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    Not sure what you mean. The font/color/style is...

    Not sure what you mean. The font/color/style is defined for each language and each element of that language. So in my example Notepadd++ displays JavaScript (block-)comments in this font. It's not...
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    I was about to suggest Notepad++. 9506 I...

    I was about to suggest Notepad++.

    9506

    I also like the ability to double click a word and have it highlighted everywhere in the source. You'll only know that you need something like that after...
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    750MB seems like quite a lot to me. I mean DNA...

    750MB seems like quite a lot to me. I mean DNA doesn't contain a final image of the human body, does it? From what I remember of the stuff they taught us in school it's more like an instruction...
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    Rhythmbox is pretty much just like foobar2000 on...

    Rhythmbox is pretty much just like foobar2000 on Windows. Can't really get anything better. I'd try to get a GStreamer version that works. Your distributions online forum can probably help you there....
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    What kind of programm? ntvdm.exe is a virtual...

    What kind of programm? ntvdm.exe is a virtual machine for 16 bit processes. Are you using an ancient compiler?
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    If you're referring to my post, you can use the...

    If you're referring to my post, you can use the pointers to access the rows directly and you can determine the current length of each row by counting the chars between the pointer target and the next...
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    I'd use two arrays of char: one for the original...

    I'd use two arrays of char: one for the original text, one for insert-changes (reasonably large) as well as an array (or a compact/preallocated linked list) of pointers into either.
    Individual lines...
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    I haven't seen any false positives yet, but it...

    I haven't seen any false positives yet, but it can find even photoshopped images, or images with text on it, i.e. when used as a book/magazine-cover.

    Look what it came up with for your signature:...
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    Anyone tried TinEye (http://www.tineye.com) for...

    Anyone tried TinEye for image searching? It doesn't search by name but by content; so if you have a small or low quality version of an image, you can search the web for variations of that image....
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    A bit specific, don't you think? How about a law...

    A bit specific, don't you think? How about a law against misleading advertisement? (larger size+higher price vs same capacity)



    People always make assumptions; nobody ever has all the...
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    But selling an AA in a D casing for x-times the...

    But selling an AA in a D casing for x-times the price is not lawful, is it? Basically they are selling plastic rings for 10+$/piece. Not to mention the larger size+price but only equal power...
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    Unless you're into 20th-century-computer-history,...

    Unless you're into 20th-century-computer-history, you're probably wasting more time=money by reading that book than it's $0 pricing can make up for. You'll probably also pick up some stuff that...
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    Wouldn't that be...

    Wouldn't that be usury/profiteering/rip-off/extortionate (pick the proper term, the dictionary wasn't conclusive...)? You can go to jail for that in germany, up to 10 years in extreme cases (i.e....
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    I wouldn't call harddrives crude. They are...

    I wouldn't call harddrives crude. They are probably one of the most precisely working mechanical devices in broad use. Sure I'd prefer an SSD drive anyday (if only because it's silent), but if I were...
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    Not sure if I understand you 100%, but there is a...

    Not sure if I understand you 100%, but there is a version of CodeBlocks that includes MinGW and works out of the box. What's wrong with that option? :)



    Microsoft offers various free express...
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    It sort of is since it's hard to put more than 2...

    It sort of is since it's hard to put more than 2 harddrives in those pc casings. You'd already use those two slots with your raid2 setup.



    That's a rather harsh way of putting it. :) Setting up...
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    Absolutely, yes. But for the sake of the...

    Absolutely, yes. But for the sake of the argument, just say the media would be replaceable (no hotplugging - more like RAM is replaceable).
    I don't really see the value in this, though. If a media...
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    No, I meant we agree that there is a huge market...

    No, I meant we agree that there is a huge market of home users with little to no knowledge about computers or how to backup their data properly.

    Do you think media replaceability would be...
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    Which is a major point for the most of its...

    Which is a major point for the most of its potential users - which would not be sysadmins but homeusers who wouldn't want to lose their data. I.e. my dad with his 50GB of digitized...
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    Poll: (I know you're being ironic but) I think it...

    (I know you're being ironic but) I think it really is. Assembler programming can be a lot of fun as long as you don't try to write an entire application in it.
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    Use TrueCrypt (http://www.truecrypt.org) and put...

    Use TrueCrypt and put the keyfile on the stick. It's free, secure and opensource.
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    If you only want to change the wallpaper then...

    If you only want to change the wallpaper then there is absolutely no need to go through the registry for it.



    SystemParametersInfo(SPI_SETDESKWALLPAPER, 0, filename, SPIF_UPDATEINIFILE);
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    Strange, I don't think I ever had any bad sectors...

    Strange, I don't think I ever had any bad sectors on a harddrive. The 40MB drive simply failed to spin up one day. Almost caused me to lose my "MS-DOS startmenu" that day - had a diskette backup...
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    A lot of people record their favourite TV shows....

    A lot of people record their favourite TV shows. That's not done on VHS tapes anymore, it's done on hard-disks. Burn that to DVD's? Why on earth would anybody waste his time doing that if he can get...
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    It's nice to watch how the OS handles such a...

    It's nice to watch how the OS handles such a situation by swapping everything else out.

    Screenshot of me trying 7z-compression with a 64mb dictionarysize in ultra mode on a 512MB notebook:...
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