[SOLD] Cooler Master Elite 310 Cabinet + LG ODD
Model number and details:
Elite 310 Cabinet
Perfect condition. No scratches. No grease. No nothing.
Working USB headers and Jacks
Original carton and everything within (screws)
Ok, this is retarded.
Anyone found giving that example as h/w should be shot in the loins.
First the explanation part, and to understand that, you need to have a brief idea of what pointers are:
char *p = "Hello" is stored as: |H|e|l|l|o|
here p points to the first memory location...
What the ..? This is like saying C# is more advanced than C. Or a hammer is better than a pair of pliers.
L stands for Linux. Linux v/s Windows as a web server, you decide which is better.
The only thing PHP lacks is a better organization of function space (which is a humble mess), other than...
$("select").append("<option>" + i + "</option>");
The reason being your selector is incorrect.
$("select option") selects each option
$("select option").before("<option>" + i + "</option>"); inserts the new option before each option.
So your code grows in complexity from O(n) to O(2^n) and...
On the contrary, you have a text reader, which sends HTTP requests and yields the content. It is not a browser, the same thing can be achieved using `curl google.com` on *nix. What you do need to figure out is the exact thing you are having trouble with, i.e. rendering and for that you'll need...
Apocalypse means end. The End. But contrary to popular belief, it signifies rebirth as well. The biblical texts and many other civilizations consider it as the snakes head biting it's tail - a symbol of infinite time, i.e. with end comes a new beginning. Many words are there: Apocalypse...
Tried a similar thing about a year ago: Build Your Rig! (which can be accessed in my sig). It started by using Sorcerer's Google Spreadsheet uptill it's very own backend database. The project as it stands, is stagnant owing to the very fact that I couldn't get enough volunteers (and we all are...
You're defining the macros wrong.
A common pitfall while defining macros is when the programmer fails to properly parenthesize the arguments:
#define prod(x) (x)*(x)
The repercussions of which are explained by Desmond.
You are heading in the right direction, albeit a few things:
Your indentation is messy.
You don't have to use separate loop counter.
You are just few arithmetic short of fixing it.
But the first step in generating /any/ sequence is to generalize it, so it can work for any `n` number of...