Hello, So I have a PHP page where I can enter my name, address, phone #, etc. I have some of these fields designed to be required information. If I do not enter something in the required fields, then information I have in other fields are lost when I submit the information. For instance let's say "Name", "Address", and "Phone number" are set as required fields, If I were to enter my name and address, but not my phone number and submitted the information, the page would refresh and display "Each field is required", however the fields marked name and …

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This program is supposed to shuffle a Deck of cards and display them so I know it is working correctly. But one of the values displayed is -858993460 which is not possible when it should only be between 1 and 52. Obviously there is some sort of data loss going on but I cannot figure out what exactly it is. Please help me solve this, thank you. #include "stdafx.h" #include <algorithm>//swap #include <iostream> #include <ctime> //system clock #include <cstdlib> //random using namespace std;//Swap lives in std namespace const int nLow=0; //lists of constants const int nHigh=52; const int nSize=52; int …

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**edit** I just realized that Im on a single core machine atm (stupid work machine), so theortically the server isint actually executing on the CPU 50% of the time (while the client is running), so packets would be lost right? Or is there something else im missing alltogether? Ill post back once ive had a chance to run this code on my quad core at home. **/edit** Hello everybody. Im using Datagrams to create a UDP client / server relationship. This is my first real networking coding, with the exception of a little bit of TCP a while back. This …

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1. Stop writing any data to memory card anymore 2. Recover lost data in time 3. Choose data recovery software with pertinence. Watch out when performing memory card data recovery operations 4. Back up original data in advance if it is allowed. These four points are good for guaranteeing perfect memory card data recovery

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is it possible in vb.net to save automatically records in mysql database during brownout or power supply loss? I want to develop an application in vb.net that is able to save records automatically when there is a power failure. I need ideas. Thank you.

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Hello, I have a repeater that has multiple controls in them such as checkboxes, dropdownlists and textboxes. In my case I have a repeater with two items in it. The first items list works fine, but the second has two textboxes returning the initial value that was bound on page load while other controls in the the second repeater item works fine. I've been searching for an answer for countless hours and have been unable to find an answer, if anyone can help that would be greatly appreciated. I do not have the code on hand but its very similar …

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Hey there, I am currently a student seeking a degree in Business but also understand the importance of technology so I am minoring in Information Technology. I am curious about ERP systems as that is what I am learning about in my Management Information Systems class. ERP systems seem to be the future for business operations and I was wondering if anyone sees them being easier to implement in the future? And if they do become easier, why would that be? I understand now that ERP systems can take a very long time to get working smoothly in some businesses …

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Hi Whilst I have checked both the HTML and CSS for errors and have found none I have an issue with rendering using IE8 and IE7. IE9 is fine as are the other browsers. When I click on the navbar, the display loses all styling and displays for a second or less a default white background and text stretching across the full width of the display. Since my website background is a very dark shade of grey, almost black, the effect is most unpleaant. Has anyone any idea why this is happening? Geoff

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Hello Guys, One of the unfortunate hazards of being a webmaster is the lack of movement and activity while you actually work. This usually results in problems with your weight especially if you like eating and have a slow metabolism. Unfortunately this has been the case for me for quite a while. Since 2001, I have had huge weight swings going from 70 KG (155 LBS) to 120 KG (265 LBS) and then back to 80 KG (177 LBS) back in 2008 after 12 months of sports and fitness. Due to a few personal problems and lack of movement, I …

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Hi All, I have a problem on one of my site where I have Quintum VOIP gateways in 2 separate buildings that are connected with a Fiber link. When running the ping command I loose packets to the Quintums but not to PC's. Today their Exchange server went down and for a while I had no packet loss. When removing the Quintums from their network and putting them on a separate switch, I get no packet loss.We have moved the Quintums to different switches, replaced the patch leads. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you Max

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The network of South Korea's biggest bank Nonghyup broke down for 3 days after a suspected cyber attack, leaving tens of thousands of customers unable to access their money ,AFP reproted. I am in charge of a bank Internet department work which our side will be held responsible for all the consequences arising therefrom in the event that something was come up as mentioned above. Our department are suffering for server data security under the pressure of higher-ups.we are exploring possible paths and looking for some data recovery and data loss prevention hardware for ending the stalemate. We were merely …

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Hey guys, help me out! It's a long read, but please have patience, I really need you! I am running Windows 7 on a 500 GB SATA HDD. I have 4 partitions, and had wanted to expand the size of my 4th partition. So I burnt a [B]GParted[/B] disk (0.6.2) and then booted into it, resized the partition (moved 30 GB off from D:, added it to E:, then moved it to F:, which is the partition I wanted to expand) and when I started the process, in a few minutes, it threw some Read/Write error and quit. So when …

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[ATTACH=right]16006[/ATTACH][I]Part dedicated professional, part creative thinker and part con man.[/I] On a weekly basis a major corporation’s data is compromised in a most public fashion – in an instant slaughtering consumer confidence and bringing immediate disgrace. Who doesn’t remember the Google Aurora attacks and AT&T’s iPad data leak exposing 114,000 users personal information and costing them millions? Yet unbeknownst to the public, legions of ethical hackers (AKA penetration testers) are quietly pilfering passwords, war-driving, finding vulnerabilities and brute forcing their way into protected systems… and doing so with great ease. How much ease? According to Michael Miora, President & Founder …

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Hello All, I am in a bit of a computer crisis right now... I am quite knowledgeable when it comes to fixing computers however I am currently having a hard disk issue that I've never experienced before. I was reformatting my Uncle's Computer (XP Pro, P4, 2.4Ghz, 2.5Gb Ram, 80Gb IDE Drive) I installed a new copy of XP Pro Service Pack 3 and everything was working great, I then added all the files i had backed up to the PC as well as some software that I am familiar with and have used many times. I started having issues …

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There has been no shortage of data loss by the military over the last year or so, from [URL="http://www.itwire.com/content/view/22897/53/"]US Army files found on eBay MP3 player[/URL] through to more than [URL="http://www.microsoft.com/uk/publicsector/government/information-governance/secure-data-disposal.aspx"]600 laptops going missing from the UK Ministry of Defence[/URL]. However, usually these losses concern data such as names and addresses, maybe some financial information. Serious enough to bring more than a small amount of blushing to the cheeks of those responsible for securing such information in the first place. Imagine, then, just how embarrassed the Ministry of Defence must be right now after it has emerged that no less …

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