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  • Is there anything similar to Hadoop in C++?

    I apologize for the short / newbie question would anyone happen to know if there's anything like Hadoop in C++? I'm trying to use distributed computing using MapReduce but not sure of the best way to do it. Thank you.

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  • C# Programmable graphics

    I am working on an app using Visual C#Express and WPF. Would someone suggest a book or two with specifics. I have Sharps "Visual C# Express" book but need more detail. ThanksUPDATE: I am learning C# "and" learning to be more clear. My attempt is to create graphic forms on a canvas using a "WPF"...

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  • Write a program for retrieval information

    How to write a simple program about to retrieval information? I'm using C++ language?

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  • Mainframe to ODI IBM BPM career shift

    Hi, I have worked 12+ years in mainframes, and as currently there is no green field development, would like to shift, is it better to shift to projects that have data warehouse/ ETL tools like Oracle Data Integrator or BPM (Business process management) or take up any data base related roles....

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  • Know name in binary system

    How to know my name in binary system?

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  • Where to find C in Visual Studio Ultimate 2012

    Hi guys, I started to learn C not C++. I installed Visual Studio Ultimate 2012 but it showed me C++ and I don't know how I can find C. If you know specific program that can only allow me to type C code. I appreciate the help. Thanks!

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  • How to create a Outlook style calendar in Windows Forms C# application

    I'm trying to re-create a Microsoft Access calendar in Windows Forms C# application. For what I've already created, most of our users don't like. I was doing a data-dump into a DataGridView where they could search by month, day or employee to get the Calendar events. Several of them have asked for...

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  • How can I use function, arrays and pointers in C programming?

    How are arrays are used in programming? How are functions created in programming? How pointers are created and used in programming detailed description?

    simonnzioki5 pointsBadges:
  • How do I delete/erase cookies after a trip to a foriegn country?

    On a trip to Canada, I used local Wi-Fi hot spots to access internet. I want to minimize security breach possibilities by removing the cookies and or URL references.

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  • What is code of C/C++/Java for search a file on local PC program run on Windows program

    I'm a MCA student. I want to develop a C/C++/Java code for search a file on my own pc in Windows operating system enviornment. Program must provide specific path or location of file or say file not exists.

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  • Membership login with MySQL

    Hi, I'm doing a login program which will be using MySQL. I would like to how do I do that, I have done a little but I'm stuck half way can anyone help? protected void Login1_Authenticate(object sender, AuthenticateEventArgs e) { MySqlConnection conDatabase = new...

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  • How to develop iPhone applications using Visual Studio and C# .NET

    I've been developing an iPhone app using Visual Studio and C# .NET on Windows Vista. I've downloaded the SDK but I noticed the file has a .dmg extension and I can't open the file. Can I develop against iPhone APIs? How should I go about doing this? Thank you.

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  • Object Sender and EventArgs in Visual Studio 2005

    For Knowledge:- Private Void Textbox1_TextChange(Object Sender,EventArgs e) Private is Modifier Void is Returntype Textbox1_TextChange is an Event So what is Object sender, EventArgs and how does it works? Maybe I'm wrong in above case but it's necessary to understand it better.

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  • Triggering a stored procedure from C#

    How to trigger a SP from C#?

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  • WPF and C# (challenge)

    Please follow the link and see in the top right corner, when you move mouse over the "microsoft.com" you can find the dropdown window which grows like some animation part and when you mouse leave the animation shrinks and disappears. I want to do that in WPF and C# . Could anyone take this as...

    Vinothkumar12415 pointsBadges:
  • SQL in an SQLRPGLE program

    I want to use embedded SQL in an SQLRPGLE program to search a file for a field entered in a screen to select data using the LIKE operand. This is my code C/EXEC SQL C+ DECLARE C1 CURSOR FOR SELECT * FROM F0101JN WHERE ALADDZ = :SZIP C+ AND ABALPH LIKE :SINNME ORDER BY ABAN8 C/END-EXEC * I entered...

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  • Neutral network in C++

    Which tool we can use to create neutral network in C++?

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  • Finding the location of an executed program in C++

    Does someone know if there's a way in C/C++ to find the location (the full path) of a current executed program? I tried using "argv[0]" but it's not giving me the full path. Thank you!

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  • How to do non-blocking console I/O on Linux in C

    I apologize for the short question but would anyone know how to do non-blocking console I/O on a Linux/OS X in C? Thanks!

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  • What’s a good C++ cross-compiler from Microsoft Windows to Linux?

    Does anyone know of a good C++ cross-compiler from Microsoft Windows to Linux? I've been in programming for some time now (I'm still using Windows) but I'm just getting into Linux. A colleague of mine told me to use an IDE. Would that work?

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