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  1. Thread: Pascal

    by glUser3f
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    no need for input in read or output in write...

    no need for input in read or output in write IIRC.

    Program myprogram;
    Begin
    Read(c);
    Write(c);
    end.
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    Glad to hear that you're doing well. :D

    Glad to hear that you're doing well. :D
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    http://cboard.cprogramming.com/search.php?q=%s ...

    http://cboard.cprogramming.com/search.php?q=%s

    Works well for me.
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    Happy birthday :)

    Happy birthday :)
  5. Thread: wordlist

    by glUser3f
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    If you want a list of words, without meanings,...

    If you want a list of words, without meanings, check out:
    /usr/share/dict/words
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    You need to put map initializing code in a static...

    You need to put map initializing code in a static function, and call it before creating objects.
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    Here (http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/su-x.xml) you...

    Here you go, it's from gentoo.org, but should work on any other distro.
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    Before buying my laptop, I went to TuxMobil...

    Before buying my laptop, I went to TuxMobil and made sure that Linux runs well on the model.
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    Basically, in macros, #x is replaced with "x" ...

    Basically, in macros, #x is replaced with "x"

    So:

    P(varname)

    Will become:

    printf("varname" " = %d\n", varname);
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    Did you check for spyware? Run Ad-aware and...

    Did you check for spyware? Run Ad-aware and SpyBot and see if they find something.
  11. Thread: void?

    by glUser3f
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    #include using namespace std; ...

    #include <iostream>
    using namespace std;

    int& Var(void) {
    static int var = 0;
    return var;
    }
    ...
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    Check out XP Antispy: http://www.xp-antispy.org/...

    Check out XP Antispy:
    http://www.xp-antispy.org/

    One of the features is uninstalling MSN Messenger.
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    Hmm, it would be easier to help if we knew what...

    Hmm, it would be easier to help if we knew what APIs you use, there is no way to play MP3 files using the standard library.

    One option would be using FMOD:
    http://fmod.org/

    Download the SDK,...
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    Hmm, forgot that :)

    Hmm, forgot that :)
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    Why don't you just change the password using the...

    Why don't you just change the password using the computer that still logs in? It's in the user control panel.
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    Weird, Firefox 0.9.3 under Linux here, and the...

    Weird, Firefox 0.9.3 under Linux here, and the image doesn't show up, what version of FF do you have?
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    I was going to recommend SDL too, my current...

    I was going to recommend SDL too, my current project uses OpenGL and SDL, I'm doing the development under Linux, while trying to keep the code as Win32 compatible as possible, currently I use OpenGL...
  18. Thread: Putchar

    by glUser3f
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    10 is the ASCII code for the character \n, so...

    10 is the ASCII code for the character \n, so putchar(10) is the same as putchar('\n');
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    ChadJohnson: If I had to do your program, I'd...

    ChadJohnson:

    If I had to do your program, I'd go with char for 1 byte fields, and int for 2-4 bytes fields, or short for 2 bytes, and int for 4 bytes. (not that I mean int is always 4 bytes or...
  20. Thread: Arabic

    by glUser3f
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    I pmed my ICQ #, I think AIM can communicate with...

    I pmed my ICQ #, I think AIM can communicate with ICQ.

    Allah is always spelled with 2 lams, the way it's spelled is: alif - lam - lam - ha

    As for "of Allah", the first alif is removed, so it...
  21. Thread: Arabic

    by glUser3f
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    Hmm, it was correct, you just needed a space, I...

    Hmm, it was correct, you just needed a space, I wonder why you removed it.

    If you're interested in typing Arabic, you can use one of the virtual Arabic keyboards, like this one:...
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    GET and POST vars are passed through env...

    GET and POST vars are passed through env variables, so you can use getenv and putenv.

    The easiest way to do it (not necessarily the best one) is to write a program that manages a list of IPs and...
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    Well, then viaxd's method should do the trick. ...

    Well, then viaxd's method should do the trick.

    You can also use unions to access individual bytes of an integer:


    #include <stdio.h>
    ...
  24. Thread: Arabic

    by glUser3f
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    Native speaker. I always wondered why you have...

    Native speaker.

    I always wondered why you have that sig BTW.
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    Do NOT hard-code sizes, use the sizeof operator:...

    Do NOT hard-code sizes, use the sizeof operator:


    FILE *fp = fopen ("data.txt", "wb");
    int myValue = 1500;
    fwrite(&myValue, sizeof(myValue), 1, fp);


    FILE *fp = fopen ("data.txt", "rb");...
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