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  1. Thread: CRC stuff

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    Thanks.

    Thanks.
  2. Thread: CRC stuff

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    Ok. So, I will let the other process create the...

    Ok. So, I will let the other process create the CRC just on the data buffer and compare the two CRC's. But, going back to the "strcat" issue that you indicated. strcat(s,t) is supposed to concatenate...
  3. Thread: CRC stuff

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    Salem, >> 3. Generate the CRC on this new string...

    Salem,
    >> 3. Generate the CRC on this new string and it should be zero.
    >Where did you get this idea from?

    I think Section 6 in this link http://www.ross.net/crc/download/crc_v3.txt seems...
  4. Thread: CRC stuff

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    CRC stuff

    Hi All,
    I have been trying to work with CRC. I have searched the boards for some of the CRC-related discussion and I have also gone over this link....
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    Well, I am actually using MPI. I want to create a...

    Well, I am actually using MPI. I want to create a bunch of worker processes, the master deals with the workers using MPI calls, the workers work on their own contribution and this may or may not...
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    Master/Worker applications

    Folks,
    I hope I am posting this question in the right area. I have the following doubt.
    I am trying to work on parallel Master/Worker applications. In general, how...
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    Cool!! I am using CAT5. I have lost the...

    Cool!! I am using CAT5. I have lost the box,actually. I tried to locate the datasheet for this hardware, it spoke of something in the range of 100MBps too.
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    Performance of the Ethenet card

    I am trying to run some tests by puting together two Intel machines with Realtek RTL-8139 NIC's. Is there a way to find out the peak bandwidth offered by this piece of hardware?
  9. Thread: C libraries

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    C libraries

    Hi,
    Is it possible to append the contents of one .a file into another? I know it sounds weird as you might ask me why not link the two files separately. I have reached a state where the only way...
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    Function mapping at run-time

    Guess the best way to explain what I need is through the code itself.




    # include<stdio.h>
    int func(void);
    int pfunc(void);

    int pfunc()
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    Unable to explain these errors.

    Here is a part of the code that is creating some problems.


    1 typedef int (mpich_peruse_callback_f)(peruse_event_h event_h,
    2 MPI_Aint unique_id, void * spec, void * param);
    ...
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    By the way, the long set of periods, I should...

    By the way, the long set of periods, I should have explained. I put that in to indicate that there are many more such lines.
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    Thanks a lot for the pre-processor hint, I used...

    Thanks a lot for the pre-processor hint, I used the -E flag and it indicated what was going wrong. Turns out, I had to use a wrapper defined by the open-source software for malloc, strdup and calloc...
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    error: expected ; before : token

    Hi,
    I am trying to add a component to an open-source software. I was able to integrate the two successfully and it was working properly all these days. I am pretty sure that I havent...
  15. error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ' ... '

    I am trying to add a new module to an open-source software. At the compile time, I observe many errors of type
    error: expected specifier-qualifier-list before ' ... '
    pointing to lines that are...
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    >I am just curious, why do you want to delete a...

    >I am just curious, why do you want to delete a node (or subtree) from a heap?
    A possible interview question.

    >ReHeap/Up/Down() algorithm
    I think the nomenclature is a bit different....
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    I am still not very sure about it. In doing both...

    I am still not very sure about it. In doing both the operations at the same time, we are actually messing with the array indices. Its now harder to keep track of the nodes that belong to the sub-heap...
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    Well, as far as the relationship is concerned, if...

    Well, as far as the relationship is concerned, if I am striking out an element, I am going to slide in its sibling. If thats what you are implying.
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    @BREWBUCK: After reading your post, I thought...

    @BREWBUCK:
    After reading your post, I thought we could do something like this:
    1. Since i know the starting index of the sub-heap, I can recursively change the values (of the elements in the sub...
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    Cutting a heap at a given node

    On cutting a heap at some internal node, we get two parts, one is a heap by itself. But, how can we "heapify" the other part? Assuming that the heap has been implemented by using arrays, is it...
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    You might wanna try : fprintf(f1,"%s","1...

    You might wanna try :



    fprintf(f1,"&#37;s","1 \" one \" ");
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    Eager and Rendezvous protocols

    I went through some of the articles that showed up when I googled for it. But, I am not able to really comprehend the details.. Can someone point me to a good source that brings out more info?
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    > your implementation of seqpacket. Are you...

    > your implementation of seqpacket.
    Are you talking about how TIPC implements seqpacket or the way I am using it in my code?
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    You can send the pointers to the two integers to...

    You can send the pointers to the two integers to your funciton. The values will get modified and the changes are also reflected for the rest of the program.
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    Are you so particular about XP? With my...

    Are you so particular about XP? With my knowledge, I could build a simple MPI-LINUX cluster at home late last year. Could find a lot of help on the net too..
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