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    Haha I'm too busy reading thru the talkchess...

    Haha I'm too busy reading thru the talkchess forums atm!

    Do you have a link for that tourney? Are they live games?

    BTW i registered on talkchess, but haven't had my account activated yet,...
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    Well that's uncanny, there i was watching rybka...

    Well that's uncanny, there i was watching rybka vs houdini, i get a message saying go to your site, - i didn't see the bit at the bottom of your post about houdini either, then i go there, and thats...
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    I'm just on my way over there now Sir ! As soon...

    I'm just on my way over there now Sir ! As soon as finished watching Rybka vs Houdini match
    YouTube - Chessworld.net presents: Rybka vs Houdini recent match, Game 1
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    Thanks for setting my mind at ease! I don't know...

    Thanks for setting my mind at ease! I don't know what the issues were with LCC-win32, but it was horrible, maybe it was just the IDE, i dont know, and cant really remember now. I just started using...
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    Thanks guys, the Pelles C looks interesting, my...

    Thanks guys, the Pelles C looks interesting, my only worry is that it's based on the LCC compiler, and I used LCC-win32 a few years ago , and found it to be so unstable and full of bugs as to be...
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    Choosing a compiler

    Hi guys, I've been away a while ( 2 years apparently) , but now im back :)

    Last time i did any coding was with the Bloodshed Compiler system, which i was very happy with, but i see its frozen in...
  7. Thread: Bubble sort

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    >I usually deliberately do the exact opposite ...

    >I usually deliberately do the exact opposite

    I agree Rashakil, reversing the comparison reduces readability.
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    I use "this" in C. It's a reserved word in C++....

    I use "this" in C. It's a reserved word in C++. Does that mean I'm evil? :)
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    >I'm running the prime95 program (suggested for...

    >I'm running the prime95 program (suggested for at least 24 hours) before I start up F@H again, to make sure my processor's not going crazy.

    Good idea. When I did my O/Cing it was indispensible,...
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    Kleid-0 Speaking as a one-time electronics...

    Kleid-0

    Speaking as a one-time electronics design engineer I can help you out here. But I've a poker game to go to this evening and I want to prepare a good answer for you.

    I'll work out an...
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    The most likely culprits are the CPU itself or...

    The most likely culprits are the CPU itself or the memory. First determine which. Try reducing the CPU multiplier and see if it boots. If so then it's the CPU maxing out. If you have the option of...
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    Have a dig round at www.anandtech.com. you'll...

    Have a dig round at www.anandtech.com. you'll find lots of stuff on all the latest CPU's.
  13. Thread: Plotting Pixels

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    For windows there is SetPixel (hdc, x, y,...

    For windows there is SetPixel (hdc, x, y, crColour);

    It's not too fast but is probably o.k. for your application.
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    They're talking of banning replica guns in the...

    They're talking of banning replica guns in the U.K. - that would practically make you a criminal here (and lots of others besides). Stupid nanny-state nonsense. Introducing ridiculous laws like that...
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    >The problem is why doesnt the Long Double type...

    >The problem is why doesnt the Long Double type work?
    Haven't you read the link in Dave Evans' post? It does explain it.

    You'll get a much more accurate answer if you sum the terms backwards,...
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    Thanks Jeff! It's perfect for my life program....

    Thanks Jeff!

    It's perfect for my life program.

    You're a Star!
  17. Thread: macros

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    >Even if that operator exists, I wouldn't suggest...

    >Even if that operator exists, I wouldn't suggest using it. If you can't figure out a solution to your problem that works in most compilers, then you need to put your thinking cap back on.

    I do...
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    Going back to the OP's original question, (which...

    Going back to the OP's original question, (which I'm still not too clear about) GCC provides an operator called typeof() - would this help? I appreciate the non-portability implications.
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    Or something. 80 wire is required for ATA-66 ,...

    Or something.

    80 wire is required for ATA-66 , 100, 133
    40 wire for ATA-33 and below.
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    >but having a sting[50] constant doesn't help. Or...

    >but having a sting[50] constant doesn't help. Or at least I don't know how to make it helpful.

    string[50] is a variable , not a constant, so it needs to be declared static if you want to return a...
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    At the moment a Java applet will run on windows...

    At the moment a Java applet will run on windows or Linux on a PC , the fact that they're both x86 isn't the issue. Let's see you write c/c++ code and compile it so the binary runs on either...
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    The blind leading the blind.... Advice from...

    The blind leading the blind....

    Advice from the one eyed King -

    @Earth angel. - you need to make your string declaration static like so


    static char string[50];

    Otherwise once the...
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    should be printf("%d + %d",1,2); or even...

    should be printf("%d + %d",1,2);

    or even printf ("0"); - a mathematical symbol and a numerical result all rolled into one. ;)
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    >Let's say you are dealt a 5 of spades and a 10...

    >Let's say you are dealt a 5 of spades and a 10 of clubs.

    That's easy - FOLD!
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    Apple to move to x86 shock!!!

    http://www.anandtech.com/tradeshows/showdoc.aspx?i=2438

    Somebody here must have an opinion on this.

    My first thought was "How long before MS releases windows for the MAC?"

    My second thought...
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