cannot link assembler code to CVF 6.6 code
I must be missing something very obvious, but my first attempt to do
mixed-language programming with Compaq Visual Fortran 6.6 bombs on
link. Profiling said my program exploss.f90 was spending huge amounts
of time in my random number generator (numerous executions, not a
super-complex generator), so I rewrote it in assembler for the P4 to
eliminate branches, etc., following CVF online help instructions and
the (very) few supplied MASM/CVF examples. In relevant part, the ASM
;!dec$ attributes STDCALL, ALIAS:'_Lecuyer@0' :: Lecuyer
_Lecuyer@...Stack Implementation Code
Expression Evaluation in Post-Fix Notation Using Stack
This program has been made by Ashif Zubair.
Roll # 1468, B.Sc.(Hons.) in C.S.
ALL RIGHTS ARE RESERVED TO ASHIF ZUBAIR.
PROGRAM OBJECTIVE :-
/* Class Functions */
tos = -1;
cout<<"Enter Stack Size : ";
void sta...who 'own' my sas codes?
I worked on a project for over a year. The work environment was never nice
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my sas codes? Can I leave the office taking my codes with me? My concern
is: no one in the office knows SAS and after I leave, they may fool around
with my programs, completely mess things up and then accuse me of not
writing a good program. Or even worse, they use my programs to do stupid
things and claim it's me/my program who did that. Any advice?
...any trick to allow anonymous code blocks in python?
Is there any metaclass trick or something similar to allow anonymous
I'd like to be able to let users do something like this fictitious example:
b = Button()
print "you clicked me"
But that would require adding a special "=:" operator to bind a code
block to a function.
Is there any PEP for something like that? I see 310 might allow:
print "you clicked me"
I know I can already do it like these examples:
print "you clicked me"
b.OnClick = OnClick
b = ...debug remote code and server in local machine using eclipse
HI!I have a code and jboss server on a remote machine and I would like todebug that code on my local machine with eclipse .What way is to do it?It's not just debugging the local code with remote jboss, it'sdebugging the remote codeThanks...OT: Why I do not like to code on Windows
Code4Bill was a student contest to be Bill Gates' personal intern and
was recently won by Abishek Kumarasubramanian, from Madras, India.
Blog at MSN:
They have to be building a hotter kind of hell for bwgates...
> Code4Bill was a student contest to be Bill Gates' personal intern and
> was recently won by Abishek Kumarasubramanian, from Madras, India.
> Blog at MSN:
> They have to be buildin...Character coding in KDE 3.3.x
Is it still possible to change to character coding used by KDE 3.3.x? I used
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All my text files were in ISO8859-15 and I couldn't do any search containing
accented characters. I converted them to UTF-8 so it works again. But I
can't do that to my HTML files of which the charset is also ISO8859-15 and
must stay so to be exported to the web. So I can't search through them any more.
If you have various related files in text and in HTML, it's very annoying,
to say the least. That's why I used ISO8859-15 wh...What is this code doing? #2
dispose() is a function of dragtool. In the code below, its called
but without the ().
if(parent->dragTool != null)
Under MS visual studio 7.1, this compiles. But not under 8. The
question is, what is it really doing under 7.1. Is it making the
function call, or does it think that this is some kind of function
On Fri, 01 Jun 2007 00:38:34 +0200, oddvark <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> dispose() is a function of dragtool. In the code below, its called
> but without the ().
>...Win32api code for IOCTL_SERIAL_SET_HANDFLOW
Dose anyone knows the mapping win32 api/settings for the portmon
logs on opening COMPORT? The result is as follow:
1 IOCTL_SERIAL_SET_BAUD_RATE Serial1 SUCCESS Rate: 9600
2 IOCTL_SERIAL_CLR_RTS Serial1 SUCCESS
3 IOCTL_SERIAL_SET_DTR Serial1 SUCCESS
4 IOCTL_SERIAL_SET_LINE_CONTROL Serial1 SUCCESS StopBits: 1 Parity:
EVEN WordLength: 8
5 IOCTL_SERIAL_SET_CHAR Serial1 SUCCESS EOF:0 ERR:0 BRK:0 EVT:0
6 IOCTL_SERIAL_SET_HANDFLOW Serial1 SUCCESS Shake:59 Replace:80000000
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I am doing research in medical image compression I need MATLAB code
for JPEG LS standard to compare it with my technique. If any one
guide me from where can I get it or if any one can send me?
...how to understand the java code wrapping around C or other dependency libraries?
Our java program(running on linux) needs calling a C program installed on o=
ur linux machine. It works fine!=20
The thing I don't understand is when we deliver our product(the Java progra=
m) to our clients, who are using the same version Red Hat linux machines as=
us, but don't have that C program installed(it's very painful to install t=
hat C program for us due to the fact that the Red Hat version was old and t=
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ook us a great amount of effort to install that C program. So we cannot ass=
ume...Shifting error codes
The code I maintain used to shift values meant as exit codes.
# Shift the status up so it looks like an exit status.
$rc = $2 << 8;
This practice seemed justified by the paragraph on $? in perlvar,
although, and this is my question, I am not sure how to read it
I found that the return codes were not as expected:
$ perl -e 'exit 255'; echo $?
$ perl -e 'exit 256'; echo $?
So, should one ever shift codes leftwards,
or only rightwards codes received from sub-processes?
Marc Girod <email@example.com> wrote:
functions? If so, how?
> functions? If so, how?
In a browser?
(Please change the x'es to dots in my emailaddress)
On May 24, 7:04 am, "Evertjan." <exjxw.hannivo...@interxnl.net> wrote:
>...[ANN] j2Perl 2.0 -- Allowing Java to access Perl code
(Follow "Java Add-ons" link)
j2Perl 2.0 -- provides the ability to use Perl code in Java. This
implementation is elegant and intuitive. Java is already powerful, but
when combined with Perl, Java becomes turbo-charged.
j2Perl pl =3D new j2Perl ("58"); //Load j2perl58.dll which
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I'm just wondering, what is common opinion (if it exists) about using code blocks (something like 'quotes' in Retro forth) among experienced Forthers? Would it be a valuable addition to Forth?
Just for example here a very naive Gforth-specific implementation of local code blocks (i.e not intended to be used anywhere but only inside a word definition):
\ Gforth-specific blocks
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\ LOCAL-EXIT is EXIT that keeps locals
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: [| ( ...Asm code to C code
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I know what are you thi...Inversion-less Berlekamp-Massey in Matlab?
I'm trying to get a Matlab implementation of the inversionless
Berlekamp-Massey algorithm and I'm having a surprising devil of a time
getting it to work properly. I had an implementation working for a simple
(7,3) code but it failed to work for a larger (255,239) code.
Can anyone point me to a good matlab implementation of this? Or at least
a reliable spec on the algorithm?
...Delphi Code that = $$$ :: ?
Ok its great that I can make delphi say Hello World!! and do a few other
tricks but ...
What do people actually get payed for programming?
I know a lot of it is sharewhere and ive seen websites where people post
what they want there little applications to do and then someone does it for
10$ but after spending all this time mastering a language and someone at
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If you have the fantastic book from NoStarch called "Programming Linux
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Help is at hand!
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to anyone who familiar with HDL Coder,
based on this
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it was stated that The generated code is in bit-true agreement with your model, enabling your design to perform as it did in simulation. The generated code automatically handles all the details of implementing fixed-point designs, such as scaling adjustment, rounding, and advanced fixed-point math. You can generate code for signals and parameters with word sizes from 1 to 128 bits. You can use the generated code for a variety of applicati...US-TX-Austin: SW Applications Eng., C programming,code development,GUI (45360157608)
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i want to verify that the source code of the application in execution
is as per the original source code that was used to develop the
application. can someone guide me how i should go about doing this.
thanks in advance
On Jul 25, 2:22 pm, dani <danish_...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> i want to verify that the source code of the application in execution
> is as per the original source code that was used to develop the
> application. can someone guide me how i should go about doing this.
> thanks in advance
I'm not sure I understand what you are going after...matlab code to protege code
hi friends i doing my project in matlab (semantic content extraction in video using fuzzy ontology)
so i need help for
1) matlab code for low and high feature extraction of an image
2)how i convert matlab files(.m files) to input file for protoge software
plz help me.............
thanks in advance
...Comment on my code style
I am learning Verilog from the book "A Verilog Primer 2nd. ed." by J.
Here's my crack at a digital one shot. It works fine, or course, since
I have already used it in real hardware. But I am interested in
pointers on coding style or any other comments people might like to make:
Note: some of the delays and the initial statement are for making the
functional simulation work, but I know they get ignored during synthesis.
/* This module implements a digital one-shot with N-bit resolution.
P...Fortran Code to Pascal Code
I need to write tthe following in Pascal :
While this compiles without any problems, I get errors with
this part of code :
real eig(36,5,5,5), diff(36), scores(5)
col = 4
row = 1
scores(i) = sum(eig(1:36,col,row,i)*diff)
col := 4
row := 1
for i:= 1 to 5 do
tempsum := 0.0;
for j:=1 to 36 do
tempsum := tempsum + eig[j,col,row,i]*diff[j];
scores[i] := tempsum;
The scores array get different values IN PASCAL with the same data
Where is the error?
> I need to ...