Anyone played this game? Act 2 coming next week, i want to see the end of the story :D.

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**Hello everybody!** My program which is able to calculate your age, has been **updated!** See http://www.daniweb.com/software-development/cpp/threads/432997/age-calculator for the old version. The programs asks your **birthdate** and the **current date**. With that information, the program is able to calculate your age. It calculates the years, months and days. This program is originally written in **Dutch**, so you can still find Dutch words like "jaar", "maand" and "dag", but don't worry. You won't see those words if you are running the program. Now, my program won't you allow to enter invalid data. The program won't accept characters and symbols if values are …

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**Hello everybody!** I made a program which is able to calculate your age. You can find the source code below this text. There is already posted an article like this on http://www.daniweb.com/software-development/cpp/code/331349/c-code-for-simple-age-calculator But, my program is: **- Without mistakes**, it doesn't give your computer wrong instructions. **- More accurate**, because my program calculates also the days instead of only the years and months. I wrote this program in Dutch, and later I translated it into the English language. If you are using the program, everything is in English. But in the source code you can still find Dutch words like …

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Hi I have, almost in a panic, realised that I have some hard drives that need to be replaced as they are 6 years old. Although I have had no issues with them I thought replace them before they fail. It still seems a shame that a working hard drive has to be scrapped as it is old so I thought why not set up a RAID 1 and use the drives as an addition to the new drive. The logic being that when one disk fails the other drive in the RAID will have the data safe. I plan …

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Hi all, My head is about to explode and I was wondering if anyone has ever found a solution to my problem. Using MYSQL and PHP I need to gather those people under 5 years of age and break up the ages into 6 month periods whilst keeping a count of how many of each there are. The database of users is very big and I need the fastest possible calculation. Any help will be appreciated. Many thanks

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Hi there, I have a question related to this topic, i dont know if I should make a new thread or how to make a new thread. I am making an adult website and I just need a disclaimer and 2 buttons one that verifies age or one that redirects them out of the site. Here is the code someone told me I would have to use [CODE]if (cookie doesn't exist) { print agreement if (agreed) { make cookie redirect } } else { print real page }[/CODE] I was hoping someone could make this in php for me, cause …

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I want to calculate the age of a person, when he/she inputted his/her brthdy on the form, it will shows his/her bday in year/month/day format Example, the user chooses February 11 1994 on the drop down list. when he/she click submit, it will display his/her age Output must be like this: Your age is: 17 years, 6 months, and 29 days. this is my html code: [CODE]<html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" /> <title>Web Development</title> <style type="text/css"> body { background: url(bg.jpg); background-size: 100%; background-origin: content; } p{ color: #FFFFFF; font-size:24px; font-weight:bold; text-align:center; } td{ color: #00477D; font-size: 15px; font-weight: bold; …

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I have a Textbox named txtage.text.Now I want When Insert in txtage.text as 30/12/1980. disable tabindex.and messagebox show "You can not give admission".If Insert in txtage.text as 30/12/2005. Enable Tab index .its mean student 's age must be 6 year not greater nor less.

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I am trying to figure out the best way to figure out "age" of a particular item. I currently have fields in a mySQL databases that are stored as datetime formats and I need to display (in PHP) the relative age of those dates in terms of years, months, and day. Any suggestions?

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I need to use mergesort to sort the data in a file that has the names and ages of 10 different people , first i have to sort the names in ascending ascii order and then i have to sort them by their age but im not sure how to do it this is what i have so far [CODE] #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <time.h> #include <string.h> #define NUMBER_OFPEOPLE 10 typedef struct{ char name[6] ; int age ; }people ; typedef char byte ; void memcopy( byte *to, byte *from, int count ) { while (count-- > 0 ) …

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Hi All I am trying to add a no under 18's feature to my register page. I have got a simple function which uses the year of birth but I am not sure what to do for the day and month. Here is the code. If someone could help me with the day and month, I would be very grateful. Thanks in advance [CODE]<?php function GetAge($DOB) { list($Year, $Month, $Day) = explode("-",$DOB); $YearDifference = date("Y") - $Year; $MonthDifference = date("m") - $Month; $DayDifference = date("d") - $day; if ($DayDifference < 0 || $MonthDifference < 0) { $YearDifference--; } return $YearDifference; …

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A lovely juxtaposition of two articles at TechCrunch this weekend: One expressed concern about discrimination against older workers in the computer industry; the other said that if women weren't successful in the tech industry, it wasn't men's fault. (H/T to @jmhodges, whose Twitter posting provided inspiration for the title.) The [URL="http://techcrunch.com/2010/08/28/silicon-valley%E2%80%99s-dark-secret-it%E2%80%99s-all-about-age/"]age [/URL]piece, by Vivek Wadhwa, criticized the computer industry for discrimination against older workers, and offered older workers advice. "My advice to managers is to consider the value of the experience that the techies bring," Wadhwa wrote. "With age frequently come wisdom and abilities to follow direction, mentor, and lead. …

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What do you get if you combine a computer company with a group of Vegans and someone who used to present a popular children's TV show? The less than obvious answer is a Linux computer designed especially for old people. But there you have it, and according to the press release that sits before me the awfully named [URL="http://www.discount-age.co.uk/simplicity_computers/"]simplicITy computer[/URL] (what's wrong with OAPC I ask you) that is designed specifically to meet the needs of users aged 50 plus, has come about courtesy of a collaboration between a money saving website co-founded by ex Blue Peter presenter Valerie Singleton, …

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hello experts... i have a table employee and in it are attributes like name gender,birthdate...etc.. apart from this i want to automatically generate d employees age from d current date....how can it be done?? thankyou...

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This code demonstrates how age might be calculated and filtered using the DateDiff method in SQL. Also, note that both the parameters are set to NULL by default, hence making them 'optional' to a certain limit.

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Ok I have been looking for this for a while it is the ultimate list of repositories for the Ubuntu 6.06 Dapper Drake distro. It will give you so many program choices you wont know what to do. simply goto your terminal and type sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list (I chose gedit for this because im assuming it is the easiest for people try kate for kde, also nano,vi, and emacs should work) and then add this to the file # Treviño’s Ubuntu Dapper Sources list # http://italy.copybase.ch/blog/?page_id=13 # # Based on source-o-matic (http://www.ubuntulinux.nl/source-o-matic) list # Added extra repository # # If …

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im making a program that gives you the age of the person that enters there date of birth the code i got at the moment is: Private Sub Command1_Click() Dim age As String age = Month(Now) - Text4.Text If age < 0 Then age = 1 Else age = 0 End If Text3.Text = "" Text3.Text = Text3.Text & "Name: " & Text1.Text & vbCrLf Text3.Text = Text3.Text & "Gender: " & Text6.Text & vbCrLf Text3.Text = Text3.Text & "Date of Birth: " & Format(Text2.Text, "##") & "/" & Format(Text4.Text, "##") & "/" & Format(Text5.Text, "####") & vbCrLf Text3.Text = …

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File under the strange things that social networking sites think will stop sex offenders, or maybe that should be really stupid things because Faceparty has [URL="http://www.out-law.com/page-9136"]reportedly[/URL] deleted the accounts of most of its users who are over the age of 36 for just that reasoning. Yep, although it beggars belief, Out-Law.com says that Faceparty claims UK Government law is behind the move even though the particular legislation in question has yet to come into force. It reports that a "huge number of accounts" have been deleted for a number of reasons to do with filtering out the potential sexual predators, …

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The University of Miami in the US has got together with the University of Dundee in Scotland to work with IBM on a project to develop open source software designed specifically to address the needs of older people, and help them to adapt to and remain productive in the 21st century workplace. While I can certainly see that workforces in many developed countries are aging, and at the same time the pool of available younger workers is often shrinking fast, I am not convinced that the answer to lost skills and knowledge as this older workforce retires sits with software, …

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For those who may not have heard, former network leader Novell (who owns SuSE Linux) made a deal with Microsoft exchanging some intellectual property rights. Those in the business-end of IT know that Microsoft is busy applying for thousands of patents concerning Intellectual Property -- have a look at Network Computing and Information Week for all the good details. From Groklaw: Under the Patent Cooperation Agreement, Microsoft commits to a covenant not to assert its patents against Novell's end-user customers for their use of Novell products and services for which Novell receives revenue directly or indirectly from such customers, with …

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What Caused Microsoft to Create DirectX10? It all started with the Windows Error Reporting Tool. Microsoft was collecting hundreds of Bugs per day only for its Operating System. Microsft Found out that 70% of all errors and bad user Experience in Windows XP comes from Graphic Display drivers. First, Microsft saw that most of the Drivers used are not certified (WHQL). Secondly, Microsoft also saw that due to the fact that the Graphic Driver runs in Kernel Mode, if it crashes, it brings the entire Operating System Down. So Microsoft said: “Heck! If we solve the only problem that is …

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Intel officially announced the introduction of 10 Core 2 Duo and Core Extreme microprocessors for desktops, workstations and notebooks. Intel said it has over 550 customer system designs underway, with the CPUs built on 65 nanometre technology. Machines using the desktop chips will be available in early August, while notebooks will become available at the end of that month. Five of the family are aimed for desktops, five for notebook and mobile users. The products were formally codenamed "Cointreau" and "Merom". The chips support 64-32 instructions, so called smart cache which shares L2 cache, wide dynamic execution, and instructions that …

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After months of possible merger information it finally happens and I am surprised at the amount of money that AMD had to spend on this. This is a huge step for both companies. Currently Intel is the lead manufacturer of microprocessors, semiconductors, and graphics chips with AMD being the second for microprocessors and Nvidia and Ati battling it out for second in the graphics chips. Now of course Intel graphics chips are like integrated graphics obviously if you need a high end graphics card you would go with a Nvidia, Ati, or some of the other card manufacturers. The only …

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The world of malware could be turned upon its head if the Blue Pill virtualization based rootkit due to be demonstrated at the [URL="http://syscan.org"]SyScan 06[/URL] Conference, Singapore, in a couple of weeks proves as undetectable as the security researcher who has created it claims. [URL="http://invisiblethings.org/"]Joanna Rutkowska[/URL] is a stealth malware researcher with a Singapore based IT security business, and specializes in rootkit technology. Using AMD's SVM/Pacifica virtualization technology, she has created a working prototype that not only takes complete control of the underlying operating system but also remains 100% undetectable while doing so. The demonstration will be on the Vista …

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I was recently working on a personal project to setup a PVR system for my living room. The first part of this project was relatively easy; I just bought another dell computer. The next step was a little bit complicated, see, personally I would typically like to use an OS that has a portage type system (Gentoo, FreeBSD, etc.), but I felt that I needed a little work on my [url="http://www.rpm.org/"]RedHat Package Management[/url] skills. This required that I use RedHat Enterprise 3 or 4, since the [url="http://fedora.redhat.com/"]Fedora[/url] code uses [url="http://linux.duke.edu/projects/yum/"]Yum[/url] (which I ended up installing anyway). When I first installed …

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At [URL="http://www.supercomp.de/"]ISC2006[/URL], the 21st International Supercomputer Conference, in Dresden, Germany today an interesting announcement was made by [URL="http://www.tyan.com"]Tyan Computer[/URL]: the launch of the Personal Supercomputer. Not quite a desktop machine, it is being marketed as a deskside unit, the [URL="http://www.tyan.com/products/html/clusterservers.html"]Typhoon PSC[/URL] certainly promises to pack quite a punch. The 8 processors and 64Gb RAM delivering a hard hitting maximum 70 Gigaflop punch to be precise. All this in a device no bigger than a couple of standard desktop PCs and bringing low noise and power consumption to what we normally think of as the noisy, high power end of the …

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According to just released research from Michigan based [URL="http://www.onlymyemail.com"]OnlyMyEmail [/URL]Inc it would appear that Sender ID is ineffective as an anti-spam solution. Despite the high profile, and frankly somewhat aggressive PR campaign by [URL="http://www.microsoft.com/mscorp/safety/technologies/senderid/default.mspx"]Microsoft[/URL], the 60 day statistical analysis certainly suggests that it isn’t the Holy Grail of anti-spam that Mr. Gates would have us believe. Across a 60 day period, OnlyMyEmail discovered that emails sent by a domain without a published [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sender_Policy_Framework"]Sender Policy Framework[/URL] (SPF) record were only slightly less likely to be spam than those sent by domains that publish Sender ID information in their DNS records. But, …

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The reports that are popping up all over the web that [URL="http://www.ibm.com"]IBM[/URL], along with [URL="http://www.gatech.edu"]Georgia Tech[/URL], has [URL="http://www.gatech.edu/news-room/release.php?id=1019"]demonstrated [/URL]the world’s fastest ever chip are, sadly, not quite as exciting as you might at first think. Not least because this wasn’t a chip at all, but rather a transistor, and even the least technical minded of people will realize there’s something of a difference between the two. Looking beyond that basic misunderstanding of the facts, the news still fails to excite me as much as it seems to have excited everyone else and here’s for why: Yes, it did run at …

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The triple-gate transistor is not new, almost exactly three years ago on June 12th 2003 at the [URL="http://www.intel.com/pressroom/archive/releases/20030612tech.htm"]Symposia of VLSI Technology and Circuits in Kyoto[/URL], Japan, [URL="http://www.intel.com"]Intel [/URL]was heralding it as the future of chip design. However, the fact that at the same [URL="http://www.vlsisymposium.org/index.html"]Symposium this week in Hawaii[/URL], Intel reveals the technology is moving out of the conceptual research phase and could be used in chip production as soon as 2010 most certainly is newsworthy. Intel has successfully built the transistors which use gates on three sides to control current: a structure that reduces leakage (so less overheating and less …

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Multiple core processors are set to dominate the marketplace by the end of 2007, after [URL="http://www.amd.com"]AMD [/URL]follows [URL="http://www.intel.com"]Intel [/URL]down the ‘more performance for less power’ road. Having already beaten Intel to the dual-core processor punch, the announcement from AMD that it will ship four-core processors for high end desktops, servers and workstations by mid-2007 puts the chip giants back head-to-head once again. Considering the market share that AMD has carved out for itself in such a relatively short time, currently standing at 20%, Intel look a little exposed right now. It was hoping to stall the market slippage with the …

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The End.