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    I suggest you learn how to compile and run...

    I suggest you learn how to compile and run programs. And then you would know the answers to your question!

    Edit: This "float take one byte" is wrong.

    Tim S.
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    long double tends to be 96 bit type; I suggest...

    long double tends to be 96 bit type; I suggest you try it and see how long it is.

    Tim S.
  3. FYI: puts requires a zero terminated array; your...

    FYI: puts requires a zero terminated array; your code does *not* ensure that this is true.

    Edit: Read about the return value of fread.

    Tim S.
  4. Because that is how union work on your computer...

    Because that is how union work on your computer because of byte ordering of the CPU.

    Tim S.
  5. For the project listed see liblouis/HACKING at...

    For the project listed see liblouis/HACKING at master * liblouis/liblouis * GitHub

    To develop using the IDE you want requires extra work and knowledge of your IDE, version control, and project...
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    Link to the library that provides PlaySoundA@12 ...

    Link to the library that provides PlaySoundA@12

    Tim S.
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    The header looks OK. I do think the two defines...

    The header looks OK. I do think the two defines IOconfig and st are not normal but they should be OK.

    Post the two lines of code the Compiler is complaining about.

    Edit: I think this line may...
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    Post the header file. You likely have something...

    Post the header file. You likely have something wrong it it.
    As in that part needs rewritten or move to one of the C source files.

    Tim S.
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    Think as the input text stream as a deck of...

    Think as the input text stream as a deck of cards.
    getchar removes the top card and returns its value.
    If there is no top card it returns EOF

    Tim S.
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    If you do try to continue on this path, I would...

    If you do try to continue on this path, I would suggest the Network media access control (MAC) address instead of Hard-drive serial number.
    The old systems tended to support a multiple of ways of...
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    Kata Stats: Backspaces in string | Codewars...

    Kata Stats: Backspaces in string | Codewars

    Tim S.
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    //below does not work for (i = 0; i < n; i++)...

    //below does not work
    for (i = 0; i < n; i++) {
    for (i = 0; i < m; i++) {
    somma = somma + matrice[k];
    }
    }


    Where does the value of k change in this loop code?
    What is the...
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    Tim S.

    Tim S.
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    if( strcmp(header, "SOF0")==0) Then, you know...

    if( strcmp(header, "SOF0")==0)

    Then, you know the above code is wrong!
    Why are you still using it?

    Edit2: And you are not comparing strings! Read about memcmp - C++ Reference

    Tim S.
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    I would lookup the gdb backtrace command. Tim...

    I would lookup the gdb backtrace command.

    Tim S.
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    Hint: "Marker Name" is what that part is called;...

    Hint: "Marker Name" is what that part is called; it is not in the file!
    "Marker Identifier" is the value in the file.

    Tim S.
  17. Sounds like a possible Anti-virus software issue....

    Sounds like a possible Anti-virus software issue.

    Tim S.
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    Another way to make your software unlikable to...

    Another way to make your software unlikable to the general public?

    Or another way to what?

    Tim S.
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    If it is an OS question, why did you not post...

    If it is an OS question, why did you not post information about your OS?

    Tim S.
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    Is there any reason you have an "*" in front of...

    Is there any reason you have an "*" in front of this?



    *Blanks++;


    Edit: I see the reason now; but, you are likely calling CharacterCount wrong.

    Tim S.
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    I have no idea if this will help; but, I will add...

    I have no idea if this will help; but, I will add () to see if it works.



    for (i=0; c = fgetc(fp) != EOF; i++)




    for (i=0; (c = fgetc(fp)) != EOF; i++)
  22. Discrete math is the main math needed for...

    Discrete math is the main math needed for programming.
    But, a programmer needs to understand the problem domain. Often, algebra is needed to understand the problem domain.
    Unless you are writing...
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    0-4 equals -4 and -4 is not a valid array index.

    0-4 equals -4 and -4 is not a valid array index.
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    z[i] = y[i]; likely you want z[i] =...

    z[i] = y[i];


    likely you want



    z[i] = y[i-4];
  25. Does the order in the makefile result "%.o: %"...

    Does the order in the makefile result "%.o: %" being used instead of "%-d.o: %"?
    I have no idea if order makes a different in makefiles.

    Tim S.
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