Newlines in URIs10168 (2/8/2010 3:17:03 PM) comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html Greetings.
In XHTML, is it legal to have newlines in attribute values which take a
URI, such as the href attribute of an anchor?
If so, say I have an anchor as follows:
Would a conforming user ag... Tristan
nice bandwidth usage6239 (2/1/2010 12:05:43 PM) comp.os.linux.misc Greetings.
There exists the "nice" command which schedules processes with lower CPU
priority, and the "ionice" command to give processes lower I/O priority.
These prevent processes from hogging the CPU ... Tristan
Anyone remember a "Cheops" text adventure game?3126 (5/12/2009 1:19:30 PM) comp.sys.cbm Greetings. I'm trying to remember the name of, and perhaps find a copy of, a Commodore 64 game I remember playing in around 1984. It came on a disk, I'm pretty sure with LCD-style lettering on the label. T... Tristan
Cleaning out ~/.kde4/tmp-*342 (5/5/2009 11:13:08 AM) comp.windows.x.kde Greetings. I installed KDE4 on my machine about a year ago and today I noticed I was running out of disk space. The culprit was the directory ~/.kde4/tmp- weasel which had over 11 GB (!) of temporary files, ... Tristan
Nomachine NX and kontact/korganizer131 (4/14/2009 10:16:37 AM) comp.windows.x.kde Greetings. Is anyone else having problems running Kontact or Korganizer (from KDE 3) over a Nomachine NX connection? Whenever I try to run either of these programs, the NX connection hangs before or during pa... Tristan
Text console option in bootloader (grub)12103 (1/20/2009 4:29:49 PM) comp.os.linux.misc Greetings. I'm using grub, which currently makes my computer boot into X Windows. What do I need to do to add an additional boot menu option to have the system boot into a text console instead? Is it simply ... Tristan
Fixing PDF file with strange encoding0120 (11/14/2008 5:41:59 PM) comp.text.pdf Greetings. I have a large number of English-language PDF files that I need to index. Unfortunately, these files seem to have some strange font encoding; when one copies and pastes text from them with a PDF vi... Tristan
Are 2D arrays contiguous?380 (8/15/2008 10:38:32 AM) comp.lang.c Greetings. Are statically allocated two-dimensional arrays guaranteed to be contiguous, or is it possible the compiler will allocate padding after each row? Is the following code OK? #include int main(void... Tristan
Names not resolving838 (6/3/2008 11:33:42 AM) comp.os.linux.networking Greetings. I have a very strange problem. I have a laptop, named weasel, with both wired ethernet (eth0) and wireless (eth1) interfaces. I use it at work on a LAN; the ethernet card is plugged into a router,... Tristan
PHP #21179 (3/9/2009 3:13:00 PM) comp.lang.c hi,i'm new in PHP.So plz Give How to start & what r the boooks to prefer thanx in advance ... rohitlakhawat(5)
"Portable" C compilers?9377 (3/14/2009 5:03:33 AM) comp.lang.c Hello! I am using the latest version of Thunderbird to access comp.lang.c Could you please list some C compilers that do not need installation via double-clicking a file of type exe and contain gcc? Thank y... albert.xtheunknown0(183)
META: relax topicality to squeeze the spam?969 (3/14/2009 9:21:47 PM) comp.lang.c In defense of posts of the form: "why is [crazy code] allowed?" It's at least more topical than "cheapness wholesales NFL Jerseys=20USD Mlb jerseys=20USD Nhl Jerseys=32USD Free Shipping Paypal " imho fwiw lx... mijoryx(967)
C90 penetration11468 (3/25/2009 12:17:48 PM) comp.lang.c I'm interested to know what platforms exist that don't have a free C90 compiler yet. Such that a person would be in a position where they can't even accept a 20-line C program and would need to recode the func... kerravon(66)
C as a scripting language11876 (3/26/2009 8:15:59 PM) comp.lang.c Common widsom says that python, ruby or similar are good for scripting, but C is not the right tool for it. Here is a small "benchmark" that shows that C can be used as a scripting language in the same way as,... jacob24(973)
The 64bit future11867 (4/29/2009 10:18:11 PM) comp.lang.c Hi, I was wondering how people here look at the 64bit question from a C perspective. Have people already started to write programs solely for 64bit architectures and not worry about 32bit compatibility? Or ho... spamtrap7(71)
Common misconceptions about C (C95)40683 (11/18/2009 3:35:56 AM) comp.lang.c I have created a text available under GNU FDL 3 (Free Documenation License)
or later, regarding "Common misconceptions about C" (C95).
Any great games for the US?778 (3/10/2011 11:05:48 AM) comp.sys.cbm I'm looking for some great games that were released in the U.S., for the Commodore 64. It seems that all of my favorite C64 games are from the U.K. Anyone has suggestions? Thank you. ... james.meisenham(8)