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  1. [ubuntu] Re: 10.10 Install problem broke my max disk capacity

    Just to make sure, you said you actually ran a program that wrote all zeros to the hard drive? This should have solved it. I ask because you state you have used disk data killers, but I was not sure...
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    Re: What is Linux? No, really?

    I have a strange feeling that some of the people here did not read the first post. Although they are correct (Linux is a kernel), they seem to have missed the point of this thread.

    Also, if...
  3. Phonon::SeekSlider in a Qt Designer file

    Is it possible to put a phonon widget into a Qt Designer form? If so, how?
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    Re: Error on decimal input C++

    Your code works, but I still don't really understand why mine doesn't. Thank you,but I'd really like to learn what I did wrong. Can you, or somebody else, explain why my code doesn't work?

    Edit:...
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    Error on decimal input C++

    I have created a C++ program to solve combinations and permutations, but I can't seem to make it give a nice error when you enter a decimal number.
    Here is my code


    #include <iostream>
    using...
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    Re: Java's .jar permission bit

    If I had to guess as to the reason for the forcing you to make it executable, I would guess that it is for people who would double click on it.
  7. Swing, AWT, SWT, Java-Gnome, Qt Jambi, or wxWidgets for Java

    What do you think would be the best GUI toolkit to use for a java application?
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    [SOLVED] Re: Make nm-applet store keys under KDE

    Oh, wow, thanks.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Make nm-applet store keys under KDE

    I am curious as well, because this is indeed annoying.
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    Re: Beginner Programming Challenge #11

    Congratulations falconindy! When can we expect the next challenge?
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    Re: Beginner Programming Challenge #11

    This is odd. It handled 10 + 10 correctly earlier. I'll look into that.

    It seems to handle aw4ojghsiu5esrgs56u7ikdyjdt drthisu 5 hrtgh 5 5 + fine (at least it works as I intended it to).

    ...
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    Re: Beginner Programming Challenge #11

    Thanks, I was just thinking about that. I am trying to come up with a way.

    Edit: I condensed it, but not through the use of functions. I am sure there is a better way, but that is what I came up...
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    Re: Beginner Programming Challenge #11

    Here is my C++ entry. I wrote it with the help of google, but without looking at any code related to this challenge. I know it is horribly done, but this is a learning experience. I just started...
  14. Poll: Re: Go (go-lang.org) vs OOC (ooc-lang.org)

    I believe that you can put semicolons at the end of a line in Go. In my simple sample, it worked.

    The thing about niches could be true, but Google backing could turn Go into something amazing....
  15. Poll: Go (go-lang.org) vs OOC (ooc-lang.org)

    What do you all think about Go (the one from google) and OOC? They remind me, for some reason, of each other. Probably because they are both fairly new and compile to machine code. OOC compiles to C...
  16. Re: "Hello Ubuntu" in every programming language

    Go

    Brand new language from Google

    Edit:
    I improved it and got bufio working!


    package main
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    Re: Intermediate programming challenge

    Although it is slow and almost embarrassing after all the multithreading and super quick ones, but here it is. I am an absolute beginner at all programming.

    /*
    * To change this template, choose...
  18. Re: [Java] Increment an Integer in an ArrayList

    Oh, ok. I just wanted to make sure that I was not doing things the hard way ;).
    Thank you.
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    Re: Beginner Programming Challenge #9

    Here is my entry in Java. I am sure it is done horribly, but I am a beginner with java. Comments are appreciated.

    import java.util.Scanner;
    import java.io.File;
    import...
  20. [Java] Increment an Integer in an ArrayList

    Is it possible to increase the value by one of of an Integer in an ArrayList (similar to an array num[0]++)?
  21. Re: [Ruby] Command line arguments and input

    Thank you. I knew it would be something fairly simple. ;)
  22. [Ruby] Command line arguments and input

    I was following a C# tutorial and came across a program. With my modifications, it looks like this

    using System;
    public class hello {
    public static void Main(string[] args) {...
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    [other] Re: Backing up a hard drive

    I know rsync. It is actually my primary backup solution in Linux. In this case, though, I need a full hard drive backup. I am planning on installing a few OSes over my Windows installations, then...
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    [other] Re: Backing up a hard drive

    Oh, yeah. That looks like it will work nicely. I am still open to suggestions, though. Anyone else?

    If no one else posts (or if I do not like the other suggestions) clonezilla will be what I will...
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    [other] Backing up a hard drive

    How would one go about backing up a hard drive?
    I want my Windows hard drive to be backed up, so that I can restore it onto the hard drive if the hard drive was blanked.

    If this hard drive is...
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