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    Re: trim a string using php

    ty, i finally got it working with the split function
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    trim a string using php

    Hello,
    I have an array filled with lines from a file. Each line ends with ";", but when i used fgets, it seems like the end of line character got into the array's positions as well.
    So i...
  3. How to make a program be accepted by spyware software

    We are developing a windows program that installs via TCP/IP a client (as a service) on other computers. Spyware software prevents that remote type of installation.

    Is there a general spyware...
  4. Need help for creating a testing plan document

    I've been testing an application for some months now, and i have to write a document so that people can read it and test the application.
    I know what i have to write about, but are there any models...
  5. Testing Question - Automatic testing tools, regression testing

    Hi
    I am a tester in a development team, we are working on a project designed with Delphi(the main part) and part in c and c++ (with MFC), that uses MSSQL (SQL 2000 or MSDE).
    I was instructed to...
  6. Re: Construction and destruction order. Question

    thanks for all the answers
    i understand now
  7. Construction and destruction order. Question

    Hi, i have some questions. Lets suppose i have this class herarchy:

    Class a {};
    Class b : public a {};
    Class c : public b { b temp;};

    class c has an atribute of type b;
    if i put a message in...
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    Re: overriding a virtual function, question

    thanks!
    that's just what i thought, i'm killing the polymorphism.
    I'm not working on any project, just studying theory and buinding small progs.
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    overriding a virtual function, question

    Hello, i have a small question.
    I have a base and a derived class.
    In the base class there's a function called f, which is virtual.In the derived class i have overriden the function, and given it...
  10. Thread: B+ trees

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    Re: B+ trees

    "In a B+ tree, data records are only stored in the leaves. Internal nodes store just keys

    That's the difference between a B tree and a B+ tree. Furthermore, the leaves are also linked together so...
  11. Thread: B+ trees

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    Re: B+ trees

    thanks, but that's a binary tree c++ implementation.
    i'm looking for a b+ tree implementation, if it is in disk, better...
    anyone please?


    thanks!!!
  12. Thread: B+ trees

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    B+ trees

    Hi
    I was wondering, does anybody know where i can find a c++ implementation of a B+ tree data structure. I've been looking through the web without success.
    thank you very much!!
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    Re: File indexing question

    thanks for your answer.. i'll investigate something about hashing.

    i mean with 'file', the big file that holds all the files that i want to put there, like when you use winrar and you use the...
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    File indexing question

    Hi
    Im going to develop an application for university and I would really appreciate some advice. Im creating a file managing system, like tar, that creates a file which manages a collection of...
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    Re: ansi c: gets dangerous

    thanks, i used fgets
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    ansi c: gets dangerous

    Hi, i'm doing an ansi c program, compiling with gcc. I get a warning that the gets function is dangerous. Everything works fine, but i don't want to get that warning.



    char *Comando=0;...
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    Re: non-printable characters

    thanks!!
    that function solved it!
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    non-printable characters

    Hello, i'm doing a simple ansi c console application.
    i'm reading a file
    Now, i have to print it's characters, and if i find a non-printable character i'd like to write a . or , or whatever.
    i've...
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    it was an exam question. now i understand....

    it was an exam question. now i understand.
    thanks!
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    thanks for the answer!!!

    thanks for the answer!!!
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    sizeof(class) question

    Hi, i've got this class

    template<class T> class pointer
    {
    private:
    T *p;
    };

    and i get 4 if i do sizeof(pointer).
    if i add a static member data, it doesn;t count. why is it...
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    Operator for casting a class to void*

    Hi, i would like to know hot to implement an operator to cast a class to void*.
    I thought of overloading operator (), but i don't know how to proceed (as i didn't find anything on the web). Any...
  23. adv and disadv of the two following data structures:

    Hi i've got these two data structures:

    obj *pObj1 = new obj[10000];

    obj **pobj2 = new (*obj)[10000];
    for (int i=0;i<10000;++i);
    pobj2[i]=new obj;

    which are the advantages and...
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    thanks paul, i understand now

    thanks paul, i understand now
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    overloading operator [] for a matrix

    Hello,
    for a vector, overloading the operator [] is easy, you return the data of the position given to the function operator[].
    i'm trying to find out how to do it with a matrix.
    i found the...
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