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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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I thought I'd start this thread about useful sites programmers could go to if they needed general help or information...
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The general policy of Physics Forums is that requests for help with solving specific problems or exercises must be...
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I recently noticed a substantial request for c++ information. Therefore it is my pleasure to announce the opening of...
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Hi guys, I am tryin to get my program to output multiple files with the name of the file dependent on a number of...
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Hello, I used to do schoolwork in Fortran (Compaq Windows version). Couple weeks ago I decided to say "good-bye"...
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HI, I am using fortran 90 for simulation. I write a subroutine (CALC_PORO_SOL_BANDED )where i called a linear solver...
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Hello, does anyone know how to get Emacs to color words like "def, class, or, and" etc.. and to give me the right...
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Hi, I'm trying to write a score function. The score function is applied to each cell of a grid and because the...
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hi, I have been trying to make a game similiar to pong in java. But I do not understand the concept of bouncing of...
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I have a programming (Java) lab asking for a function of the prototype: Vector phoneNumbers(String suffix, String...
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OK, I've a much more complicated code, but I've simplified the below to portend to my question more specifically. ...
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Hi, I'm familiar with tree traversal alogirthms, post,pre and in-order. If you give me a tree I can print out the...
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We've been learning Igor Pro in my computational physics class. I'm a physics major but have no background using code...
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Hi, I need help taking the atomic numbers from a list of elements and putting them in an array. I have my data in a...
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I have a simulation with a satellite that orbits earth in 3d. Earth's shadow, for simplification purposes (the...
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Hi all, I imagine this is an amazingly simple problem for anyone with the slightest bit of programing knowledge (which...
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Hi guys anyone know a good approximation algorithm for counting number of cycles in an undirected graph???
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My old desktop PC which I built circa 2003, has officially stopped working. The parts in it are discontinued and I...
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I have a very simple question, but have been unable to find an answer for it. When using fortran 90 can you use a DO...
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Hello Just a quickie. could any one tell me which header file i have to include to be able to use CString in VC++?...
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I need help with this program. I got five others to do and I won't have time to do it and it's apart of my final exam...
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Hi there, I'd like to preface my question with a few things. First off, I'm not great at physics, but I don't think...
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Hey I need a lot of help with this homework assignment. I really have no idea of what to do. Please help me! ...
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I can't figure out how to get these 2 methods to work. In my assignment description it says public BinTree...
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So i've downloaded Visual C# Express Edition from Microsoft. Now I actually have to learn C#. Can anyone recommend...
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This is giving me a big headache. Using free() for some reason results in segmentation faults. I'm working on...
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I'm looking for a quality software for backing up data. It needs to automatically sync files from various folders to...
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Greg Bernhardt
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My buddy, a Flash developer, wants to learn 3D rotation of objects from first principles, i.e. using trig. I know...
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I am new to interrupts, so i have made a simple program using a timer interrupt to cause a delay of about 1 sec in...
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I have very limited programming experience, only done VB in the past and excel and access to some extent. I'm trying...
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I was wondering what kind of advantage a 64-bit processor gives you over a 32-bit processor. How much more performance...
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Hey. This is what I have to do: Fix the IF conditions inside the DO loop to handle ALL possible combinations of...
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Okay, so if I have a turing machine so called M, is there a configuration alpha s beta which yields a configuration...
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I get an error with gcc "error: two or more data types in declaration specifiers" when trying to compile something of...
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So I'm writing a program to do a riemann sum. The final answer should be Pi. My function: f(x) = 4/(1+x^2) a = 0 ...
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In C how would i create, open and write an array to a text file The array is EeV, does it make a difference...
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Hi, I have a code that was written with a Linux FORTRAN compiler but is 'portable'. does this mean I am able to...
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hi please I would some help with the MIPS hazard. Loop: add $t0, $t0, $v0 addi $v0, $v0, -1 ...
Nov27-08 09:43 PM
brad sue
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Hey, I wasn't sure whether or not to put this in the homework section or not because I need to complete this code...
Nov27-08 11:05 AM
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I wish to store thousands of letters onto a computer for a friend. What is the best way to do this? Use Access, or...
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Unlike normal finite automata, which always have one start state, it seems that quantum automata can actually have...
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Hi guys, this should be a pretty easy thing to do, I'm just not familiar enough with bash shell scripting to do it. ...
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Hi everyone. I have the following system of PDE's: ut = vx vt = (-3)*ux + 4*vx, with initial conditions...
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