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    Re: Writing a custom Filesystem Format

    Thank you so much for that! Seriously, I wasn't aware of the book's existence, the only book I really have is Stroustrup's book the C++ Programming Language.

    I love learning about kernal/file...
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    Re: Writing a custom Filesystem Format

    By chance, searching for how to write my own device driver lead my to the Windows Driver Kit, which includes a built in API for recognizing file systems.

    I wasn't looking specifically for Windows,...
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    Re: Writing a custom Filesystem Format

    I'm not attempting to dispute what he's saying, just trying to understand it, which I actually get now.
    At first I misunderstood what he meant, thinking that drivers would be to integrate the...
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    Re: Writing a custom Filesystem Format

    I'm not referring to the likes of NTFS because, as CMalcheski said, it's a proprietary Microsoft filesystem that wasn't meant to become public.

    I meant something more-or-less basic for testing....
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    Writing a custom Filesystem Format

    There is one thing that I've always wondered about, and yet never seem to find when searching through google, tutorials, or even looking at programming textbooks.
    The question seems easy enough, but...
  6. Re: Calculating planetary coordinates [Physics algorithm]

    ...If a moderator could please close/delete this thread, I'd appreciate it.
    I can't believe I just posted 4 times because I couldn't edit, only to figure out that the sun's initial velocity was what...
  7. Re: Calculating planetary coordinates [Physics algorithm]

    Gah.. **** anti post-editing.
    I found another error, and yet it still doesn't affect my output overly much.

    I realize in the loop I put i++ on the j loop, and I fixed that small error (because...
  8. Re: Calculating planetary coordinates [Physics algorithm]

    I just realized 2 mistakes...
    1) I defined G as being 8.99E-9, when it should have been 6.67E-11, and
    2) I have pluto and neptune's mass equal - when pluto should be 6.58E+23

    still though,...
  9. Calculating planetary coordinates [Physics algorithm]

    I have a very quick question, and I figured because this is an algorithmic question, perhaps someone would be able to answer this for me here.
    I've done a small algorithm in c++ to calculate the...
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