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    Help: Fix Errors Application e-voting

    Hi, all

    Help me, Fix Errors Application e-voting (Encryption Homomorphic Application)

    Link download bellow

    http://www.mediafire...7b6cttt431q8b6f

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    You'll probably have better luck posting your code here (using proper code tags).

    And tell us what problems you're having.

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    My C++ not good

    Quote Originally Posted by Matticus View Post
    You'll probably have better luck posting your code here (using proper code tags).

    And tell us what problems you're having.

    You can help me? Please, fix my application.

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    You seem to misunderstand the point of this board. We don't do your work for you, this is more of a Q & A discussion board.
    We also don't go off elsewhere to download your code. We openly discuss portions of code that are posted here.
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    "your" application?

    Seems like a direct copy of https://github.com/rinon/Simple-Homo...omomorphic.cpp to me.
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    Wow, there are a ton of demanding, indignant posters lately. Must be the "end-of-semester, oh ........ I skipped a bunch of classes" syndrome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salem View Post
    "your" application?

    Seems like a direct copy of https://github.com/rinon/Simple-Homo...omomorphic.cpp to me.

    Ok. But I don't understant it, you can fix to help me? I need it

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    Do you ask an accountant to do your taxes for free? Do you ask your mechanic to fix your vehicle for free? Do you ask the grocery store to give you food for free?

    See, when a person applies their time and skills on a substantial project, they expect to be reimbursed. This is not a matter of selfishness, but merely a matter of practicality - the time, money, and effort spent to gain skills means those skills should eventually be used to harvest some kind of return (i.e. paying for that education, support the cost of living, etc). That is how our society works.

    The people on these forums kindly volunteer their time and services to assist people with problems they are facing regarding programming.

    However, you, sir, do not have a programming problem that needs some advice. You are asking for someone to spend valuable time doing free work for you. You are crossing the line of hospitality and good manners.

    If you understood the material and identified the potential problem with the code, and asked for assistance, you'd get a lot of good answers. But all you're asking for is a complete solution. That's not going to fly here. If you're really desperate to get a working solution, offer some kind of compensation and post on the projects and job recruitment board.
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    Do you ask the grocery store to give you food for free?
    .

    Change grocery store to restaurant and u will be unpleasantly surprised by how many people expect free food. Enough to be blantantly disrespectful and rude. I wouldn't be surprised to see this fellow in my restaurant tomorrow refusing to listen to the server and then mad when to food came out "wrong" because the ordered it wrong. Like its that hard to take 2 minutes to read a menu!

    ::steps off soapbox::

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    I wouldn't touch that disgusting mess of C code anyway. Yes, I called it C code.
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    io.h certainly IS included in some modern compilers. It is no longer part of the standard for C, but it is nevertheless, included in the very latest Pelles C versions.
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    You mean it's included as a crutch to help ancient programmers limp along without them having to relearn too much.

    Outside of your DOS world, your header file is meaningless.

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