Hello Everyone, I wanted to start on a personal project to see how much energy I was using when I had my laptop, tablet or phone plugged into an electrical outlet. I have no idea where to start and was wondering if anyone could get me pointed in the right direction. I was thinking of trying to write my own volt meter application and using a timer to see how much power is being used. Any help is appreciated and also what language would work best for this project? Thank you.

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Hello I'm new to programming and I'm trying to make a java application that will "hear" (not record necessarily) the sound and display how loud is.I'm thinking of converting the sound recordings to numbers,so I can see the difference on the sound levels.I got this code and I added the "getLevel()" method,which returns the amplitude of the current recording,but it's returning -1 everytime.I guess I'm not using it properly. Any ideas how I must call this method?I have to deliver my project in a week,so any help will be much appreciated! public class Capture extends JFrame { protected boolean running; …

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A city known for its liberal views and progressive trends has just blazed another trail for the country to follow. The San Francisco Metro Transit Authority (SFMTA) has begun testing a new supply and demand based parking meter system at 6,000 of its 25,000 metered parking spots in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Urban Partnership Congestion Initiative. Phase one of the SF[I]park[/I] project, a two-year, $27 million federally funded program, is currently underway in Hayes Valley, with the installation of the first 190 meters over the past two weeks. [ATTACH]16454[/ATTACH] The project is designed with the San Fran …

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Our teacher have asked us to make a program in C language to read the difference between two cities in km, m, cm, inches and feets... I have tried every hell to make this work... I am not able to combine it all together... please help!!! I am so confused. here is sum rough work i have done: km-1 m-km/1000 cm-m/1000 1inch-2.54cm 1feet-12 inch thx!!!

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The End.