Perhaps a bit of a strange question. What if I had designed a new quick, superquick sort and posted the code on DaniWeb first? Later I could make a scientific article out of my effort. Would I still be the owner? Or would it be Dani or DaniWeb?

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Hello guys, I am working on something at work. We actually have a server whereby all the profiles of users working on citrix are stored. there is a routine work that we do to take ownership on a profile, rename the profile and copy the files of the old profile to the new one. WHen i say profile it is basically a folder with sub folders and files. I wrote a little automation script on notepad ++ to do that but the thing is that there is no inheritance on the profiles so it is taking ownership only on the …

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Hi all, I have spent a long time on this problem and trawled all the forums. Much of the discussion is old. I have two Windows 8 computers, set up for file sharing, but the process is not exactly even, perhaps becuase the desktop is a private computer and the laptop is a work one, or more likely because there is something wrong with the permissions on the desktop. That would be easy to tease out if someone knew about it. I have looked at all the links, and tried numerous solutions, though. On the laptop, I can open the …

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Hello folks. i am into online fashion business which i started with my friends 2 years back in a partnership. we are 6 people, however domain is owned by just one 1 partner whose activites have become highly suspicious these days. so i want to ask you guys if its possible to have more than one owners of a particular domain? is it possible that the ownership of our website domain becomes "shared" in 6 partners? Cheers!

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Hello, I'm trying to write a script which is listing files based on different preferences, like filetype or permissions. All is fine, except for one: I want to list files in /home which has a different owner than the home directory it is in. Here is an example: /home/UserA is the directory, and /home/UserA/foobar.txt is the file, that is owned by UserB. If I would have to use a fixed user, this wouldn't be a problem, as I could just do [CODE]find /home/UserA \! -user UserA -exec echo "{}" is not owned by UserA \;[/CODE] But I don't know, how …

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[B]Beginner's guide to C++0x: Avoiding Memory Problems by Design of Ownership[/B] If you ever read any resources on C++ programming or object-oriented programming, you must have heard some rethorics like "inheritance is for the [I]is a[/I] relation, composition is for the [I]has a[/I] relation". Is that all? Is that the end of the story? What is the underlying motivation for this dichotomy? What if my case fits neither category? The point of this tutorial is to answer those questions and show how to translate the answers into real C++0x code. This tutorial is really about thinking about the relationships between …

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I was just reading an interesting column that was discussing how to choose where to use certain keywords, whether it be in organic search efforts or PPC. While the authors present a hypothetical scenario of a company with mutiple products/business units fighting for ownership of certain keywords and how to approach the decision of who gets the keywords. I am curious to know if outside of large companies is there really an issue or can you easily use the same keywords for both organic search and PPC?

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The End.