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    Re: quick/easy constructor question

    Someone said to do this:

    int temp[3][3] = {{1,1,1},{1,1,1},{1,1,1}};
    memcpy(numbers, temp, sizeof(numbers));

    I'm just used to Java, which isn't so annoying.
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    quick/easy constructor question

    class Test
    {
    private:
    int numbers[3][3];
    public:
    Test();
    };

    Test::Test()
    {
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    Re: Reading HTTP with IO::Socket

    Maybe something is wrong with my install then. I tried to install LWP with cpan but it just fails. In fact, everything I throw at it fails. The only perl modules I've been able to install are those I...
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    Re: Reading HTTP with IO::Socket

    I found another phpbb3 forum (the one I'm using is private) that seems to produce the same problem, but with a number in the 2xxx range.

    #http://forum.joomlatools.org/viewforum.php?f=14

    use...
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    Re: Reading HTTP with IO::Socket

    There's no point. It's just a simple socket read. It makes no sense.
  6. Re: [PERL] The http response I get back contains a "Your balance is $1.23" and the $1

    I'd probably use /Your balance is (\$\d+\.\d\d)/

    It should work fine though. I'd have to see more code to understand why your text is being evaluated before you get to it.



    my $res = ($num...
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    Reading HTTP with IO::Socket

    Okay so basically I'm writing a script that scans through an html page. Everything works fine except some lines get chopped in 2 and an '1000' is inserted between the two parts. So essentially it...
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    Re: Pleas help out a beginner's maze program

    One of your problems is that your 'mouse' doesn't backtrack once it hits a dead end. That's why it ends the way it does in your first example.

    edit: alright maybe it is somewhat. it would be less...
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    Re: Cannot Find Symbol error

    I think you're looking for Double
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