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### Re: c# books

Here are some good reference for your needs

http://www.ebook3000.com/Sams-Teach-Yourself-Visual-C--2010-in-24-Hours--Complete-Starter-Kit_96874.html...

by rockx
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### Re: Linked List - Random Nodes

what can i do to randomly select 5 nodes from the following

IntList myList;

and output it to the screen

Assuming there are more than 5 entries in the list
3. ## Thread: Seive of Atkin

by rockx
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### Re: Seive of Atkin

I simply want to calculate large prime numbers. The current world record sits at around 17.4 million digits. So using C++ i would like to device something which could get to at least the equivalent...

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### Re: Data Structures

http://www.amazon.com/C-Programmers-Paul-J-Deitel/dp/0137001304

by rockx
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### Re: Large Factorials

see in simple terms. lets say we working with the number 100 so it will be such:

100! - 99! + 98! - 97! + 96! - 95! + ................... 4! - 3! + 2! - 1!
6. ## Thread: Seive of Atkin

by rockx
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### Re: Seive of Atkin

so 2kaud, does ur program calculate prime numbers which has over 500 digits? i mean the really large ones?

if so, could you please share the code

by rockx
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### Re: Large Factorials

so what is a better way of doing this

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### Re: Large Factorials

Considering the above, could it help solve the following:

x = (n! - (n -1)!) + ((n-2)! - (n - 3)!) .............. - 1!

assuming n is an even number or

(n! - (n -1)!) + ((n-2)! - (n - 3)!)...
9. ## Thread: Seive of Atkin

by rockx
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### Seive of Atkin

What can be done to enhance this code. Like its gotta be bug free and efficient enough

#include <iostream>
#include <cmath>
#include <fstream>
using namespace std;
int main (int argc, char*...

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### Re: Linked List - Random Nodes

well i would like to sort the data (Maybe later il dump the data in a DB or Excel Worksheet). and do whatever needs to be done.

however i want to keep in mind that minimum memory is used, thus if...

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### Re: Linked List - Random Nodes

1. re-write the numbers in ascending order
2. cancel out all the numbers that have been repeated and noting them into another piece of paper. keeping in mind that one of the repeated numbers is left...

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### Re: Linked List - Random Nodes

well the best i can think of is that

if the nData of a particular NODE == x then all the x's to be removed and added to a second list.

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### Re: Large Factorials

is it possible to do the above using Linked Lists and Stack.

WHat i m trying to ask is that if i create a NODE which only accepts numbers between 0-9 and doing so, each individual digit of the...

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### Re: Large Factorials

Can the following code be modified to find the exact value factorials for #s greater than say 30

long factorial(unsigned long value)
{
if(value ==0)
{
return 1;
...

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### Large Factorials

If i m writing a code for a program to solve factorials, what is the best approach if i have large numbers in mind?

If i use int, i can only go upto 4bytes and if i use double i can go upto...

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### Re: Data Structures

is this a good book

http://www.deitel.com/Books/C/CHowtoProgram8eEarlyObjectsVersion/tabid/3624/Default.aspx

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### Data Structures

If i want to learn Data Structures where is the best place to start.

I have very basic knowledge on the topic. I am very interested in the following Linked Lists, Stacks, Queues, Trees and Heaps....

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### Re: Linked List - Random Nodes

ive briefly stated the steps in my first post..... are you asking for the details?

by rockx
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### Re: Linked List - Random Nodes

i have done what i m aware of. and i m still in the process of learning. so i havent put up things i dont know of....anyone is free to even modify my functions

by rockx
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### Re: Linked List - Random Nodes

This is not a homework/assignment question. it is something that ive come up with for my personal needs.

I want something such that, later i can use a DB to store the information entered

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### Linked List - Random Nodes

I am currently working on a code using Linked List. I would like my code to do the following:

1. User Enter integers between 1-60 (first List)
2. The application to check for all the repeated...
22. ## Thread: Polymorphic Methods in Abstract class

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### Re: Polymorphic Methods in Abstract class

so where do i implement this, in class Furniture or class Chair or the main?
23. ## Thread: Polymorphic Methods in Abstract class

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### Re: Polymorphic Methods in Abstract class

what i have done was something similar to the below:

class Furniture {

public:

// pure virtual functions; overridden in derived classes
24. ## Thread: Polymorphic Methods in Abstract class

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### Polymorphic Methods in Abstract class

Imagine if there is an abstract class with a method (say output or print) which would be inherited by a few other classes. Later objects are created using the inherited classes, and the user wishes...

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### Re: MS Word

well, at times i might still need it. depending on whats available
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