MByD

Israel

Age: 29

Make and break software for living.

Email: mbyd.so@gmail.com

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revised rename files in folder using C code
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answered Getting GetId() to work on a LinkedList()
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28
awarded Enlightened
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28
awarded Nice Answer
Jun
25
answered JSONObject does not maintain order
Jun
25
awarded Guru
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awarded Caucus
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awarded Constituent
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comment How to find the remainder of a division in C?
@MarcusJ - 11 % 8 equals 3, not 5. as 11 = (8 * 1) + 3.
Jun
15
answered Is it possible to transfer a file to USB device using libusb?
Jun
8
answered Can-Bus Communication - MSG-Structure (WinUser.h) Linux equivalent
Jun
8
answered SeeedStudio CAN bus shield arduino ECU_Request
Jun
8
revised Write line at the end of the text document
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comment Write line at the end of the text document
@Tom - you're right, I'm not familiar with Java7 features enough. Thanks!
Jun
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answered Write line at the end of the text document
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comment Write line at the end of the text document
@XorProgramming - this is not the same question, and not the same problem.
Jun
3
comment In java, "5/0" statement doesn't fire SIGFPE signal on my Linux machine, why?
@KorayTugay Again, bad wording from my part. sorry about that. Yet the difference between the runtime environment of a C program and of a Java program are nothing alike.
Jun
3
comment In java, "5/0" statement doesn't fire SIGFPE signal on my Linux machine, why?
@KorayTugay - I used a wrong wording, Java runs on a virtual machine, not a runtime. BUT C is not running in such an environment. It's a language that compiles to a machine code before execution, and there is no translation (in most cases) from the compiled C program to the processor instructions, as the compiled program is constructed of the CPU instructions (unless you count in-cpu macro code as such, which is not).
Jun
2
awarded regex
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comment how can i created a script with adb shell commands
Agree with the answer, but worth mentioning WHY: Each call to adb shell opens a new shell. It is not a way to interact with the same shell over and over again, and once you call adb shell wpa_cli -p /data/misc/wifi/sockets/ -i wlan0, without a command, wpa_cli will start in interactive mode and wait for your input. Specifying each command invokes wpa_cli in non interactive mode, thus returns to you directly.
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