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I tried trafficlub and it sucks! I switched to namedrive now, and the same domain i got $1 per click is now getting .03 cents from namedrive, and dont tell me about fabulous cause they just suck, they send you australian checks and it not accepted in north america, i had to pay 250 US to collection agency to collect a check for 480 US LOL Please let me know who you think is the best?

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I am currently working on my thesis which consists of a mobile parking application. It's basic function is that of finding a car spot for the user. I would like to find some computer science challenges within this scenario. An algorithm that will boost my mobile app or something of that sort. Do you have any ideas? Or maybe some place to search?(I'm a final year computer science undergrad student btw) Thanks!

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Please, please please someone help me. This might sound a little pathetic but I cannot figure this out for the life of me, it compiles just fine but i get the complete wrong output. Here is all the code I have. The problem: Write an application a that calculate the parking fee for a car for one day. The parking garage changes a $2.00 minimum fee for up to 3 hours. The garage charges an additional $0.50 per hour for each hour or partial hour in excess of three hours. The maximum charge is $10.00 for a 24 hour period. …

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A university wants to aumomate the parking area present inside the premise. Students and faculty members are required to buy passes in order to park their vehicals in the parking lot. The different types of passes available are : Cars : Weekly pass : 70 rs Monthly pass : 280 Rs Yearly pass : 3000 Rs 2 wheelers Weekly pass : 35 rs Monthly pass : 140 Rs Yearly pass : 1500 Rs Further more there are discounts available for different types of parking customers : Students : 0% Faculty : 10% Dean / Principle / Directors : 50% Design …

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Write a C program in to calculate the parking fare for customers who park their cars in a parking lot when the following information is given: A. A character showing the type of vehicle : C for car, B for bus, T for truck. B. An integer between 0 and 24 showing the hour the vehicle entered the lot. C. An integer between 0 and 60 showing the minute the vehicle entered the lot. D. An integer between 0 and 24 showing the hour the vehicle entered the lot. E. An integer between 0 and 60 showing the minute the …

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Write a C program in to calculate the parking fare for customers who park their cars in a parking lot when the following information is given: A. A character showing the type of vehicle : C for car, B for bus, T for truck. B. An integer between 0 and 24 showing the hour the vehicle entered the lot. C. An integer between 0 and 60 showing the minute the vehicle entered the lot. D. An integer between 0 and 24 showing the hour the vehicle entered the lot. E. An integer between 0 and 60 showing the minute the …

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You are to write a program to track the vehicles that are parked in and out of a parking lot. When the program runs, the user should be able to the total and available parking spaces. The program should also display the menu: [1] In [2] Out [3] View Parking Status [4] Summary of Transactions [5] Exit Technical Implementation: Represent the parking spaces as a structure with 10 elements. Functionalities [1] In – display the available parking spaces, ask the user for the desired parking location. Check if the desired parking location is empty or not. If it is not …

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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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A handful of folks in Brooklyn may have found a way to put the idea of virtual communities and social networks to use in a practical way. Think Foursquare combined with the utility of commuting, as one organizer put it. Roadify is described as "the first comprehensive 'social transportation' company, combining social networking with a wealth of published transit information." [ATTACH]15796[/ATTACH]I sat down with Dylan Goelz, who is in charge of marketing and community outreach for Roadify, to find out more about the "social transportation" start-up. Park Slope, Brooklyn makes up one square mile of the borough and is home …

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