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    IIRC, Microsoft and Apple both took Xerox's...

    IIRC, Microsoft and Apple both took Xerox's example and created GUI operating systems (Been a while since I read about it... I think perhaps Apple bought Xerox's system...don't recall exactly).

    In...
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    You're already using filehandling and you have...

    You're already using filehandling and you have not yet learned how to use strings or char arrays?
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    I'd recommend simply inputting a 26 char string,...

    I'd recommend simply inputting a 26 char string, or if you wish to enter them individually, create a loop to input each char. Hard coding all that is...well messy.
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    The hint to use an array in the first project...

    The hint to use an array in the first project should give it away for you.

    Create an array of 128 elements (0 - 127). Initialize all the elements to zero. Now think about what you can do with...
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    << evaluates from left to right and returns a reference to its left operand. So basically...

    cout << "..........\n" << "..........\n"
    Would just evaluate to

    cout <<...
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    Awe man people, don't go and tell him she's lying...

    Awe man people, don't go and tell him she's lying when you don't even know her.

    One of the major problems with most (note I said most) breakups is that if you're the one who was perfectly happy...
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    It probably had nothing to do with that post in...

    It probably had nothing to do with that post in particular. Sometimes disagreeing with somebody in one thread results in them chasing you down in other threads as well.
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    A small bit of constructive criticism... ...

    A small bit of constructive criticism...

    Although you can pseudo-code/flowchart your existing code, it would run counter to your assignment. Additionally, I would recommend completely ignoring...
  9. Thread: RSS Feeds

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    Sometimes it's more convenient to have a popup...

    Sometimes it's more convenient to have a popup notify you of an update to sites or new headlines, than it would be to surf every bookmark or site you happen to follow. Personally I have hundreds of...
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    Poll: I was losing faith in both for a while. KDE I...

    I was losing faith in both for a while. KDE I think looks nicer, but has since become very feature heavy (though I wouldn't go as far as saying it's bloated) and I've pretty much dropped it. Mainly...
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    You could probably speed it up a bit more by...

    You could probably speed it up a bit more by first discarding all words that don't match total character count. As in your above example, you then wouldn't waste time comparing the letter frequency...
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    I'm a bit partial to the method used for linux...

    I'm a bit partial to the method used for linux kernels.

    Three numbers. The first being the major number, which changes when the program pretty much gets a complete re-write. The second being the...
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    Here is an example of how sqrt is used... ...

    Here is an example of how sqrt is used...


    #include <iostream>
    #include <cmath>

    using std::cout;
    using std::endl;
    using std::cin;
    using std::sqrt;
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    Post your code (don't forget to use the [code]...

    Post your code (don't forget to use the [code] tags), and the errors, then perhaps we can help :)
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    Reese's Peanutbutter Cups. Hands down, a paragon...

    Reese's Peanutbutter Cups. Hands down, a paragon of human innovation.
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    Highlight 2.2 (http://www.andre-simon.de/) is a...

    Highlight 2.2 is a nice utility that will convert your code into colored output in HTML, XHTML, RTF, TeX, LaTeX, XSL-FO and XML format.
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    There's absolutely nothing in the FAQ that tells...

    There's absolutely nothing in the FAQ that tells you not to use conio.h or compiler specific functions. In fact, this little tidbit can be read in the FAQ concerning the clearing the screen... The...
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    Probably because he's providing you a learning...

    Probably because he's providing you a learning experience in logic/design.

    Study the ascii chart a bit and you'll find a pattern. Pay particular attention to the binary values of letters chars...
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    As somebody mentioned already, tee should work...

    As somebody mentioned already, tee should work for you.

    I believe tee copies all output to stdout to a designated file. So ls -l | tee savefile will display your directory listing in long format...
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    Look for the ncurses library for linux.

    Chances you already have it installed. Try doing a man or info on curses or ncurses. You may have to add the .h extension to the man search (not currently...
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    There are many simple ways you can accomplish...

    There are many simple ways you can accomplish this. You can read each line to a string or an array. Use a simple loop that would compare each element of the string/array and increment counters for...
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    Keep in mind that the sourcecode you look at is...

    Keep in mind that the sourcecode you look at is not necessarily compiled and executed precisely as you see it. In this simple example, chances are the functions were compiled inline and thus...
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    I may be mistaken, but I thought SuSE for the...

    I may be mistaken, but I thought SuSE for the first time with 9.2, released the .ISO's for download. (Perhaps it was just the DVD iso)
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    As a desktop workstation (which is what the...

    As a desktop workstation (which is what the typical windows user is) there is no need to go delving into man pages. Man pages are ony used for OS commands, they have nothing to do with the GUI...
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    On what do you base this assumption? My home...

    On what do you base this assumption? My home desktop PC hasn't seen MS Windows boot up in well over a month (and if I count the days, it may be closer to 2 months), and my office PC doesn't even...
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