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    Re: Whats the difference between C and C++?

    At no point in time have I posted an opinion about Lisp other than "I'm not wild about its syntax" or "it sounds interesting and unique". My opinion about syntax is only skin-deep and never have I...
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    Re: What's your Favorite IDE?

    vim + make

    With Java, Eclipse is sometimes necessary.
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    Re: Whats the difference between C and C++?

    This is the first time I've ever partook in a thread such as this. I'm quite surprised at how akin a programming language can be to a religion. I merely use them as a tool to get a job done.
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    Re: How to debug library?

    You'd have to get the source for that library, compile it with debug symbols (-g), and make your program link to it.
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    Re: Whats the difference between C and C++?

    I like the idea of hot-swapping code during execution time. Sounds a little dangerous, though. But, I do like to live dangerously.
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    Re: Whats the difference between C and C++?

    Sounds pretty cool. It's at least a unique idea as far as I can tell.




    It's still hell. It's taking all the energy I have just to get all of the required reading out of the way. I haven't...
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    Re: C Programming: int n = getchar()

    The characters '0' through '9' are are ASCII 30h (48) through 39h (57). Therefore, if you really want to use getchar(), you'd have to do something like this:



    int n = (int)getchar();
    if (n <...
  8. Re: [AT&T ASM] How to handle LOCAL(Intel syntax) in AT&T

    Try commenting out the LOCAL declaration entirely and in place of blb: and cbl: labels, use .1: and .2:.


    http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/817-5477/ennab?a=view

    Even though that's Solaris' x86...
  9. Re: What CLI editor to use for writing C/C++ programs?

    You can do :make from within vim and it will run your Makefile, as long as it's in the same directory, of course. If you do it this way, it will bring you do the line of code where the compiler...
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    Re: Whats the difference between C and C++?

    I only said that I wasn't wild about its syntax. I didn't say I refuse to learn the language because of it. I'm not wild about the syntax of perl, either, but I still learned that one. I just...
  11. Re: [AT&T ASM] How to handle LOCAL(Intel syntax) in AT&T

    Well, to begin with, I'm completely unfamiliar with the LOCAL keyword. Is that supposed to declare a local variable or a local symbol? Like I said, I couldn't see where you were using them in your...
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    Re: Whats the difference between C and C++?

    Okay, I misspoke. The greatest of hackers are able to program in assembler. It certainly isn't the language of choice, unless you want to do some system-level hacking.
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    Are those local symbols? If so, I don't see them being used anywhere... If they are local symbols, AT&T syntax requires them to be in the form .L1, .L2, etc.
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    Re: Whats the difference between C and C++?

    For embedded programming, C and Assembler are a must have. I believe any programmer should be able to program in C at a minimum. (And the greatest of hackers program in Assembler ;)) It is the...
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    Re: Whats the difference between C and C++?

    Okay, but what do you do until D comes around. Complain about C++ and refuse to use it because it's "hard"? (I know that's not what you're doing, Picard, but I've gotten that impression from some...
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    Re: Whats the difference between C and C++?

    It's easy to do stupid things in C++, sure. But that's why you, as the programmer, have to make yourself "unstupid", for lack of a better term. I just started working as a SW Engineer last year...
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    [SOLVED] Re: libtk8.4.so not found: ns-2 run-time error

    Never mind. If I exit from root user, the executable links to the library just fine.
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    libtk8.4.so not found: ns-2 run-time error

    I installed all of the dependencies for ns-2 individually, which include tcl/tk 8.4 (I probably could have used the debs, but oh well), otcl, and tclcl. I checked out ns-2, nam-1, and xgraph...
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    Re: Help with eletronics ...

    I've never used such a board before. The good news is that you can apply power to your breadboard any way you want to (as long as you don't short power and ground together). You don't necessarily...
  20. Re: Wanting to learn open source C/C++ programming fundamentals

    Thanks for all your advice, everyone.
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    samjh,

    You're right - poor choice of words. How about "large programming project development fundamentals?" And, better yet, using GNU utilities such as gcc, g++, gdb, make, automake, etc. I...
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    Re: What is the best IDE for Assembly language?

    Honestly, I don't have oodles of experience in assembly but I was a teaching assistant for our assembly language class in the Electronics Engineering program in college. I found that the best way to...
  23. Wanting to learn open source C/C++ programming fundamentals

    Hi all,

    I consider myself to be a good programmer. Unfortunately, I haven't done much of it in the past couple of years. I've been concentrating on my degree in Electronics Engineering which...
  24. Thread: Feisty Poll

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    Poll: Re: Fiesty Poll

    The only problems I had were with restricted modules (NVIDIA and Atheros drivers) and I was warned the modules wouldn't be installed during the upgrade. Otherwise, it was a very clean upgrade. ...
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    Re: What text editor for LaTeX?

    I like SciTE. You can install it from the repositories and you can install a windows version. http://www.scintilla.org/SciTE.html. Just pick the language you want to use. TeX is available as an...
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