Hello everyone its been a while, btw this fresh look its freaking awesome i love it! :) So i got in mind an idea which i want to try it, selling remote controls for tv online. I need an list or something which i can find the TV model number by remote control number. For example, this is remote control for samsung tv's AA59-00582A But not for all. How can i know for what exact tv models is for? Sorry for my english i tried to explain best. xD Thanks and keep it up Dani :))

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I frequently find myself looking for files on my computer. 99.9% of the time I am looking for a file by name rather than by contents. Typically there are two ways to find a file when you don't know what folder it is in. You can do it from the command line as in D:\ dir *partname* /s This generally takes quite a while with the larger drives/partitions in use these days. You can also go to an Explorer window and type something in the search box. I find this horribly slow as well. For my purposes, I want a …

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I had a interal disk that wouldn't show in the finder at all but was showing as mounted on disk utility. I could get to the disk through a file alias so I know the disk was there and working. I tried numious posts including this one (http://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/apple/mac-os-x/threads/94420/hard-drive-not-visible-mac-osx) with not luck. I figured it must be a permissions problem, so I ran the termal command to show all hidden files (without the brackets): (defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles YES) (killall Finder) And Behold the HD was there as a hiddden file. Then I found another termail command that makes hidden files …

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Guys.. Is there any app(iOs/And) to find the specific location of a user ? Or is there a way I can find a specific location ? Please let me know.

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I'm trying to make a program where you enter the number you want to find primes up to which then lists all the primes up to that number... But I enter 100 then it just sits there... Here's my code so far: [CODE]#include <iostream> #include <cmath> int prime(int); int main() { using namespace std; int upto; int current = 3; cout << "Find primes up to: "; cin >> upto; while(current < upto){ cout << prime(current) << endl; } system("pause"); return 0; } int prime(int p) { int test = p - 1; while(test > -1){ if(test == 0){ return …

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im trying to make so one if has two outcomes ex: if(prime % chk == 0) prime++ (and) chk++; i want to know how to put (and) into code so it does both if prime % chk == 0 this is what i have for my prime finder [CODE]class Number { static public void main(String[] args) { int prime = 3; int test = 2; int fin = 0; int chk = prime - 1; while (fin < 100) { if(prime % chk == 0) prime++ + chk++; else chk--; if(chk == 0) System.out.println(prime); if(chk == 0) prime++; } } …

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