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    US$200


    Sorry I think I one of the poorest guy. First I don't ask my DAD for money. B'coz at the age of 22 I think it is too shamefull. Secondly my Salary (I just left my Job) was just around 78 US$. You can get this It is too hard for me to get any s/w. I got Windows as my dad Purchased it. My salary goes in Phone and Internet Expenses nd book shwich I buy. IT slowdowna has hit Frelancers like me. I just got paid 3 jobs out of 7 which I did as freelancer. I got these jobs in 6 months. I am not telling this to earn sympathy but to state that a technology is useless if it is out of reach of a common Man. PCs are too cheap so they are usefull to every one A Plasma TV is not b'coz it is Expensive as soon as it got cheap we will find too many use of it in our daily life.
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    Have a look at Borlandīs compilers.
    i know Delphi is for free for personal use and i think "C++ Builder" too. They come with a good online context-sensitive documentation. Sure, you need to know the basics already, they are not explained again.
    But itīs a good compiler with a good IDE. Perfect for practising.

    The reason they give it away for free is imho they want you to test and learn it and tell your boss then "hey, i already know a lot about this good software. why donīt we buy it for the company?" the enterprise and professional versions do have a lot of extra features, documentation and source code then :)

    you still have to "pay" somewhat. you have to answer surveys from borland about these products and such stuff ;)
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    Talking look at my teeth


    I am happy that borland has adopted this policy. Frankly I did used pirated stuff many times at my workplace. In India I found that 99 times the people use pirated stuff. Peopl in India think that Softwares are like a song, you buy it I copy it. But I found this unaccetable after I lost my scripts and some guy made money out of It. I got nothing That made me think and I Decided Better no than To use piarted software. I like flash but it expired an my homepage is still pending. I know how to crack it and other thing but php made me much more stronger and now I don't know what flash is. Gimp fills the Void of Photoshop/PSP and i like it very Much. and there are plenty of Text editor to do things. Rest Long Live Open Source. I will definitly try to download the compiler.

    Hey and thanx brothers I feel better now. Al though I am still struggling for a better refrence on C/C++
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    Talking cheer up


    I got this from google search
    http://www.dinkumware.com
    It is online C++ Refrence but you can't download it as they have meachanism to stop any download activity which request more than 3 pages in a specified time limit.
    :(

    This is worth a click in any way
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    bet i get it anyway? :D

    tnx for the link, added to my personal knowledge base.
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    Question Did u download the ref?


    Hey Big Bro did u download the refrence?
    If (answer==Yes)
    {
    thenHow???
    }
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    no. i did not have the time yet to even look at it. since i have a 24/7 connection, there is no need. and i have quite few time right now. i am about to quit my job :(

    if you wanna try: install linux, use wget. afaik it has a parameter to only get that many pages in that period of time :)

    if i should be wrong, do something like this:

    PHP Code:
    #!/usr/bin/php

    function get_page($name) {
    $page=file("http://.../".$name)
    for (
    $i=0;$i<count($page);$i++) {
      
    ereg('href="(^"*)"',page[$i],$reg);
      for (
    $j=0;$j<count($j)-1;$j++) {
        if (
    ereg(... a complicated expression here to check if it is a relative link or a link on the same domain ...,$page[$j])) {
          
    $page[$j]=ereg_replace() ..... // i hate regexps.
          
    get_page($page[$j]);
        }
        
    sleep(60*5); // wait 5 minutes to get next page
      
    }
    }

    get_page("http://....../index.html"); 
    hereby put under the GPL, adapt to your needs or port it to C :cool:

    if you canīt make it work, reply. iīll have a closer look asap then.
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    The UNIX man pages are your friends...
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    They could if you got the cygwin environment.
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    Question


    I feel inferior when people talk like perl code. Short and Sweet but comlex. What will not hwlp on windows and what will help if Environment is Cygwin. unfortunately I also don't know what is cygwin but I want to know.
    And Big Brother M that functioon is definitly going to help me Infact I also fear Regexp but don't try to hate them I know I ill have to master them To master Perl and PHP. That function will definitly help me in understanding PHP if not getting those manual pages. BTW Do Unix Man pages have C/C++ Refrence?
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    Ok, cygwin is an emulation of the unix environment for windows. You get a plethora of unix commands and programs, including the gcc compiler, perl, postgresql database and vim among others. You can get it here:http://sources.redhat.com/cygwin/
    As far as if the man pages have references to C/C++ yes they do.
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    Cool COOOL


    Hey all U Out there.
    I have RH Linux 7.2 :D
    I am Smart Man. About Man Pages I have Linux Docs I think:rolleyes:
    I will look on Google for Unix Man Pages.
    I am a Smart guy(I Think.):cool:
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    RH 7.2, cool.
    If you have that, then you have the man pages also. If you want info on gcc, just open up an xterm and type man gcc or info gcc.
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    afaik the complete chapter 2 (was it 3?) of the man pages is about c programming.

    so itīs "man 2 sprintf" for example. you better get another man-pages reader (use (x-)emacs eg) that offers the possibility to browse them in a list. they are even cross-linked :)

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