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Sundanc3

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    Intel Core i5 2500K
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    GA-H61N-USB3
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    8GB 1333 MHz Corsair
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    EVGA GTX 660 Superclocked 2GB DDR5
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    Bitfenix Prodigy
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    Samsung 840 120GB SSD, 500GB Seagate Barracuda
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    ASUS PB23BQ

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  1. That seems like a reasonable possibility
  2. Anybody know what this case is from Xbox.com? I think it looks really cool. Any ideas? http://www.xbox.com/en-GB/windows-10
  3. I'm not sure why you are implementing runnable and all that stuff. It's not necessary to just play sound. First make an InputStream object from the .wav file then decorate it as a buffered input stream InputStream is; BufferedInputStream bis; AudioInputStream stream; Clip clip; bis = new BufferedInputStream(is); try { stream = AudioSystem.getAudioInputStream(bis); clip = AudioSystem.getClip(); clip.open(stream); clip.start(); } catch (Exception e) { }
  4. Xbox has better exclusives in my opinion
  5. I only got it cause I'm a Halo fanatic and yes a Mic is essential
  6. Does anybody know of any good headsets that are around 50 dollars? Need a headset desperately but they are all overpriced
  7. What is that you specifically have a question on? I'm not going to do your assignment for you
  8. The cooler is definitely my favorite because I'm still using the stock cooler on my rig
  9. Your implication and biconditional functions seem like they would behave correctly. As for the incrementation of p q and r. I would increment an int from 0-7, change that int to its binary expression. This will be the same as the combined numbers for p q and r. Then you would just have to find a way to separate those digits so you can operate on them separately. You can use a bit mask. If you don't know what that is. This is an example Say I have the bit string 0 1 1 and I only wanted to know what the first value is. I can do an AND operation on those bits 0 1 1 (3 & 1) = 1 Another example 1 1 1 7 & 4 = 4 ( this would be to find your p value for iteration number 7) 0 0 1 1 0 0 -------- --------- 0 0 1 1 0 0 This method would only bring down the first value in the string. Then if I wanted to know what value existed in the first value place I would compare it with the int value 1(if true then value is 1) or 0. The second place would be 2 (if true, then the value is 1) or 0 (if true then the value is 0). The third place would be 4(if true then the value would be 1) or 0. I hope that makes somewhat sense. There is probably a better and more elegant way but this is just what I came up with off the top of my head right now. Hope it helps EDIT: Looking back at the pseudocode you have above. What I have said is essentially that but instead of saying p = count & 4. You would need to find the bit value because that expression would not result in what you want. It would give you either a 4 or 0 (not 1 or 0).
  10. Just so I'm sure I understand you want to increment the values of p q and r like above and each time feed those values to a function that would print out the truth table results for those values?
  11. maybe it should adopt the UNIX Shell command and then Windows won't be a useless heap of garbage
  12. ask a friend or something maybe. You used to be able to buy Lion usb sticks direct from apple
  13. there is no way to download it without another mac with the App Store
  14. To be honest their content really isn't good at all and I hate all the other hosts on the NCIX channel, especially that asian fellow. He makes me want to rip my hair out. If linus doesn't do it anymore I will unsubscribe.
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