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    Unhappy Question for smarts

    Hi guys, how are you hope you are ok. First of all I'd like to thank you for the fantastic forum. I have a problem with c++. 10 days ago, I tried to solve a program and i didn’t reach to any thing. Also I asked a lot of people and forums but no body could solve it.
    Please I'm very depressed, I wish you to help me.
    Tank you
    [mod edit]removed useless link[/mod edit]
    i sware this is not virus i just only do not know how to show an image .............. it is homework and i have to submet tomorow
    Last edited by Ken Fitlike; 12-07-2006 at 09:41 AM. Reason: removed link

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    So, where is your best attemp?
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    sounds like somebody trying to lure us to some virus site!

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    BELIEVE me i just do not know how to show the image which my text is hown in it

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    copy paste the code and use code tags?

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    The web site wrongly associates the MIME type text/html with the link, even though it's actually a JPEG image. If you save it to a 83639-byte file first, it should be viewable.

    Edit: Although the text in the image file is just a few paragraphs, so you (The_Master) should be willing to just type it in here instead (I'm not going to do it for you).
    Last edited by robatino; 12-07-2006 at 09:08 AM.

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    Closed.

    The_Master: please stop posting a broken link. Start a new thread and explain the coding problem you have including any code you have so far showing what you have attempted.
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