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comment Changing an array with a function in C?
@cokedude because "bingo" is a string literal, and it is valid outside the context of the function, you can refer to it from anywhere, and so you only need a pointer to it, not a copy of it.
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comment How to convert timestamps to dates in Bash?
@mehaase - the man page notes that the date string is too complex to be documented in the manpage, so it is described in info: info '(coreutils) date invocation'
Feb
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comment How to rename a C preprocessor macro?
This solution just saved me :)
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comment Comparing multiple values using If , Else if
You can sort the results...
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comment Is it possible to run 2 processes parallel in android?
not exactly, but close to one another, if you want to make them start even closer, move the call to t1.start() to right before t2.start(), and this way shorten the delay between their start.
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comment Simple Loops and String Length in C
printf(str); --> printf("%s\n", str);
Jan
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answered Terminal not running C
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answered TCP program to reverse a string in C language giving half result
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comment Run code only once after an application is installed on Android device
@Rauf - long time, but still... This answer is meant for usability. e.g. - if you have code that should initialize stuff etc. If you look at it from security perspective, you can't trust pretty much anything on the user device, and then you will need to perform such a check by providing some kind of UUID to your server and performing the check there...
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answered Instagram API calls not working with Client ID
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comment Weird issue with devise valid_password?
@Viren - I have no clue about ruby, or devise, but I would check the encoding of the given password.
Dec
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answered Implementing strcat() using pointers
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