What cables and adapters do I need and can I get an explanation of the gender of each port? I have the following already:

MALE to MALE
mini dvi to VGA
mini dvi to DVI (dual link)
mini dvi to s-video/coax (RCA)

I want to make sure I get audio as well.

I am trying to figure out some web development using ms vwd in C#. I want to link a couple of textual titles to hyperlinks. However, those hyperlinks are stored in a database object's column using ms sql server and so I need to use the oledb commands and iterate through that. But I want to be able to iterate through those links using a wild card so that I don't have to manually input all the links. So I made an aspx page that goes like: <asp:Hyperlink id = "temp"...navigateurl = './filename.aspx?=num=%'.

Then I made another aspx page that linked with 1 column full of text from that same database object using the id.Text in my .cs file. I was able to iterate through that. And I can do the same with the other column. But I don't know how to link each of those id.Text values with my hyperlinks based off of iterating using multiple params at the end of my relative url, i.e. using num=% which '%' I think is the right char for wildcards. So I'm guessing its textid.navigateurl = num...?

btw, I know my spelling for syntax is wrong. I just want to know the methodology on how to go about doing this.

I am trying to get consecutive words in a document using flex. Normally the forward slash should work, but for some reason it is not. Also I need to account for spaces. So I can't seem to use that regex character for this, how do I account for consecutive words in flex C++ programming.

I am studying viruses and trying to figure out how the FLEX module works for C++. I have taken classes before on regular languages, context free, etc. Is FLEX dealing with regular languages or regular expressions, and also what is the difference exactly? Could you give an example of how a flex program works and or point me to a link that does? How it integrates with C++? I am trying to use it to scan for particular code in viruses as a parser.

I am using Microsoft Visual Studio 08 version on a computer where I do not have admin privileges. After building my project, I want to put the .exe into the Visual Studio 08's VC folder in order to run dumpbin from the command prompt, but it won't let me copy and paste nor will it let me drag and drop my executable.

It gives me this error message "Access is denied. Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is currently not in use."

So how am I supposed to use dumpbin if I can't use it on anything? Is there a copy and paste type of command in the Visual studio command prompt that I can use?

You'll probably need a data. or a text. that stores some constants. Then you'll need to use the sub command, add command. You should look up the x86 calling convention. Then eventually you'll pass your answer into eax and return it using ret. And maybe instead of data. or a text. you'll use DWORD PTRs or something along those lines.

So I am taking a class in Viruses and Defense against Viruses. As such there entails much x86 programming. I do know how to program in x86 and the calling conventions and so forth. But that is only because I learned it from my instructor. However, I am not sure how the stack [I]actually[/I] works. Only that you need to preserve the eax, and the pointers. And then you need to push and pop, etc. So I was wondering if I could get a thorough enough explanation that is easier to understand. From what I know so far besides the calling convention is that there is a block in the stack that is the caller and inside that is the callee and then the ebp (which has the esp in moved to it), then moves back and forth based on a subroutine. This is 32 bit x86 by the way. I need to understand exactly what happens on the stack in terms of any kind of code dealing with x86 based on the calling convention, because I have encountered some complicated looking code in which I need to immediately recognize where a virus has attacked besides just the tricky jump.

Also if anybody has any mneumonics on remembering particular malware that would be great too or if anyone could make a good one. That helps me to remember whether something is parasitic or not, whether it grows in population, and whether it self replicates, etc. What I mean by types ...

[QUOTE=happygeek;1471627]Done[/QUOTE]
Thanks.

I would like to also change my username for the reason that I think it is easy to find out who I possibly am through it. I would like to change it to QuesoTaco.

[QUOTE=UVAStudent2012;1460098]Nevermind, I wanted to delete this post, but did not want to bother emailing the moderator. Sorry.[/QUOTE]

[code=text]student@cs2150athome:~/cs2150$ g++ List.cpp ListItr.cpp ListNode.cpp ListTest.cpp
/tmp/ccLP9X5B.o: In function main': ListTest.cpp:(.text+0x15b): undefined reference toList::~List()'
ListTest.cpp:(.text+0x33a): undefined reference to printList(List&, bool)' ListTest.cpp:(.text+0x430): undefined reference toprintList(List&, bool)'
ListTest.cpp:(.text+0x479): undefined reference to printList(List&, bool)' ListTest.cpp:(.text+0x9c4): undefined reference toprintList(List&, bool)'
ListTest.cpp:(.text+0xb45): undefined reference to printList(List&, bool)' /tmp/ccLP9X5B.o:ListTest.cpp:(.text+0xcb7): more undefined references toprintList(List&, bool)' follow
/tmp/ccLP9X5B.o: In function main': ListTest.cpp:(.text+0xfc8): undefined reference toList::~List()'
ListTest.cpp:(.text+0x1051): undefined reference to printList(List&, bool)' ListTest.cpp:(.text+0x1078): undefined reference toprintList(List&, bool)'
ListTest.cpp:(.text+0x109f): undefined reference to printList(List&, bool)' ListTest.cpp:(.text+0x10c6): undefined reference toprintList(List&, bool)'
ListTest.cpp:(.text+0x10fd): undefined reference to `List::~List()'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status[/code]

[code]#include

include
include
include

using namespace std;

//Make sure your own files for the List and ListItr
//classes are included here. These are the names I used.

include "List.h"
include "ListItr.h"

int menu (string option[], int n_opt);

//set up menu options
string option[] = { "Quit",
"New List",
"Show List elements",
"Set ListItr with first()",
"Set ListItr with find()",
"Move ListItr forward",
"Move ListItr backward",
"Retrieve element at ListItr",
"Insert element before",
"Insert element after",
"Insert element at tail",
"Remove element",
"Cardinality (size)",
"Copy list w/copy constructor",
"Copy list with operator=",
};
int const n_choice = 15 ;

int main ()
/*
This main driver program interactively exercises a
list package.
It assumes a linked list implementation, and its real
purpose is to exercise the underlying list manipulation ...

Well I fixed my original problem, so if Mike is still willing to help, how do I get my isPastEnd() function to work?

ListItr.cpp: In member function ‘bool ListItr::isPastEnd() const’:
ListItr.cpp:23: error: ‘class ListItr’ has no member named ‘tail’
ListItr.cpp: In member function ‘bool ListItr::isPastBeginning() const’:
ListItr.cpp:31: error: ‘tail’ was not declared in this scope
ListItr.cpp:31: error: expected primary-expression before ‘||’ token
ListItr.cpp:31: error: ‘head’ was not declared in this scope
ListItr.cpp:31: error: expected ‘;’ before ‘)’ token

Nevermind, I wanted to delete this post, but did not want to bother emailing the moderator. Sorry.