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  1. Poll Poll: Which programming language?

    Which programming language do you prefer? I personaly use C and Perl but I'm planing to start learning Java.

    Started by Fallen Angel, 03-13-2005
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  2. reading Directory contents (files) with C++

    Hi everybody, Does anyone know a clean way to get a filelisting from a given dir in linux? I need to edit multiple files in a C++ prog and I...

    Started by Pim, 03-17-2005
    • Replies: 2
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  3. Compilation error

    I have downloaded the Kannel (wap gateway) source code from, but I have a problem while compiling. Some of the header files are missing I...

    Started by bejoy_20, 03-15-2005
    • Replies: 7
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  4. Easy Pogramming Language

    Are there any easy programming languages in Linux, something that is similar to visual basic or Qbasic, also what are some powerful programming...

    Started by Dude500, 03-12-2005
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  5. Searching for code that converts Still images(JPEG) to MPEG

    I am searching for a C pgm. that will convert consecutive still JPEG images into a single corresponding MPEG file. if any body can provide any...

    Started by s_mayuresh, 03-16-2005
    • Replies: 1
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  6. How to kill current process ?

    Hi guys,i got to aplogies that the title is rather misleading, its not just from the command prompt killing my process.Here is the scenerio i am...

    Started by tanweeyang, 03-16-2005
    • Replies: 3
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  7. [Project] GtkPopupServer develope further?

    So I created some minor application. It is very early version, but it's usable and can be seen what is the main idea. Short story: I found...

    Started by Elmo, 03-16-2005
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  8. Using grep to multifile find and replace

    I've googled, and I can't find an article that goes beyond "This is grep. It can find stuff. Here are regular expressions. They match stuff." ...

    Started by ISULars, 03-15-2005
    • Replies: 9
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  9. how to Scan stdin input

    Hi! For a spesific script i want to scan the stdin input without effecting the other operation. Is it possible to scan stdin buffer while running...

    Started by gydave, 03-15-2005
    • Replies: 1
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  10. help with BPF

    Hi, #if HAVE_BPF /* * BPF, by default, will buffer packets inside the kernel until * either the timer expires (which...

    Started by anamikasoni, 03-15-2005
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  11. GDB help

    Hi, I need to debug my program and I'm doing it using gdb (tht's the only one I know of in Linux -- if anything else better please suggest).... ...

    Started by anamikasoni, 03-14-2005
    • Replies: 4
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  12. bash: work with characters

    i would like to allow options like '-av' instead of only '-a -v' and therefor need to read individual characters from a string. does bash have...

    Started by glurps, 03-14-2005
    • Replies: 2
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  13. linux source question

    I'm new to computer programing I'm just starting to learn C++(only been like a month i'm only like 20 pages into a book about it) and I got the...

    Started by jwlx, 03-13-2005
    • Replies: 3
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  14. grep and awk

    Hi, I am using grep and awk to parse a file. Suppose that my parsing goes something like this grep -w "1234" x.txt | grepo -w "r" | awk '{print...

    Started by allycavs, 03-11-2005
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  15. Displaying content of variable in printf statement?

    I was hoping someone could tell me why I cant get the filename to display from the print statement: printf("The largest file in the current...

    Started by TexAus, 03-12-2005
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  16. Problems programming a USB device

    Hi, I'm trying to write a program that gets some info from a USB device. I have the software that does the same thing... under windows... so I...

    Started by p4nzer, 03-14-2005
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  17. Shell Program

    I am programming the following simple shell program. It works for the most part, things like 'ls' and 'ps' work just fine. However when I add...

    Started by TexasGuy, 03-12-2005
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  18. arrays

    i have populatedan array uising the following droppedPackets_ID=$(grep -w "d" /home/Project/ | awk '{print $12;}') is it possible to get...

    Started by allycavs, 03-12-2005
    • Replies: 2
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  19. A simple program, which makes my box crashed....

    Hi! I just want to make a small program to run, but I failed. Please Help. This program tries to do 2 things: (1) first put all the stuff to the...

    Started by walking, 03-11-2005
    • Replies: 3
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  20. decimal values condition for a "for" loop

    Hi, What I have is a for loop. Just to keep it simple We say I have a value called errPercentage=0.0 I want a for loop to loop while...

    Started by allycavs, 03-10-2005
    • Replies: 5
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    03-12-2005 Go to last post

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