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    Re: How to delete my codeguru account?

    It would be ok if the policy said: "Please, codeguru lives from its ads. To participate to codeguru's income, don't block ads".
    But, forbidding ads blockers is a different matter.
    This is the...
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    How to delete my codeguru account?

    How can I delete my codeguru account, as if I were banned from codeguru?
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    Re: these forums have lots of ads

    We can't do much against that.

    Our brain is used to ignore ads.
    If you want some text on your site to be ignored... Simply make it looks like ads. Most people won't "see" it.
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    Re: these forums have lots of ads

    It isn't clear what bypassing means.
    HTML is a declarative language, not an imperative language.
    This can be used to render documents, extract data from documents in various ways.
    Among other...
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    Re: these forums have lots of ads

    Where is it written?
    The only statement regarding ads I see is about not posting ads.

    BTW: Is it forbidden not to install the Flash plug-in or to have a browser that doesn't "support" Flash, or...
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    Re: these forums have lots of ads

    @JVene: If you use FF, you can download ads-blocking extensions.
    You can also download an extension that prevents flash animations from playing until you activate the plug-in explicitly by clicking...
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    Re: these forums have lots of ads

    You'd rather post on the feedback forum.


    They live or they leave.
    Recently, an additionnal annoyance has been added at the top of every page. :(
    It's sad to see that codeguru slowly becomes...
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    Re: Domain Registration, Who to choose?

    The discussion about Xeon's post is off-topic on this thread.
    I created a thread in the Feedback forum where you can follow up to.
    http://www.codeguru.com/forum/showthread.php?t=435234
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    Removal of Xeon's post.

    Xeon posted on this thread:
    http://www.codeguru.com/forum/showthread.php?t=433718

    And his message has been removed by PeejAvery.





    It would be nice if you permitted Xeon to access his...
  10. Re: best/easies language for interfacing with hardware and WINx OS?

    C# and VB.NET have the same capacities for interfacing with the system. They use the same framework.
    Moreover, their OOP features are similar. With both languages, you get approximatively the same...
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    Re: Philosophical Programming

    Learning a word isn't a simple thing... Every word can be studied deeply... And interactions of words can be studied. Actually, a man can learn for a life, a language, its history and the mechanisms...
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    Re: An accurate form of Sleep()?

    No. This is a myth. This is absolutely wrong on my computer (and actually, on all computers I've owned up to now).
    When I compress a RAR file, my CPU is eaten at 100% and my disk is read at 500...
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    Re: Is using goto a bad practice

    Using exceptions for that is evil.
    Not only is it perversing the system, but it's also likely to have incredibely bad performances. Ssomething like more than 200 microseconds for each throw...
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    Re: An accurate form of Sleep()?

    Why do you block on WaitForSingleObject at most 42 milliseconds? To be in front of the cake more time? Being in front of the cake once every 42 milliseconds is probably insufficient, anyway.
    If you...
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    Re: An accurate form of Sleep()?

    No.
    They don't loose CPU cycles they don't need.

    They do something like:


    Time t1=GetAccurateTime(); /* internally use QueryPerformanceCounter ONCE */
    /* assume that the Time object has...
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    Re: Not Homwork Fun Project

    Questions about the C programming language should be asked on the C++ (non visual C++ issues) forum.
    http://www.codeguru.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=9

    The clock() function is declared in time.h....
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    Re: An accurate form of Sleep()?

    This code is equivalent to:


    do {
    GameObject->Cycle();
    AbominableSleep(frame_time - time_to_compute_the_cycle);
    } while(true);
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    Re: Not Homwork Fun Project

    (My emphasis)
    That's an oxymoron.

    For precise time computations, with the C programming language, you can compute the difference of two calls to clock() to get the time interval.
    ...
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    Re: An accurate form of Sleep()?

    It uses *all* the CPU it can.

    For example, if you compress a file while this sleep function is running, it'll compress TWICE as slow (unless you've a dual core or multiprocessor machine).
    It's...
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    Poll: Re: What would you rather do?

    No, he said that you cannot reach this speed.
    You can reach c/2, 0.9*c, but not c.


    Nope.



    The relativity theory has to be applied at speeds far under this one, and is usually applied for...
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    Poll: Re: What would you rather do?

    @JVene: I don't think .pcbrainbuster was refering to this type of non existence.
    He was thinking about the infinite non-existence.
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    Poll: Re: What would you rather do?

    In other words, if you spend your life in a dentist's waiting room, you'll locally feel that the time passes very slowly, but, at the end, you'll feel that your life was very short because you did...
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    Poll: Re: What would you rather do?

    Even in these cases, most people (not all) prefer to "live in hell" than to commit suicide.
  24. Thread: Basic Stuff

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    Re: Basic Stuff

    For basic types, there's no difference between these two statements.

    For compound iterators of complex objects such as std::deque, pre-increment might sometimes be slightly faster than...
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    Poll: Re: What would you rather do?

    The life would still make sense.
    You would still have:

    Participated, during your life, to the gradual improvement of the world.
    Got children (if you had) who represent yourself (in part) for...
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