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    Mathematically speaking, it's pretty awesome. I...

    Mathematically speaking, it's pretty awesome. I would consider a recursive function only you wrote that you have not learned functions yet, so... :cool:




    perhaps...


    #include <stdio.h>
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    15960 I have developed a much more efficient...

    15960

    I have developed a much more efficient algorithm for this particular case. The original one was very slow to calculate all passwords for a given range (needed to validate solution). Although...
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    In Theory... #include int...

    In Theory...


    #include <stdio.h>

    int main(int args,char *argv[]) {

    float roomWidth = 20, roomLength = 30;
    float tableWidth = 4, tableLength = 7;
    float spaceWidth = 4,...
  4. :rolleyes: This might help... C -...

    :rolleyes:



    This might help...
    C - Functions - Tutorialspoint
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    This might help... C Program to find size of a...

    This might help...
    C Program to find size of a File - GeeksforGeeks
  6. .....

    .....
  7. multipost fail... my bad.

    multipost fail... my bad.
  8. this works... #include #include...

    this works...


    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <string.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>

    #define importFile "import.txt"
    #define maxRows 40
    #define maxLine 16
  9. 15965

    15965
  10. Recursion (computer science) - Wikipedia...

    Recursion (computer science) - Wikipedia
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    none of it.

    none of it.
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    Never read it...

    I would listen...
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    just a thought... pseudo: t1 =...

    just a thought...

    pseudo:



    t1 = currentTime; t2 = otherTime;
    p1 = currentPass; p2 = otherPass;

    if ( (t1 % 2) != 0 ) {
  14. uh... #include int add( int...

    uh...



    #include <stdio.h>

    int add( int number1, int number2 ) {
    return ( number1 + number2 );
    };
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    I have made some progress... I have found a few...

    I have made some progress... I have found a few formulas that work for certain things but it is yet to be complete.
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    understatement. :redface:

    understatement. :redface:
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    yep... I had to alter the code a little bit:...

    yep...

    I had to alter the code a little bit:
    15960
    interesting...
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    Thank You. Being polite goes a long way. How i...

    Thank You. Being polite goes a long way.

    How i solved this problem...


    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <string.h>

    #define bit 4
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    If the algorithm is working correctly it should...

    If the algorithm is working correctly it should look like this...

    initial state: ....#..#.#..##......###...###....



    001: 091 ....#...#....#.....#..#..#..#..................
    002: 132...
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    Neural Networks

    This is an interesting subject. I have yet to dive into actually coding a neural network but i have been looking in to how it works.

    Very intriguing...
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    This might help... GitHub -...

    This might help...

    GitHub - josealonso/microshell: microshell is a simple Linux shell written in C
  22. in visatype.h : #if...

    in visatype.h :



    #if defined(_VI_INT64_UINT64_DEFINED)
    typedef ViUInt64 _VI_PTR ViPUInt64;
    typedef ViUInt64 _VI_PTR ViAUInt64;
    typedef ViInt64 _VI_PTR ViPInt64;
    typedef...
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    For the first 86 you have to use your algorithm...

    For the first 86 you have to use your algorithm to get the correct passwords.
    The pattern starts at 86... for any time over 86:
    passWord = (((time-86)*20)+1094)
    This is a "shortcut".

    time:...
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    It is correct. Perhaps you are using it wrong? ...

    It is correct. Perhaps you are using it wrong?

    The initial input is stated in the problem.
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    if (time > 86) passWord = (((time-86)*20)+1094);...

    if (time > 86) passWord = (((time-86)*20)+1094);


    :cool:
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