Can someone help me on my database with regards that the records can be prone to data redundancy.. pls help to avoid record redundancy on my database.... How do I check if the record that i will be input is existing on my database.. and i want to prompt the user if the record is exist and adding this data will be cancel. here is my code for save button,pls have an example with codes so that i could clearly understand ...thanks!! :D rs = New ADODB.Recordset With rs 'check if important item is null ' If txtappln.Text = "" …

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consider the following program #include<iostream.h> #include<fstream.h> void main() { int no; ifstream fin; ofstream fout; fout.open("create,dat",ios::app); fout<<"What is your fav. number"; fin>>no; fout<<no; fout.close(); } NOW HERE IS THE PROBLEM WHILE THE PROGRAM IS RUNNING PERFECTLY AND THE NUMBER IS BEING STORED IN A .DAT FILE BUT THE NUMBER IS NOT GETTING DISPLAYED IN THE NORMAL OUTPUT MODE (WHICH COMES UP WHEN YOU COMPILE AND RUN A PROGRAM,CTR+F9) Also i dont want to write cout followed by fout because that will double the number of lines nd make my program redundant though i know that it will work but still …

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I am trying to implement process pairs redundancy (process level redundancy) in c/c++. basically there is a active core process 1 running on one system and its standby copy, process 2, is running on other system. When ever the active one goes down the standby becomes active and executes the rest of the processing.Mean while the process 1 which went down rebootes and it now behaves as the standby process. Now there is another process 3 on another system which is sending some (TCP) messages to the active process (may be process 1 or 2 depending which is currently the …

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