Hi guys, I am trying to implement my first carousel on my website. I have 5 images with the same dimensions with the following HTML markup: <div id="myCarousel" class="carousel slide"> <ol class="carousel-indicators"> <li data-target="#myCarousel" data-slide-to="0" class="active"></li> <li data-target="#myCarousel" data-slide-to="1"></li> <li data-target="#myCarousel" data-slide-to="2"></li> <li data-target="#myCarousel" data-slide-to="3"></li> <li data-target="#myCarousel" data-slide-to="4"></li> <li data-target="#myCarousel" data-slide-to="5"></li> </ol> <div class="carousel-inner"> <div class="item active"> <img src="/pictures/home1.jpg" alt="CASHS" > </div> <div class="item"> <img src="/pictures/home4.jpg" alt="SWAROVSKI"> </div> <div class="item"> <img src="/pictures/home2.jpg" alt="MARQUIS" > </div> <div class="item"> <img src="/pictures/home3.jpg" alt="ORREFORS" > </div> <div class="item"> <img src="/pictures/home5.jpg" alt="WATERFORD" > </div> </div> <a class="left carousel-control" href="#myCarousel" data-slide="prev"> <span class="glypicon glypicon-cheveron-left"></span> </a> <a …

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hey guys, I am really new to UI design and I am trying to finish building a simple website to include on my resume. My problem is that I have a login page with a radio button asking the user if they are an existing customer. If they are they would select one of two radio buttons, yes or no. By default I have selected the yes button to be checked. Consequentally, I would only like the user login form to be displayed while hiding the user registration from. And if the user were to select the no radio button …

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Hello, I have an issue I am not sure how to handle. I am trying to call a function from within another function but I get the following warning "2129 [Warning] implicit declaration of function " I have defined prototypes for all my functions at the very start of main, and privided funtion definitions outside of main at the end. These are all user-defined functions. Does anyone know why I am getting these warnings? Thanks Alex

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Hey guys, I am trying to implement the following but the compiler is not liking it. What can I do to fix this? Thanks for any help. typedef struct { int ordinalSum; int LexemeCode; Line Info; Node *next; <-- ??? }Node; error # 1 syntax error before "Node"

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Hey guys, I find myself here once again seeking your expertese. Long story short, I need to create a hash function that will hash a list of lexemes in a programming language to unique indicies in a hash table. The problem is that the lexemes (provided below) must all hash to unqiue indicies will NO COLLISIONS. I know this seems odd, but their is some good reasoning behind this constriant (I will provide expaination if needed). Here are the list of lexemes: PROGRAM VAR BEGIN END END. INTEGER FOR READ WRITE TO DO ; : , := + - * …

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Hey guys, I have a general question about what is and what is not included in standard C? I have a project and the instructor says we can only use anything that was included in C99. Because I have a heay experience in C++, I often find myself questioning whether this is in C or not. For instance, is toupper() and tolower() supported in C99? Does anyone know where a reliable reference for stuff like this? I would purchase a book if it is affordable but I dont know a good book? But I would also be happy with an …

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Hey guys, I have a silly issue that is bothering me. I am trying to read an unknown amount of lines from an input file and basically stop when I reach the EOF. I probably does'nt matter but the assignment is to create a simple lexical analyzer/scanner for a mini-subset of Pascal. Long story short, I need to read character at a time until either my buffer is full or I reach the end-of-line symbol. Because I have gone so far in my program, many of my functions a designed to rely on the inclusion of '\n' at the end …

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Hi guys. I am a student who really needs some assistance with creating a recursive function in C that changes multiple consecutive white spaces (blanks) from an array of characters into a single blank. For instance: char c [10]; // let ␢= blank symbol where the contents are :␢␢␢␢INT␢␢␢ the outcome should be ␢INT␢ NOTE: I somehow need to keep track of the size of the array for actual latter access. I really suck at recursion and I know that I must first establish a BASE CASE, where the recursion eventually stops, but came up with nothing serious. I am …

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> HI I was wondering if anyone knows where to find some credible information about Enterprise Agile methodology? The information should be acceptable for a senior-level research paper. The info. should answer the following questions if possible: 1. describe Enterprise Agile (XBreed) 2. give the history (with names and dates) along with the origin of the method 3. Was there any special event or problem which led to its development? and so on.. Thaks guys Alex

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Hey guys I am trying to prompt the user to input a file name, and save that file name into a packed array of characters then use that inputed flename to perform some opertions. FileName : text; Line = PACKED ARRAY [0..79] of char ; writeln('Please input a file name to read input from.'); readln(FileName); ASSIGN(InputFile,FileName); RESET(InputFile); The ASSIGN statement throws the following error: Error: Can't determine which overloaded function to call Can anyone help me resolve this issue? Thanks

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Guys I have a quick general knowelege question. When defining a function in any programming langauge that will return a pointer to a linked list created in the function, can we return that pointer by reference? If so, can you provide me with a SIMPLE example of the following scenarios: 1- when it is necessary to return a pointer by reference. 2- when it is sufficent to return a pointer by value. Thanks for any information.

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I got another question. I am passing an array of characters to a function, but when i get into the function, before doing anything I want to make sure that the array was passed in correctly so I attempt to print the contents and it does nothing. So i assume it did not get passed correctly. The array has stuff in it, beacause i checked it before passing it as an actual parameter to the function call. here is the code: Function Call: ValidWords := IsolateWords(FormattedInput, SizeOfArray); Function Definition (NOT COMPLETE): FUNCTION IsolateWords (VAR UpperCaseWords:Line; ArraySize:integer):Line; BEGIN writeln('inside the IsolateWords …

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Hey guys. I have the following loop structure condition statement: while ( ord(UpperCaseWords[i]) >= ord('A') and ord(UpperCaseWords[i]) <= ord('Z')) do Problem: When a compile, I get an error saying: "Error: Incompatible types: got "BOOLEAN" expected "LONGINT" " using Dev-Pascal 1.9.2. Description: UpperCaseWords = PACKED ARRAY of Characters that may contain any symbol, blank space, or 'A' to 'Z'. What I am attempting to do is determine if the ordinal value (ASCII value) falls in a range defined by the upper case ordinal value of 'A' and 'Z'. If it is, I want to enter into the loop and do some …

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