Qedit vs CodeWright vs Whisper vs ?
I've been a fond fan of Qedit(host) for many years now; already knowing this
editor leads me to stay with it when looking for a good client/server
But I admit I've also had my head in the sand for years, happily grinding
away at my Cobol/Image code, getting real work done, going home tired.
Meanwhile, the world's grown up without me.
Would you fine folks be so kind as to share your experiences with C/S
editors? I know I'll still be working on good old HP3000 Cobol, but now I'm
getting into the Unix world, and will probably appreciate having something
l...Pentium M vs Centrino
What's the difference between "Pentium M" and "Centrino" CPUs, if any?
Centrino is actually not a processor, but a marketing name for a group
of chips togethers, this includes one of the Pentium M processors in
combination with one of the specific Intel chipsets (don't ask me the
numbers but there are two of which one with graphics, the other one
without), and a Wireless 802.11 b access. These three together are
Centrino, which stands for wireless mobile computing. The Pentium M is
the actual processor used, this one uses much less power and i...Dove posso acquistare poco costoso cartuccia compatibile Xerox WC 3500.
Nel tempo peggiore possibile sulla cartuccia . Soldi per una nuova bassa,
e al distributore di benzina , troppo, e urgente bisogno di stampare una
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Compatibile Xerox WC 3500. </a>
...NFS vs AFP
I've tried mounting parts of my FreeBSD filesystem (4.10) onto my
PowerBook using both NFS and AFP (Netatalk) - AFP seems really really
slow, esp. when working in a directory with lots of files and
subdirectories. Is this similar to others' experiences? Or did I botch
Just curious, think I'm going to stick
Thanks - JB
John Bleichert - email@example.com
"The meek shall inherit nothing." - FZ
> Hello All
> I've tried mountin...All Caps Vs lowercase entries
Could you please provide me with some reasons on why I should or shouldn't
force users to enter data as UPPERCASE in fields rather than allowing them
to enter the values however they see fit?
I can appreciate that uppercase letters use up more space in the database
than lowercase, but aesthetically, UPPERCASE looks better and it creates
Uppercase is much harder to read.
in article firstname.lastname@example.org, Dave at
email@example.com wrote on 8/2/05 10:47 AM:
> Good morning,
> Could you please provid...toshiba Satellite P35-S611 vs dell 9200?
Does anyone have any opinions on which is better?
I could find any direct comparisons.
...vrrp vs. carp
It looks like freevrrp in freebsd only deal with redundancy control
within a machine using two network cards. How about redundant firewalls
like CARP? It looks like CARP deal with redundant firewalls.
If VRRP can be setup to handle redundant firewalls, how can I setup a
VRRP for this?
sam <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> It looks like freevrrp in freebsd only deal with redundancy control
> within a machine using two network cards. How about redundant
> firewalls like CARP? It looks like CARP deal with redundant
CARP is a w...C55 vs. C6EA
There are several of you who a familiar with C55 and C6EA.
Some of you know C6EA even deeper.
We are going to rebuild one of our CW20 application and were going to
do it with C55EE.
It should be done and released in December.
However now I've started to think if we should do it with C6EA.
Is already that stable?
Are there still some holes in it?
Does it still lack something?
What would you do in this situation?
move apps from C55 to C6 is very easy and quick.
The real must have is: ABC-templates. So you can
wait for C6 or start to convert your app with C55.
We...Re: Hash Object
David Cassell wrote:
> Around here, this is often called the Whitlock do-loop or the
> DOW-loop. It just puts an explicit do-loop around the SET
Now that Ian is reading SAS-L again, perhaps he can clear up a terminology
It has always been my understanding that a DOW loop is one that takes
advantage of the special processing SAS does with FIRST. variables and the
resetting of non-retained variables when a new iteration of the data step is
started. So a typical DOW would be:
===== Example taken from Paul Dorfman's paper "The Magnificent Do"
Da...***SPAM*** Score/Req: 05.50/05.00
Well Alfredo, I am impressed with your alpha-geek setup. Really cool. The
keyboard mapping tool is interesting too. I may even pop for a
subscription to get it and check out what else they have. There sure seems
to have been a lot of wheat among the "chaff" <grin>.
You triggered a memory of another feature I use a lot in WPS. It's
called "Find in files" and it provides a grep-like search of multiple
files for a string. As in the search of a single file, you can use a
simple string or a RegEx string definition.
Another feature I like is the "tabbed...systemC vs verilog/PLI for verification
I am a design engineer. I use mostly verilog for thr RTL design. For
testbenches I have used verilog and C models embedded into verilog
using PLI. We are starting a new project. We are looking into using
systemC for the testbenches and the verification framework. The RTL
design will be in verilog. How do we compare the Verilog with PLI
based approach with the systemC testbench approach?
I looked into some of the postings in the newgroup. Most of them were
discussions on the pros and cons of using SystemC for design. I do not
want to start a discussion on that at this time :-)
...Ruby vs JRuby Performance
[Note: parts of this message were removed to make it a legal post.]
I knew that there was a penalty to be paid when running JRuby, but I did not
know how high.
I developed a Sudoku solver, which actually solves simple to medium
difficult puzzles. I am still struggling to make it solve "hard" problems.
I just installed JRuby yesterday and wanted to compare it against Ruby.
I executed the same program:
The results are in:
ruby 1.8.6 (2007-09-24 patchlevel 111) [i386-mswin32]
Elapsed Time: 0.437 Secs*
ruby 1.8.6 (2008-05-28 rev 6586) ...Re: Touch Tone vs. Rotary -- Desk vs. Wall Sets?
> P.S. While we're on the subject, would anyone know what percentage of
> lines are still served by exclusively dial equipment? I don't think
> they charge a premium for TT anymore. Also, many people have some old
> rotary sets still in service (like me) even if their primary sets are
Over here in the U.K. we didn't get TouchTone until the 1980s, but
there was never any premium and it was made available on all lines
automatically as soon as the C.O. equipment could handle it.
All lines will still accept rotary/pulse dialing, at least regular "...C++ vs Java vs OCaml vs SML
I have written a web page comparing the verbosity and speed of four
different (progressively optimised) mini ray tracers written in C++, Java,
OCaml and SML:
Essentially, the results indicate that Java is extremely slow (5x slower
than the fastest implementation) and extremely verbose, OCaml is extremely
concise (only 60 lines of code for the minimal implementation of the ray
tracer) and Mlton-compiled SML is extremely fast (much faster than the
other three languages).
Dr Jon D Harrop, Flying Frog Consultancy
http://www.ffco...Poco VS Boost
I was wondering what were the main differences between POCO C++ Library
and BOOST C++ Library. I have already downloaded the Boost library and I
find a really good library although I still have a long way to go with it.
Recently, I have come across the Poco library and I must admit I find it
quite good too. I would like to use one of those libraries to deal mostly
with threads and mutex. Yet, the Poco library offers a good and easy way to
deal with sockets also! Having said that, I wonder if Poco can be use the
same way as Boost. I mean just including the path in VC++ Ex...lcdui
I have a question regarding the MIDP1.0 lcdui 'widgets' ChoiceGroup and
Basically - is there any reason to use List for anything other than a
'menu'? ChoiceGroup has an itemstatelistener so that you can write code
that acts immediately when a choice element has been selected, whereas
List doesn't really have this ability for MULTIPLE or EXCLUSIVE type
lists. This has been corrected with MIDP2.0, but I'm interested in
writing code for the widest possible audience, and since 1.0 is still
being sold... 2.0 isn't an option.
I have half an idea to create L...ML vs. Lisp
Besides the infix syntax and the static type system, can someone
describe the difference between ML and Lisp from a programmer's point
of view? Should a Lisp programmer be able to get accustomed to .*ML
(insert your favorite dialect prefix for ".*") without a lot of
adjustment? I can tell you that does NOT happen with Haskell ;).
Paul Rubin schrieb:
> Besides the infix syntax and the static type system, can someone
> describe the difference between ML and Lisp from a programmer's point
> of view? Should a Lisp programmer be able to get accustomed to .*ML.../usr/bin/zip vs archiving in the Finder
What's the difference between /usr/bin/zip and archiving in the Finder?
I noticed that /usr/bin/zip doesn't preserve the cretor/type IDs which can be
verified SuperGet Info [aka sgi]. Archiving from the finder does preserve it.
Is the latter using another zip mechanism? If so, where is that zip located?
In article <email@example.com>,
2me@PaulComputing.com (Paul Nevai) wrote:
> What's the difference between /usr/bin/zip and archiving in the Finder?
> I noticed that /usr/bin/zip doesn't preserve the cretor/type IDs...Good vs Evil
To quote JRR Tolkien:
"In the battle between good and evil, there is no dishonor in defeat, there
is only dishoner in not fighting."
As this applies to Linux?
I have no problem with "proprietary" software, per se' as I do sell software
and make a living on it. I have no problem making money, I like making
money, I like spending money. I have a problem with the attempts by the
likes of Microsoft, Disney, RIAA, MPIAA, etc. to put profits over freedom.
The U.S. constitution is under attack, either by the Bush administration and
the republicans, or big corporate interr...Parsing xml with Boost
I have recently learned that Boost provides a tool for parsing and
generating xml files (although without performing schema validation).
In case you didn't notice it yet, I enclose a link to my article with
a guide on how to use the feature.
...SAS vs. COGNOS
Dear SAS Pros:
We are currently licensed for the SAS Web Infrastructure Tool Kit, which pr=
ovides a few components of the SAS BI Server package (ID Portal, Stored Pro=
cess Server, and Metadata Server).
We would like to move up to the full SAS BI Server package, however, there =
are some new people in the University's Administration who think that we sh=
ould give consideration to the COGNOS 8 BI server, despite all of the techn=
ical staff being in favor of the SAS tools. We already had presentations of=
both and we will have another one next week. For those of you who are fami=
liar w...Bind9 vs PowerDNS
I am seeking opinions on whether to use Bind9 or PowerDNS
If you desire to respond directly remove the "sj." from the domain name
part of my email address. It is a spam jammer.
...name vs id in getElementById in NS
Should I use both name and id
<div name="abc" id="abc"> for using getElementById in NS?
On Fri, 15 Oct 2004 10:45:44 -0400, nntp <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Should I use both name and id
> <div name="abc" id="abc"> for using getElementById in NS?
No, for two reasons:
1) getElementById only returns references to elements that have a matching
id. Though IE does return matching names, it is broken in this respect.
2) The majority of elements do not have name attributes, and those that do
only continue to have them for bac...Technical question about AppleTV vs Itunes
Netflix is a purely "streaming" model. Data arrives to your TV as fast
as it is needed. An HD movie generally requires just under 5mbps of
Itunes on a mac will gnerally download a movie (puchase or rental) as
fast as it can, but may allow you to start watching it before it has
completed the download. From a network management perspectiv, this is
very different from a purely streaming model.
curerent AppleTV do no have a hard disk to store media. Can someone
confirm that they can only stream purchased/rented movies or TV programs
? And if so, does anyone have specs on ...forth vs common lisp vs blah for website
will there ever be stuff like this for forth:
Now I know Charles Moore passed over lisp on his way to making FORTH.
What would Charles, if he is listening, do to make website development
Would he avoid html?
On 5/15/11 2:45 AM, gavino wrote:
> will there ever be stuff like this for forth: