• How can I learn more about Java and scripting languages?

    I got my bachelor's degree in electronics and communication engineering and continued to get my master's in networking. When I started applying for internships, I found that most of the companies require Java, C, C++, Perl, HTML and Visual Basic, but I only have C and a little bit of C++...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • what is relocatable loader and absolute loader?

    Please explain me about the absolute loader and relocatable loader concepts. And  also suggest me some good source, either book or websites which will provide me core concepts of these loaders, so that I can use the knowledge gained, to implement these loader as a program.

    Rajeshu135 pointsBadges:
  • C++ code string storage

    When you build a simple string in C++ like: void f() { char *c = "Hello World!" } Where is it stored and what are its properties?

    ITKE350,945 pointsBadges:
  • C++ Question on Char*.

    Look at the code below: #include "stdafx.h" #include "conio.h" int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[]) { //Snippet 1 char name[20] = "Some Name"; printf("%sn", name); name[1] = 'a'; printf("%sn", name); //Snippet 2 char * name2 = "Some Name"; printf("%sn", name2); name2[1] = 'a';              ...

    Sirama75 pointsBadges:
  • Inventory App

    If you can help me out with understanding this type of coding, I would really appreciate it. I took a couple of classes on C++, but it has been a while. Currently I'm new to Visual Basic. I work in a chemistry lab and I want to make an inventory serach application / database. I don't want to...

    RiceCooker15 pointsBadges:
  • Help needed in making firewall in either C or C++ language

    i have to make a program in C/C++ to be run Client pc(windows platform) for followings: 1. to block access to a site(s), either by drop down menu or user entered. 2. act as a url filter to block any url consisting any word from a given list, for example "Facebook" or a bad word. progress: for the...

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  • Why C/C++ over Java?

    why we not go for java for every s/w why we use c c++ whether java is very much advance than these ?

    Ankiet215 pointsBadges:
  • Get the user certificates with the API

    Hi, I have the next code to get the user certificates:   int main () {   char *Qualified_user_space_name = "GRACE     QGPL      "  ;   void *User_name = "GRACE     " ;   char *Format_name = "CERT0200" ;   char *Selection_control = "   8   0\0" ;   char error_code[100];        ...

    GraceP415 pointsBadges:
  • Data missing when printing label by Zebra 100XiIII Plus

    There is a strange problem that some items are missing on the label from time to time. The possibility is about 0.1%. My 100XiIII is on parrallel port, I use ZPL language, code by Visual C++ 2008. The missing items are mixture of alphabet and number. I have tried to change the cable, printer, PC,...

    Lianchang5 pointsBadges:
  • C++ const correctly use

    I have this sample code ( below ), whatever1() method works with no problem, whatever2() is similar but I must force const_char to make it compile, although I consider as whatever1() method is not needed, whatever2() would be not needed either.  My question is, how can I modify add() method to...

    Thetonatiuh55 pointsBadges:
  • Visual Studio 8 report form

    My question is fairly simple, I have created a report form. I don't know what to program in to get my information to appear in my report. It has to show customer id, last name, first name, number of policies and amount of insurance, all of which are already working well when I test and run the...

    Soccer115 pointsBadges:
  • What is the Web Services Client for C++ toolkit and how is it installed?

    What is the Web Services Client for C++ toolkit and how is it installed? I have installed the XML Toolkit for iSeries and it says, from the website, 'to simplify the Web Service invocation, IBM offers another tookit along with teh ML toolkit that allows you to easily invoke Web services without...

    400Programmer185 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot Generate C++ Stubs With WSDL2Ws

    I cannot get the C++ stubs to generate from the sample IBM pieces. Here is my process. 1) QSH to Start the Command Entry 2) cd /workdirectory (in here I have a copy of the ConvertTemp.wsdl 3) At the command line I type the following: /QIBM/ProdData/OS/WebServices/V1/client/bin/wsdl2ws.sh...

    400Programmer185 pointsBadges:
  • Any c++ or java prog for calculating WhiteSpace in exchange 2010?

    Hi all.. I am doing a project on white space for my academic curriculum. In this am unable to calculate the amount of whitespace in Exchange Server 2010 as there is no 1221 event. So for till Exchange 2007 i have been using wmiquery to get the details about this event. Now my project is almost...

    Nhrp65795 pointsBadges:
  • what are Rvalues and Lvalues in C++

    [strong]on executing the below program i got error message like required Lvalue is missing in main function[/strong] [strong] main() [/strong] [strong]{[/strong] [strong] int i;[/strong] [strong] printf("%d",++i++); [/strong] [strong]} [/strong] [strong]plz tell me what are rvalues and lvalues....

    Rajeshu135 pointsBadges:
  • Core Dump problem in C pgm

    Hi All, I am facing core dump, I am using “dbx” debugger to debug my source codein this matter.[o:p][/o:p]

    Kar425 pointsBadges:
  • Suggestion of C++ book

    I know the basic thing of c++ programming and I would like to go deeper in C++. Please suggest me a good book on C++ for advanced topics (windows programming, aptitude in c++,etc.., )

    Rajeshu135 pointsBadges:
  • How do I create a database using C language?

    how to create database using c language

    Subject5 pointsBadges:
  • Protocol analyser/sniffer

    How do I implement Protocol analyser/sniffer

    Aneetapatil5 pointsBadges:
  • c++ reading data from txt files in tokens

    I have tried a lot to manipulating strings. I want such code witch read the data from input file. I want to get data in tokens (to store in variables) of type char or int of specific location in input file.  I want to store string parts in variables for   further use. eof() helps but I am reading...

    Programming786250 pointsBadges:

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