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Topic by computerguy31 in Microsoft Windows
Here is my question:
I am on Windows 7 and I am unable to stop annoying popups asking me to update my application ( Malwarebytes) to a new version ( for a fee!). Every 10 minutes! I have tried all possible ways. To no avail!

I even ran a test … Reply by Ittiandro
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xrj 139 Replied To a Post in Illegal start of expression in my toString
Topic by Abdullah_21 in Software Development
I've only take a look to addition and substraction and made some modifications. I hope you understand it and leave up to you the other operators.

import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Scanner;
import static java.lang.Integer.*;
import static java.lang.System.*;

public class ExpressionSolver
{
int answer;
String expString;
ArrayList<String> exp;
public ExpressionSolver(String s)
{ … Reply by xrj
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Topic by Abdullah_21 in Software Development
Matching up `{` and `}` can be a pain. If you are running under Windows you can use the following script to reformat or do a quick check. Save the code into `redent.vbs` and run it from the command line by

cscript redent.vbs myfile.java

or, if you have previously ever … Reply by Reverend Jim
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Here's the full notice -> https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2018/05/fbi-tells-router-users-to-reboot-now-to-kill-malware-infecting-500k-devices/

You can read what happened if you wish but just a reboot and it's game over for this malware. Topic by rproffitt in Community Center
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Hello everyone,

I am having trouble with my program its solving expressions and when I compile it I get a "Illegal start of expresson" line in my output. I am using Jgrasp as my softwear. May I ask to reveiw my code and see on what I did wrong? I … Topic by Abdullah_21 in Software Development
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Hello everyone,

I am having trouble with my program its solving expressions and when I compile it I get a "Illegal start of expresson" line in my output. I am using Jgrasp as my softwear. May I ask to reveiw my code and see on what I did wrong? I … Topic by Abdullah_21 in Software Development
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Topic by Abdullah_21 in Software Development
Hello everyone,

Thank you for your tips, I have recheck my brackets and I was missling 2 of them and now it works.

Again thank you for your help.

Abdullah

EDIT: The complier works but whne I run the program it prints out the number but the answer is 0 … Reply by Abdullah_21
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Topic by usman_14 in Programming
What have you already done in turtle graphics?
[This code snippe](https://www.daniweb.com/programming/software-development/code/479522/light-refraction)t is what I once tried, when thought Python was still fun. Reply by ddanbe
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Topic by Abdullah_21 in Software Development
99% certain it’s an error in your brackets.
Line 79 is formatted as if it should be a close bracket, but it’s an open bracket. Suspicious! Reply by JamesCherrill
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Topic by Abdullah_21 in Software Development
99% certain it’s an error in your brackets.
Line 79 is formatted as if it should be a close bracket, but it’s an open bracket. Suspicious! Reply by JamesCherrill
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Topic by Abdullah_21 in Software Development
I think 79-97 are all part of the same if-then-else-end if construct, just badly indented. Reply by Reverend Jim
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Topic by tscina in Web Development
**This code send 3000 bulk emails symantaniously to all. **

step 1: create index.php page and paste the below code.
step 2: Now download phpMailer https://storage.googleapis.com/google-code-archive-downloads/v2/apache-extras.org/phpmailer/PHPMailer_5.2.4.zip

format: ![format.png](/attachments/large/4/5c4dfe56505bedb23d5c7332e2859dc7.png "align-center")

step 4: create a database name lets says "**database**" and create table "**email**"
after that create 2 columns "id","email" in the … Reply by navjot_2
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Topic by Mahbub_2 in Search Engine Strategies
**[SEO Web Design](http://estatesponsors.com/)** is a way of designing and developing websites to make them search engine friendly. Making a website SEO friendly means the search engines can crawl each page on the website efficiently, interpret the content effectively, and index it in their database. Once indexed, they can then serve … Reply by Estate
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I agree with the above comments, Moz is very great to start.
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More Details Click here - http://bit.do/efS65 Reply by shreedama
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Topic by shopieasy in Community Center
Just try to create new and content rich articles and share them on everywhere. Spread your content like virus. Surly Google will give rank your time but it takes time and consistency. Reply by ikonicsoution
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Featured xrj 139 Replied To a Post in Regex to exclude a sub-directory
Topic by EvolutionFallen in Software Development
Of course if you're not coding in VBasic like me, most probably you'll have to escape the slash /. So the pattern becomes `collections\/(?!\/|shirts|tea|[\w]+\/products)` Reply by xrj
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Topic by Abdullah_21 in Software Development
99% certain it’s an error in your brackets.
Line 79 is formatted as if it should be a close bracket, but it’s an open bracket. Suspicious! Reply by JamesCherrill
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rproffitt 1,126 Replied To a Post in Illegal start of expression in my toString
Topic by Abdullah_21 in Software Development
Please share what line number is being reported as having the error. You might have to enable more features on the compiler if it doesn't do this yet. Or if I read this as line 108, that doesn't jive with your code as posted.

Note: Found the missing tostring line. Reply by rproffitt
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Hey guyss, here are a big champs of programming I have seen in this web, I am stucking in this assignment of mine, from where should I start I am totally stucked, is anyone here who can help me for this programme........

Define a function drawCircle. This function should expect … Topic by usman_14 in Programming
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Hello everyone,

I am having trouble with my program its solving expressions and when I compile it I get a "Illegal start of expresson" line in my output. I am using Jgrasp as my softwear. May I ask to reveiw my code and see on what I did wrong? I … Topic by Abdullah_21 in Software Development
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Topic by christos_1 in Web Development
I think your first step would be to read the prior answers. Here's how I found them.
https://www.google.com/search?q=how+to+make+a+web+site+like+Amazon Reply by rproffitt
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Topic by vegaseat in Community Center

> We've updated our privacy policy.

- Everyone today it seems. Reply by rproffitt
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Featured xrj 139 Replied To a Post in Regex to exclude a sub-directory
Topic by EvolutionFallen in Software Development
Assuming products (if present) is after the second / character like in
collections/shirts/products/tee-shirt,
`collections(/(?!/|shirts|tea|[\w]+/products))` seems to work. Reply by xrj
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hello hope you all are going well, so my vacation is comming and i was wondering whta if i did a big project or small project, how hard is it to make my own multivendor website like amazon,
i would like to do everything like the code in php, the … Topic by christos_1 in Web Development
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Featured EvolutionFallen 107 Replied To a Post in Regex to exclude a sub-directory
Topic by EvolutionFallen in Software Development
Thanks for the reply, xrj. I should have been more clear though -- my real problem here is the **/products/** part. The "col1" part is just for placeholders. Really the URL looks like, say,

collections/shirts/products/tee-shirt
collections/tea/products/green-tea
collections/coffee
collections/coffee/products/cup-of-joe

So if I want to exclude anything under the "shirts" or "tea" … Reply by EvolutionFallen
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Featured xrj 139 Replied To a Post in Regex to exclude a sub-directory
Topic by EvolutionFallen in Software Development
Try `collections\/col(\d{2,}|[^23])(?!\/products)`, because (\d{2,}|[^23]) will allow 2 or more numbers (as in col22, col21) or 1 number other than 2 or 3 (col1, col4, col5 but not col2 nor col3). Reply by xrj
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rproffitt 1,126 Gave Reputation to JamesCherrill in Java AWT
Topic by Rashmi_4 in Programming
AWT was replaced nearly 20 years ago! You should be using Swing, or JavaFX.
Swing was the direct replacement for AWT, and is very similar.
JavaFX is the newest GUI and is supposed to replace Swing, but it’s very different to work with, so most people are still using Swing. … Reply by JamesCherrill
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> We've updated our privacy policy.

- Everyone today it seems. Reply by rproffitt
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Men are generally against reason when reason is against them.

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Topic by divinity02 in Web Development
php
1. As far as I recall, IF statements don't have their own scope in PHP. What is the URL you are visiting? If you are getting this error, chances are `$_GET["img_id"])` isn't set.
2. You're referencing `$img_id` on line 18, but you never initialized this variable
3. You're including the … Reply by EvolutionFallen