for a two-way sync between Infusionsoft and Dispute Suite that would sync any time that an opportunity status was changed inside of Infusionsoft, it would update the contact's status in Dispute suite and visa versa (status change in Dispute Suite syncs to Infusionsoft). Here is Dispute Suite: http://www.disputesuite.com/

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I've been coding since 1966 and have seen a number of languages come and go and also held up as "THE" language. When Microsoft came out with Visual Basic 3/4/5/6 (Classic NOT Net), and with VBA as part of their office suite, I jumped on it and never looked back as it could not only develop rapidly, get the power I needed with API calls, and had the ability to maintain a program years later with little effort without fightly with a language syntax that was obsure especially if I had not used it for a bit. Microsoft forced the …

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Hi. i need some help with this game i want to simulate with c++ (with the graphics.h library). i want to make a replica of Pacman. i already built the map, but now i got stuck: #1. i don't know how can i avoid the walls/obstacles (i have a blurry idea of an array (but i don't know if the array will suite the map i've drawn); #2. i can't get the arrow input. for ex. if the user presses the right arrow, the appropriate drawing function will be called... i've attached the code too ty

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How Effective is SEO PowerSuite Software Tools?

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I got it to run but for some reason they incorrectly implemented the "chown" call. Here are some examples of how it is implemented in their test scripts: chown ${n0} 123 456 (where path is first) -u 65534 -g 65532,65531 -- chown ${n0} -1 65532 (where options are set before the actual call) (found from chown test script 00) I just don't get it. Originally I thought the test script would parse everything and set up the call properly after reading in the test line. However, when running the suite, every single chown test fails. I seem to be the …

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