@Nemesio, there were only printer drivers for that model for Window XP to 10 so the answer is no.

If you hadn't buried your question we could chat about other ideas. Hint: Start a new discussion.

Using strictly your requirement this appears to be a 2 line exercise. Nowhere did you write the user input the values with cin or much else. You wrote the program accepts the 5 integers. This is a good example where the specification means a lot more than some folk think it does. The spec you supplied did not demand user input. So this is pretty easy and I worry that you need to spend time on your class work.

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

int main()
{
  int a=1,b=2,c=3,d=4,e=5;
  cout << a << b << c << d << e << endl; 
  return 0;
}

I'm all for it. If anyone is foolish enough to do this, the results have spoken on their own. It's like robbing a bank. It may work out then not.

Adding with edit. I also like it when others break the rules of the road since they pay the price and let those that are playing by the rules advance. If your competitors use black hat SEO, that's good news for those that don't.

@ReverendJim, yes and here our apps use Bluetooth so to write it was a challenge to get the Bluetooth tickety boo is an understatement. The first Bluetooth we used was way back on PalmOS which it's emulator was lacking as well but I did manage to set it up to use the Windows BT stack to a Com port and then in the PalmOS emulator use the Com port which worked well enough to get it all going. Later that feature failed but thank goodness the engine under it all was gold.

Now with Android, I've yet to find an emulator that included Bluetooth so for that the device as host for the app and debugging with USB was how it got done.

Hope this isn't too boring.

Reverend Jim commented: Not boring at all ^_^ +15

If I needed to research how to remove certain characters I'd use https://www.google.com/search?q=Java+remove+specific+characters+from+string&gl=US
If I wanted to keep all alphabetic characters I'd use https://www.google.com/search?q=Java+string+alphabet+only&gl=US

V3N0M commented: I figured it out lol +3

This is one of those well done passages of code. Over 141 versions are over at https://www.rosettacode.org/wiki/Palindrome_detection

Here we mark the thread solved. I did that for you.

Line 2? I supplied a quick 2 line example and it was fine. I wonder if your IF statement changed the string id to a numeric id as JS tends to do.

If so, make a copy of id to a temp object and use that for the if test and then id would be unscathed.

Taking a hint from https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7523929/jquery-ajax-with-webmethod-removes-zero-from-front try forcing it to be a string.
ie, line 10 change id to '' + id.

I did not test this.

Did you perform the typeof to check prior to line 2's alert? Is it just the alert? I tried this and had leading zeros.

id = '00123456'
alert(id)

My bet is your variable "id" is a number and numbers don't have leading zero's.
https://www.w3schools.com/js/js_type_conversion.asp gives example of reporting the typeof statement to confirm.

Since the code that created the value id isn't shown, you'll have to work that.

I wouldn't count on "G930" showing up. Maybe by vid and pid but by name, would not count on that. Also, why are you doing this? Your mention of a serial number has me worried you are looking for non-existant data.

Again, "Frankly I'd walk your post back a bit and tell where you are going with this. For example you seem to want it to show you "Logitech something" but that's not always in the data.

What you can see is in USBView at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/debugger/usbview which has full source available for those that want to get into this.

But that's not what I'm asking or why I'm sharing here. I'd like to know what prompted you to go down this rabbit hole."

Frankly I'd walk your post back a bit and tell where you are going with this. For example you seem to want it to show you "Logitech something" but that's not always in the data.

What you can see is in USBView at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/debugger/usbview which has full source available for those that want to get into this.

But that's not what I'm asking or why I'm sharing here. I'd like to know what prompted you to go down this rabbit hole.

For legal advice, you should use your lawyer in the country you plan to operate.

https://www.google.com/search?q=python+input&gl=US tells us how to use the input function. Always check your docs.

I'm going with these can be nearly the same and YOU matter more than the degree title. Your skills and drive matter more here. From the web you read "You can work in the field of your choice with a Bachelor of Computer Science or Bachelor of Applied Computer Science. From healthcare to social media, ocean data to online commerce".

What matters is what you want to do during your coursework. You may find a passion in the ocean or what's in big data. Both degrees are just the paper that gets you in the door. It does not dictate what you will or can do.

You supplied your example. It looks to me to be exactly this: http://www.defusion.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2006/08/screenshot_thumb.jpg

foo.jpg
Seems you have a match.

@tun712. I've used VistaPrint and it's site has a boatload of technology behind it so I'm going to write that no WordPress person I know could match that even if I gave them years. Not only that but there appears to be backend processes where you submit a PDF for the print job and it seems to run it through various filters to show a web page with the expected result or tell you it failed. This means you must have prior experience or team members that have built some backend processing to handle such.

I'm going to stick to VistaPrint's site as an example of what I would estimate a few years of design work with same time under development.

Fast forward to today and you will get folk that want all that as a plugin. Yes, folk have asked for that!

I worry that you are being asked for the stars. That is, some of those sites took many developers years to develop. Do you have the team and the year to duplicate those site functionalities?

It's an old bit of lore. You should try it.

Added with edit. You have the index. Now use that to move name just like you did so far with the score.

So why not move the name[] at the same time?

Since you don't want to see how others solved it, then you have to put more tests into your code to see if the value so far is valid and if not, take what action your feel is needed. Either delete the last character or BSOD.

Or you add code to your text change event to test for valid input and remove what isn't allowed.

Also, you could research this. I did with this search: https://www.google.com/search?client=daniweb-ab&q=vb.net+IP+address+input+box+example

To Reverend Jim. I'm just past 2 years on a cheap second hand 2014 Leaf SV. No gas purchases for my (Canadian) 2000 Honda Odyssey with 88,000 KM. I had to put the Honda on life support with a battery tender. Is there any chance I'll buy another ICE car? Unlikely. Once folk switch so far they are lost to ICE sellers.

There's some great news for those that want a deal on ICE cars. There's an upcoming ICE and oil implosion. Here's a great YouTube about it.
It also gets in why sedan sales have hit the skids. Folk have a choice now. Link follows.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUC6lsLr04I about #Bigoil #EVs #NowYouKnow
"The Impending Big Auto/Oil Implosion Explained | In Depth"

Just an update 3 months later. Nissan corrected the issue in firmware. Too bad they haven't taken a page from Tesla about OTA (over the air) updates. They are dinosaurs where you bring the beast in for the work to be done by the dealer.

You have the bona fide official emulator now. I wish it was easier.

Sorry that I don't have a tutorial on this one. While I do work on Android apps in AS and use the emulator I did have to be patient as the system finished setting up.

All of us at the office use this one. Good, bad or indifferent we use it. I went so far as to install Intel's accelerators to the emulator and it's very usable. The only thing that I wish it could do is better Bluetooth emualation. That is, if your PC has a Bluetooth system the emulator doesn't use it so you have an emulator with something missing. Our apps use SPP (serial port profile) on Android so 99% of the time we have a real Android target over USB.

I use the Android Developer system and only had to setup the emulator one time using some menu in Android Studio. Once you get it setup in AS you should be good to go. I have no tutorial on this handy.