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  1. Benifits of C#?

    This is definitely an opinion thing, but I was wondering what serious benefits C# offered over its closest relatives Java and C++? Namely the ones...

    Started by kkubasik, 08-16-2005
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  2. Is there a .deb for Survey software?

    I have been searching for easy to use Survey software to do some academic research into the barriers to Open Source Software adoption for users of...

    Started by banjax, 08-18-2005
    • Replies: 0
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  3. Bash script help

    Hi people, I am learning Bash script. Can someone help me on this ques pls.? How to write a bash script that kills all the processes executing a...

    Started by evergreen, 08-18-2005
    • Replies: 1
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  4. writing a daemon

    i want to write a daemon that mount ISO/CramFS images by demand. this means that you do something like(after that the daemon is working): ...

    Started by urielka, 08-17-2005
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  5. "outputFile << string" won't output

    I'm writing an encryption program that uses fractal equations. I've debugged the errors in the code, but for some reason the output file it...

    Started by Shiro-no-WiREd, 08-17-2005
    • Replies: 1
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  6. using other languages with python

    i know that using Python you can intergrate other langauges such as C++ and C but how is this done?? can you mix them up and the compiler knows the...

    Started by andrew playford, 08-17-2005
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 1,030
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  7. Python IDE

    Hi, I just started learning Python a little while ago, and it seems to suit me pretty well, Do any of you happen to know of a good Python IDE or two...

    Started by Javasnob, 08-17-2005
    • Replies: 3
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  8. Daemon Template

    I am using a daemon template from http://shearer.org/en/daevel/ This daemon is simple, it listens on a port, and returns back whatever it gets on...

    Started by thekonqueror, 08-17-2005
    • Replies: 1
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  9. reserving space on the disk for sparse files

    HI All, Currently i am using SLES9 and i am creating sparse files using "dd" system call. However i need to reserve space for these sparse files on...

    Started by madhukirant, 08-16-2005
    • Replies: 3
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  10. strlen() in the g++ compiler

    What's the proper syntax for the String length function (strlen()) when using the g++ compiler for C++? I need to get something like for&#40;int i=0;...

    Started by Shiro-no-WiREd, 08-16-2005
    • Replies: 3
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  11. How to ensure application cleanup

    I'm writting an application which can be started in following three manners: 1. At the user login . Placing the application at appropriate location...

    Started by bhopal.singh, 08-17-2005
    • Replies: 1
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  12. designing a multiplayer game in java

    hi guys i have an assignment on designing a simple mutiplayer game using java could someone suggest some graphic libraries and some links or...

    Started by gagan_goku, 08-16-2005
    • Replies: 3
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  13. form & menu (ncurses) tutorial

    I found something in ncurses-HowTo but there is not much information about these topics, and also the sample exaples are very simple. Can you...

    Started by koli, 08-16-2005
    • Replies: 0
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  14. Render Farm

    I am writing a render farm using bash... its a bit of a loaded question One of the big hurdles I need to pass is managing network computers. I am...

    Started by jacobhb, 08-16-2005
    • Replies: 3
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  15. Any body working on Kdeveloper

    I am trying to make a simple dictionary with kdeveloper. It's my first work. I can't compile it. getting this error: Help me. Give me some...

    Started by S. M. Ibrahim, 08-16-2005
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  16. How to define "check_err" function

    Hi folks, I have following simple script#! /bin/sh LOGFILE=/tmp/log.$$ export LFS=/mnt/lfs # No need to check this for errors mount...

    Started by satimis, 08-15-2005
    • Replies: 5
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  17. clear screen

    I am new to programming on linux. i use a fedora core 3. I want to know the equivalent function to clrscr(); in normal borland c for the gcc...

    Started by bubby, 08-13-2005
    • Replies: 2
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  18. SIGSEGV for localtime_r call

    I have a program, which use the time function, when I test it in a smaller testing program, it works well. But when I use the same function in my...

    Started by dragondad, 08-15-2005
    • Replies: 1
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  19. need advice on python gui enviroment

    Hey there, i have begun learning python and need to develope a couple of gui apps for my work so i am looking for advice as to which environment to...

    Started by nephish, 08-09-2005
    • Replies: 3
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  20. Python, anyone???

    ho do i make a button active i can get up the GUI with buttons that display words but how to i make the buttons do something when i click on them at...

    Started by andrew playford, 08-14-2005
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 970
    08-15-2005 Go to last post

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