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    16QAM in c# language..who know this please help me..tq

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    I've moved this thread to the C# programming forum, but frankly what you wrote does not make sense to me. Maybe you should elaborate on what you need help with. (I can search the Web for "16QAM", but that still doesn't say what help you need.)
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    It will be a course code at a university (college in the US).

    You also copied and pasted the exact same question on to what seems like 5-7 other programming forums.

    Have fun cheating your way through your life mate, as you're clearly not wanting to doing it properly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanFraser View Post
    You also copied and pasted the exact same question on to what seems like 5-7 other programming forums.
    There was a question there !?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by manasij7479 View Post
    There was a question there !?!
    Yup, "please pass my coursework and exams for me".
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    since this is a need help page... stuck on a little homework right now.. but just seeing if someone can maybe help me get past this not give me the answer. but in int main i have an Linker error undefined reference to 'print clock'; id returned 1 exit status.

    Code:
    int main(){
        int i;
        double minin,hrin;
        double minout,hrout;
        struct employee clock;
        FILE* fp; 
    
    scanclock(clock);
    printfclock(clock);
     
     
    system("pause");
    return 0;
    }
    
    void printclock(struct employee a){
         
        int i;
        double minin,hrin;
        double minout,hrout;
        FILE* fp; 
         
         fp = fopen("clock.txt", "r");
     
         fprintf(fp, "%s %s %lf %lf %lf %lf", a.first, a.last, minin, hrin, minout, hrout);
         fclose(fp);
         
    }
    That is what i have just look at it if you can and try to help me. Please and thank you!... like i said im just looking for some aid not the exact answer.

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    Consider starting your OWN thread in the right forum.

    You managed to hijack a C# thread with your C code.

    Closed.
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