1. ok!! i will DO IT!! and show you that i can:'(

2. Originally Posted by alexdavid
ok!! i will DO IT!! and show you that i can:'(
Well... that only took 16 messages....

3. You forgot "waist deep" on that snow, CT!

alexdavid, you want tough, you check out Haiti after the earthquake and cholera - and having to put up with an upper class that's ripping them off, decade after decade. That's tough.

ok!! i will DO IT!! and show you that i can:
Just needed to tick her off, and she's good to go.

You forgot "waist deep" on that snow, CT!
Hmmm... you're right... noted for future

5. yes i know how many people do people have! i know, and sorry sorry sorry ( i am a woman) this is my boyfriend's user!! thanks a lot for your advices, i am just nervous on everything

6. Understandable, no problem.

7. Ok... final comment then I'm done with this...

If you are scared of computers, I'd have to suggest you may be investing in the wrong career...

8. She's scared because of the demands for the class, and her limited time, and etc.

9. nonono i am not scared on computers i am really happy with my carreer it is just the time, i think is getting me out, i really LOVE COMPUTEEEERS!!!!

11. I was going to start deciphering your code into C, in anticipation of your follow up posts, but I see you have deleted it.

It has some unusual features that aren't allowed in C, (like negative indeces in the array), and will take some work.

12. Code:
```# Define FALSE 0
# Define TRUE 1
int a [1 .. 8] / / a [i] = TRUE indicates that there is a queen in the i-th column
int b [2 .. 16] / / b [i] = TRUE indicates that there is a queen in the i-th
/ / Diagonal from the upper right
/ / To the lower left
int c [-7 .. 7] / / c [i] = TRUE indicates that there is a queen in the i-th
/ / Diagonal from the left end
/ / Top to the bottom right
int x [1 .. 8] / / indicates the position of the queen in the ith column
void try (int i)
begin
int j
for (j = 1 to 8)
if (a [j] and b [i + j] and c [i, j]) then
begin
x [i] = j
a [j] = FALSE
b [i + j] = FALSE
c [i, j] = FALSE
if (i <8) Then try (i +1) else print result
a [j] = TRUE
b [i + j] = TRUE
c [i, j] = TRUE
end
end
main ()
begin
for (i = 1 to 8) a [i] = TRUE
for (i = 2 to 16) b [i] = TRUE
for 9i =- 7 to 7) c [i] = TRUE
try (1)
end```

13. thanks a lot for your help in advanced, actually i am requesting for this help because after this i have to use fork() for making a process and the the child processes too, but that i can do it, because i have been reading on it i will show you later!! THANKS A LOT!!!

14. after that i am going to program by threads with the pthread.h on linux!!!

You forgot "waist deep" on that snow, CT!

alexdavid, you want tough, you check out Haiti after the earthquake and cholera - and having to put up with an upper class that's ripping them off, decade after decade. That's tough.

Just needed to tick her off, and she's good to go.
haha sometimes i need someone to tick me off and then i will react hehehe!!!