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    Thanks for confirming my suspicions guys, I said...

    Thanks for confirming my suspicions guys, I said something similar albeit less technically and he didn't believe me.
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    Elysia is not as open-minded as she claims she...

    Elysia is not as open-minded as she claims she is. I remember long unfruitful discussions about how C sucks, and how she can't wrap her mind around why C continues to have big open fields in...
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    Question about ISP's

    This might seem like a strange question.

    I have a friend who uses internet through a phone plan. He claims that if he wanted to he can hide himself from his ISP, because he uses a "personal...
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    How do I go about recovering these files?

    Awhile back I was backing up my computer files with an HP recovery program (created by a company called Soft Thinks) - it was preloaded on to the computer. I was backing up the files in to my iPod, I...
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    You can...only if you honour the cabbage

    You can...only if you honour the cabbage
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    Thanks Salem.

    Thanks Salem.
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    GUI with Cygwin

    Can anyone recommend some GUI libraries besides GTK that I can use with Cygwin? I wanted to start doing some programs with GUI, but I don't know any besides GTK and that is very confusing so far to...
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    Well, I can't remember the specific cases, but I...

    Well, I can't remember the specific cases, but I have had it happen to me several times. But I'm pretty sure it's in the main areas of code itself, not the part you posted. You mentioned some arrays...
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    Lol, "what the hell is nextPrev supposed to be?"...

    Lol, "what the hell is nextPrev supposed to be?" - I have no idea, I guess I'd have to draw to figure out what the lecturer's code is actually doing. But I guess I don't since I tested it and both of...
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    Well I think strlen was written that way because...

    Well I think strlen was written that way because it expects the string to have something and not simply just be the declared variable passed in. But you are right in doing the NULL check.
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    Post the program. I have had this happen to me, I...

    Post the program. I have had this happen to me, I bet it's something to do with the program. Since you mentioned arrays, you are probably going out of bounds somewhere.
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    I'm confused about link lists (again)

    Now I'm meant to implement a function to "doublify" a linked list. That is, a single linked list with the structure only containing a next pointer is to be modified so that it will have a pointer to...
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    101% of the things in Vista work for me. That...

    101% of the things in Vista work for me. That extra 1% includes things to be released in the future which I'm sure will work, after hours of tweaking, replaced monitors and added RAM.
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    Manav is right in a way except, Manav, you must...

    Manav is right in a way except, Manav, you must realize the informal nature of the board and the internet in general. You are quite right if you say you aren't a native english speaker because what...
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    Vista is the most legendary thing since sliced...

    Vista is the most legendary thing since sliced bread. It's just you need experts to understand the wizardry in there, experts like me. :p
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    There are probably 1000's of programmers in...

    There are probably 1000's of programmers in Microsoft, if not more. There is no way there is 160 unless there are 100 hours in a day
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    Hahahaha, where does that put Microsoft? =D ...

    Hahahaha, where does that put Microsoft? =D

    The secret's out
  18. Man I wish I could program like that and muck in...

    Man I wish I could program like that and muck in on the convo, sadly I'm far behind :(
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    I was kidding matsp, Elysia got it :P

    I was kidding matsp, Elysia got it :P
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    The reason being Elysia, that, I didn't write the...

    The reason being Elysia, that, I didn't write the initial code, my lecturer did. I don't even know what I'm doing this, it just seemed interesting to extend this further because it doesn't copy more...
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    Thanks matsp

    Thanks matsp
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    So it's now clear that C# is the fastest, Java...

    So it's now clear that C# is the fastest, Java the next and so on and hence forth until C++ which is the slowest.
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    Actually I checked it with reprinting out skey...

    Actually I checked it with reprinting out skey since it's a union, strings seem to copy fine, but it's the hash value that's not being updated.

    The buffer was actually made 64 too, so that was why...
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    That's fine though, i never tested with anything...

    That's fine though, i never tested with anything over 30, but it only copied 8 still with the pre-edited code. When I changed it, then it started copying the extra stuff
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    How is that so? If it's already built into C++...

    How is that so? If it's already built into C++ from the libraries it would be calling larger libraries and taking more time to do all the processing, whereas with C it is manual so you are...
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