DragToDisk vs DirectCD
I have been out of touch with recent development by Roxio.
I have been using Roxio v. 5.0. I also use DirectCD. It has some problems
but is very useful.
I like Direct CD to carry data between home and office.
Now, I got Roxio CD 6. Nowhere is seen Direct CD. It seems that
Drag-to-Disk (DTD) seems to be equivalent to Direct CD. Could someone tell
me whether DTD is identical to Direct CD. I have lots of CD with data on
Direct CD. Satoshi.
Mike Richter, were you born with
"Scam Artist...Re: PROC SQL vs DATA STEP Question
Never Mind - I found my problem. Just needed to read my sql code properly
and see it was the NUT behind the wheel causing the problem.
Sorry to bother everyone.
...NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 3 December 2003 DeLUGE: Wendell Anderson will demonstrate Scribus, the free desktop publishing system
from="official DELUGE announcement"
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Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2003 02:11:48 -0500
From: M. Halegua <email@example.com>
Subject: Wednesday DELUGE: Scribus, Open Source Desktop Publishing
DeLUGE is meeting December 3, 2003, 6:30 PM.
The topic is Scribus (the rescheduled topic from last month).
Wendell Anderson will demonstrate Scribus, the Open Source Desktop
Publishing program for Linux.
Place: 590 Madison Avenue, 12th floor
If you haven't been to a DeLUGE meeting, please email me at t...Re: (rplaca) vs. (setf (car)) #2
> > (defun read-headers (stream)
> > (do ((line (read-line stream nil 'eof)
> > (read-line stream nil 'eof))
> > (headers '()
> > (case (elt line 0)
> > ((#\Space #\Tab)
> > ;(rplaca headers
> > (setf (car headers)
> > (concatenate 'string (car headers)
> > (subseq line 1))))
> > (t (push line headers)))))
> > ((or (eql line 'eof)...Depth of Recursion with parameters Vs Length of Iteration
I m woking in Graph algorithms. I am facing some difficulties with
very big graphs.
when I am calling the recursive function with parameters the no. of
calling recursive functions are less than without parameters before
program is terminated with segmentation fault. what is the impact of
argument in recursive function. I am passing vector as my argument.
when I am doing this using my explicit stack by iterative loop it
takes much more time than recursive function for very big graph. is
there any big difference in terms of speed for recursion and
Checkmate <su...keyboard and mouse: USB vs. built-in
When my laptop's screen blanks, it unblanks just fine if I touch the
built-in keyboard or mouse, but it remains blanked if I hit the USB
keyboard or mouse. Any idea why?
It's a Thinkpad running 2.4.20-20.9.
On 14 May 2004 00:54:14 -0600, Sherif Ghali
>When my laptop's screen blanks, it unblanks just fine if I touch the
>built-in keyboard or mouse, but it remains blanked if I hit the USB
>keyboard or mouse. Any idea why?
>It's a Thinkpad running 2.4.20-20.9.
Beacuse the USB controle...query performance SE vs IDS
i'm looking for arguments to explain why several dbaccess on a single
table are 2 times slower with ids than se. i understand this test
isn't quite pertinant.The table is organize differently.
The sqexplain shows an estimate cost equal to 1. i don't think so it
could be less? Thanks for noticing this thread.
> i'm looking for arguments to explain why several dbaccess on a single
> table are 2 times slower with ids than se. i understand this test
> isn't quite pertinant.The table is organize differently.
> The sqexplain show...Adobe Camera RAW 5.4 RC
Adobe Camera RAW 5.4 Release Candidate has been released:
At the bottom it says that the release includes new DNG Compatibility
conversion options and that these choices help address the additional
options available with an upcoming revision of the DNG Specification.
Camera Raw 2.4 and later: The DNG file will be readable by Camera Raw 2.4
(Photoshop CS) and later, and Lightroom 1.0 and later
Camera Raw 4.1 and later: The DNG file will be readable by Camera Raw 4.1
(Photoshop CS3) and later, and Lightroom 1.1 and later. The DNG file wil...Linux vs WinCE in my case
Still searching for answers on the web before we start off with this 'new
I can keep it simple saying the specs for that terminal are like a bus
system, PC104 would be close enough.
We are a 20 employee company specialised in data-communication for
transport-industries. All of wich are service,finance,project,sales and
We want to use make software:
3. Short time to market
4. Nice user interface.
Out of three software-developpers 1 is used to design/build server-side
Delphi-apps for Windows.
Another is u...Vocabulary matter: Component vs Element vs Item
This is a vocabulary question, with consistency in mind when giving name=
All three words =E2=80=9Ccomponent=E2=80=9D, =E2=80=9Celement=E2=80=9D a=
nd =E2=80=9Citem=E2=80=9D could be seen as =
interchangeable in plain English (or am I wrong?).
In the Ada literature, seems =E2=80=9Ccomponent=E2=80=9D is most used in=
component=E2=80=9D (sometime, less commonly =E2=80=9Crecord element=E2=80=
=9D), and far less for =
indexed or linked structures.
The words =E2=80=9Celement=E2=80=9D and =E2=80=9Citem=E2=80=9D are both =
used in the RM...Memory : Stack vs Heap
Thanks everybody for helping me with the Syntax confusion! The
implicit conversion stuff really got me :) I have one more
Does the above use the default constructor and get me an Array<int32>
with a size 0? The memory used is the stack, right?
ia = Array<int32>(10);
Will my array be on the stack or the heap? Based on my observation
with MSVS 2003, it looks to be on the Heap, but I'd like to be sure
that is indeed the standard!!
class Array : public Object
explicit Array(int32 aSize = 0)...Scribus
W '04 <:> Open
...C++ design/over desiging : stl style vs OOPS, OOAD
I am a bit confused about so many design approaches to even the
simplest of problems. I am not able work with all of them together. It
seems I have to pick one of these.
Mainly there seems a distinct choice between the two.
1. The new generic programming way. All this stl algorithms, range
functions, transforms, generates and function objects etc. (This is
my favourite for fun).
2. The object oriented, polymorphic, way. Say the trolltech QT
framework. You really wouldn;t be approaching with style1 if you were
to design something like QT. I guess.
When do you do what. Can I say ...Hemlock vs Emacs/ilisp
Do most CMUCL users use Emacs with ILISP or are they still using Hemlock.
I kind of get the impression that Emacs with ILISP is the popular choice.
I've been using SBCL with Emacs/ILISP on Debian and find it works fine for
me. But, I see Hemlock in a lot of CMUCL archive messages. Does Hemlock
come closer to the Lisp Machine type of environment then Emacs/ILISP ? I'm
going to be installing CMUCL on a Solaris OS next week and was wondering if
it would be worth looking at. I know try it and see if you like it, but
feedback form C.L.L. is always welcome and may save a litt...Year vs Date
I would like to have from the date-variable "Datum" the Year an Month.
It doesn't give the correct result with Year(datum) and Month(datum).
datum = bedrag + (INTCK('day','01jan1974'd,'31dec2013'd) - 1) ;
format datum ddmmyy8. ;
What do you think the correct result should be?
You are counting the number of days between two dates, adding some value
to it (bedrag), subtracting 1, and then treating the resulting value as a
The month(), day() and year() functions simply return the month (1 thru
12), day of the month and yea...Word 97 vs. XP
I've got a question:
Is it possible to make Word XP, to look for files after choosing
File/Open... menu, the way it was in Word 97? I've got many files in one
folder and in word 97 i wrote part of the file name pressed Enter and only
matching files were shown. But in Word XP I don't have that option, I must
put my search string in * * e.g. *part_of_file_name* and in word 97 you
just typed part_of_file_name, without * *. Is it possible?
Thanks in advance
...Re: Explainability vs Predicatbility--What's the difference #2
In clustering, I think one wants to group similar attributes or
characteristics (clusters). Then someoone can take those clusters, study
each clusters attributes (i.e. independent variables) and then do
something with that information (market to those clusters, do profiling
of customers in those clusters or whatever the context is). There is no
prediction going on here. We are simply using variables for
In cluster analysis one groups people on the basis of their attributes,
which is not quite what you say here. And these clusters can b...RE: tuples vs lists
Don't know about sizes, but the tuples are faster than the lists.
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#- Enviado el: Martes 16 de Septiembre de 2003 1:52 PM
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#- Asunto: tuples vs lists
#- Are there any performance/size differences between using
#- tuples and using
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#- - Arthur C Anticlarke
...Borland vs. Microsoft C tools?
I need to do some DOS embedded programming and I'm interested in how
the Borland and Microsoft C/C++ compilers stack up (I'd be doing
straight C). I'm talking about the Borland 4.52 and 5.02 tools, and
the Microsoft 1.52 tools. I've looked around and not found any
comparisons between them.
So, are there any notable differences between the Borland and Microsoft
products that would make one or the other more suitable for embedded
Also, what are the differences between Borland 4.52 and 5.02, again
with particular reference to embedded DOS?
...Android Tablets vs. iPads in the Classroom
Nobody wrote this copyrighted missive and expects royalties:
It doesn't matter, except perhaps for cost.
Some 1500 miles west of the Big Apple we find the Minneapple, a
haven of tranquility in troubled times. It's a good town, a civilized town.
A town where they still know how to get your shirts back by Thursday. Let
the Big Ap...Mercury vs. Segue
This is a fairly long-standing debate, but I have to make a decision
within the next few days as to which set of tools we're going to
implement. Here's what I've got so far:
Lousy "award-winning" support, language barrier problems, etc.
Mainly unreadable, bulky code.
Object Repository largely unusable (but apparently this is improved in
Basic functionality missing from web application testing (e.g., you
have to write rather obtuse code to maximize a browser window, access
hidden form elements, etc.)
Quality Center is a large, robust requirements and test-ru...[News] Adobe Makes Web Cross Platform While Microsoft Integrates Web with the O/S
Adobe AIR fulfills hopes for cross-platform developers
,----[ Quote ]
| AIR is more or less a wrapper for Flash, said Gabor Vida, president
| of Teknision, a rich media application developer. But it is not tied
| to the operating system, he said. "We just deploy an AIR file, and
| it's the exact same file whether on a PC or on a Mac," with
| Linux support due soon, Vida said.
| AIR, however, is not as powerful as Microsoft's Windows
| Presentation Foundation or Apple's Cocoa development technologies,
| Brimelow said. With those, developers have fuller access to t...Netgear GA302T vs GA311 copper wire?
I just spoke with Netgear tech support in an effort to determine the
difference between these two gigabit adapters. The tech support person
informed me that the 302 can achieve speeds of 2000mbps over copper wire,
while the 311 go up to only 1000mbps. My network has CAT5 and/or CAT5e
cabling, and I am upgrading to gigabit switches ad adapters. Question: isn't
all network cable made of copper? What does it mean when I am told that
'copper wire' can enable higher speeds? Should I buy new wire so that I can
double my speed from 1000->2000mbps?
...id == vs is
Are the following two expressions the same?
x is y
Id(x) == id(y)
I ported some Java code to Python, and it was using Java's idea of
equality (via ==) in some places. Right now, I have a suite of unit
tests working using the second expression above, but I'm thinking
about switching to the first.
On Sun, 26 Oct 2014 17:12:29 -0700, Dan Stromberg wrote:
> Are the following two expressions the same?
> x is y
> Id(x) == id(y)
No, although if "Id" and "id" were the same function, they might be
equivalent in ...iTunes vs Quicktime
OK, how can your downloaded mp3 from newsgroups be mapped to QT and not
iTunes. I would really like to just click on one and have it open
without the entire iTunes opening up.
> OK, how can your downloaded mp3 from newsgroups be mapped to QT and not
> iTunes. I would really like to just click on one and have it open
> without the entire iTunes opening up.
OS X? DefaultApps prefpane.
In article <lyndonr-D8A9EA.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
lyndonr <email@example.com> wrote:
> OK, how can your downloaded mp3 fro...