Download Windows Live Mobile, because it is awesome. I just got a HTC 6800 and I chanced upon this application, and it has maps, traffic. weather, etc..
Sven Groot wrote:
Sven Groot wrote:
I think the biggest problem in C is the whole "arrays are pointers" debacle. If C had proper arrays, it would be a lot easier for compilers to optimize C code, especially to use vector instructions.
You're allowed to be wrong about this.
But I'm not.
In my mind, a "proper" array is just an address. None of this fancy stuff. Of course, it depends on what you're going for, and I bet C was first designed before vector operations were widely available. That, and C has to work on platforms that will more than likely not have them (embedded, etc.).
Yes, absolutely. Atleast they didn't kill millions of people. (yet?)
Religions don't kill people. People kill people. It usually starts with religious hatred and intolerance of other people's religion, if I remember rightly.
Bless them which persecute you: bless, and curse not. If it be possible, as much as lieth in you, live peaceably with all men.
except edomites, amirite
stevo_ wrote:By hand?
Could well be he doesn't have access to a 'ready made' parser.
That could be true, but there are so many libraries out there for this sort of thing. Of course, I admit to writing my own MIME thing, but that was because I had to inspect the raw MIME before any library did anything to it.
I'm going to say that you're going to need native code, because doing something this big will require more APIs and direct access to the device than .NET has.
Umm google is your friend:
I would test the memory. Another easy test is test the PSU under load and make sure you get correct voltage. Then I would test the video card (swap out)
Again this is not tech support. If you feel helpless or lost on what to do next engage a professional. Technet is a better suited site for this kind of discussion. I am kinda getting tired of fix my hardware/COTS software issue posts.
Thanks for the condescending attitude! Next time, don't post.