Is Anyone Still Using Microstation 4.0
I have the lock and had copied the disks years ago...now that I needed
to load it again I find my disk 3 is blank and my disk 4 and 5 have
the same file on it.....rats.....was wondering if someone would be so
kind as to send me the missing files
Just found Version 4 today, with stiffy's. It may depend on
the Release number. But I'm willing to try and assist!
It that a genuine e-mail address? (firstname.lastname@example.org) And if
it is we will go private!
"RNO" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I have the lock and had copied the disks years ago...now
>that I needed
> to load it again I find my disk 3 is blank and my disk 4
> and 5 have
> the same file on it.....rats.....was wondering if someone
> would be so
> kind as to send me the missing files
> I have the lock and had copied the disks years ago...now that I needed
> to load it again I find my disk 3 is blank and my disk 4 and 5 have
> the same file on it.....rats.....was wondering if someone would be so
> kind as to send me the missing files
You can download all of Bentley Systems Inc.'s software for free from
Bentley.com . Place the MSTN file in its own folder, e.g.,
MSTN-V4-PROGRAM, or you can copy it to your own CD.
Install it, and it will run as a demo.
Place the load key or password file in the appropriate MicroStation
folder and it wi...Who uses still uses MCA RS/6000s?
I am trying to gage the usage of MCA RS/6000s these days. I'm working
on a web site that will cover RS/6k basics and provide modern free
software for AIX 4.3.3 and 5.1. Please reply to the group or send me a
note if you do use these machines.
"I'm working on a web site that will cover RS/6k basics"
Will vote for that.
Still struggling on with a couple of MCA RS6000's
Kevin Bowling schrieb:
> I am trying to gage the usage of MCA RS/6000s these days.
All builds of Firefox for AIX 4.3.3 are compiled on a...Re: Who uses still uses MCA RS/6000s?
Will vote for that too.
Work occasionaly with two 7011-44 MCA RS6000's with AiX 3.2 and 4.2 at home
...use of stills
Is it possible to create a video programme (capable of being put on to
cd) based on jpeg's and voice-over? Can jpeg's be converted to a
format which will let them be captured by Pinnacle or Ulead etc. or do
the stills have to be shot with a camcorder?
...when to use ; and when to use ,
Any statements like
can be replaced by
printf("abc"), scanf("%d",&x), a=20;
So when should we use ; and when sould we use ,
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Ravi <email@example.com> wrote:
>Any statements like
>can be replaced by
> printf("abc"), scanf("%d",&x), a=20;
>So when should we use ; and when sould we use ,
Use ; when you want ...Using using
I want to plot column 2 against col. 1, but subtract
a constant from col. 2. I tried, in a test script,
plot 'test.dat' using 1:($2 + 1) w p pt 7
but gnuplot complains
Warning: empty y range [1:1], adjusting to [0.99:1.01]
although the data file contains
What am I doing wrong? I read this in the manual:
plot 'file' using 1:($2+$3) "%1f,%1f,%1f"
which led me to use the above. I assume the format stuff
is not needed.
If I am doing this wrong, how do I modify a given column
to be plotted arithmetically?
Dieter...when to use == and when to use is
I know this question has been answered:
but I still have doubts. Consider the following code:
def __init__(self, a):
self._a = a
#def __eq__(self, other):
# return self._a != other._a
obj_0 = A(0)
obj_1 = A(1)
obj_2 = A(2)
obj = obj_1
if obj == obj_0:
elif obj == obj_1:
elif obj == obj_2:
if obj is obj_0:
elif obj is obj_1:
elif obj is obj_2:
Both if statements wo...Unable to delete MEX DLL file after use (access denied/ still in use)
I have been compiling some MEX files. However, I am unable to delete
them after using it once. To delete it, the only way I found was to
re-compile (which overwrites the dll file) and then delete it.
Any ideas why I am facing this problem? I don't see any activity in
the windows task manager. However, it might not appear anyway since it
is being invoked from MATLAB.
Have you tried using "clear functions" after calling the function, but
before attempting to delete them?
"P-GPS" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
news:1770515a-df30-420c-8a9c...Switching AIX to use LDAP authentication while still being able to use local accounts.
I have setup my AD account so that it can login to my AIX server. I have re=
moved my local AIX account and have permanently switched to using my AD acc=
ount. I'm using putty to ssh into my AIX server. If I don't specify my priv=
ate key to use in putty, I can see all the AD groups that were created on t=
he AD side. If I specify my private key to use because I want to use passwo=
rdless authentication, I see all the corresponding local AIX groups. Is thi=
s how it's supposed to work?
With no private for passwordless authentication I get the groups created on=
...Using where; Using index vs Using where
What are the difference between the following statements, which one is
mysql> desc SELECT COUNT(*) as `cnt` FROM vote WHERE `ip` =
INET_ATON('127.0.0.1') AND (`addtime` > NOW() - INTERVAL 1 DAY) ;
| id | select_type | table | type | possible_keys | key |
key_len | ref | rows | Extra |
| 1 | S...bash: How to use 'set -o vi' and still be able to use ctrl-a, ctrl-e etc.
Is it possible to use VI mode in bash and still be able to use ctrl-a,
ctrl-e, ctrl-l and ctrl-w like they work in Emacs mode? These key
sequences are hard wired into my brain after using emacs mode in the
shell for such a long time.
Most ctrl-<key> sequences don't seem to conflict with the VI key
sequences, is it possible to make them available in the VI mode?
Erik Terpstra schrieb:
> Is it possible to use VI mode in bash and still be able to use ctrl-a,
> ctrl-e, ctrl-l and ctrl-w like they work in Emacs mode? These key
> sequences are hard wired into my br...microsoft news: 50% of enterprise users still use XP. Microsoft: Businesses will not use windows 8.
An entire enterprise cycle binned in Metro madness
Analysis Like Thelma and Louise, executives at Microsoft's Windows
division have no doubts about which direction they want to point the car.
It's pedal to the floor, and over the cliff as fast as they can drive.
Last week the latest Windows 8 public preview confirmed what many had
expected and feared: there will be no compromise on the schizophrenic
user interface behaviour Microsoft is forcing on users.
As I wrote in March, the problem isn't the tablet-friendly Metro layer
per se. It's the severe disruption to the everyday experience caused by
integrating Metro front and centre. The start menu has gone, but pressing
the Windows key now throws the user into a radically different
environment with a completely different design, behaviour and even
This shotgun marriage of two completely different platforms, suited to
completely different devices, is completely disorientating. The new Metro
environment is designed for small touchscreen devices, and gives nothing
to benefit established desktop users.
Having encouraged us to hit the Windows key much more often in Windows 7,
Microsoft now punishes us every time for it. I cannot think of a change
forced upon users that's quite so violent since character-based terminals
gave way to graphical user interfaces. So Metro isn't the problem:
c...xlib: is it still being used?
While I was searching for a X-only GUI library, I've stumbled on xlib. I've
looked into a couple of examples and the first things that gathered my
attention was how light it was and how small the executables ended up
Nonetheless, after browsing sourceforge I've noticed that there's
practically no projects built based on the xlib library. Is there any
reason behind that?
Thanks in advance
Rui Maciel staggered into the Black Sun and said:
> While I was searching for a X-only GUI library, I've stumbled on xlib.
> I've looked into a couple of ex...Still using SoundFonts?
It's been a while since I took a look at available sample technologies.
Are SoundFonts still the standard? Now I see mentions of things like
VST, ACID, DXi, GigaSamples, etc. that I don't know much about, so I
wonder if I should be using something else. I'm not a professional
musician. I'm just looking for something that works and sounds decent.
I've used CakeWalk with MegaFont in the past, but it doesn't seem to
work with the latest drivers, and large SoundFonts cut out at certain
times. Is there a good alternative to MegaFont?
Thanks for...Is Linux still what it used to be?
I've been a Linux fan and advocate for almost a decade now, but in the
last few years I've started seeing the Linux community and even OSS
community as a whole splinter and change into something I don't really
recognize any longer.
When I first downloaded Red Hat Linux 4.0 in 1996 as a project in
school, it was exciting! I was a 20 year old guy who had grown-up
around BBSes, and seeing how BBSing was being eaten away by the
Internet, Linux was kindof the next 'geeky toy' to replace that BBS
fanatic side of me. It was wonderful! A great community behind it...Who still uses DOS and for what?
DOS interests me. Luckily I still am using Windows 98. What do you guys use
"John" <email@example.comPDA> wrote in message
> DOS interests me. Luckily I still am using Windows 98. What do you guys
> DOS for?
Anything where serious work needs to be done. Playing with graphics is all
very fine, but it takes an incredible amount of processing power to follow
the clicky-flashy path. No finesse, and ever-larger programs to perform the
most trivial functions.
...is nasm still in use?
The latest version I can find was built April 2005. Seems
a bit old.
I'm trying to decide on an assembler - is this the wrong tool?
% Randy Yates % "She has an IQ of 1001, she has a jumpsuit
%% Fuquay-Varina, NC % on, and she's also a telephone."
%%% 919-577-9882 %
%%%% <firstname.lastname@example.org> % 'Yours Truly, 2095', *Time*, ELO
There are several good assemblers that are regularly maintained:
1. NASM32 - http://www.asmcommunity.net/projects/nas...Is anyone still using ...
.... a product called INFORMAP from Synercom Technologies (seems to
have disappeared). Thanks!
The Synercom company stopped supporting the product about 15 years ago. A
new product called Metamap took its place. They can be found at
If you need assistance with data I could help.
"taymed" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> ... a product called INFORMAP from Synercom Technologies (seems to
> have disappeared). Thanks!
...why mainframes are still used?
In the today's age of supercomputer ,why mainframes are still used?
which are the operating systems for mainframes?
How they are different from the PC?
which are the mainframe manufacturing companies?
sorry to trouble you like this....
firstname.lastname@example.org (ashok) wrote in message news:<email@example.com>...
> dear all,
> In the today's age of supercomputer ,why mainframes are still used?
> which are the operating systems for mainframes?
> How they are different from the PC?
> which are...still using psp7
just tried X yesterday...
omg... talk about slow.
text tool still completely useless.
long live PSP7.
"Triumph The Insult Comic Dog" (firstname.lastname@example.org) writes:
> pretty sad...
> just tried X yesterday...
> omg... talk about slow.
> text tool still completely useless.
> long live PSP7.
Corel is serious about getting PSP X on the market. If you do want 9 for
the extra tricks it does, CompUSA is clearing the shelves for a grand cost
of $10 after upgrade and Corel rebates. Great to have...why still use C?
no this is no trollposting and please don't get it wrong but iam very
curious why people still use C instead of other languages especially C++.
i heard people say C++ is slower than C but i can't believe that. in pieces
of the application where speed really matters you can still use "normal"
functions or even static methods which is basically the same.
in C there arent the simplest things present like constants, each struct and
enum have to be prefixed with "struct" and "enum". iam sure there is much
i don't get it why people program in C and ...Why do you still use Fortran?
When I first graduated, I was quite unsettled to learn that C/C++ was
the lingua franca in most of the engineering companies I applied to,
and that Fortran tended to be used in niche applications.
My undergraduate education only encompassed Fortran and although I
could have put effort into learning C/C++, I thought (and still think)
that spending time learning another language would turn me into a jack
of all trades, but master of none.
So...why do you still use Fortran?
Why do these niche applications (such as the algorithms running on the
Earth Simulator) use Fortran?
As an undergrad, we...jdee still being used?
I've heard conflicing stories on whether jdee is still being used/
maintained. What's the
real story? :)
I am attempting to use it under cygwin with the windows XP version of
the jdk. I'm
finding and fixing several problems in which the pathname for the jdk/
jvm is being
wrongly used also for emacs functions (which should use the /cygdrive/
but am wondering if this is a waste of time if the project isn't
supported and is old
"GNU Emacs 23.2.1 (i686-pc-cygwin, GTK+ Version 2.20.1)
of 2010-10-01 on laptop"
...Who still uses AppleWorks?
With MS Office being the standard, who still uses AppleWorks? Schools
may make the mistake of isolating their students from the world. I
graduated from a High School that isolated students from windows and
MS Office, by training all their students on Macs and
Claris/Appleworks. This hurt me as well as every other student. I
may have mastered OS 7 and ClarisWorks 1-4.x when I graduated, but
reality took me by storm and I eventually had to transition to Windows
and MSOffice, after I left there. I hated using Windows 3.11
(compared to OS 7.5) and Office at first, but it was what the world