if i order early 1 day, it's to me by 3:00 PM the next day. that's with super saver shipping. (i never use any other shipping from newegg :D living in san diego rocks for that purpose, but sucks otherwise :P)
woooooot... i finished...
least i hope so. got some wierd compile error at the end, told it screw you, deleted the make file and all the other crap, imported all the files into another new project. no compile errors, and it works perfect :D
unfortunately, it kicked my ass at...
doh, sorry, C++.
ya, it's a school project.
basically, it's game War. each player has 3 cards, and play till deck is exhausted. as they play, they get more cards.
human player is allowed to choose whatever cards they want. currently, machine player draws a random card of his 3 cards...
anyone know how to do this without resorting to the ugliness that is a bunch of if statements?
i need to compare 4 ints. 3 in 1 situation, and 4 in the second situation.
maybe i should explain the prompt a little better....
this is a game of the cardgame War... i'm writing the...
ya, sounded like that to me too.
(talking about vortex tubes now)
it's really impressive (at least to me) that they can separate hot and cold air just by blowing it into a tube.
though you might not like the idea of a high pressure high velocity hot air stream being randomly blown into...
because we were dumb to invest in the initial launch, and are pissed that it flopped.
the machines we still have work for our purposes currently, and we wont be upgrading beyond them yet.
(running 4x256 pc1066 Rambus)
guy at frys is an idiot. never trust salespeople.
on die memory controller, improved cache timings, more done per clock cycle on the 64 chips. check benchies...even in 32 bit, 3200+ a64's stomp 3200+ bartons.
ya. multiple words in an 80 character char array. i need to break em up by spaces into individual words, to store in a vector of strings.
(that way, i can flip em around and type em back out real easy... not very practical, but it's what the prompt asks for..)
alright, i'm having a new problem.
i'm trying to turn a char array into strings of words that are in the char array.
i used the getline function to read a user inputted line of code... now i have to turn that line of code into a vector of strings.
rather embarrasingly, the only way i...
alright... i'm looking for a more elegant way of doing this than what i have in mind currently.
okay.... i have a vector of strings. i need to find a certain string's location within the contents of the vector, and return that location as an integer. i just want to know if there's any...
hmm...even when i got banned from anandtech, and WASNT particularly civil in my emails to them (wasnt abusive, just wasnt civil) they were still at least civil to me...
trillian is a piece of crap. i'm gonna try another messenger client on next reformat. (1 week)
so what's the word on...
heh... i had a slightly similar experience with my homebrew case... i had had simply 1 intake fan, no exhaust fan... i turned it around, because it was reccommended to me to do so, and my case temps rose 0.o.
then i turned it back around, and they fell to normal.
i then added 2 60 mm...
i need to burn a few divx's to DVD's. and i cant seem to find a good way to do it.
i think i did it once before, but i dont understand what i did then, and now i cant seem to figure out how to do it.
i have nero6 if that helps..but it doesnt want to convert divx's...
i'm working in c++, where we get a wonderful string class that makes things 10,000 times easier...except in this project.
it's ok tho, i now have it to where it reads into the char array, then makes that into a string.
it compiled okay, but now for some reason it kills and terminates the...
alright..i've been googling this one and i cant seem to find the proper syntax for getline to read into a string. everything i see is char arrays.. not a string. and unless i'm mistaken, i cant pass arrays to and from functions. 0.o
alright, i got that one item working (odd..it suddenly worked 0.o)
but the string i output at the end still doesnt work.
here's how my code looks for the whole project. apparently it wasnt my problem :(
using namespace std;
// Program takes a user inputted 7...
gawd, this project would be so much easier if i could just use a switch...
anyway, can someone tell me why this:
outputs a period?
quite literally, it puts out a "." :(
i've traced my problem to this..i've tried every damn way i can think of to init the array, every time results...
I play lineage 2.. that game is the most memory intensive thing i've ever seen... it loads texture maps, but doesnt know how to unload them. so to keep from crashing every hour, gotta have a gig. (and last maybe 3 hours between crashes?)
they just implemented that in 2.10
i got usergroups worked out pretty well.. it works nice.
just the damned multiple admins. oh well, dont matter, i gave everyone who needs admin access to the admin account and gave everybody normal accounts.
i dont know if you guys understand this, but in relatively moist environments, and Atlanta IS a moist environment, ESD isnt a real problem unless he really charged up beforehand. the water in the air conducts away static electricity and grounds it before it gets a chance to build up to cause...
could be the mobo's onboard temp sensor is giving out high estimates of temperature.
I know my bro's unoverclocked barton 2800+ doesnt go 70 under load, but the mobo says it does. I installed the heatsink, i put the system together, i reccommended the case fans. but still, the mobo says 70...
I visited that board when i was working with my k7s5a.. good board. i never did the bios flash, or the northbridge heatsink replacement, but it's working very well for my father. hasnt crashed in over 6 months so far.
"One MHz is one million clock cycles per second, so a 3.2GHz processor can go through 3,200,000,000, or 3 trillion two hundred million clock cycles in every second. Pretty amazing, right??"
your text is off by about 1000x :P
3 billion, 2 hundred million clock cycles.