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ManWithComputer

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I've worked at multiple Internet startups of different shapes, sizes and ambitions. Now I'm the CTO (Chief Technical Officer) of another small company with big dreams. I look nothing like the picture above.

If you copy and paste your homework question in here, I will answer with something that will, at best, get you an F on your project, and at worst, will get you kicked out of school. You have been warned.

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Last Answer on September 07, 2015

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can you please tell me what adding ?fd=1 to the back of a url does? I was trying to use a URL for a G+ page that would enable users to leave a review from desktop OR mobile the only way to do that is by placing ?fd=1 at the end of the desktop URL

Asked by stephanie over 9 years ago

It depends entirely on the site in question. Try asking Google.

Hello I started to learn prog 9 months ago, but I can't find the right language for my project, I want to create a felix clone

http://myfelix.software.informer.com/2.1/

in other words, an interactive program that runs WITHOUT a window.

Asked by Bobijoe about 9 years ago

So, I can't say for sure, but I think Flash might be a good bet. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adobe_Flash

Hello,
I am a web designer looking for inspiration for a website design (for any purpose) or creating a system that would be also created the aid of the web programming languages.

Asked by Sara over 9 years ago

Check out Foundation or Twitter Bootstrap. These are web design libraries that may give you the leg up you seem to be looking for.

Is it difficult to learn how to set up a program to scrape data from a website? and how long would it take an experienced programmer?

Asked by DTSMT over 9 years ago

Compared to other programming tasks, it's not so hard--it's more a matter of gluing together big parts that other people have already made.

What gets tricky with screen scraping is dealing with pages that almost-but-don't-quite fit the pattern. Setting up a basic scraper is pretty easy, dealing with the exceptions to the rules is what gets you.

Design a calculator that evaluates an infix expressions entered by the user.
- You must use Stacks.
- The calculator accepts the 4 binary operators “+”, “-”, “*”, “/”
- Convert the infix to a postfix expression and display it.
- Evaluate the expr

Asked by kma over 9 years ago

Gladly. My freelance rate is $150 an hour, with a 40-hour minimum. If you're interested please post your e-mail address, name, mailing address, and the name of the company you work for/school you attend.

How much RAM do I really need? My choices are 8, 12 or 16 GB. I'm going to use my system for programming, specially advanced numerical programs. By increasing RAM, can I execute my programs & numerical models much faster or it mostly depends on CPU?

Asked by Siavash over 8 years ago

More RAM will never hurt performance but it may or may not help. Some tasks are "CPU-bound" and some are "memory-bound," meaning some will top out your CPU first and others will run through all your memory first. The only way to find out is to measure your particular usage and see.

When I'm buying a computer I tend to buy as much RAM as I can afford: you save money in the long run that way because the computer will have a longer useful life.

Design a calculator that evaluates an infix expressions entered by the user.
- You must use Stacks.
- The calculator accepts the 4 binary operators “+”, “-”, “*”, “/”
- Convert the infix to a postfix expression and display it.
- Evaluate the expr

Asked by kholoud over 9 years ago

Do your own homework.