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need help Greping "$size[0]"
Hello

I want to grep "$size[0]" how can I comment out the "[]" so it actually searches for the full thing and not 0?

Thank You
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Using other computers for processing
Hello

I've wrote a C++ program which does some mathematical calculations, but the problem is that it takes way too long on any computer to finish.

Is there anyway to make more than 1 computer...
Forum: Programming 12-10-2006
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Posted By arya6000
k guys, I found the problem, gcc was not...
k guys, I found the problem, gcc was not installed properly, now it is and now I have a file called a.out after compiling it. How can I run it?
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there are more, but another one is BSD. I think...
there are more, but another one is BSD. I think there are 3 versions of BSD, I think the most used one is freeBSD www.freebsd.org
Forum: Programming 12-06-2006
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Posted By arya6000
same thing when I use gcc, do you think there is...
same thing when I use gcc, do you think there is something wrong with the compiler? I'm sorry if this sounds stupid, but one of first lines says: hello.c:1:19: error: stdio.h: No such file or...
Forum: Programming 12-06-2006
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:( Now it gives this error ...
:(

Now it gives this error

arya@arya-computer:~/Desktop$ cc hello.c
hello.c:1:19: error: stdio.h: No such file or directory
hello.c: In function ‘main':
hello.c:5: warning: incompatible...
Forum: Programming 12-03-2006
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Posted By arya6000
Question about compiling (noob)
I'm just getting started to lean C and I'm using Ubuntu today I found a tutorial at this site: http://einstein.drexel.edu/courses/CompPhys/General/C_basics/c_tutorial.html and I got an error after...
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Posted By arya6000
combining two internet connections
hey guys

Do you guys know of a good way that I can combine and load balance my 2 Internet connections using a Linux or Bsd box? Would LVS be able to do this?

Thanks in advance
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