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@rproffitt seriously I am still lost on the understanding of the sequential part when you say that at the socket.accept and how they get it running in multithreaded. The issue I am still not clear is the testing how to craft up the test still lost at these 2 points. … Reply by newbie14
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Some things I noticed:


* Instead of trying to create 2 format strings, reuse the one you used for the header, this way you can get things to line up consistently.

* In line with that, `HEADER` isn't really a good name for that string. How about `LINE_FORMAT`?

* Use … Reply by tinstaafl
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Show us the code at the point you got stuck. Then we can help. Reply by ddanbe
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I have been trying to figure this out for hours with no avail. Basically I need to print out user input as Initial value, ASCII(char), ASCII(int), and Hex. I can get everything to work however I am not supposed to have the char values print if its a digit, … Topic by SkateX in Software Development
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Hi i have done the program but i'm stuck at a point. I do need help.
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> the quills script should had a function (php or other server side) to do the uploading?

Quiljs is just an edior. How you want to upload and save the data that's up to you.


> I mean does -as it should , change the font or bold or color … Reply by gentlemedia
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Oh you meant that i should have icluded a JQuery? OK. But -i mean for uploading a picture- the quills script should had a function (php or other server side) to do the uploading? I mean does -as it should , change the font or bold or color of text … Reply by SimonIoa
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Hello Kerri,

I can guess if you wanted to hire a programmer or it's homework. Take a moment to consider better titles then read https://www.daniweb.com/programming/threads/435023/read-this-before-posting-a-question to get the best responses. Reply by rproffitt
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1. Your program should read the input files by using Unix shell redirection (e.g. a.out<lab1.dat) to read the input from
stdin (C). By using redirection, it is unnecessary to open and close the input file, nor should your program prompt for a
file name. You should dynamically allocate tables for … Topic by Kerri_1 in Software Development
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Topic by newbie14 in Databases
I see the testing tips were given so my advice is to craft up your tests now as best you can.

-> I want to broach another subject as well. We found that no single client went over a few thousand vehicles. This meant we could spread the load to … Reply by rproffitt
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@rpfroffitt yes I know tcp is kind of more costly cause we need to setup the communication etc. Before going further on testing I want know more the sequential buffering for tcp I am not so clear on that? Can you bried me more on that kind of confuse?

I … Reply by newbie14
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@N, TCP only? You're headed towards a small disaster. I can't know what product you are using and if your device's coder learned about this and took steps to mitigate it. We went UDP and our own protocol to competely avoid that issue plus drop communication costs.

Look at the … Reply by rproffitt
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@rproffitt ok I got it unfortunately the device itself support tcp only so not much of choice left here. No problem I wont ask you about your udp. I want to first understand so you said every tcp which comes in is buffered rite. Then it pick up the socket.accept … Reply by newbie14
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You've asked the question quite a few times and I see good answers about WIA and TWAIN but you seen to be missing the problem. Ready?

There is no one single method that will work with all scanners on vb.net. Until you get your scanner in hand you won't know … Reply by rproffitt
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AHH, now that's where I can see a design blow up. We went with UDP rather than TCP to avoid a pile of open sockets. Using UDP meant we developed our own protocol and you may not ask me for that. But if you were to try to open thousands … Reply by rproffitt
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I can not give an overview but how it works when the scan button in vb in scanner clicks directly works and the results are stored in the database .. so I hope there is a script to share my scanner to connect to visual basic ... The purpose of … Reply by Obbie_1
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How do you populate your datagrid? Reply by xrj
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@rprofitt actually I am trying to get unstuck from the parallel processing view. Let me understand at the lowest level say now I got 10 devices trying to make connection to my socket server. So what is happening is that all the data is line up in the buffer right. … Reply by newbie14
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@N, I am not trying that hard to get you unstuck from the usual new to this view or parallel processing. You can imagine what would happen to the internet if there was no buffer in systems today. I've given you a view to where your monster machine is overkill … Reply by rproffitt
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@rproffitt ok I will go with your advice. So in other words everything is buffered at the socket level is that what your trying to explain to me? So how to test for this "How many requests per second can my system process?" What about the code snippet which I … Reply by newbie14
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@N, there you go with an example over an IP sending data. That information will arrive in sequence and not parallel. You seem stuck on this and I don't have a good explainer to get you unstuck.

Forget parallel for many reasons like how IP stacks buffer and more then … Reply by rproffitt
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And that's the confuser to most. I looked into what bootloader Unetbootin installs and it looks like Syslinux. You went looking for related Windows and if you or I did that, we would walk away confused.

I'm not there to dive any deeper but write that it's a boot loader … Reply by rproffitt
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Ok so I went to http://www.syslinux.org/wiki/index.php?title=Install (I checked the config page too but didn't see anything that looked like it was windows related) and tried to read over the windows part but I don't fully understand what all this is gonna let me do. The command line options down where … Reply by Dragennd
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Topic by trevalen02 in Hardware
Thanks to @Isaac_11
Replace the battery solved my problem.
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Topic by byron_2 in Microsoft Windows
Try FastStone. It's free and has the feature you want (and quite a few more). Reply by Reverend Jim