Hi, I looked for this information, but couldn't find it anywhere. Is there a difference between a "template class" and a "class template" or are they just two different ways of saying the same thing ? Thanks a lot.

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I am really new to this, so please excuse me if this is a dumb question. I am saving some data using ruby on rails and one of those fields is a background for the divs I am rendering back on load. I created the partial layouts successfully but I have no clue how to embed the background into the div using the ruby variable. So this is what I would do in jQuery <div id="bubble" class="bubble" style="background:' + icon + '"></div> My ruby field is <% event.icon %> ... how do I add it to this div ? Thank …

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Hi, I have some code which creates an extremely long table row, and I've been able to clean it up to a point where my performance is fairly decent. What I am trying to figure out is if its better in terms of speed to use divs as opposed to the really long table row. I didn't really find much on this topic online, so thought I'd ask out here. Any ideas ? Thanks !!

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As long as we are on multithreading, I have a question too .. I basically have a implementation of pthreads on Linux and I want to port it to Windows .. I have read a bunch of docs on how to do this, but I also came across the pthreads-win32 library. Would anyone recommend using it ? Since if I could use that, I wouldn't have to change the Linux code.

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Hi, I am trying to find the header file monetary.h and the function strfmon() to do some currency conversions, but Visual Studio 2005 compiler doesn't seem to support those. Does anyone know if there is an alternative function I can use ? Thanks a lot.

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Hello, I looked for this on the forums, and found an invalid link to a tutorial. But I'd appreciate it very much if someone can point me to a tutorial on hash tables, that includes a basic implementation in C or C++. Thanks a lot.

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Hello, I need to figure out the sizes of different data types in a bash script. I haven't been able to make it work with sizeof(), is there an alternative ? Thanks a lot.

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Hi Everyone, I just wanted to introduce myself. I am a sw developer, work mostly with C, but there is so much that I still don't know ... hence the name :) . I came across DaniWeb while trying to learn how to do time complexity of algorithms. Its been really helpful, and I hope to learn a lot from you all, and help with whatever I know.

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