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    I'm creating a server with C++ using Boost ASIO library. Is there a way to get the string representation of a client's IP that can be shown in my server's logs? Does the socket have a function to do this?

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  • Can I detect when a network cable is unplugged via API C++?

    As a networking expert, I know Microsoft Windows know when you have removed the network cable from the NIC. Does anyone know if there's a programmatic way to determine it via API in C++? (Just so you know, I'm not using .NET / this is for a closed LAN). Thanks for the help.

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  • How to get the IP address from my local computer?

    I'm using C++ and I'm trying to find the easiest way to get my local computer's IP address / subnet mask. Currently, my network has a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 and the IP address is 192.168.0.5. I have to get these two values programmatically so I can send a broadcast message to my network. What...

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  • Sum of integer in table with .dbf format

    I have table with .dbf format..inside only have 30 records which are 239,45,340,...etc. I wan to sum the integer like this..for example the first number..239=2+3+9=14..and the second number 4+5=9..then the output is 14,9,...until the 30th number..How would i do it? Help is desperately needed..I...

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  • What’s the difference between an absolute loader and a relocatable loader?

    What's the difference between an absolute loader and a relocatable loader?

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  • How to install APK in BlackBerry browser?

    I have a BlackBerry z10 and I cannot install APK and other files from BlackBerry browser because there are no install button.

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  • How to add/remove items from mem-cached Java storage?

    I’m using mem-cached storage and am looking for the most effective way to add/remove programs from a large list?  Is there some distributed storage within the Java interface that could deal with this problem?

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  • How to search for Access 2003 record using VB6

    How can I search for the last updated record in my Access 2003 database from VB 6, the code I'm using only returns the first record on the database. On Error GoTo err: Dim sql As String Set con = New ADODB.Connection con.CursorLocation = adUseClient con.Open "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data...

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  • How to create an XML file for e-mailing

    How to create xml file for e-mailing?

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  • How effective are ready to deploy BPM Solutions Frameworks as opposed to ground up customization. Your comments?

    BPM frameworks provide a selection of horizontal and vertical frameworks that deliver benefits such as leveraging on existing code, lower TCO and faster deployment. On the flip side, ready to deploy frameworks are contrary to the idea of customized process efficiency given the diverse nature of...

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  • How to find a website’s Ethernet address using Java?

    I know there’s a way to find the Ethernet address of the network interface that connects to a given website.  What I don’t know is how to find it. Thanks!

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  • What would be the quickest way to HTTP GET in Python?

    I need to know what the quickest way is to HTTP GET in Python (when I already know the content will be a string). I've been searching documents for one-liners like this: contents = url.get("http://example.com/foo/bar") But all I'm finding is "HTTPLIB" and "URLLIB" and I can't find a shortcut with...

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  • How to find packet sent address

    I need to create an automated response so that when I receive a UDP packet for a sender, that sender receives the address it was sent from. I tried using the recvform, but that only brings up the address of the sender, not the the address from which the packet was sent.

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  • 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?

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  • Where does Google Chrome store cookies from the session?

    Could someone tell me where the latest version of Google Chrome stores and saves cookies (mainly the ones that expire with session)?

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  • Able to ping L3 VPN but unable to tracepath

    I am running an L3 VPN between 2 edge routers and have connected one router to a client (Linux Host). I tried pinging from the client an IP address (present on the other router) that was learnt via BGP VPN. It's pinging, but I am unable to do tracepath from the client. It gives me a "No Reply"...

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  • Which type of tool we need to build web design and graphics design?

    I want to know about tool which are helpful in Web and graphics design. Thanks.

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  • How can we utilize Lotus Notes and Ajax?

    How can we utilize the Ajax in Lotus Notes web application? What are the conditions where we can use it and how? Provide any URL for further reference.

    shivasanjay2,755 pointsBadges:
  • How are graphic and web design different?

    How are these two terms, Graphics and web design, different? Please explain with suitable examples.

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  • Sending UDP packets to a different subnet

    Can UDP broadcast packets be sent to a different subnet through a router? I’m curious because I need to find certain devices on the network, and some of them may be on different subnets.

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