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    In fact it is not only applicable to GUIs but to...

    In fact it is not only applicable to GUIs but to quite a lot of different areas (server side, embedded etc.) as well --the trend is simple, people prefer OO over procedural and managed over...
  2. What I was thinking was that may be you have a...

    What I was thinking was that may be you have a symlink to /dev/printer (the printing device) in your executing dir and that some char (or char combination) from your terminal would be mapped to it....
  3. Does this problem occur when you are in a...

    Does this problem occur when you are in a specific directory or everywhere?
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    There is nothing special going on here. Emails...

    There is nothing special going on here. Emails are sent in this way only. The trick is to get a sendmail (like) server running on something that has a global IP address. Every mailing service does...
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    I heard of Cappuccino sometime back. Back then it...

    I heard of Cappuccino sometime back. Back then it was a paper that had appeared in the ACM. I could not find it but while googling for it I found this instead Jazillian: Translating legacy code to...
  6. I see this thread is much like the one you...

    I see this thread is much like the one you started sometime back. Might I suggest that you do not repeat the same question in another thread?

    Well now for flash and VB. Yes you can program in VB...
  7. Not quite. I have seen a lot of proprietary code...

    Not quite. I have seen a lot of proprietary code for Linux and absolutely nothing stops you from selling your code. Similarly, you can write open source code for Windows. In short, license has got...
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    Edit your /etc/fstab so that the line...

    Edit your /etc/fstab so that the line corresponding to / looks like this (assuming /dev/sda5 is your root partition.


    /dev/sda5 / ext3 ro 1 1


    To find out which partition is root (/) use...
  9. I will like to quote from the The Pragmatic...

    I will like to quote from the The Pragmatic Programmer

    "If you are used to IDEs at your workplace try editors and makefiles at home and vice-versa".

    Both teach you something and while editors...
  10. Python (and for that matter) no language has got...

    Python (and for that matter) no language has got anything to do with a particular distribution. It can run on any Linux OS that has the python interpreter available on it (and some people have...
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    Thanks to both of you. Not going for MS fonts....

    Thanks to both of you. Not going for MS fonts. Using dejavu. They are much simpler.
  12. It is against the forum rules to continue a...

    It is against the forum rules to continue a discussion which is not relevant to the thread. So I would be more that glad to take this discussion offline (which means that you shld use the personal...
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    Buffalo

    I stumbled upon this. Thought you might enjoy reading it.
  14. [On the quote] Oh... they come from Pike's book...

    [On the quote]
    Oh... they come from Pike's book (Notes on C programming). If you haven't done so already, get a copy of it (or better get a copy of The practice of programming, again by him). They...
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    [SOLVED] Suggest me some good fonts

    Hi

    I am running opensuse 10.3 on a laptop. Please suggest me some good fonts. The default fonts used by the system appear very rough (as in _not_smooth). Now, I don't want a fancy look but instead...
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    Will sound silly but it works echo | mail...

    Will sound silly but it works



    echo | mail -s <blah blah>


    Yes you are echoing nothing there, its just a space.
  17. Think about it. Is it possible? Even if some...

    Think about it. Is it possible? Even if some routine claims it can do so, it might be doing so internally. So your runtime efficiency would be unaffected.

    P.S:- In short there is no way you can it...
  18. Are you trying to replace white spaces to get...

    Are you trying to replace white spaces to get tabs? And as Cabhan said attach files (input.txt and desired_output.txt).
  19. Absolutely. It does run well on Linux. But I...

    Absolutely. It does run well on Linux. But I don't find many open source Java projects out there to which I can contribute.
  20. It is C++ and C as Moe put it. Perl is another...

    It is C++ and C as Moe put it. Perl is another language that I see a lot (Python is quite like Perl and also appears in many places).

    I feel most comfortable with C# and Java and find myself quite...
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    I find the standard man pages quite informative....

    I find the standard man pages quite informative.

    man 5 crontab
    Or for a web-format goto:
    crontab(5)
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    Make sure you are using vim ver. 7.0+. I prefer...

    Make sure you are using vim ver. 7.0+. I prefer the solution suggested by ypankaj.
  23. The values should be a list with elements as what...

    The values should be a list with elements as what your are using as values now.
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    Keeping off until 4.1.

    Keeping off until 4.1.
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    Gnome right click freeze

    Hi

    I recently entered this into the Gnome bug reporter (Bug 517030). But I am posting it here so as to find out if anyone here has faced the problem before? (The forum search shows nothing)
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