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  1. Do you have a budget? Tripwire has a pretty good...

    Do you have a budget? Tripwire has a pretty good reputation.
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    I tried plugging it into cryptoquip solvers too,...

    I tried plugging it into cryptoquip solvers too, and got no meaningful results back. Here was my ascii version of the encoded message: ab bcdefag hbci jfiig dklfmfg

    What language would the answer...
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    A few suggestions. Always pay attention to...

    A few suggestions.

    Always pay attention to compiler warnings. You should have gotten one regarding your scanf for deliv. You need to pass the address of deliv to scanf, not the value.
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    Not sure how others deal with it actually. The...

    Not sure how others deal with it actually.

    The solution doesn't necessarily have to work on both. We just pick the platform, so whichever would suit us better. That is a solution I hadn't though...
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    Unfortunately, it is something we have to deal...

    Unfortunately, it is something we have to deal with. The vendor is unwilling to fix it. I almost feel like it is a "feature" so that is makes it harder for applications to listen in as it requires...
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    Incorrect IPv4 Header Total Length

    I'm working on a project where we need to listen to an embedded device via ethernet. It sends UDP via IPv4.

    The problem is there is a bug in the embedded device's software and it sets the "Total...
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    Those are not standard C functions and may be...

    Those are not standard C functions and may be implemented differently depending on what system you are on.

    The FAQ does cover this: FAQ > gotoxy() in a Windows Console - Cprogramming.com

    There...
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    There might not be something that specifically...

    There might not be something that specifically optimizes out the function in C, but when your compiler generates the machine code, it probably would be optimized out there.

    The compiler might see...
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    Thanks guys. I was aware of the endianness...

    Thanks guys. I was aware of the endianness conversion and was planning on some post-processing. Thanks for the explanations of the non-portability of this solution. I often do have to write code...
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    Thanks for the explanation Salem. My assumption...

    Thanks for the explanation Salem. My assumption was what threw me off.



    Simply put, all I want to do is read everything from the file into various structs, but it looks like best practice for...
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    Hmm, when I run your code, it gives 224. Maybe...

    Hmm, when I run your code, it gives 224. Maybe its a gcc/system difference?

    What specifically is wrong about my comments?
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    Bit Packing Issue

    I've tried searching for this but I can't find a specific thread about what I'm seeing.


    //FLAC METADATA_BLOCK_STREAMINFO
    struct streaminfo {
    uint16_t min_block_size:16; //16 bits, 0 bits...
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    That is primarily the reason I chose MSYS over...

    That is primarily the reason I chose MSYS over cygwin; I don't want to depend upon the environment to run my programs. I do use a separate MinGW installation that I access through my MSYS...
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    /facepalm I spent far too much time crawling...

    /facepalm

    I spent far too much time crawling through the MSYS scripts and forgot about the big picture. I did learn a lot though. It's probably not worth figuring out every little nuance of MSYS...
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    I'd like to leave windows $HOME the way it is. ...

    I'd like to leave windows $HOME the way it is. As I mentioned, I'm just trying to create an isolated environment. In my /etc/profile, I set $HOME to a completely new value, and everything seems to...
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    Well I didn't set it personally, the OS has for...

    Well I didn't set it personally, the OS has for me. If I open a command prompt in windows, "HOME" points me to C:\Users\Myname. This is where .bash_history for some reason is getting saved.
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    MSYS Bash Configuration

    Hey guys,

    I've been setting up a dev environment on windows with MSYS, and I have been trying to configure the BASH shell. I've tried to keep the environment I'm creating isolated.

    I've made...
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    We have no doubts we are overflowing the stack,...

    We have no doubts we are overflowing the stack, we just want to know the cause of the reset.

    We do have JTAG debuggers, however we may lack the expertise to use them. I'm sure I could read a...
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    Stack Overflow Question

    With some of you guys with experience in embedded systems, I wanted to ask a question regarding overflowing the stack.

    Typically, you define what areas of memory are used for in the linker...
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    So, execute the loop forever? I kid, I kid. ...

    So, execute the loop forever?

    I kid, I kid. OP needs to change the comparison operators around.
  21. I dressed pretty nice for my interviews. My...

    I dressed pretty nice for my interviews. My major was Mechanical Engineering and I usually wore shirt and tie. There was one interview (the one where I actually got my job) that they told all of...
  22. It just means that they are in the denominator. ...

    It just means that they are in the denominator. It really is preference, but sometimes it is more clear than trying to denote which units are in the denominator by using other methods. For instance...
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    This is everywhere though. I've had 3...

    This is everywhere though. I've had 3 professional jobs so far (2 internships and 1 full time), and every company had some weird software or programming language they used. The value they saw in me...
  24. What you should probably do is put accept() into...

    What you should probably do is put accept() into asynchronous mode, or throw it in a new thread. It's a blocking function so that could screw up the rest of your program. So if you "call" it every...
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    There is currently no big number support in the...

    There is currently no big number support in the common C standards. However, there are many bignum libraries available, such as The GNU MP Bignum Library.

    Hopefully you have the experience to...
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