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1. ## Thread: How to check planidrome dynamically?

by Haitalk
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### Re: How to check planidrome dynamically?

1) read string to an array variable.
2) calculate the length of the string using proper string function!
3) set two integer variables point to start & end of the string array!
4) use a FOR loop to...
2. ## Thread: We Want to Store the value a=10 by pointer

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### Re: We Want to Store the value a=10 by pointer

Could you explain the question in detail giving sample variables?
3. ## Thread: Need of webserver in Application Server...

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### Web Servers Re: Need of webserver in Application Server...

Web servers and Application servers are separate server programs and there would be no web server inside application server and vise versa! I think, what you mean is application servers that run both...
4. ## Thread: regarding prime no.

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### Re: regarding prime no.

Hi Rpgubba, you are right. Anyway,sorry for the mistake, and the last lines should be like this as pointed out by rpgubba!

"if ( r==0) printf(" not Prime");
else printf(" prime");"
5. ## Thread: password field in HTML...

by Haitalk
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### Web Design Re: password field in HTML...

AFAIK, its not possible in HTML!!!!
6. ## Thread: tail and head command...

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### Re: tail and head command...

Thats the difference and you can also use different options with each of the commands. Type man tail/head at command prompt for more!!!!
7. ## Thread: regarding prime no.

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### Re: regarding prime no.

int n,x,r;
scanf("%d",&n);
for (x=2;x<=n/2;x++)
{ r = n % x;
if ( r!=0) break;
}
if ( r==0) printf("Prime");
else printf("Not prime");
8. ## Thread: About C

by Haitalk
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### PeopleSoft Re: About C

Yes, Use a third int pointer to exchange the variables.
int *p, *n, * x;
int a,b;
p=&a; n=&b;
x=p; p=n; n=x;
9. ## Thread: time command for Windows

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### Unix/Linux Re: time command for Windows

use the command date.
10. ## Thread: How to connect to the server through my home computer

by Haitalk
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### Re: How to connect to the server through my home computer

No need to enable RRAS if both server and home PC are connected to Internet. Use RRAS only if you need to dialup to server using telephone line and in that case you need to first establish dialup...
11. ## Thread: How to lock a user in NIS domain?

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### Re: How to lock a user in NIS domain?

Could you make it more clear? What do you mean by locking a user in NIS domain? If you want to make the users logon to NIS domain only, just change the authentication method to NIS only in NIS...
12. ## Thread: Find 2nd Highest in sql server

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### SQL Server - Re: Find 2nd Highest in sql server

Very helpful thread...Now, I learned two new sql commands...TIE and TOP...Thanks
13. ## Thread: File location

by Haitalk
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### Windows Re: File location

\i386\winnt.exe ( for 16 bit / DOS installation)
or
\i386\winnt32.exe ( for 32 bit / Windows installation )
14. ## Thread: what is the difference between web product and web product

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### Re: what is the difference between web product and web product

Software product is an application which can be installed on any system which does meet its hardware and OS requirements. A web application is also an application which can be installed only on Web...
15. ## Thread: What is usage of Environment declaring in Shells

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### Unix/Linux Re: What is usage of Environment declaring in Shells

Environment variables are commonly used to store the data which must be available to all programs on the system and operating system itself. ie. PATH, SHELL etc. In linux, by default, the scope of an...
16. ## Thread: Send maill from local system

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### PHP Re: Send maill from local system

If PHP is configured on web server, you can use pear mail for sending mails from web sites. It comes with PHP or can be downloaded from php.net ie. http:// pear . php . net/package/Mail/download....
17. ## Thread: Is this a correct statement

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### Re: Is this a correct statement

int &rnum=12; It will change the memory location of variable mum so that next time we store something to variable mum, it will be stored at the memory location 12 overwriting the already stored...
18. ## Thread: to delete temp or related files on internet

by Haitalk
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### Windows Re: to delete temp or related files on internet

Hi,
Open Tools->Internet Options->Content, now select AutoComplete and clear all check boxes and click OK. I think, it will solve your problem!
19. ## Thread: Single phase motor hoist

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### Electrical Engineering Re: Single phase motor hoist

I think you can use one counter weight to solve the problem so that always there would be almost same load in both directions as in the case of Lift.
20. ## Thread: First server is down & I want to connect to other Server

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### Re: First server is down & I want to connect to other Server

In Active Directory domain environment, if both servers are Domain Controllers for the same domain, the clients would be authenticated to domain using the other DC in the event of a DC failure. Its...
21. ## Thread: http vs WWW

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### Re: http vs WWW

http mean the browser will use http protocol to communicate with that site, but www, only a naming standard, means the server is a webserver. In DNS there would be A records pointing to that site's...
22. ## Thread: Unix

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### Unix/Linux Re: Unix

use the command 'ps' or 'ps -A' to view all processes. fork is the system call to start new process in unix.
23. ## Thread: How to make my private IP address viewable on the Public Internet

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### Re: How to make my private IP address viewable on the Public Internet

Hi,
If you have static public IP from ISP and u install that software on that gateway system, u can use http:// YourPublicIP : 8080 to access it from internet. If you install it on a system with...
24. ## Thread: Three switches in-between server and client

by Haitalk
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### Re: Three switches in-between server and client

It entirely depends on the traffic in your network. If the data traffic in the network is with in normal limits, then using additional switches will put additional processing delay and slowdown the...
25. ## Thread: Access one network to another network

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### Re: Access one network to another network

I think Ajay is asking the ways to access a computer which behind a NAT or Proxy server. In such a case only the NAT or Proxy server would have public IP and all other computers in the internal...
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