1. Have you ever had a hard drive fail on you?
2. Have you ever had a USB Pen fail on you? (if you've used these)
3. Have you ever had an external Hard Drive Fail on you? (if you've used these)
4. Have you ever had a CD-R, DVD-R, or other optical media fail/corrupt on you?
That's nothing! I used to work as a network tech for a timber processing company. The PC's in the factory would last on average about 2 months before dust finally clogged them up for them to over heat and die (after about 3 replacements management FINALLY took our advise and agreed to let us buy...
100000 is not a very big number for database rows! Current system I'm working on tracks millions of items that refer to others.
Remeber that when you are every time you have to call to a database it is a slow process. The method you have described above would require you to go to the...
A few things, in C++ a "string" is simply an array of char's. So when you pass a array into the strcmp function you need to refer to the array not the first element (the char).
Second NEVER use strcmp always use strncmp as this is much safer and will prevent buffer overuns. It's a good idea...
A little off topic but...
Internet Explorer error reporting for any scripting language is pathetic.
With the company I work for we all do electronic time sheets. As we complete each job we enter what we did into out time sheets along with the customer and the specific order. Time is devided into 15 minute blocks. If the customer ever wants a breakdown of what we are charging for we can simply...
Simple bit of SQL will do that:
SELECT * FROM myTable WHERE dateField BETWEEN date-week TO today
Make sure you replace the * with a distinct list of the required fields using * is very bad practice. If you want to work out the date values use the DateAdd function, documentation is in MSDN (or...
Notice the green and orange lines are swapped. Basically one pair are the TX (data transmit) and the other RX (data receive) lines. If you are connecting to a switch you want to have both ends the same as the switch takes care of the details. If you are connecting two NIC's togeather directly...
For somebody who doesn't know much about databases and is only going to be used by one or two users then access would be fine. For more I'd recomend MySQL although that would require somebody with suitable IT skills to setup and create an interface.
All decimal numbers are floating point, ie the number is stored with a number to a set acuracy and then scaled. If you want to store the exact number you will need to store it as a string or just output the results as you calculate it.
Just because there is a string class doesn't mean you have to use it. C++ is just an extension of C so anything from C will generally work in C++. In some cases using a string class is more of a hindrance than actually useful.
Pretty easy to do.
// Do validation
<form onSubmit="return OnSubmit_Validate(this);">
You can then just use a...
Would be a pretty simple job to complete. Although more information would be required before an acurite quote could be made.
Provide some more information ie Webserver that would be used, what database would be available, development platform. Be wary of anybody who doesn't start out with the...