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  • Print Image File in iSeries

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  • Robotics language

    I’m looking for an open source programming language for a robotics unit I’m teaching this quarter. It’s got to be easy enough for high school students to work with. Any suggestions?

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  • massive powerpoint presentation

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    How to simulate CSMA/CD protocol with C# or any language?

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

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  • Becoming a Freelance Developer

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  • Which language should I learn next?

    I have a lot of experience as a RPG400 programmer for 8 years and am looking to learn another language so that I don't find myself at a disadvantage in the job market. Which of the three following languages would be the most practical for me to learn: OOP, Java or.Net?

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  • Why are so many languages written for the Java VM?

    I'm flabbergasted by the number of languages that have been written for Java VM. Why are so many needed? What is it about Java that makes so many people write new languages for it as opposed to building a new VM for each new language?

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  • Data Conversion on IBM AS/400

    Hi, We're converting some old master files in to new format files. These master files have around 58 million records each. We wrote COBOL programs to convert the format and write to the new files. In order to speed up the process we are splitting the each master file into 20 parts(i.e., 20 files...

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  • Change attributes of a printer file using CHGPRTF

    If I change the attributes of a printer file, say LPI,CPI..etc using CHGPRTF command, do I need to compile the RPG program again that uses this printer file? Thanks

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  • Message subfile to load error messages

    I am using message subfile to load error messages. I am calling a CL program to load and clear message subfiles. While clearing, I am passing the name of the RPG program to the CL program and the code is RMVMSG MSGQ(Program Queue Name) Clear(*ALL) But I am getting the message that message queue...

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  • Career change for my life

    Hello to all and to all a hello. I am looking for everyone's opinions and knowledge. So please fill free to feed me your opinions and knowledge. First off I have a degree as a network Engineer and a degree in MIS. I of coarse have my MCSE and MY CNA Net + and etc. I have been involved in networking...

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  • Count distinct rows on multiple columns

    I want to write a single query that counts each distinct Student ID from the following sample data. Sample Data: ID NAME PLAN DESCR --- ------- ---- ------------------- 101 Michael 010C Cafe- 10.00 Dollars 102 Adam 010C Cafe- 10.00 Dollars 102 Adam 05CC Cafe- 5.00 Dollars 103 Jane 010C Cafe- 10.00...

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  • Colored CL Source

    How do you insert a hexidecimal value in a CL program to change the color of the source using SEU?

    Farmboy6920 pointsBadges:
  • water billing system

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  • Where can I find dev-c++4 download?

    I want to download (dev-c++4).Two days long search bring no fruit.Help me.

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  • Writing a “If” & “Then” Statement in Crystal Reports 9

    Hi, I'm new to the site and reletively new to writing code so, please bare with me.  I'm trying to pull duplicate records from a field that has multiple member types {Member_Types.MEMBER_TYPE}. What I want to do is pull only the duplicate records that contain a valid member type. For example 2...

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  • Programming languages and skills to learn SAP

    I was left far behind in IT, since 1997. I wanted to learn SAP. Do I need to have a programming skills to learn SAP?  If so, what type of programming language or skills I should have?

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  • Using an ampersand in JCL

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