Using Cnet (by Chris McDonald of University of Western Australia)
Hi, i'm new to this forum but have a slight problem. I'm trying to convert code for the leaky bucket network algorithm. The problem i'm facing is the code i have searched for from the net includes items like file open and close which is not supported in Cnet. If there are any sites that people know of where i can veiw code relating to this topic i would greatly appreciate it.
Re: What on earth is Cnet??
Well unfortunately Salem if you don't know what Cnet is you shouldn't really reply because you are wasting your own time and mine. Now Iím not into putting people down and I won't start now but I was informed that this was a very open and reliable site for information not answers. Firstly its not homework as you put it, which is very presumptuous of you and I find alarming that you jump to that conclusion straight away. I thought the idea was to find information from people more knowledgeable but I think you have a slight problem with that concept. If I have posted it on the wrong board then I apologise but I take offence to your hostile attitude I only hope you don't treat others who are maybe not as well informed as you with the same approach. You might in future re-think your views on what you see as relevant and again might be more courteous to the not so informed.