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io_def binary mask values November 25, 2009

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So the other day, I was curious what the values were, hopefully someone finds these useful!

#ifndef __IO_DEF_H__
#define __IO_DEF_H__
extern “C”{
#include “ciol.h”
};
/*____________________*/
/*| Hex   |  Binary  |*/
/*|——-|———-|*/
#define IO_NO_ACTION (0x1)       /*| 0x1   | 00000001 |*/
#define IO_CLEAR (0x2)           /*| 0x2   | 00000010 |*/
#define IO_SHOW_ALL (0x4)        /*| 0x4   | 00000100 |*/
#define IO_SHOW_ERROR (0x8)      /*| 0x8   | 00001000 |*/
#define IO_SHOW_HELP (0x16)      /*| 0x16  | 00010110 |*/
// frame chars
#define _FRAME_CHARS “|+-+|+-+”
#endif
sorry about the lack of formatting, but again, hopefully this helps!

IO_Form November 9, 2009

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So, I have been working on IO_Form, mostly just doing the empty files… and when I updated, it got a conflict with the PRJ file. Now, me being lazy, I deleted my copy, and then used the one from SVN, added my files to it, then committed. Anyone finish or even start their code for IO_Form?

Automatically identifying yourself with IRC ( safe(r) way) October 5, 2009

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So, I was getting annoyed with always having to log in, and potentially letting my password be seen by others around me.   It is possible to have commands run on startup, I am not going to go through that part, instead I will provide a link to someones post which explains it.

http://secretsofmirage.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=3783

Now, after going through those instructions, go back to that ‘perform’ dialog, then on the next line, put “/clear”.  This will make sure that the status window is cleared, thus hiding your password!  Enjoy.

Google android, we all knew it wasn’t fully open source… October 4, 2009

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So I was just reading this article, and it goes on to say how a guy – Steve Kondik – was distributing a build of android..

The search giant faced some criticism last week when it ordered developer Steve Kondik to stop distributing a custom build of Android because it utilized closed-source applications like Gmail and Google.

Now, I know that every company needs to protect their stuff, but come on.  Google could have  just given permission to distribute as long as their apps are not modified.  Has anyone tried android, or developed anything for it.. I mean originally when I first heard about it I was under the impression that google android was supposed to be an open sourced platform for cellphones.

For full article: http://www.informationweek.com/news/software/open_source/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=220300340

Open source… learning? September 23, 2009

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I was just browsing through TED and I stumbled upon a talk about a open-source online education system.  Watch the video here.

Heres a quick quote from the description:

“…Connexions, his open-source, online education system. It cuts out the textbook, allowing teachers to share and modify course materials freely, anywhere in the world.”

Perl Problem September 23, 2009

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Internal error

I personally can’t figure this internal error out at the moment, going to take a shot at it tomorrow. If anyone can figure it out before I can, let me know.

Problem with assignment 1! (cywgin) September 18, 2009

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I am using ‘cywgin’ for C/C++ compilation etc. for netbeans.. It cannot find the library <conio.h>, should there be a seperate part for cywgin as well, as well how do I fix this problem?

getInt(char *strint, int val) September 17, 2009

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A) write a giant switch?

B)

char[32] temp;

int length = 0;
int i = 0;
while(key){
revertedstr[length++] = (number % 10) || ‘0’;
key/=10;
}
length–;
while (length >= 0)
str[i++] = revertedstr[length–];
str[i] = ”;

int length = 0;

int i = 0;


while(key){

temp[length++] = (number % 10) || ‘0’;

key/=10;

}

length–;

while (length >= 0)

str[i++] = temp[length–];

str[i] =“\ 0”;  /* take the space out of that, blog won’t allow a null character */

Another interesting video September 17, 2009

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http://www.ted.com/talks/kary_mullis_next_gen_cure_for_killer_infections.html

Awesome eco-friendly buildings September 17, 2009

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http://www.ted.com/talks/bjarke_ingels_3_warp_speed_architecture_tales.html