How to differentiate "1" and "l" in matlab?
These two symbols are nealy displayed in the same form. Anyone has a good method to make them differentiable?
> These two symbols are nealy displayed in the same form. Anyone has a good method to make them differentiable?
There are several programming fonts available which clearly distinguish
commonly confused characters. If you are using windows try for example
...Eudora 7.1: how big "In" and "Out" mailboxes?
when I used Eudora 6 I had problems with it because I had too many
email in "In" and "Out" mailboxes.
An expert told me to move many emails to a different new folder. I
didn't have any problem anymore.
But I don't remeber how many email can stay in "In" and "Out"
I know In and Out mailboxes cannot be too much big because they
could break. Can you tell me how much big the mailboxes have to be?
Although I have never tested the truth of the statements, I have read
many times to keep both your "In&quo...why "::", not "."
Why does the method of modules use a dot, and the constants a double
Math::PI and Math.cos
Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
On Oct 26, 2010, at 01:48 , Oleg Igor wrote:
> Why does the method of modules use a dot, and the constants a double
> Math::PI and Math.cos
For the same reason why inner-classes/modules use double colon, because =
they're constants and that's how you look up via constant namespace.
Math::PI and ActiveRecord::Base are the same type of lookup... it is =
just that Base is a module and PI is a float....about "++" and "--"
why this program snippet display "8,7,7,8,-7,-8"
the program is:
> why this program snippet display "8,7,7,8,-7,-8"
Ask your compiler-vendor because this result is IMHO implementation-defined.
Check this out:
> why this program snippet display "8,7,7,8,-7,-8&q..."out" and "in out"
Hi i found the following explaination:
In Ada, "in" parameters are similar to C++ const parameters. They are
effectively read-only within the scope of the called subprogram.
Ada "in out" parameters have a reliable initial value (that passed
in from the calling subprogram) and may be modified within the scope
of the called procedure. Ada "out" parameters have no reliable
initial value, but are expected to be assigned a value within the
What does "have no reliable initial value" mean when considering the "out"
By chance I created a small program as follows:
s : string := "CAT";
procedure modify ( s1 : out string ) is
s1(2) := 'U';
put ( modify(s) );
now I get as a result "CUT", and i dont understand why i get this result.
Doesnt the "out" specify that its initial value isnt passed in via the
parameter? But it seems to be passed in the above. In fact the "out" is
acting like an "in out". I am a little confused. Could someone shed some
light on this?
"zork" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> Hi i found the following explaination:
> In Ada, "in" parameters are similar to C++ const parameters. They are
> effectively read-only within the scope of the called subprogram.
> Ada "in out&q...Urgent need """""""""""INFORMATICA DEVELOPER"""""""""""""
How are you ? Please find the requirements below.
Title: Database/ETL Developer
Duration: 6 months
Database/ETL requirements (Mandatory)
Candidate must have worked with financial instruments, preferably
Mutual Funds but, Equities are also ok.
PL/SQL - packages, Stored procs, Functions, Aggregate functions,
Informatica 8.6 - especially complex mappings, complex maplets,
complex workflows, transformations
Unix/Linux shell scripting
Database/ETL requirements (Optional)
Data warehousing experience
Threading and job concepts in 10g/11g
Cost based Optimizer concepts in 10g/11g
Must : Experience with XML files and partitioning concepts in
Oracle, Collections, Material Views
Note : No phone calls please.
: send Resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks & Regards
...NI Installer Update message "Update Failed" for Labview 7.1.1
Hi, We finally decided to open our LV 7 box, yes I know that version 8
is already out. After I download the version 7.1.1 upgrade and
try to install I get the following message Update failed There
was an error while attempting to verify the product(s) for the :abVIEW
7.1.1 update. Please repair or reinstall the product(s) before
running this application.
Before I reinstall I wanted to post this message so I don't waste my
time with the reinstall. Labview 7.0 works on my computer and I
am not sure where to go from here. Other than trying to resinstall V7
I think you have downloaded an update for LV7.1 and such an update does not work with LV7.0.
Because you have LV7.0 it is only possible to update to LV7.0.x and not 7.1.1.
From 7.0 to 7.1 you had have to by the newer version.
..."In" "Out" and "Trash"
I just bought a new computer and I re-installed Eudora Light on my new
computer. But when I open Eudora, the "In", "Out" and "Trash" links
are not on the left side of the screen the way they were on my old
computer. How can I get these links back on the left side of the
screen? Thank you.
On 25 Mar 2007 09:49:22 -0700, "abx" <email@example.com> wrote:
>I just bought a new computer and I re-installed Eudora Light on my new
>computer. But when I open Eudora, the "In", "Out" and "Trash" links
>are ..."Correct" term for a 1:1 relationship between a "database" and an "instance" where > 1 such things are on the same physical server?
What is the "correct" term for a 1:1 relationship between a "database"
and an "instance" where there are at least two such "things" on the
same physical server?
Nearly all the Oracle docs and books define a database something like
DATABASE - a collection of datafiles and oracle config files; useless
without an "instance" to access the database.
INSTANCE - a collection of background procs and memory structures,
used to access a "database."
Where I work, people typically call each "thing" mentioned in my
Subject: line an "instance" or a "database instance." What is the
"correct" term for having more than one of these "things" on the same,
unpartitioned physical server?
This may be splitting hairs; but when people don't or can't come to
terms, confusion ensues--and that's typically a Bad Thing.
I noticed, or rather a colleague of mine did, that even Tom Kyte mixes
terms. In the book Expert Oracle Database Architecture (2005 edition)
on page 50, in the bullet-pointed definitional paragraph for Instance,
he throws the word "database instance" into the mix. A "no no"
according to my colleague (don't shoot the messenger, please); because
the vernacular seems to be "instance" or "database instance" for the
I like to be precise with terms, but then there are business
stakehold...FP default-values and diagram "constants" can change in LabVIEW 6.1 and 7.1
I'm posting here [instead of bug report] first, in case this isn't really a bug.
I created a bunch of similier VIs with type-def cluster inputs, and, on each VI, gave the clusters a default-value. I'm finding that when these typedefs are changed by removing an element, the default FP values are corrupted. In my case it gets worse. When I used these VIs on diagrams, I frequently created a cluster-constant - derived from the VI's cluster-control (described above.) The remaining elements in the diagram-"constants" are also changing.
This sounds like it could be a bug AND normal operation.
There are bugs in LV 7.1, 7.0 and possibly earlier that cuases LV to choose the wrong value when bundling and un-bundling by name.
I have been told these are fixed in LV 8.0
See this thread for more details on the bug.
<a href="http://forums.ni.com/ni/board/message?board.id=170&message.id=105455&jump=true" target="_blank">http://forums.ni.com/ni/board/message?board.id=170&message.id=105455&jump=true</a>
Now as far as the constants that are based on the type...Changing "Figure 1" to "Scheme 1"
I'm trying to complete a 1-page abstract and am using floatflt to wrap
the figures. I have tried to find the answers to the following, but
time is of the essence at the moment. My question is regarding one of
the captions: I want "Scheme 1" to replace "Figure 2" in the 2nd image
I have included. Advice on this is much appreciated and also how to
remove the colon after "Figure X:"/"Scheme X:".
This is what is written:
some more text
I used the caption2 with luck to change the figure captions in an earlier
project, but caption2 seems to be obsolete and superseeded by the caption
package. In any case, maybe one of them may do the trick for you.
> I'm trying to complete a 1-page abstract and am using floatflt to wrap
> the figures. I have tried to find the answers to the following, but
> time is of the essence at the moment. My question is regarding one of
> the captions: I want "Scheme 1" to replace "Figure 2" in the 2nd image
> I have included. Advice on this is much appreciated and also how to
> remove the colon after "Figure X:"/"Scheme X:".
> This...elementvise division "1./a" versus "1 ./ a"
I wonder why there is a difference in the way scilab interprets "1./a"
and "1 ./ a". Is this intentionally or is it a bug?
-->a=[2 3 4]
! 2. 3. 4. !
! 0.0689655 !
! 0.1034483 !
! 0.1379310 !
-->1 ./ a
! 0.5 0.3333333 0.25 !
Torbj�rn Pettersen wrote:
> I wonder why there is a difference in the way scilab interprets "1./a"
> and "1 ./ a". Is this intentionally or is it a bug?
> -->a=[2 3 4]
> a =
> ! 2. 3. 4. !
> ans =
> ! 0.0689655 !
> ! 0.1034483 !
> ! 0.1379310 !
> -->1 ./ a
> ans =
> ! 0.5 0.3333333 0.25 !
It's feature plus an unlucky situation.
1./a is intepreted as (1.0)/a which by definition computes the
pseudo-inverse of a .
Contrary to that 1 ./ a is the (./) operator. It's expanded into
ones(a) ./ a which gives elementwise devision.
So it's just that 1. is a floating point constant.
There is no problem with say a./b !
Lehrstuhl fuer Numerische Mathematik
RWTH - Aachen University
D 52056 Aachen, Germany
Hm yes you are right... but I'm not sure I like that feature - It took
to long to figure out where the error was :-)
Helmut Jarausch wrote:
> Torbj�rn Pettersen wr...Does Python have equivalent to MATLAB "varargin", "varargout", "nargin", "nargout"?
Thank you in advance for your response.
> Thank you in advance for your response.
And those do ... ?
Jorge Godoy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Where you would use varargin and nargin in Matlab, you would use the
*args mechanism in Python.
with different argument lists
Where you would use varargout and nargout in Matlab you would use tuple
unpacking in Python.
Play with this
a, b = t2(2)
x = t2(3)
On Feb 18, 12:58 pm, open...@ukr.net wrote:
> Th...Distribute app as "SIT", "ZIP", "DMG", "SEA", etc???
Hi. I have a Mac application. It's NOT a universal binary, but it IS a
carbonized application. It runs on Mac OSX, and old Mac OS's back to OS
8.6 as long as the user has the CarbonLib extension active. My app, by
the way, is VERY simple...just one file, the application...no other
files, just the app. For years and years, I've been distributing this
application as a simple SIT file. That was pretty standard, at least a
while ago it was.
But, now, every now and then, I get a comment from someone who has no
idea what ".SIT" means, and apparently Apple no longer even installs
StuffIt Expander on new OSX installs. So, what to do?
I know Mac OSX now has it's own "Archive" capability and creates ZIPs,
but I'm not sure old Mac's would know what to do with such a file. Does
the same go for DMG's?? I have a very old version of StuffIT Deluxe, so
I suppose I could make a "SEA", self-extracting application from
it...that would presumably work on Mac OS 8.6 on up to OSX? How about
using DiskUtil to create a DMG? Are DMG's created in OSX recognized
back in the land of OS 8.6 or 9?
Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated. THANKS!
In article <email@example.com>,
David <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi. I have a Mac application. It's NOT a universal binary, but it IS a
> carbonized application. It runs on Mac OSX, and old Mac OS's back to OS
...Release: "DirectPython 0.7" and "DirectX for comtypes 0.1"
New versions of DirectPython and DirectX for comtypes are now
available at http://directpython.sourceforge.net/
What are these?
DirectPython is a C++ extension to the Python programming
language which provides basic access to DirectX (9.0c) API,
including Direct3D, DirectSound, DirectShow and DirectInput.
The full distribution is very easy to install and it includes
many samples and documentation which shows the basics of
DirectPython programming. No additional packages are needed.
DirectX for comtypes is a package which contains the COM
interface definitions which can be used to call DirectX
through comtypes. This package is still experimental and
currently only supports Direct3D.
Whats new in 0.7.0?
-Better support for NumPy (and some other libraries, too).
And much more. Check the release notes for further information.
A Windows operating system with Python 2.4.x and DirectX 9.0c
...Eudora 7.1: after a crach now I see only "?" in "IN" folder. help!
Hi, I use Eudora 7.1 with Windows 7. Today when I have opened Eudora
came out an error of Windows, I saw a blue screen.
Then I have turned on my PC and when I have opened Eudora in I saw
"In" folder all the email with "?" question mark on the left. It is
orrible to see them. Only in "In" folder. Can I solve that problem? I
don't like to see "?" even if Eudora works fine.
the.hunter@TOGLIkatamail.com wrote in
> Hi, I use Eudora 7.1 with Windows 7. Today when I have opened Eudora
...Function ( "TxtA TxtA TxtA TxtB TxtC TxtA"; "TxtC" ; 1 ; "TxtA" ; 1 ) -> "TxtB" ?
How would you to extract a string between "TxtC" an "TxtA" ("TxtB") with a
function like this one :
Function ( "TxtA TxtA TxtA TxtB TxtC TxtA"; "TxtC" ; 1 ; "TxtA" ; 1 ) ->
On Dec 4, 7:51=A0am, "Grolo" <Gr...@yahoono1phub.com> wrote:
> How would you to extract a string between "TxtC" an "TxtA" ("TxtB") with =
> function like this one :
> Function ( "TxtA TxtA TxtA TxtB TxtC TxtA"; "TxtC" ; 1 ; "TxtA"..."if matlab version 188.8.131.52(R14) service pack 3 will work in windows 7, 32 bit"
As i am not able to open the subjected version in windows 7 32/64 bit even in compatibility mode. system is showing "start error desktop" with long list of files starting with "java" and ending with "source unknown. please give the solution.
"manjit singh" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> As i am not able to open the subjected version in windows 7 32/64 bit even
> in compatibility mode. system is showing "start error desktop" with long
> list of files starting with "java&qu...FAQ 1.12 What's the difference between "perl" and "Perl"? #7
This is an excerpt from the latest version perlfaq1.pod, which
comes with the standard Perl distribution. These postings aim to
reduce the number of repeated questions as well as allow the community
to review and update the answers. The latest version of the complete
perlfaq is at http://faq.perl.org .
1.12: What's the difference between "perl" and "Perl"?
One bit. Oh, you weren't talking ASCII? :-) Larry now uses "Perl" to
signify the language proper and "perl" the ...How to alias "n1" to "n 1" and "n2" to "n 2" and so on (with style)
I have the following bash function:
case "$1" in
while [ $counter -lt $1 ]
echo "staying where I am, give me a number (<99) next time :)"
The allows me to move up, say 4 levels, using ".. 4"
Now, typing the space annoys me so I define the following aliases:
alias ..='.. 1'
alias ..2='.. 2'
alias ..3='.. 3'
alias ..4='.. 4'
alias ..5='.. 5'
Not very elegant I con...fnmatch("\\\\", "\", 0) == 1 ???
FYI fnmatch("\\\\", "\", 0) in DJGPP returns 1(no match) -- the escaping
functionality seems to be broken.
The same function call returns 0 (match) in Linux (Red Hat 9 kernel
2.4.20) -- what it should be.
Alexei A. Frounze wrote:
> FYI fnmatch("\\\\", "\", 0) in DJGPP returns 1(no match) -- the
obvious correction (missed one slash):
fnmatch("\\\\", "\\", 0)
> escaping functionality seems to be broken.
> The same function call returns 0 (match) in Linux (Red Hat 9 kernel
> 2.4.20) -- what it should be.
Alexei A. Frounze <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Alexei A. Frounze wrote:
>> FYI fnmatch("\\\\", "\", 0) in DJGPP returns 1(no match) -- the
> obvious correction (missed one slash):
> fnmatch("\\\\", "\\", 0)
>> escaping functionality seems to be broken.
>> The same function call returns 0 (match) in Linux (Red Hat 9 kernel
>> 2.4.20) -- what it should be.
Info page says
" #include <fnmatch.h>
int fnmatch(const char *pattern, const char *string, int flags);
This function indicates if STRING matches the PATTERN. ..."
So DJGPP says that "\" doesn't match "\\" while Linux says it does.
Well, I say DJGPP is right as the pattern says there should be two
backslashes and you only provide one.
> This functi...interface "Matlab" with "Ansys" ??
Did any body know how to interface "Matlab" with "Ansys" ?? I am having matlab optimization code. but,how to interface it with ANSYS I don't no. pl,guide me to solve my problem .
Sampath Kumar L
Mob :- 9591488258
"Sampath Kumar" <email@example.com> wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> Did any body know how to interface "Matlab" with "Ansys" ?? I am having matlab optimization code. but,how to interface it with ANSYS I don't no. pl,guide me to solve my problem .
> with regard...C++11 Variadic Templates: Format("I %%% about %%% of %%%","dream", 7, 9) == "I dream about 7 of 9"
I wanted to write a function that takes a string containing a number
of placeholders and a corresponding number of other parameters
(perhaps non-pod) and returns a string with the placeholders replaced
with stringified versions of the parameters:
Format("I %%% about %%% of %%%","dream", 7, 9)
....would evaluate to...
"I dream about 7 of 9"
....in a similar way to what...
os << "I " << "dream" << " about " << 7 << " of " << 9;
.......Urgent JAVA Requirement in """"""NEW YORK"""""""""
How are you ? Please find the requirement below.
Location : NY
Duration : 8 mnths
Java/J2EE Web Service Developer
=B7 (4+ years of application development experience in Java/J2EE
and Web service technologies.
=B7 Experience with spring & Hibernate.
=B7 Experience with J2EE Application Server (preferably Web
=B7 Preferable Aqua logic DSP Experience
=B7 Preferable Sonic ESB Composite Service experience
Experience working in UNIX environment.
Good working knowledge of Oracle RDBMS and PL/SQL)
Note : Please send your updated resume along with contact no to
Thanks & Regards
# 1572, 7 th Floor Suites,
1 Blue Hill Plaza