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Living Room / Re: Battery Life vs Expandable Memory (Music Player)
« on: September 11, 2011, 12:00 PM »
..given that both the players are 4GB .. --that's a lot of songs already.. and yeah, you don't listen to 30,000 songs.. I like the idea

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Living Room / Re: Battery Life vs Expandable Memory (Music Player)
« on: September 11, 2011, 11:56 AM »
ok Mr. @Darwin, thanks for the advice.. here are the two devices I've been comparing,.. I'd link them out for you
The first one is
Melody Mp4 .. -the one with battery life
and
Symphony Player - what's special to it, that it's got and expansion slot, great for travel.. but I guess it's like the other players with standard battery life of 2.5-3 hours

Sorry if they don't look good.. i can't afford ipod yet so I just wanna try the imitations instead.. but from your answer. I might consider long life battery if it provides that much memory.. (and it's cool to have something like yours of 7-8 hours of playback)
thanks ;D

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Developer's Corner / Re: Forum Concept..
« on: September 11, 2011, 09:50 AM »
 ;D right now I'm reading Managing online forums by Patrick O'Keefe .. it's a great book.. just bought it at a discounted bookstore :)

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Living Room / Battery Life vs Expandable Memory (Music Player)
« on: September 11, 2011, 09:38 AM »
Hi guys, I'm choosing between two music players.
One features expandable memory while the other has battery life that
lasts up to 6 hours of playing. Based on your experience, which would you prefer to buy?


and, have you tried 3rd gen ipod clones like these?

what do you consider when buying a music player

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it's very cool
A pad filew is a file which describes a program. It is hosted on your site, and you may submit its URL to sites which collect such files. Then, software listing sites download your pad file and use it to list your software on their site.
cool.. I wanna learn more about that .. thanks :) I'll try to work on one

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thanks ... now I know.. I'll try that too  :D

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Developer's Corner / Re: Forum Concept..
« on: June 25, 2011, 09:45 AM »
thanks a lot.. this is going to be very helpful.. and thanks for the advice about categorizing too much  :up:

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hi, I just read here about pad files... what are pad files? :)

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Developer's Corner / Forum Concept..
« on: June 24, 2011, 11:02 AM »
Hi guys, nice to see you again.. sorry I haven't posted for a while because I'm busy in work now... for now I'm planning to create a blog site with a forums section.. I would like to ask your help with the forums structure.. here is tree structure..


-- Forums --


 Group : Code Free Area(c)

-Introductions/Rules/Greetings

-General Discussions

-Tech Talkies (technology)

-Softwares section

-Hard Wired (Hardware and Networking)

 

 Group : Coder's Zone (c)

 

 

-Desktop Programming(c)

  -C/C++

  -COBOL

  -Java

  -Visual Basic

 

-Mobile Programming (c)



  -sub-

  -Android

  -IOS

  -Java ME

 

 

-Web Development(c)

 

  -sub-

  -ASP.NET

  -CSS

  -Javascript

  -PHP

 

 

 

 

c - container .. can't post on them, used to contain subforums

-sub- - sub forums

 

 
so any  suggestions?

 
my other problem is that if I'm going to put them all in one page or separate the main groups in different pages

 
I'm also thinking which section I'm going to put SEO.,,  ;D

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DonationCoder Projects / Re: DC Homebrew Mini-CMS Discussion
« on: October 18, 2010, 07:04 AM »
cool  ;D

I hope I could join you.. I just need to catch up with PHP's  features ...

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PHP / <Script> tag for PHP?
« on: October 18, 2010, 07:03 AM »
Hi, someone told me that the
Code: PHP [Select]
  1. <script>
tag can also be used for calling php functions... is that true?

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Developer's Corner / Re: Going Facebook
« on: June 30, 2010, 05:49 AM »
thanks for the info... I think you have a point there.. so, those rogue sites aren't to be trusted?  :-[

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Developer's Corner / Going Facebook
« on: June 29, 2010, 07:07 AM »
Hi, to all facebook users, you can join to our groups at:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=151959669485
  ...The last thing we needed is computer enthusiasts.

By the way, I was just wondering, why not integerate facebook here in donationcoder?,, something like you can log in here

using your facebook account? is that possible?

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ok.. this looks difficult..

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Developer's Corner / Using Cloud Database in a Desktop application
« on: March 05, 2010, 02:59 AM »
We're creating a system using MS VB.NET and we're planning to use an online database as a backup for it. Do you think this is advisable
to use this method?
And what websites do you know that offer online databases such as Microsoft SQL Server 2000? and by the way,
how do you connect to them using a desktop application?

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hi... I'm using a desktop application in vb... can i use this online database for that?

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Hey, where did ya get that? facebook puzzles?
haha;D

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Java / Re: Multiplatform...
« on: February 19, 2010, 05:43 AM »
thanks. Im still using java 1 ;D

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Java / Multiplatform...
« on: February 18, 2010, 04:56 AM »
hi, I am programming in JAVA in windows, I haven't tried it on other OS. Will the object files (.class, .jar) produced in windows run on Linux and other operating systems that support Java? I was thinking that you would have to compile the source code there again.

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General Software Discussion / Re: Inventory Software
« on: February 05, 2010, 11:05 PM »
what programming language are you using?  ;D

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Developer's Corner / Re: What's your Programming Language?
« on: November 19, 2009, 04:15 AM »
thanks  ;D

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Developer's Corner / Re: What's your Programming Language?
« on: November 17, 2009, 11:43 PM »
Still I prefer them hidden just like what James Gosling preferred...  ;D
you seem to be a C++ expert... can you give us an important use of pointers

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Developer's Corner / Re: What's your Programming Language?
« on: November 17, 2009, 09:52 AM »
Java might have a garbage collector, but its major disadvantage is that you just can't collect garbage yourself, so it tends to memory hogs of a quite notable amount.
It seems that you are talking about destructors... well, JAVA uses the finalize() method which is similar to that

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Developer's Corner / Re: What's your Programming Language?
« on: November 17, 2009, 09:48 AM »
Where does Java provide more functionality? It doesn't even support pointers.

Because pointers were found to be confusing and usually leads to computer crash if misused... why point something(like a variable) if you could use them directly...

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Developer's Corner / Re: What's your Programming Language?
« on: November 15, 2009, 04:50 AM »
My favorite programming language is Java.
Oh God why?  ;D

It's a bit like C/C++ in many ways.
... except that you can write efficient and fast code in C++.

I'm curious about delphi... is it also an open source language?
Not actually. http://en.wikipedia....i/Embarcadero_Delphi

what's the difference with a scripting language and a programming language?
Scripting languages are usually made for a certain purpose.
Tuxman, Do you consider speed more important than functionality? C++ may be fast, but how functional enough is it?

JAVA may be slow but Sun is currently trying to develop a faster compiler for JAVA and the results are being seen through their updates..


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