Volume is not in dump format --- what format is it? I've been working on restoring some 8-year old Solaris tapes on
Solaris 10 x86 and recently ran into some unrecognized tape files,
i.e., "Volume is not in dump format". An od reveals that they are
indeed NOT ufsdumps, but what are they? They are NOT cpio or tar.
Anyone have any ideas?
For kicks, here's what a ufsdump header looks like (see the \0 \0 352
"0000000 \0 \0 \0 001 : V ~ m \0 \0 \0 \0 \0 \0 \0
0000020 \0 \0 \0 \0 \0 007 233 277 \0 \0 352 l $ 240 Q
0000040 \0 \0 \0 \0 \0 \0 \0 \0 \0 \0 \0 \0 \0 ...
format Is there a library or something does the same thing as visual basic's
FORMAT$. (or vbscript's formatnumber, formatcurrency and formatDate). I
want something that works with drscheme.
Brad Bowes wrote:
> Is there a library or something does the same thing as visual basic's
> FORMAT$. (or vbscript's formatnumber, formatcurrency and formatDate). I
> want something that works with drscheme.
For FormatNumber, see the "Fixed" directive in SRFI 48.
For FormatDate, see date->string in SRFI 19.
FormatCurrency seems to just be FormatNumber prefixed wi...
Format integar into time/clock format I have a vector called time of numbers 1 - 24 and they appear as integars. However, I need them to be in a time format (i.e. 1:00, 2:00, 3:00...). How do I do this? I know I have to use sprintf but I am fuzzy on the syntax. My teacher didn't really go over this very well and it's due tonight! Any help?
"Kamaren Braxton Braxton" <email@example.com> wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>...
> I have a vector called time of numbers 1 - 24 and they appear as integars. However, I need them to be in a time format (i.e. 1:00, 2:00, 3:00...)...
a question on format: what is "format(a)" stand for Hi, all,
as in title, I assume ''format(a)" stand for some default style of
format, can someone tell me?
> Hi, all,
> as in title, I assume ''format(a)" stand for some default style of
> format, can someone tell me?
The standard interpretation of (a) is to copy a character string,
either from a character expression to an output file, or
from an input file to a character variable.
As a non-standard extension, some compilers will copy any bits
between a file and the variables on the read or write statement...
Re: Conversion of Numeric format to Date format #2 It is in 1990101 19990102 ...format...
On Sun, 11 Sep 2005 12:51:11 -0700, Schwarz, Barry A
>Formats do not affect values, only the way the are displayed/printed.
>The value zero can be displayed as "0", "1Jan1960", "12:00:00AM", etc,
>depending on format.
>So the question becomes - what numeric value did y0u input with Best32.?
>Was it already a SAS date value, such as 0 for 1Jan60? Was it a numeric
>date like 19600101 or 01011960? Was it a julian date like 2005249?
>Once we know that, we...
*.wmv -> *.mpg (or any qt-format, any format fcp can read) Hi,
anybody an idea how can I convert *.wmv-files to something QuickTime
(especially FinalCut Pro, DVD Studio Pro) can use.
I'm a Macuser and I don't like M$-Progs on my mashine.
In article <email@example.com>, Berkhoff
> anybody an idea how can I convert *.wmv-files to something QuickTime
> (especially FinalCut Pro, DVD Studio Pro) can use.
> I'm a Macuser and I don't like M$-Progs on my mashine.
Depending upon what codec/version was used to create the .wmv file,
7 zip image format (or an image format with mixed file-image compression) I've posted this message previously on the 7-zip source forge forum,
but I think it's also correct to share it with you.
I really don't undestand why what i'm going to say doesn=B4t exist.
when Talking about image compression, we can divide in 2 groups, with
or without loss. I've tried the PNG format (lossless), and it seems to
work good. but something is missing. For example, take a simple bmp
i've picked the last photo, 900kb). Now Covert it to PNG, there is a
[News] [Rival] On Microsoft's DVD Format (RIP) and Document Format (OOXML) DVDs and Documents
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| If you've ever subscribed to the Microsoft Developer Network, or MSDN as it's
| commonly known, then you'll find the OOXML "standard" document familiar. It's
| a typical example of Microsoft MSDN-style technical documentation. It isn't
| badly written; indeed for proprietary documentation it's about as good as it
| gets, but as I've said before of Microsoft documentation, it's fuzzy on the
| details. It's not a standards document, something you can use to
| unambiguously create an implementation from scrat...
Long format Hi guys,
It's probably a simple problem, but I wasn't able to work it out
using help files.
After I input a number into an edit box in guide, I convert it from
string to number. Then I need to do some manipulation and then print
it to file using fprintf. The problem is that during one of these
steps, matlab converts any imputed number longer than 9 digits into
exponential form (233445e5). I need the numbers to stay in their
original form when I print them to file. I've tried using 'format
long' , but it didn't change anything.
Anyone have any ideas.
All help is app...
How to format \today? \today seems to give the full date only. Is there any way to get just the
month and the year or just the year by itself? In general, how can I get
different formats for dates?
"Gerry Wolff" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb:
> \today seems to give the full date only. Is there any way to get just
> the month and the year or just the year by itself?
Look also at e.g. the definition of \month@german in german.ldf of
> In general, how can
> I get different formats for dates?
saif format Hi
1. Im trying to generate the switching activity of my design using the
SAIF format in dc-shell.
So far, I have been able to generate the switching activity of the top
level design using the rtl2saif commands and then in the simulation
with back annoatation.
The problem is that I get the switching activity of only the top-level
design. Is there a way to get the switching activity of every cell in
the netlist? I want the switching activity of the verilog file that
is written after synthesis.
Is there a way to do this?
2. Can somebody please point out the usage of the saif_...
conditional formatting Hi
I have a data file that has information for indigenous children and
non-indigenous children - this has columns such as age, state, hours
attended at preschool and day care and income rates (high, mid and
The business area that needs this data has requested that indigenous
children be grouped in 0-1 = '<2', 3, 4, 5, and 6 or more = '>5' but
the non-indigenous children grouped as 0,1,2,3,4,5 and 6 or more ='>5'
years of age (0=less than one year).
The data for all cells counts the number of kids in each cross tab and
should not contain ac...
format of variables i know it's a very simple questiın, sorry.
i have a variable as
0.3000 9.3000 -0.0063 9.3063
i want matlab show this as:
300.0 9300.0 -6.3 9306.3
using "format" function doesn't solve right?..
"ben harper" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>i know it's a very simple questiın, sorry.
> i have a variable as
> variable1 =
> 1.0e+003 *
> 0.3000 9.3000 -0.0063 9...
formatting currency my regional options has the currency symbol as a comma (French format)
but I'd expect this
to display 1.20, yet it displays 1,20
what format should be used to get 1.20 ?
> my regional options has the currency symbol as a comma (French format)
> but I'd expect this
> to display 1.20, yet it displays 1,20
> what format should be used to get 1.20 ?
Not having to deal with intenation stuff consider this a kludge.
FORMAT Bif To my dismay I find that FORMAT behaves differently to what I was used to 10
or do years ago.
The problem is that the trailing blanks (which made formatting numbers into
columns of equal width easy) have been removed by the standard and by modern
I was kind of shocked to find that 3.5 pages of the ANSI Standard
are filled by FORMAT!
Regina introduced an extra bug??
BTW: My good old OS/2 Rexx behaves as desired and I am looking forrward to
test this on the host (interpreter and compiled)
/* REXX ****************************************************************
Mailbox Formats I've been doing research on different mailbox formats and I seem to get
conflicting opinions. Here's my situation:
- We have a user base of about 45,000 users
- The vast majority of users use POP3 and remove email from the server,
thus their mail spools constantly fluctuate between 0K and 200K throughout
- A minority of users have huge mail spools (so far, up to 1.5 GB) that
they manage with IMAP folders
So I've been reading about mbox (our current format) vs. mbx vs. MailDir.
People seem to be pretty excited about MailDir, but what I want to know is
how this acts on ...
matrix formation hi, without the use of permutation. here i want to make a M matrix which contains 'n' numbers.
in this example number exits are(1,2,3,4,5).
M=1 1 1
1 1 2
1 1 3
1 1 4
1 1 5
1 2 2
1 2 3
1 2 4
1 2 5
1 3 3
1 3 4
1 4 4
2 2 2
2 2 3
2 2 4
2 3 3
2 3 4
3 3 3
help me pl...
macro and format Hello Everybody,
I would like to know if you have still have this sort of problem. I
have format with quoted mark and I pass a variable value to a macro
variable with a format. But It doesn't work with a quoted mark ...
Do you know why ?
2=3D"Alors, =E7a y est, c'est =E7a ?"
I don't know...
.ITS file format? Hi,
I am interested in writing an app that utilizes MS Encarta's dictionary
file. I own Encarta but would like to write an app to help my kids
(and me, frankly) with our vocabularies, so this app would save terms,
provide quizzes, etc. However, I cannot seem to find any information
about the .ITS file format.
(Note that I do NOT think it is either a "Internet Document Set", an
"International Translation", or "Impulse Tracker Sample"--these are
different .ITS files.)
Does anyone have any ideas?