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Howto take latency differences into consideration when verifying location differences with timestamps (anti-cheating)?
by GarlicBreath in Web Design

When you have a multiplayer game where the server is receiving movement (location) information from the client, you want to verify this information as an anti-cheating measure.

This can be done like this:

maxPlayerSpeed = 300; // = 300 pixels every 1 second
if ((1000 / (getTime() - oldTimestamp) * (newPosX - oldPosX)) > maxPlayerSpeed)

differences between routed events and attached events and what differences they make?
by Henry in Development Tools & Services

I am just going through the WPF concepts I came across these routed events ,dependency properties and attached events.
I think I am not able to understand the concepts behind them and why they were being called in the place of .net originated methods?

Differences in CMT & LMT
by redha in Careers & Job Searching
Massage therapists can be divided into three separate categories to include certified massage therapists (CMTs), licensed massage therapists (LMTs) and certified massage practitioners CMPs). These three categories have been created by states which require the massage industry to be regulated. These regulations ensure the safety and health of patients and consumers. Each category requires a specifi
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What Are the Differences Between an LPN and an RN?
by Sigtryggur in Careers & Job Searching
RN is the widely accepted abbreviation for a registered nurse. Licensed practical nurses are referred to as LPNs. Registered nurses and licensed practical nurses both work closely patients and physicians. In general, a RN has more responsibility and duties than a LPN. Registered nurses require more education and subsequently have higher salaries than licensed practical nurses. The LPN usually work

How to Tell the Differences Between USB 2.0 & USB 1.1
by maximumbob in Computers
A Universal Serial Bus (USB) is a way for devices and computers to communicate with each other. Common devices include a mouse, keyboard, headphones, portable thumb drives and even hard drives. Originally version 1.1, the current (as of October 2010) standard for USB is 2.0, which was developed in 2001. There is no physical way to look at a USB port and determine its speed. This must be accomplish

Differences between X.509 (11/08) and X.509 (08/05)
by Israel in Web Design

If you look at http://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC-X.509/en you see that there are two versions of the X.509 standard in force: X.509 (11/08) and X.509 (08/05) - which is rather unusual for ITU standards since they normally tend to become superseded as soon as a new version comes out.

I would like to know:

What are the central differences/additions/removals between these two versi

Differences Between PS3 40 GB & 60 GB
by Navin in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Sony's PS3s models include the 60 GB hard drive and the follow-up 40 GB hard drive. When it first entered the market, the 40 GB model was priced roughly $100 to $200 cheaper than the 60 GB model. As of 2010, neither model was in production. SizeThe 60 GB PS3 model has 50 percent more storage space than the 40 GB model. Some PS3 games require as much as 5 GB of hard disk space, which prompts som

Differences Between RET & CBT
by negonicrac in Health
CBT and RET are both terms related to psychotherapy. CBT stands for Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy while RET stands for Rational Emotive Therapy. CBT is actually the catch-all term for a group of therapeutic approaches. RET is one of the several approaches included under the CBT umbrella. CBTCognitive-Behavioral Therapy is a category of therapeutic techniques. Among the CBT approaches are: Ration

What Are the Differences Between a Mac & PC?
by Nick Pegg in Computers
The term "personal computer," or PC, came into use in the early 1970s, referring to any microcomputer, as opposed to a mainframe. Early Apple products were called personal computers too. In 1980, 50 percent of PC sales were Apple computers, according a PBS documentary, "Triumph of the Nerds." Eventually, due to the popularity of the original IBM PCs, the term personal computer

What Are the Differences Between VDU & LCD?
by Dan in Electronics
A variety of TVs and computer monitors are available today. "VDU" and "LCD" are terms that describe monitors. VDU stands for "video display unit" and LCD for "Liquid Crystal Display." VDU can refer to any type of video display, although, in practice, its reference is usually to a "CRT" or "cathode ray tube" display. LCD refers to only the one type of display. Video Display Unit (VDU)There are

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