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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 30, 2010 - 06:15pm PT
Sure, i'll comment.
We used his book.
http://www.cslab.pepperdine.edu/warford/

At the time pep7 was used pep8 was not yet available, and
I prefer coding in hex rather than binary. Designing bit
patterns was discussed in this previous edition.
Computer Systems, Fourth Edition, Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 2010

Excel works good for bit pattern design without the functions using
polynomials for checking. I just use polynomials in the cells. Try this
10.25 and this -10.25. What's the binary numbers using IEEE world excepted
floating point standard in comparison to MS Mantissa and the MS hextobin
and bintohex functions output? Then try a few larger patterns including
the sign, significant and operand bits combined.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 30, 2010 - 06:26pm PT
Btw,
malemute Wine maybe ok for kids games though I don't play games.
It's hard to say if a successful install would have put permissions
back. Due to the changes I can't recommend it for court systems,
banking systems, or any other networked accounting or other critical
system.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 30, 2010 - 06:36pm PT
A couple more MS functions to try. dectobin, bintodec, hextodec and dectohex.

Also the world standard I mentioned is for use in scientific and
engineering hand held calculators, though I think some computer
systems may use it also.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Aug 30, 2010 - 07:29pm PT
I prefer coding in hex rather than binary
That's amusing. I haven't done anything serious in hex since 1976. Hex might maybe, possibly, slightly be useful nowadays if you are writing a compiler or embedded code. For 99.999% of us, the extra speed is not worth the maintenance hassle.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 31, 2010 - 01:17pm PT
malemute,
I assume there is very little to do at that level unless
of a change. Around 2005 I was coding some simple algebra
formulas in assembly language. I attempted assignment to
c. It could not be used. I checked up above (level 6) here,
http://cgi-lib.berkeley.edu/2.18/cgi-lib.pl.txt

and I see C is now c.
# Convert %XX from hex numbers to alphanumeric
$key =~ s/%([A-Fa-f0-9]{2})/pack("c",hex($1))/ge;
$val =~ s/%([A-Fa-f0-9]{2})/pack("c",hex($1))/ge;

I don't have any book in front of me now, though I think
it mentioned 5 DOS partitions with fdisk? I only see 4
with sfdisk -f and 4 is what I know about. Perhaps this
is what somebody is referring to by garbage in garbage
out?
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 31, 2010 - 01:51pm PT
malemute, possibly something to keep to mind.

Somebody once said to me that if you ask someone what language some code
is coded in (including all scripting languages) and they answer machine,
they can't be incorrect. Of course machine code is different than machine
language.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Aug 31, 2010 - 02:35pm PT
In case anyone is interested in this. I checked a bunch of Linux forums,
with Dennis Ritchie and others lurking around. I came across AIEE Kernel
panic on my system before it crashed booting noting fatal error.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Institute_of_Electrical_Engineers

I noticed Dennis noted he coded fatal error into Unix years ago.
I took out my back up battery for a few days and reinserted it
though the system time was gone along with all other CMOS settings.
I think it's just a $10.00 fix at this time with the small battery
and the back up is still fine. The small battery is now 9 years old.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Dec 17, 2010 - 01:59pm PT
jogill if you send to that address requested, please confirm
that it was sent via the email address linked here, noting it's
the same as the one the request was sent from.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Dec 18, 2010 - 11:35am PT
jogill thank's I got it. I have not yet checked gmail today.
In the event you have not, please send a direct email to my
gmail account from either that alias you sent from or your
domain name email. I need to know if it responds by automated
processing as it should.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Dec 18, 2010 - 01:49pm PT
Largo, I would appreciate a email "tst();" is fine from a normal
computer account (aol is fine). I need to know if 94bes1962@gmail.com
responded with a automated response to the email.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Dec 18, 2010 - 04:13pm PT
Piton Ron, autoresponse to you was confirmed. Email to phone
was confirmed by jogill. The autoresponse is still not considered
to be reliable and I don't think at this point it's a gmail malfunction.

I'm also concerned about phone servers even with some of their support
verification. It does not make sense to me with standard SMTP, though
there appears to be some GPS ESMTP, however the current guess is
blockage from firewall chain/table/rules to incoming port 25 which
they have listed as a channel within the phone? In physics I don't
consider computer ports relevant nor related to channels as such.
khanom

Trad climber
The Dessert
Dec 18, 2010 - 04:20pm PT
That is some far out trip man.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Dec 18, 2010 - 04:24pm PT
khanom,
GPS was usually taken around 29000'. I have a 2005 IEEE document
discussing ESMTP related to GPS. If interested I can check it's
license for distribution which is usually allowed for a small
sum. Sattellites to bounce signals are further out.
Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Dec 18, 2010 - 05:41pm PT
Khanom,
GPS ήταν συνήθως γύρω στο 29000. Έχω ένα έγγραφο 2005 IEEE
συζητώντας ESMTP που σχετίζονται με το GPS. Αν ενδιαφέρεστε μπορώ να ελέγχουν ότι είναι
άδεια για τη διανομή η οποία είναι συνήθως τα περιθώρια για μια μικρή
άθροισμα. Sattellites να αναπηδήσει σήματα είναι πιο μακριά.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Dec 18, 2010 - 06:10pm PT
jogill, I'm still wondering about m?

I don't think some like the autoresponders and they probably have
some mailbombing issue which I thought was not much of concern anymore
as is maybe DDOS attacks requiring rerouting.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Jan 12, 2011 - 04:27pm PT
socalbolter it's up again.
ftp://www.sacbusiness.org/downloads/cs/HardingG/cs231/Lecture-14-ExtendibleHashing/


Bryce <94bes1962@gmail.com> Sun, Jan 9, 2011 at 6:43 PM
To: harding_glen@sac.edu
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Is this 1'st link still up? The other 2 are somewhat relevant,
especially with find().
http://www.supertopo.com/climbing/thread.php?topic_id=1107767&tn=16

http://www.supertopo.com/climbing/thread.php?topic_id=1107767&tn=116

http://www.supertopo.com/climbing/thread.php?topic_id=1107767&tn=117

BES1'st

climber
USA
Topic Author's Reply - Apr 19, 2011 - 01:31pm PT
To J.Stanley Warford or others.

Link.
http://www.cslab.pepperdine.edu/warford/cosc330/index.html
Reference?::Setup for Java with NetBeans

I was finally able to download jdk-6u24-windows-i586 from
the actual server without receiving the file from edgesuite
a known past FBI server cluster. I was unable to receive the
NetBeans without interference from edgesuite?

If the FBI or edgesuite does not have permission from either
Sun or the NetBeans distributor or a signed order from a judge
against a group (this case would be a very large group) the FBI
or edgesuite appears to be violating law and committing a criminal
act. The FBI may not vex, harass or annoy pursuant to USC.

Has anybody been able to download the NetBeans or the above
listed without connection interference from edgesuite?
Weld_it

Trad climber
Chatsworth
Apr 19, 2011 - 01:38pm PT
FACT: NETBEANS DOWNLOAD WILL BRING THE FBI TO YOUR HOUSE FOR TOTAL RADNESS!!!!!88
skipt

Mountain climber
Washington
Apr 19, 2011 - 01:59pm PT
edgesuite = Akamai

it is used to speed up downloads.


Skip

EDIT: Weld-it nails it. I downloaded netbeans 3 times last week and the FBI came each time. They even brought pizza.
Weld_it

Trad climber
Chatsworth
Apr 19, 2011 - 02:10pm PT
FACT: WORD TO YOUR MOTHER BRA
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