please tell me the difference between a condition variable and a semaphore?
<<snip>> Look up the meanings of the terms and then figure out what's different about them.
Edited 8 Years Ago
by Nick Evan: Keep it pleasant
what the F***?
Well you do seem to be working your way through some exercise book...http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread252650.htmlhttp://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread252933.htmlhttp://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread252939.html
You're sorely lacking to pay attention to this.http://www.daniweb.com/forums/announcement14-2.html
Keep it up, and you're going to get increasingly terse and abrupt meta-answers for appearing to be a sponge.
oh come on man. What the flower is wrong with you guys. You are supposed to post something valuable. Not smurfing links to my own posts.
Edited 8 Years Ago
by Nick Evan: Wash your mouth with soap
>You are supposed to post something valuable
And you are not? Posting one liner questions one after another gives the impression that you are not at all putting in effort for solving your own queries. How about something like:
I've read about X v/s Y at http://random.net and am still having doubts about why Z happens; any pointers appreciated
Don't get me wrong; the first reply to your post does go out of the line but it's kinda difficult to not get irritated given a lack of effort on your part.
We're not your personal search engine interface!
If you continue to treat us as such, you'll just get ignored, or mocked.
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