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This is probably a simple thing to do, so perhaps someone would send me in the right direction.
I need to generate a list containing numbers from 1 to 20, say. But I cant just use A = 1:20, for example, because that provides me only one instance of each of the values. What I need is X instances for each value. For example, 5 ones, twos, threes, and so forth.
Is there a simple command for this?
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> Is there a simple command for this?
x=3D5; %for example
"Ulrik Nash" <email@example.com> wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> This is probably a simple thing to do, so perhaps someone would send me in the right direction.
> I need to generate a list containing numbers from 1 to 20, say. But I cant just use A = 1:20, for example, because that provides me only one instance of each of the values. What I need is X instances for e...Python's __getattr__, Perl's autoload, Ruby's method_missing, and Smalltalk's #doesNotUnderstand
I'm still new here, and I just completed reading CLTL's documentation
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It doesn't appear that Lisp has the equivalent of Python's
__getattr__, Perl's autoload, Ruby's method_missing, and Smalltalk's
#doesNotUnderstand. That is, there is no way I can do this (without
new-function being defined):
and have it call some other function like this:
whose returning value will be evaluated as the value of new-function.
Or did I miss something?
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Nvidia's GeForce 6800 (NV40) 'Nalu' demo consists of 300,000 polygons.
very very impressive shit!
ATI's Radeon X800 (R420) 'Ruby' demo consists of only 80,000 polygons.
however it is also rendering a background with other elements. closer
to what would be in an actual game.
now, console gamers: keep in mind, whatever ATI has been able to come
up with at this point (re: the R420 / Radeon X800) is a stepping stone
to what they'll be able to have in 2005 for Xbox Next, and in 2006 for
On 14 Apr 2004 21:33:15 -0700, email@example.com (NV55) wrote:
>Nvidia's GeForce 6800 (NV40) 'Nalu' demo consists of 300,000 polygons.
>very very impressive shit!
>ATI's Radeon X800 (R420) 'Ruby' demo consists of only 80,000 polygons.
>however it is also rendering a background with other elements. closer
>to what would be in an actual game.
>now, console gamers: keep in mind, whatever ATI has been able to come
>up with at this point (re: the R420 / Radeon X800) is a stepping stone
>to what they'll be able to have in 2005 for Xbox Next, and in 2006 for
Wow............. I am impressed !! Must ask for an advanced
payment of my Social Security to buy these consoles. Both should
sink like rocks if not 100%backward compatible with existing
non-Next software. Also, a huge marketing problem for n...JSP, Servlet's, EJB's, Bean's?
I am currently developing an application where I call command line
programs and capture the output. This is fine.
What I am doing is creating a web interface for these programs using
JSP/Servlets. What I would like to do is be able to call these
programs. Using buttons or something, and dumping the output into a
I have a servlet that I generates the output that I need.
My question is How do I get that output into the textarea?
When I call a new function I want to be able to append the text to the
end of the text area.
I was told in another group that I would need a...It's a Bird, it's a plane, no! umm, it's Super Boid?
I have something actually working that seems allot like Swarm
Technology to me. The system features many smaller parts that seem
allot like "Boids" (or "Agents").
I'd be tempted to call them "Dorts" because they get thrown straight
at the target and fire on my machine at about 2,000 per second (in
1.9). Not very "natural" - one would not want to have mosquitoes able
to do that :)
There's no "in-flight" communication between the Boids - their life
cycle involves trying to attain values for a list of required
attributes and a docking with a "HelperClass" (see Ruleby also) for
any in-depth calculations. They make their assertions, record all the
results, and wait to be debriefed after they have landed.
So are these things Boids or not?
They are fired sequentially so they are not buzzing around sending
signals to each other.
However, if a Boid is assigned a lower pass number it can "leave
information" for a Boids fired on later passes - so there is
inter_boidal_communications :) - but only after their "flight" /
period of activity.
It's taken me almost 3 years to get this all this far along Right
now, however, I can go on localhost and author 10 new real almost
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these by hand they could take a full day.) Mostly all I have to do
is make multiple choices. (Lots of Ruby ...What's the correllation between File I/O's and Disk I/O's
We have a client that is getting poor response times.
But it's not consistant. One person may have no problems one day while
another is having huge delays, and the next day it's vice versa.
The system we have does a lot of data entry. Depending on the data
entered, a validation against files is required.
We've done a lot of investigation into this, and one thing that we
have noticed is that the number of Disk I/O's increases much faster
than the File I/O's requested.
One thing noticed was they had 9 disks, and disk 1 was going to 70-80%
utilisation (WRKDSKSTS), which in turn caused the other 8 disks to
increase in utilisation.
The iSeries is not reporting damaged objects, files or access paths.
File I/O's Disk I/O's
Action 1: 155 127
Action 2: 230 478
Action 3: 285 400
Action 4: 340 377
Action 5: 420 1220
Action 6: 480 2720
Looking at the above example Actions 1-4 look OK to us (afte review
the program source for Read/Writes and updates). But Actions 5 & 6
have much more Disk I/O than we'd expect.
Should there be some sort of correllation between File I/O's and Disk
What governs Disk I/O is it the OS?
Is there some configuration changes we might be able to make to help
alleviate the problem?
two things immediate. straspbal will balance the files by usage across
disks more evenly some files are mostly found on...Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! No-- it's WONDER
Yes, Wonder Chimpie-- strange primate from another planet!! Knows
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...EA treats it's employee's worse than it's customers!
Just more reasons not to by Anything from EA
On Sun, 21 Nov 2004 14:30:51 GMT, "Bill" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Just more reasons not to by Anything from EA
I would love to start boycotting EA because of their poor treatment of
staff, but I am already boycotting them for making so many crap games
they are actually damaging the industry and our art.
"Bill" <mrsp...What's Zonnon's aim at 'highest level' ?
So nice to 'enter the Zonnon-tree' at http://www.zonnon.ethz.ch
using only native-oberon tools, with no trouble.
No crap like 'must enable cookies' & unwarranted *.pdf etc. formats.
It's the minimalist, clear format eg.
> Examples in Zonnon for Algorithms & Data Structures book
> Zip archive (40 KB size).
ie. showing the download-file-size, which makes for Swiss quality ?
I seek a highest level [overview] of Zonnon's aims to evaluate if I
should spend resources investigating further.
Let's try and analyse the provided description:
> It retains an emphasis on simplicity, clear syntax and
> separation of concerns whilst focusing on concurrency and ease of
> composition and expression.
Q - How does it acheive better 'ease of composition' than existing
Wirthian languages ?
Q - What is an example of 'ease of expression' and how is this
> Unification of abstractions is at the heart
> of its design and this is reflected in its conceptual model based on
> modules, objects, definitions and implementations.
Q - I'm enthusiastic about any 'unification of concepts' because it
reduces apparent chaos to managable pieces; but where can I read
about this at a high level, without doing all the student exercises ?
> Zonnon offers a new
> computing model based on active objects with their interaction defined by
> syntax controlled dialogs. It also introdu...S*S'-> make a code program of DIFF (S) for S to excute expression:S*S, ( S=vector, S'=dS/dt). ideas to all?
now i need a help of ideas for a program style from all to find :S*S'.
here we would not be able to use directly Diff( S) cuz of error of unsame size of S & diff( S).
soo i dlove to get any code PROGRAM STYLEs for function S' ( dS/dt) to Find S*S', with S: vector, for example as a begining input:
Now make a code program to DEFINE S' by ALGORITHM of MATH.
dear all, my question going well for understanding??
iam waiting for all.
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After 3 days in front of this game I'm happy to say that my initial
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a very important historical perspective.
After a disappointment about a lack of print friendly manual (I
succumbed to printing with the color backdrops) and the fact the game
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willing to summarise the game thus:
- Just like Battle's in Normandy, SSG is replicating history pretty
closely with Carrie...Matching a View's columns to it's underlying table's columns
Using SQL Server 2000, I'm trying to put together a query that will
tell me the following information about a view:
The View Name
The names of the View's columns
The names of the source tables used in the view
The names of the columns that are used from the source tables
Borrowing code from the VIEW_COLUMN_USAGE view, I've got the code
below, which gives me the View Name, Source Table Name, and Source
Column Name. And I can easily enough get the View columns from the
syscolumns table. The problem is that I haven't figured out how to
link a source column name to a view column name. Any help would be
v_obj.name as ViewName,
t_obj.name as SourceTable,
t_col.name as SourceColumn
v_obj.xtype = 'V'
and dep.id = v_obj.id
and dep.depid = t_obj.id
and t_obj.id = t_col.id
and dep.depnumber = t_col.colid
email@example.com (Gary DeRousse) wrote in message news:<firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> Using SQL Server 2000, I'm trying to put together a query that will
> tell me the following information about a view:
> The View Name
> The names of the View's columns
> The names of the source tables used in the view
> The names of the columns that are used from the source tables
>...Prob's using Albert Kallal's SetDefaultPrinter on some OS's
I'm using Albert Kallall's code to set printers in A97.
I find that on some machines, the code locks up
and on others, it does not. I would like to overcome
this and was wondering about the experiences of
others who attempt to set default printer in A97?
I have an app running on an XP home edition box
fine. Same app running on XP Professional fails
when SetDefaultPrinter() is called.
I can post more of the code, which may be found
but I did not wish to clutter the post with too much
that may distract from the question.
> I'm using Albert Kallall's code to set printers in A97.
> I find that on some machines, the code locks up
> and on others, it does not. I would like to overcome
> this and was wondering about the experiences of
> others who attempt to set default printer in A97?
> I have an app running on an XP home edition box
> fine. Same app running on XP Professional fails
> when SetDefaultPrinter() is called.
> I can post more of the code, which may be found
> at http://www.members.shaw.ca/AlbertKallal/msaccess/printch97.zip
> but I did not wish to clutter the post with too much
> that may distract from the question.
I'm using XPPro and don't have a problem. Maybe step through the code
and see where it locks up on one of the machines that locks.
Thanks, Salad, for the helpful comments.
I had a hunch someone might s...[News] Microsoft's 'Future' is Linux's Yesterday
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,----[ Quote ]
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The Python's regex different from Perl's ,I want know what's the
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The regular expression syntax is ...90's Game -- Spielberg's "Director's Chair"
This seems like a long shot (get it...long shot?) but is anybody
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Special to Consumer Reports WebWatch
A "banker" recently e-mailed Consumer Reports WebWatch asking for our
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The pitch had a familiar ring to it. In this spin on the old Nigerian
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This scam hooked Stanley El of Woodbury, N.J., who responded to an
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Following an exchange of e-mails and phone calls, El ...Re: for Jimmie the button's rural, about me it's long, whereas on you it's pulling easy
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phone, second best-selling smart phone, best-selling tablet computer,
Other numbers have not changed: customer satisfaction, customer loyalty,
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"The iPhone doesn't have a speaker phone" -- "I checked very carefully" --
"I checked Apple's web pages" -- Edwin on the iPhone
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'[The IBM PC] could boot multiple OS, such as DOS, C/PM, GEM, etc.' --
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on the timeline of Solaris because it's a different OS.' (Edwin on Sun)
"Alan Baker" wrote in message
'It isn't recent.
The only thing that has changed are some numbers. Some big numbers:
largest company in the wor...