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lets start with a book thread. I have some cached learning.
RE in general would be nice especially how to use IDApro and how to do it on linux.
What's this? Just a compiled list of resources silly!
(Also, check out the book thread, lots of lovely stuff)
Ask newbie/where to begin questions in this thread!
http://www.codeblocks.org/ (great IDE for C/C++ and supports many libraries, cross platform)
http://notepad-plus-plus.org/ (good for scripting languages)
http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/ (great editor with large learning curve)
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Hello all. I'm looking for some resources on learning XML.
My intent is to make modifications to an existing freeware program (Anathema character generator) and I've done as much as I can with what I've learned from first-hand experimentation. Also, several files can't be read by notepad/wordpad, so I can't even begin to look at them.
XML for dummies or similar would be fantastic, as well as knowing what sort of program I would need to properly read .class files.
I'm a newfaggot programmer more or less. I'm writing a simple guessing game. The user guesses a random number within a range. The only problem I have is accepting multiple data types. The user needs to guess an integer, but I want them to also be able to be able to submit characters such as '?' or 'EOF' into cin to do something like bring up a help menu or quit guessing. Anyone here who can/wants to teach me which method I should use to accomplish this?
I'm not sure if this is a shitpost here or not so if it is, tell me to fuck off, thanks in advance.
Could you elaborate on that function of yours? I got quite confused.
It accepts a sequence of some kind and returns true if isdigit() returns true for all its elements. I used ranged for to iterate over the sequence.
I was going to take std::basic_string<T>, but I figured that would have just made it more confusing.
I'd like to start learning to code Python. Does anyone have tips for me on where to start or tips in general?
Learning Python the Hard Way. Good book.
I used that book to learn the basics of python, but towards the end the book went down the shitter for me. It seemed to jump around too much, when before he made it clear what he wanted you to do.
okay total noob here
some little shit got my email, Facebook, and dick pics and is threatening me over kik of all places, and also apparently has my ip.
i get i should have have higher security measures.
i wanna know how to stop him and fuck up his shit.
any help would be GREATLY appreciated.
Feed the troll. that's the best way to stop him. make youtube video threatening him.
>and also apparently has my ip
Oh shit, he has your ass. The only way out now is to fake your death and assume a new identity or actually kill yourself. He has everything now.
hypothetically you use social engineering to figure out where he lives and fuck his shit up fam, unless he's too far away, then there's not much you can do.
so, I am going to start learning ruby because I am a basement dwelling neck beard and I have no life.
So, I figure I might as well learn how to program and thought ruby would be a good place to start.
What are some staples I should know about ruby and programming in general, really?
Well, before advising lisp/scheme as a first language I would ask OP what goal is he would like to do as a programmer. OP?
>what goal is he would like to do as a programmer.
"what he would like to do as a programmer"
>It is required of all students at MIT who major in
electrical engineering or in computer science, as one-fourth of the ‘‘common core curriculum,’’
Ew. Go ahead and use this, but be sure to learn something else as well.
ask your student write program that lists european countries and their capitals. the programs retrieves this info from input file. the data has to be stored in two dimensional array.displayed in tabular format.......
At the moment i'm setting up a Nginx server on Ubuntu operating system but I can't access it from my other computer. I've got the server connected to a switch and then my laptop connected to another port. I'm almost certain that I have the config file worked out but I can't seem to figure out where the root file is (even with extensive research on this) and how to connect from my laptop to the server to even see basic webpages that I have created
Things to check:
- Can you ping the server computer from your laptop?
- If not, are they on the same network? Do they have the same netmask? Are they both using IPv6 (or IPv4)? Do they have conflicting IP addresses? Conflicting MAC addresses? (Unlikely.)
- Is nginx listening on port 80? If not, are you trying to access the correct port?
- Does curl's -vvv option show you more interesting debugging output?
- If you're trying to use the domain name instead of the IP, does the domain name resolve?
OP, did you restart? :D
I need to transfer a file from windows to linux and then call an operation on it. I've done socket programming in C on Linux, should I be bothered learning it for windows or is there something "off the self" I can use.
If you don't mind using C++, you could implement both ends with boost::asio.
You can use cygwin
How much do you earn as a programmer?
98k€/110k$ last year
just under £50k including bonus in london, first year out of uni
i think this is 10-15k above average though because i was in financial sector