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    please disable my account

    for working needs, I have to change my OS, hence I pray you to disable my forum account.
    I wish to say "thank you very much" to all forum users for their suggestions, tips and tricks.
  2. Re: Build Matplotlib 1.2.1 on Python 3.2, can't find Python.h?

    to use your ~/.bash_aliases as root, add the following lines to your /root/.bashrc
    if [ -f ~/.bash_aliases ]; then
    . ~/.bash_aliases
    fi
    if [ -f $HOME/.bash_aliases ]; then
    ....
  3. Re: Build Matplotlib 1.2.1 on Python 3.2, can't find Python.h?

    (not strictly connected to your issue, but anyway somewhat helpful for it) you might create an alias as follows:

    open a Terminal window and type (or copy & paste) into it
    alias...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Firefox + flash + java

    do you have installed lubuntu restricted extras, openjdk-7-jre and icedtea-7-plugin? If not, type the following command in a Terminal window:
    sudo apt-get install -y lubuntu-restricted-extras...
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    Re: Please offer programming language suggestions

    Ubuntu is GNOME-based, hence you may install MonoDevelop IDE without installing Gnome Desktop Environment.
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    Re: Please offer programming language suggestions

    I suggest python; it's preinstalled, hence you can invoke it simply typing
    pythonin a Terminal window.
    You may install its IDE, called IDLE, simply typing
    sudo apt-get install -y idlein a Terminal...
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    Re: Best Java decompiler???

    You may find some useful infors at the following link:
    http://www.program-transformation.org/Transform/JavaDecompilers
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    Re: Shine on please.

    if you're interested about how to create a C++ application using Cucumber-like rules, then the following link might be of some interest for you:
    https://github.com/cucumber/cucumber-cpp
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    [ubuntu] Re: Do I have a bad 12.04 instal?

    use this command
    uname -rto show your kernel release.
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    Re: Shine on please.

    Perhaps the following link might be helpful:
    http://www.linuxjournal.com/magazine/forge-cucumber
  11. Re: need some insight on development at web scale

    I think that on videolan website you might find some interesting resources for 1 (look at "FOR DEVELOPERS").
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    Re: a slice of javascript theory?

    because for z you use the square brackets instead of indexOf(), hence [xC] becomes a kind of reference instead of a single element array
    xC[0] is the first element of xC, i.e. 4, which is a number:...
  13. Re: How do you use modulus operator for Greedy Algorithm

    since hatsoff wroteI supposed that he was programming in C++.
  14. Re: How do you use modulus operator for Greedy Algorithm

    why do you use in your program
    remainder = remainder%quarterinstead of
    remainder = fmod(quarter,remainder):?:
  15. Re: Bash script to do *something* when a file falls in one of three categories

    the following code should work:

    for i in *.BIN
    do
    size=$(stat --printf="%s" "$i")
    if [ $size -gt 71680 ]
    then echo "$i is Large"
    elif [ $size -gt 34816 ]
    then echo "$i is...
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    Re: a slice of javascript theory?

    var a=[4,5,6,7,8,9];
    xB=a[0]; // x of instance B
    xC=a.slice(0,1); // x of instance C
    document.write(xB + "<br>");
    document.write(a.indexOf(xB) + "<br>");
    document.write(xC + "<br>");...
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    Re: echo write error?

    when you write [as root] do you mean this:
    sudo su
    chown kaspar:kaspar /media/sf_Transfer/AACor what else?
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    Re: echo write error?

    you might try to use chown instead of chmod
    sudo chown kaspar:kaspar /media/sf_Transfer/AAA
  19. Thread: Is it the same?

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    [ubuntu] Re: Is it the same?

    perhaps because I'm a former OS X user, I prefer Unity instead of GNOME Shell; with a couple of tweaks, made with dconf and gconf, it works really fine.
  20. Re: Light weight source code browser (C/C++) for Ubuntu 12.04 needed

    you might give a look to:
    code::blocks
    anjuta
  21. [ubuntu] Re: How to know the binary name of an application to run it from the Terminal??

    I'm not so sure that your question be really silly.
    For instance, I used the above procedure for creating my own installation script, where there are the binary names of all the applications I want...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: How to know the binary name of an application to run it from the Terminal??

    what you wish is very easy to get: simply do these steps:

    enter the name of your desired application in the search field of the ubuntu software center;
    when the icon of that application...
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    Re: Book on Effecient C++ Programming

    here two links that may interest you:
    http://clicktobegin.net/programming/intermediate-to-advanced-cpp/
    http://www.amazon.com/Advanced-C-Programming-Styles-Idioms/dp/0201548550
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    Re: C++ noob question.

    this additional link may help you to understand the difference of using & instead of *:
    http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/pointers/
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    Re: C++ noob question.

    Perhaps the following two links may help you to understand the difference:
    http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/functions/
    http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/functions2/
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