Very good idea, thanks autor



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Very good idea, thanks autor

Postby asdasd sdasd » Thu, 10 Dec 2009 22:19:12 GMT

Very good idea, thanks autor

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1.Nested conditional expressions ---- good idea/bad idea?

Below you will see an example of a nested conditional expression that
this colleague of mine loves.  He claims that it is more efficient that
a multi-level if-else-if structure.  Moreover, our complexity analyzer
tool supposedly does not pick it up.  Is it really more efficient?
Personally I find this coding style extremely cryptic, misleading and

I believe that I have removed all traces of proprietary-ness from this
coding example by multiple text substitutions.


#include <stdio.h>

#define QWER 0x1000
#define TYUI 0x2000
#define ASDF 0x4000
#define GHJK 0x8000
#define ZXCV 0x10000
#define BNML 0x20000

print_value(int code, int type)
printf(" ==>  %s, Type %02X \n",
(code == QWER      ? "QWER":
code == TYUI      ? "TYUI":
code == ASDF      ? "ASDF":
code == GHJK      ? "GHJK":
code == ZXCV      ? "ZXCV":
code == BNML      ? "BNML": "????"),

print_value(BNML, 256);
print_value(ZXCV, 512);
print_value(GHJK, 1024);
print_value(ASDF, 768);
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print_value(QWER, 64);
  print_value(BNML|QWER, 32);

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3.Anyone have any ideas on this one.....Thanks tolkien

Thanks Tolkien, that did help, and workd great. I have been working on
problem for about 2 weeks now... Much appreciated !!!!

4.good idea

5.[OT] could it to be a good idea?

many years ago my father dead with cancer
so i write for cure solid cancer.
i'm a poor  ignorant and my idea will be wrong,
but i hope someone, somewhere, have the
right idea for cure that illness


the nuclear magnetic resonance
can build "photos" 3D of our body.

is it possible to find cancer cells

with that machine
with resolution of millimetre/10?

 is it possible to have a machine
that can concentrate waves for "cook"
only that millimetre/10?
(even if inside the body)

if somebody have studied physics here
what is the ideal frequency of these waves?
are these radio waves?  10^9 HZ?

6. Not a very good Idea!

7. need a good idea for catch files deleted

8. purchasing C FAQs book is a good idea ?

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