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November 30th, 2012, 02:11 AM
Try replacing the dot by \d, since you only want digits.
Otherwise the dot will be matched greedily and it will eat all your other <a hrefs!
I recently wrote an article about matching...
Next time you should find a better subject for your thread.
"Please helllpp" says absolutely nothing about your problem.
Looks good except for your Main function.
You should print the object's...
You can use this approach:
Where ReceiverAnswer is blocking, meaning it won't return until you get the answer or a time-out occurs. If you do it...
"A cross platform"???
What? Sorry but nobody can giph u da codezzz.
You should consider not using singletons at all.
If that's not an option, maybe every singleton could register its dependencies, so that you can build a dependency graph at runtime. When the program...
Looks like you're trying to get other people to solve your homework.
The purpose of homework is that you learn something. We can't do that for you.
If you have a concrete problem, tell what it is....
In standard C you can't display any graphics without using something like X (Linux) or WinAPI (Windows).
Maybe you try SDL (google it), it's a multimedia library that will allow you to do what you...
Maybe the files are stored with a path inside the Zip file.
But you should be able to do so.
There's no reason why you couldn't do that.
What do you mean with "it will not pick the right argument"?
Even if you can solve this, won't there be a captcha later in the process that will force you to do it manually anyway?
I did not look at your code (probably nobody will, it's just too big).
But I would not store such things in a session! What if a user opens several tabs on your site?
The pagination should be done...
Is your text file UTF-8-encoded?
If yes, the first character is probably the Byte Order Mark.
Read more about it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byte_order_mark
If you want to remove it, save...
CheckedIndexCollection has no public constructor, so you can't create an instance of it. But you can do an array.
int checkedIndicesCopy = new int[checkedIndices.Count];...
I think its an issue of node.h including btree.h and vice versa.
In this case you need forward declaration of your classes.
This will solve the problem.
If you have to do such repetitive tasks it is often a sign of a bad software design.
But without further details it's hard to tell.
Of course you could use a scripting language such as Python to...
You can simulate key presses and releases using the WinAPI function "keybd_event". More info about how to use it in VB here: http://www.andreavb.com/forum/viewtopic_1802.html
I too think those dashes are the problem.
They would be interpreted as "data" since they are not tags. And the first thing in this document is a dash.
I think they come from copying a XML file when...
Do you know Project Euler or UVa Online Judge (just google for them)?
They have tons of interesting and challenging exercises! Project Euler is very math-intense, depends on you if that's good or...
If you know in advance that the string will become very long, it could make sense to call "reserve" upfront. This way there will be less memory reallocations during the string building process. But...
He answered to himself, from a different account.
The same question & answer can be found on codeproject.com!
While you can store XML text in a cookie, it might not be the best idea.
XML means a lot of overhead and if you want to store a lot of data, you can reach the 4 KB limit quickly.
You just tried to insert "word" and "pos" into your table instead of the variables' contents.
And additionally, SQL requires single quotes around strings: 'word', 'pos'.
So if you actually want to...
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