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Hey guys I'm having trouble figuring out how to calculate the standard divination of an array in Java. As you can see I have already calculated the mean, and I know that at the end I will have to divide by the sample size minus 1 (n-1) and square that …

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I have no idea how to write in Python. Please help me with this! Best answer if you write the program! Central Limit Theorem I Goal Write a python program that will use your accept / reject Monte Carlo algorithm to demonstrate the central limit theorem. Recall: The central limit …

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Hello programmers! I have been working on STL algorithms for some time now as a beginner, and I started doing an exercise, among which is the task of `use the fill algorithm to fill the entire array of strings named items with "hello"`. My code for this is below: // …

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So I just finished up a way to solve Standard Form Quadratic Equations, Now I want to code a way to automatically Convert a given Standard Form equation to Vertex Form, or Vertex to Standard. Is it possible due to the fact that you have to get a perfect square …

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// 9-2. If we define the name function as a plain, nonconst member // function, what other functions in our system must change and why? based on the question, the answer would be // answer bool compare(const Student_info&, const Student_info&); // because this function uses the member function as it's …

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i was searching for a code to perform binary XOR addition. Exams coming up, and needed to a quick way to create and verify standard array tables. However, i didnt find anything substantial on the internet, so made my own version of it. can anyone take a look and tell …

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Hello, I'm fairly new to python and I've currently run into a road block in this problem. I set up this code: def average(the_list): return the average of the list def deltalist(the_list,a): return a list which is each of the element of the_list subtracted by a def squarelist(lst): return a …

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#include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #define MAXSIZE 6 int main(int argc, char** argv) { float stddeviation, deviation, sumsqr, variance, mean, x, t, m, sum=0, max, min; int numdatapts, k; FILE * inFile; inFile = fopen("Uniform93.data", "r"); if(inFile == NULL){ printf("\nError opening file. Abort program.\n"); exit(1); } for (k = 1; k …

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This is my code so far: #include <iostream> #include <cmath> #include <cstdlib> using namespace std; int main() { float numbers[15]; float sum, lowest, highest; float min, max, range, stDev, mean, median; int indexOfMin; float above = 0, below = 0; sum = 0; for(int testNum = 0; testNum < 15; …

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I am getting ready to write a programming competition on Tuesday (the Canadian Computing Competition) and I remember that last year it said that only standard libraries can be used. I was having trouble deciding which libraries are standard. I ended up using windows.h and when I suddenly realized that …

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This is something I've been slightly obsessing over recently. Say for example you were asked to create a two-column design, I would do this by floating the left column left, giving it a width, and giving the right column a left margin equal to the left column + about 20px. …

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I've been given a basic form of programming to do. And I simply cannot figure it out. I know this topic has been covered several times before. But each of them going around the one crucial step that I need to complete my programming. My instructor insists that the 24 …

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OK so I found an old server laying around our company that has win2k3 Standard x86 SP1 OEM channel. After a few days of tinkering and my boss remembering a few old passwords I regained access to the machine. However, we can't find any software or manuals for the machine. …

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Is there any way to inline just some selective calls to a particular function not all of them? by function I also mean class operators like assignment operator, constructors like copy constructor. The only form I know is declaring function as such at beginning and that's supposed to effect all …

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I need help with converting standard time to military time through a button. Then being able to use another button to convert back.

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Hi all of you, Iam creating a Inventory System on vb.net and I need some image for like new,search,delete copy cut edit etc can any Help me from I get all this Images, I try to search in google bt I did't get thanks In Advance

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suppose we have following function: [CODE]void someFunction(int * araye){ for (int i=0;i<5;i++) cout <<araye[i]<<' '; cout <<'\n'; }[/CODE] can we pass an array to this function by following syntax, under upcoming c++0x standards? : [CODE]someFunction({1,2,3,4,5});[/CODE] if that's true, will we even be able to use this syntax in any case …

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was the idea of nested functions considered to be useless during the time of developing older c++ standard, because its usage is basically covered by another concept like object-oriented programming; or it wasn't implemented just as a matter of simplification?

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so i have a little issue here. i have a program that creates a list of random numbers, for sake of example here it is: [CODE] public class RandomSeq { public static void main(String[] args) { int n = Integer.parseInt(args[0]); for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) System.out.println(Math.random()); …

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Suppose we have following two classes: [CODE=c++] class Temp{ public: char a; char b; }; class Final{ private: int a; char b; char c; public: Final(Temp in):b(in.a),c(in.b){} //rest of implementation };[/CODE] can we initialize an object of the Final class with following syntax in upcoming c++0x standard: [CODE=c++] Final obj(Temp{'a','b'});[/CODE]

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Can anyone tell me what GUI to use? And is there a GUI similar or same like standard library? Thanks in advance.

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Hello there, I am trying to figure out the advantages of C++ STL containers over C. Correct me if I am wrong. a)in C++ containers classes are standardized. C doesn't have any standardized libraries for data structures beyond the native array type. b)each of these containers in C++ has member …

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Hi everyone, can you help me please with then following?? a)The C++ Standard Template Library (STL) contains a number of container data types, explain with suitable examples the advantages these give to the programmer over a procedural language such as C. b)Demonstrate using suitable code the usage of the STL …

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what is the best suitable LAN protocol/technology for a law budget school network connected to a WAN to which the LAN must provide streeming and real time video? will gigabit ethernet be as good idea? or is Wi-Fi suitable? or perhaps CAT5 or fibre optics?

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"The great thing about standards is that every company gets to have one." The first time I heard that expression was around 1995. Proclaimed by Joel Shore, a former-boss-now-friend, it was one of the many truisms at the time. A good many standards bodies and arbiters have cropped up since …

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The [URL=http://www.iso.org/iso/home.htm]International Organization for Standardization[/URL] today announced that Adobe’s Portable Document Format is now an ISO standard. Well it’s about time! The PDF has only [URL=http://www.adobe.com/pdf/about/history/] been around[/URL] for 15 years! This is great news for all areas of publishing, for Web developers and Web site admins, even operating system …

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The battle between Sony’s Blu-Ray and Toshiba’s HD-DVD has been a drawn out one, with nary a sniff of resolution in sight, and has seen likely to plunge consumers back into a situation similar to the VHS v BetaMax videotape battles of the 1980s. But a recent move by HP …

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