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rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in Is C++ enough?
Topic by ckide in Software Development
I developed risk analysis software for the options trading industry in Chicago up to 2007. C++ was what was required. Reply by rubberman
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rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in need help ASAP
Topic by Petar_1 in Software Development
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We don't write your code for you. We will help you fix it once you post it! I've been writing professional C++ code since 1992... Reply by rubberman
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rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in while multiple condition help
Topic by COKEDUDE in Software Development
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while(fgets(line, sizeof line, stdin)
{
if (sscanf_counter != 2)
#breakout here#
} Reply by rubberman
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Featured rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in Help needed for Microsoft Remote Desktop
Topic by Reverend Jim in Hardware and Software
Have you checked on the MS website for help with this? Reply by rubberman
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Featured rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in motherboard for Linux, Windows, & SteamOS
Topic by lewashby in Hardware
Asus boards are of good quality. Myself, I like Intel mobos, but they are quite a bit more expensive. I purchased a dual core mobo from them in 2007 for my server, which is still functional though I had to replace the nVidia card a couple of years ago when … Reply by rubberman
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Featured rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in Help needed for Microsoft Remote Desktop
Topic by Reverend Jim in Hardware and Software
I also use MS Remote Desktop, about 10 or so years ago. Worked well. Haven't used it since so I don't know what MS has done with it. Reply by rubberman
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Featured rubberman 1,355 Gave Reputation to rproffitt in Help needed for Microsoft Remote Desktop
Topic by Reverend Jim in Hardware and Software
Sorry no. I'm more of a VNC and telnet over ssh type person. Reply by rproffitt
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Featured rubberman 1,355 Gave Reputation to rproffitt in Help needed for Microsoft Remote Desktop
Topic by Reverend Jim in Hardware and Software
Sorry no. I'm more of a VNC and telnet over ssh type person. Reply by rproffitt
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Featured rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in motherboard for Linux, Windows, & SteamOS
Topic by lewashby in Hardware
This mobo seems to an intel processor tuned device - no mention of AMD support. It seems to run a core i7 processor, so games should be good on it, especially if you get one of the recommended nVidia video processors. Has a good sound system built in. It says … Reply by rubberman
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rubberman 1,355 Gave Reputation to tinstaafl in Help!
Topic by Matias_2 in Programming
It looks to me you already failed the critical part of the exercise:


> Remember that good correct functions are required too, you must pass the 2d array to a function!!

You should start with this. Read the data into the array and pass it to a function and process … Reply by tinstaafl
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rubberman 1,355 Gave Reputation to rproffitt in Complex Username and Password System
Topic by Jack_30 in Computer Science
When this question comes up, I reply with "never store passwords in a database." You can store the names but never the passwords.

So you may wonder how to verify that password? We store the one way encrypted password and then encrypt the offered password and then compare.

This way … Reply by rproffitt
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Featured rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in Software to diagnose processor health
Topic by Ritesh_4 in Hardware and Software
There are a lot of free system testing tools to do this. Try Googling for that! Reply by rubberman
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Featured rubberman 1,355 Gave Reputation to khakilang -3 in You Want Linux to Run What?
Topic by khess in Linux and Unix
[QUOTE=evstevemd;1281185]What Linux Distro are you using? I have Ubuntu Lucid and everything runs fine but I use HP Printers. I added it and I never installed anything. If you use Ubuntu check below links
(BTW there is a wrapper I guess ndswrapper that installs windows drivers in Linux)

[url]https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Printers[/url]
[url]http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=49714[/url][/QUOTE] … Reply by khakilang
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Featured rubberman 1,355 Gave Reputation to Stefano Mtangoo in You Want Linux to Run What?
Topic by khess in Linux and Unix
[QUOTE=khakilang;1280980]Since I use Linux about a year ago. I never look back to Window. Yeah Window 7 looks great but the security still sucks. Games are great but once the virus attack your computer everything will be wipe out. So I cannot afford to loose my precious data and sacrifice … Reply by Stefano Mtangoo
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Featured rubberman 1,355 Gave Reputation to metvacetz in You Want Linux to Run What?
Topic by khess in Linux and Unix
Well, still using windows to play windows games :) Linux take good care of the rest Reply by metvacetz
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Featured rubberman 1,355 Gave Reputation to khess in You Want Linux to Run What?
Someone left a comment on one of my posts similar to, "Linux won't be popular on the Desktop until it runs [URL="http://www.microsoft.com"]Windows[/URL] applications." To which I silently responded, "Huh? and, "You've got to be kidding me." We have [URL="http://www.winehq.org"]WINE[/URL] for running Windows applications and it works reasonably well for those … First Post in Topic by khess in Linux and Unix
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Topic by priyamtheone in Information Security
Check out WinClam - a free AV. There is also a Unix/MacOSX/Linux version available (called ClamAV). I use it all the time, and have never had a problem with it not detecting malware on my systems. Reply by rubberman
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rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in 8086 assembly
Topic by aya_5 in Programming
Last time I used 8086 assembler was when I wrote a TCP/IP stack for QNX in the early 90's (work for the US Navy). At this point, I really can't help you. I occasionally write a few assembly statements when modifying Linux kernel code, but that is very rare these … Reply by rubberman
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Featured rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in Generating sentences in Android Studio
Topic by BananaBread in Software Development
Just remember, Android is primarily Java (with a different back-end), so if you can code it in Java, you can use the same code for Android. Reply by rubberman
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rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in C++ p.o.s system
Topic by Tyron_1 in Software Development
A C or C++ switch statement is just a code branch that is delineated by the value specified by the statement. So, I don't really understand what your conundrum may be. Please illustrate what your problem is. Reply by rubberman
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rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in 1 Malware in 20 years
Topic by Onederer_1 in Linux and Unix
Reverend Jim, Windows is much more susceptible to malware and virus attacks than Linux. Yes, you can harden your MS system against them, but the design of Linux makes such attacks much more rare, unless you are an idiot and leave your system open to remote access. Usually, web services … Reply by rubberman
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rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in Coding
Topic by Howard_2 in Software Development
Select a subject that is of interest to you and then decide how your coding can improve or alter it to your desires. Reply by rubberman
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Featured rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in PUP.Optional.ASK
Topic by Mag_1 in Microsoft Windows
My solution is to not run Win-whatever. I Run Linux and never had a problem!And I have run Linux for the past 12 years! Reply by rubberman
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Topic by sgw in Software Development
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There are two kinds of increments for integers - pre-fix and post-fix. X++ is one and ++X is the other. You figure it out! Or read your C/C++ programming manual! Reply by rubberman
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Topic by sgw in Software Development
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No reply from a C++ buff yet? At the risk of making a fool of myself I'll try.
I'm no C++ expert, but this looks to me like another example of C++'s "undefined" behaviours - specifically the order in which things of the same priority are done within some expressions … Reply by JamesCherrill
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Topic by monem_1 in Software Development
So, 200+ lines of code but no explanation of what your problem is. Sorry, but that does not work! Reply by rubberman
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rubberman 1,355 Replied To a Post in runtime error on voting system
Topic by divinity02 in Software Development
And, you want us to comment on 500+ lines of code? Sorry, but that isn't going to happen! Show us where the error is, and then we may be able to help you... Reply by rubberman
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Topic by Vikrant_3 in Computer Science
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My sanskrit name is also Vikrant! How amazing is that? In any case, p++ works. You allocated buffptr and assigned it to p. So, p should be the address of the structure. Reply by rubberman
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Topic by Sarah_23 in Software Development
Pascal is a defunct language. Even the inventor of it redid it as Modula! If your school is still teaching Pascal, go somewhere else! Reply by rubberman
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Topic by Prathamesh_1 in Software Development
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Get rid of all the "goto" statements! That isn't C++, it is badly written C code! Reply by rubberman