Businesses that make money by collecting and selling detailed records of private lives were once plainly described as "surveillance companies." Their rebranding as "social media" is the most successful deception since the Department of War became the Department of Defense
Edward Snowden 17 Mar 2018

This via Twitter which poses another question.


I take it you need to read more from https://www.google.com/search?q=negative+numbers+in+assembler

That is, to implement a negative number you have to implement a sign bit and test then handle it accordingly.

As to machine language I have yet to see folk do that today. Usually it's done in assembler (language) since few get intimate enough to write in machine language of ones, zeros and hex or other machine code. To me and everyone at the office, machine code is not assembler.


Hello fellow programmers;

So i am currently working with machine language using CPUSim Wombat 1 machine.

Just wondering if its possible to create a storage and store negative numbers (say -1 ) in it. If so, how do you do it?


Sooo, I investigated this a bit, and the problem is that the matching algorithm attempts to connect you with people similar to the people you already reach out to. As a DaniWeb admin/mod, you initiate conversations with people and reach out to them to let them know that they are spamming or getting infractions. In fact, that is the majority of the types of people you reach out to. Therefore, it's connecting you with other people similar to the ones you're already demonstrating you have a tendancy towards initiating conversations with.


I am trying to recieve my form email in a more organized html table format. I get the email in code form. How can i get it translated?

$howDidYouHear = $_POST['howDidYouHear'];
$weddingDate = $_POST['weddingDate'];
$weddingTime = $_POST['weddingTime'];
$ceremonyLocation = $_POST['ceremonyLocation'];
$receptionLocation = $_POST['receptionLocation'];
$additionalLocation = $_POST['additionalLocation'];
$guests = $_POST['guests'];
$brideName = $_POST['brideName'];
$brideCell = $_POST['brideCell'];
$brideEmail = $_POST['brideEmail'];
$brideAddress = $_POST['brideAddress'];
$bridesMaidsNum = $_POST['bridesMaidsNum'];
$bridesMaidsNames = $_POST['bridesMaidsNames'];
$bridePrep = $_POST['bridePrep'];
$groomName = $_POST['groomName'];
$groomCell = $_POST['groomCell'];
$groomEmail = $_POST['groomEmail'];
$groomAddress = $_POST['groomAddress'];
$groomsmenNum = $_POST['groomsmenNum'];
$groomsmenNames = $_POST['groomsmenNames'];
$groomPrep = $_POST['groomPrep'];
$maidOfHonor = $_POST['maidOfHonor'];
$bestMan = $_POST['bestMan'];
$brideParents = $_POST['brideParents'];
$groomParents = $_POST['groomParents'];
$flowerGirl = $_POST['flowerGirl'];
$ringBearer = $_POST['ringBearer'];
$setting = $_POST['setting'];
$restrictions = $_POST['restrictions'];
$details = $_POST['details'];
$emotions = $_POST['emotions'];
$shootType = $_POST['shootType'];
$familyPhotos = $_POST['familyPhotos'];
$knowFirstLook = $_POST['knowFirstLook'];
$firstLook = $_POST['firstLook'];
$importantPhotos = $_POST['importantPhotos'];
$incorporate = $_POST['incorporate'];

$email_from = 'info@myemail.com';
$email_subject = "Pre-Wedding Questionaire Form";
$email_body = 

$message = 
    '<table width="600px" cellpadding="2" border="1" cellspacing="0" style="font-size:12px; border:1px solid black"> <tr><td colspan="4" style="background:black; color:white; text-align:center; font-size:18px;">Pre-Wedding Questionnaire</td></tr> <tr><th colspan="3"  style="font-size:16px;">$brideName and $groomName</th><th width="25%" style="font-size:16px;">$weddingDate</th></tr> <tr><td width="25%" style="text-align:left; font-weight:bold;">How did you hear:</td><td colspan="3">$howDidYouHear</td></tr> <tr><td colspan="4" align="left" style="font-size:14px; font-weight:bold; font-family:Helvetica, sans-sarif; padding-left:40px;">~Wedding Info~</td></tr> <tr><td width="20%" style="text-align:left; font-weight:bold;">Date of Wedding:</td><td colspan="3">$weddingDate</td></tr> <tr><td style="text-align:left; font-weight:bold;">Time of Wedding:</td><td colspan="3">$weddingTime</td></tr> <tr><td style="text-align:left; font-weight:bold;">Location of Ceremony:</td><td colspan="3">$ceremonyLocation</td></tr> <tr><td style="text-align:left; font-weight:bold;">Location of Reception:</td><td colspan="3">$receptionLocation</td></tr> <tr><td style="text-align:left; font-weight:bold;">Additional Location:</td><td colspan="3">$additionalLocation</td></tr> <tr><td style="text-align:left; font-weight:bold;"># of Guests:</td><td colspan="3">$guests</td></tr> <tr><td colspan="4" align="left" style="font-size:14px; font-weight:bold; font-family:Helvetica, sans-sarif; padding-left:40px;">~Bride Info~</td></tr> <tr><td width="20%" style="text-align:left; font-weight:bold;">Bride"s Name:</td><td colspan="3">$brideName</td></tr> <tr><td width="20%" style="text-align:left; font-weight:bold;">Bride"s Cell:</td><td colspan="3">$brideCell</td></tr> <tr><td ...

It's still there but unnecessarily difficult to post in. Start by going to the programming area. Right underneath "Start New Discussion" and "Realtime Chat" you'ss some tabs labeled "ALL New Solved Unanswered More v". Click on "More v" and "Code Snippets" is at the bottom.

Start by making a regular post. Put the text (no code) in the post and post it. Then you have to edit the post and change "Topic Type" to code snippet. At that point you'll be presented with two text boxes: one for the post text and another for the code snippet.

Awkward, indeed.