Does anyone know where I can find low level I/O tutorials such as writting to the boot sector, or directly to the disk. I'm sure i need to do this using assembly, but any tutorial in the right direction would be a nice start. How about a tutorial to get system information, ie. drives, cpu, ram, etc, preferable not through windows, again, probably through assembly.
I have visual c++ .net 2003 and am trying to add an MSchart to a form. I've selected it from the coms list and added it to the tool box. I then go to ad it to the form and get an AxImp.exe error message telling me it can't find AxInterop.OWC10.dll even though it's in the debug directory of the project. I have the same problem if I try using any other AxtiveX component, just a different dll in the error message.
i do not know any C++ so please explain in little detail this prob is from some one else who is very much in need--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
QUESTION: WRITE A C PROGRAM TO IMPLEMENT NATURAL DEDUCTION FOR MAX VARIABLES POSSIBLE??
YOU CAN ALSO EXPLAIN THE APPROACH TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM
HINT:I WAS TOLD APPROACH OF GAMING TREE SUITS THE PROBLEM BUT NOT HAVING MUCH KNOWLEDGE
OF TOPIC I WAS UNABLE TO IMPLEMENT IT.
OTHER APPROACHES ARE WELCOMED.
ABOUT THE TOPIC:
Natural deduction refers to related proof systems for several different kinds of logic, intended to be similar to the way people actually reason. Unlike many other proof systems, it has many rules and few axioms. Sequents in natural deduction have only one formula on the right side.
Natural Deduction has Introduction and Elimination Rules for each logical connective such as and depicted as "^" above. Justifications for each step shown in square brackets explicitly identify which previous lines in the proof are used, as well as which inference rule.
ITS RULES ARE
A /\ B
A /\ B
A /\ B
A \/ B
A \/ B
A \/ B A => C B => C
If this was not a homework question, I might tell you the right forum to post it in.
Tell your 'friend' that he's screwed. Or invite 'him' to ask 'his' teacher for help, then try to solve it, and if still stuck, then you ( ooops.... he ) can post questions in the appropriate forum here.
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It's simple; you do it in source code with the #using directive.
Then, the dll must be in the same directory as your application.
Alternatively, (assuming it has a Type Library) you could run the COM dll through TLBIMP.EXE, creating a .NET assembly, which is even more fun.
And, I think you have to use P/Invoke to use the unmanaged types and methods in your code. This is done with the [DllImport] atribute.
Read this: http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/03/07/NET/[^]
Veena Katti wrote: But I could not host that control in IE.
Can you provide more details?
What are your security settings in IE for localhost domain ?
Did you check your security settings for the .NET runtime on the computer trying to access the IE hosted control ? (use caspol.exe or .NET Configuration Tool )
hello all..currently i m working on a a program about ping a network n traceroute...im stuck with programming it...im not that sure how to write a program about "ping or traceroute"...i wonder if anione could help me with the source code..
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