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  1. [SOLVED] Re: Overloading operator

    No that actually might be a good idea (from that page). I tried something similar but not quite the same and ran into issues. Basically if I just have a virtual function "write" in the base class and...
  2. [SOLVED] Overloading operator

    Hey, I've been having a lot of trouble trying to do this. Basically I want to have something like this:



    class A {
    //
    public:
    ostream& operator<<(ostream& out, const A& a);
    };
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    Re: What is the commenting standard in C++?

    There is often cases where people need to code something they don't understand how it works, but they know how to use it (because it's well documented). For example, you can write client-server...
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    Re: What is the commenting standard in C++?

    Mind = Blown. This makes so much sense, I've always left my header files without comments and javadoc style commented my source files. Not sure why I didn't think of the other way around. That makes...
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    Re: What is the commenting standard in C++?

    That's what I was saying, people have said that your code should be written as clear as possible so that it's self explanatory and then only comment what may not be obvious. But I was talking about...
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    What is the commenting standard in C++?

    I'm used to Java, and I really like their extensive documentation (javadoc). C++ doesn't seem to have anywhere near as much documentation. From people I've talked to and source code I've seen, people...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: hard-linking /data folders to /home with fstab

    I see. I'm going to give Morbius1's route a go a little later perhaps. Thanks for the help!

    Yeah when I first got my SSD I had a lot of problems where the OS was loading faster than the config...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: hard-linking /data folders to /home with fstab

    I just copied what you had in your fstab and changes the folders to mine. I didn't distinctly label a drive Data or made any changes.




    The folder already exists with all the sub folders I...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: hard-linking /data folders to /home with fstab

    From a bit of reading, apparently you can't create hard-links between different file systems (and often not even with directories). Though, what I'm trying to do isn't actually a hard-link. I'm...
  10. [ubuntu] hard-linking /data folders to /home with fstab

    So initially I had / on my SSD and /home on my HDD. I just did a clean install of Oneiric but put my entire filesystem including /home on my SSD and instead had my old /home folder mounted at...
  11. [SOLVED] Re: Keep separate /home or have a separate /data?

    I actually love this idea. Does this make it so that the folders are seem like they are seamlessly within my home folder even though they are on a separate drive?

    Did you make a new partition (or...
  12. [SOLVED] Keep separate /home or have a separate /data?

    I'm going to do a clean install of Oneiric within a few days on my desktop currently still running Natty. Currently I have the filesystem (/) installed on my 60GB SSD and my home folder (/home)...
  13. Re: Why are almost all computers sold today black in color?

    Because once you go black, you never go back.

    So they say.
  14. [ubuntu] Re: Question about buying things from the Ubuntu Software Center

    I imagine it's linked to your account that is mandatory to make a purchase.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dual OS problem

    If I'm not mistaken, Pre-installed Windows licenses are designed to be used specifically with the machine it was pre-installed on. The license is always stamped on the back of laptops. You have every...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Dual OS problem

    Check for a recovery partition (it may show an option at boot). Some recovery partitions are intentionally hidden (Acer's for example). I believe it's alt+F12 or something on boot to run it on...
  17. Re: Programming with Linux for Mac OS platform

    Thank you for clarifying!
  18. Re: Programming with Linux for Mac OS platform

    It used to be illegal to code for a Mac unless you're on a Mac (because you weren't allowed to virtualize Mac). Though I hear Apple now allows you to virtualize Lion. So, an alternative (if only...
  19. Re: 1,000 times faster than today’s fastest processor

    My 6 core i7 idles around 26C. On normal usage I've never seen it go past like 39C. Though, it could be the 32nm lithography on this chip. And also the fact that 5 fo the 6 cores are idle most of the...
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    Re: Should we start a programming consortium?

    Your right, it's basically as I just edited in to my post. You'd have to have permanently employed developers, permanently employed business related committee just like any other company. Everyone...
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    Re: Should we start a programming consortium?

    Well, you could have 100 thousand people donating 100 thousand dollars each and you would still result in nothing without the developers. I doubt many developers would be okay taking less than half...
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    Re: Should we start a programming consortium?

    I think he's suggesting that this work sort of like a corporation when it comes to finance. Basically you come up with a full complete idea for an application that a large amount of people want built...
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    Re: US Senate passes patent reform bill

    That's what I was saying by I'm not sure how I feel about this. I mean it's not really any big of a change. Not sure how much it'll fix. But at least they are accepting the fact that there is...
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    US Senate passes patent reform bill

    http://www.engadget.com/2011/09/09/us-senate-passes-patent-system-reform-bill-obama-expected-to-si/

    Not sure how I completely feel about this. Or how much it will even change. But at least they...
  25. Re: Ubuntu on mobile devices (smartphones/tablets)

    You can. There are bootloaders that allow you to run multiple Android ROMs. Theoretically you can have Ubuntu instead given the space. You'd need an ARM based build of Ubuntu, and even then you'd...
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