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  1. One example: If it is a space, or an upper case...

    One example: If it is a space, or an upper case character, or a lower case character, how will the test for vowel be true?
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    Just a question... Exactly what datatype do you...

    Just a question...
    Exactly what datatype do you think your compiler will assume 9999999 is?

    And what datatypes should it fit in?
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    You are creating new storage for string every...

    You are creating new storage for string every time you enter your function.
    Maybe you want to pass it? Or make it static?
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    What do you have for your " // tally the value "...

    What do you have for your " // tally the value " area? that is sort of important, and simple.
    Add 1 to the counter for whatever number is entered.

    Used the way you are, num[100] cannot tally a...
  5. Help? Try another career, drop the class, give up.

    Help? Try another career, drop the class, give up.
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    It is not a bug, that is how XOR works. The...

    It is not a bug, that is how XOR works. The problem is in using an annoying XOR swap when it is a bad idea. Stick with your first swap code. Sure, it has a temp, so? It is clear, and...
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    I'm at 4.42 planets, and they didn't even ask me...

    I'm at 4.42 planets, and they didn't even ask me about the extra beer fridge, or the boats and jetski. Thing is, I'm not changing a darned thing.

    I don't even recycle anymore since they...
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    You declare main() as returning an int. What...

    You declare main() as returning an int. What exactly ARE you returning from main()?
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    Take a look at "PID" equations. Those are the...

    Take a look at "PID" equations.
    Those are the general standard for positional or velocity control algorithms, and can be implemented fairly simply.
    Get started: PID control Algorithm
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    Awww, that one's not so bad... Yvette's...

    Awww, that one's not so bad...

    Yvette's
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    1) Get Calender. 2) Find Today. 3) Count...

    1) Get Calender.
    2) Find Today.
    3) Count Backwards.
    4) ???
    5) Profit!
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    Soooo..... How are they being printed...

    Soooo..... How are they being printed differently?
    You use some extra format specifiers in main(), but not in denominator().

    A better description (say, example?) of your problem with help with...
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    I recently switched from Borland 5.5 to Digital...

    I recently switched from Borland 5.5 to Digital Mars, and it works fine for 16 bit DOS apps.
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    Actually, I'd only RUN one stick at a time, and...

    Actually, I'd only RUN one stick at a time, and memtest on it. Prove you have all good sticks, then start trying them in combination to see if it's an actual bus timing problem

    It could still be...
  15. Thread: Strange syntax

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    That is old, old C code. 20 or more years ago,...

    That is old, old C code. 20 or more years ago, you had to declare passed function parameters just before the opening brace of the function.
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    Maybe not what you are looking for, but it...

    Maybe not what you are looking for, but it somehow sounds to me that using Win32's Memory Mapped Files might be a simpler way to acheive what you trying to do.

    MMF's allow for multiple processes...
  17. Thread: direct2D

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    Vista SP2 with the platform update, Server 2008...

    Vista SP2 with the platform update, Server 2008 and up, and Win 7.
    Direct2D (Windows)
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    What are you doing? The first two printf's are...

    What are you doing? The first two printf's are meaningless garbage.
    The second two are the addresses that your empty structures are at.

    Who comes up with these questions?
    You can't just use...
  19. See the post above last. >== is not an operator.

    See the post above last. >== is not an operator.
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    Disable the close button with your window styles,...

    Disable the close button with your window styles, and also subclass all windows of your application and handle the WM_CLOSE message.

    Leave a way (password perhaps) to re-enable WM_CLOSE processing...
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    Is anyone here old enough to actually remember...

    Is anyone here old enough to actually remember the huge scare and hype over "Global Cooling" in the early to mid 70's?

    There were going to be catastrophe's, glaciers, hemisphere spanning storms,...
  22. I don't know about your command prompt opening...

    I don't know about your command prompt opening and closing, but on an invalid entry in your main menu, you never ask for another entry, so keep using the same one.
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    I agree 100%. But It's not only games Mario, the...

    I agree 100%. But It's not only games Mario, the major industrial automation vendors are moving away from hardware keys, and license key-disks to "OnLine Authorization" as well, and that is a major...
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    The entire issue is 100% about money, and...

    The entire issue is 100% about money, and enforcing more total control of the people at the bottom of the stack, myself being one of them.

    Anthropomorphic climate change? Yes... Very possible,...
  25. Check out some of the USB ones... usb...

    Check out some of the USB ones...
    usb oscilloscope - Google Product Search
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