power in Power
What does the ^ operator? I thought that it was the powering operator, but
when I got 3^2=1 instead of 9... OK, I know there is pow function somewhere,
On Sat, 5 Sep 1998 15:56:35 +0200, "Saso Zivanovic"
>What does the ^ operator? I thought that it was the powering operator, but
>when I got 3^2=1 instead of 9... OK, I know there is pow function somewhere,
The '^' operator is bitwise exclusive or. Although you can do some
things with Po...Power down by power button Frezzing
My laptop is frezzing when I press the power down button. Not completely
though, I am able to minimize windows etc just not able to click
anything on the panel thus I can't power off and end up having to hold
the power button until the computer powers off. I was wondering if
anyone had any ideas on how I could deal with this. As well I am wanting
to set it up so that I could power of the computer simply by closing the
Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.
Are you al...Power Tool /Power Cerv
Is there any way to access old user groups circa 1994-96 for discussions on
Powertool/PowerCerv. Our Powerbuilder system was build with PowerTool
version 4.1 and Power Cerv 4.0 as its ancestor objects. Its currently at
PB6.5.1 every thing still works but I would imagine its going quit working
in the next few operating systems.
My real question is their any way to find old manuals as we build new addons
its sometimes difficult to see/remember what its doing, other than surfing
through the code. Getting selected rows to work with the cntrl-shift copy
etc. Anyone remember u_dwa , u_cb, ...Power-on and reboot after power failure
Hi, I just set up a small school I volunteer at with a simple openSUSE
10.3 server in their computer lab. It's running on a Dell poweredge
The Dell doesn't have anything I could find in BIOS or any other
hardware level config settings that would tell it to reboot after a
power failure. Right now, if the power fails and then comes back on
the machine will sit there until someone hits the front panel "on"
button. Not good.
The research I did indicates that Dell's answer is that it's up to the
operating system to "set the boot flag". ...Power++
Came across Power++ today. They call it a descendant of Delphi on
their FAQ. It offers multiple languages, including Pascal++, in which
Anyone used it or know much about it?
> Came across Power++ today. They call it a descendant of Delphi on
> their FAQ. It offers multiple languages, including Pascal++, in which
> to program.
> Anyone used it or know much about it?
nope, but i'd be wary of a developer tool website where seemingly every ...Power on
Got a machine running Win 98. A while back I fiddled with the power settings
in the Control Panel. Now when the machine is powered on (done by turning on
the powerbar that goes to wall electrical socket, not by pressing poweron
switch on computer) the disk drive light comes on for a couple of seconds
and then the machine shuts off. Have to then press the poweron switch to
start the machine. Occasionally the machine will startup normally just by
turning on powerbar.
Thanks for any advice on this.
Bruce <email@example.com> wrote:
> Got a machine running Win 98. A while bac...Power ++
Yes I'm interested with that copy, how much will you sell it??
I can sell power++ developer 2.0 (new copy, never opened).
Are you interested in?
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...More power to you
"What goes into a super PC now"
- How do you compare security tools ?
This may sound as a very stupid question, but here it comes anyways. Has
anybody come across a function that wold calculate the power of a number,
like the pow function in C. Simply, x to the power of y.
I know of 2 options, one an inefficient iterative multiplication, but I have
real numbers as power, so that is ruled out. Another is to do something like
this: exp(y*log x), but is an approximation. So, please do let me know if
there is any other more accurate way of doing it.
Join t...The Most Powerful!!
Name: Lord vectronx
Product: Firefox 2 Beta 2
Summary: The Most Powerful!!
Yeah man, good work in progress!!
This is in my opinion, the most powerful internet browser ever made. Simple, light, fast and it make what we can expect from a good "navigator", so now you had integrate some -opera ;-)- good functionalities, it missed some interesting functions like "Groups" of sites, favorites etc.. -see Maxthon to see what i talking for ;)- and the job will be near the PERFECT life for the Net Surfer
, the Nirvana of the Wired Life, go go go boys, we can do ...How To force Win XP Power Policies
How can we use ZenWorks for Desktops 4.0.1, with NetWare 6.5, Windows XP
Professional, no AD or Domain controller, to force the power policies on
each Windows XP Pro machine to completely disable all power saving,
hibernation and standby settings?
I have not found any entries in the Windows Group Policy Editor to address
this. I have not found any Windows Group Policy settings in ZenWorks to
> I have not found any entries in the Windows Group Policy Editor to address
> this. I have not found any Windows Group Policy settings in ZenWorks to
&g...Ingenieria en Reversa Power House
Alguno de Uds. ha realizado reverse eng. desde un archivo QDS de Power
House, para obtener la definicion en un modelo en Power Designor Data
Please re-post this in English.
Alexander Nolazco Reyes wrote in message <350F26EC.7E2FC0C2@mh.gob.sv>...
>Alguno de Uds. ha realizado reverse eng. desde un archivo QDS de Power
>House, para obtener la definicion en un modelo en Power Designor Data
As far as I can tell there is no reverse engineer feature for Power House.
You can generate a Power House application but it doesn't work in rev...Why to upgrade Power Builder 8 from Power Builder 7
I work for a client in New York city. All of our current applictions are
written in Powerbuilder and Sybase environment. Recently we migrated our
Financial application into Oracle.
Now our management wants to re-write all other applications into Oracle forms
with Oracle database. It will take from one year to two years.
Right now we are in Powerbuilder 7.0 which is stable environment and our
management is thinking to upgrade from PB 7 to powerbuilder 8
Is there any Pros and Cons on the upgrade please let me know.
Thank you in advance,