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  • Male

    37 86.05%
  • Female

    3 6.98%
  • Undeclared identifier

    3 6.98%
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Thread: Poll: To find Number of Males/Females/?

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    Poll: To find Number of Males/Females/?

    Hi Guys/Gals
    This poll is to find out number of male female members in codeguru.
    Lets make a statistical report.
    No incorrect /multiple votings allowed..Please.....
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    Kandukondein
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    Re: Poll: To find Number of Males/Females/?

    Originally posted by kandukondein
    Hi Guys/Gals
    This poll is to find out number of male female members in codeguru.
    Lets make a statistical report.
    No incorrect /multiple votings allowed..Please.....
    Regards
    Kandukondein
    Then we can do a chi-square test to see if it's significantly different... except... we would expect no 'undeclared identifiers' -- alas, no statistical analysis, unless we ignore that.
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    Re: Re: Poll: To find Number of Males/Females/?

    Originally posted by SolarFlare
    we would expect no 'undeclared identifiers'
    wheres the duct tape option?

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    Re: Re: Poll: To find Number of Males/Females/?

    Originally posted by SolarFlare
    Then we can do a chi-square test to see if it's significantly different...
    Errr, significantly different from what?
    H0: The ratio of males to females is equal to a duck.
    H1: No it isn't.

    Reject H0 if Mick shows up wearing a duct tape tutu with a tail area of 0%.
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    hey! you have to read more literature... world is changing rapidly... now the Genders are not only M and F
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    Originally posted by Andy Tacker
    hey! you have to read more literature... world is changing rapidly... now the Genders are not only M and F
    how true, I was female once, then my genatila dropped....but I still fancy a pink tutu.

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    Red face

    Oh my god t here are two undeclared identifiers...
    COdegurus comeon u cannot choose that option..
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    Why did you put it in there then ?
    Get this small utility to do basic syntax highlighting in vBulletin forums (like Codeguru) easily.
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    Talking

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    what about hermaphrodites??
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    I have a moral for today:

    never show your little brother how to log on to sites with your user name...

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    Originally posted by galathaea
    I have a moral for today:

    never show your little brother how to log on to sites with your user name...

    trust me...
    You being the little brother ?
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    One female has voted. I wud ask her to identify herself
    :-)
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    Originally posted by kandukondein
    One female has voted. I wud ask her to identify herself
    I voted for undeclared identifier...

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    Hello, I'm new to this forum, I like this thread because it looks fun,
    I'm a man originally from California, leaving US when I was 6, (for some reasons I am sorry I couldnot tell.., kindof my relatives's business, but it is none of your business anyway ), I have a brother called Jack and a little sister called Anna.
    Jack is a fun, and easygoing, Anna is lovely and beautiful but I look ugly.
    Anna once had some problems with her computer and she had it fixed by her boyfriend, but her boyfriend forgot to tell her that she shouldn't check the option to use the password for WHOLE thing because of some reasons...
    oh i am really sorry to be a little outta the main topic of the thread..Okay, i vote for my little sister as a MAN because she sometimes sounds like a MAN

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