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How to process a Fahrenheit temperature from EditText and print its corresponding Celsius temperature?
by Dopey in Programming Languages

I am a complete beginner programmer (in Android). I am confused with the concept of creating a Listener in Android. The purpose of my program is simple: to convert between units (such as Fahrenheit to Celsius, Celsius to Fahrenheit, etc.). How do I get the text in the EditText object and then how do I print it out? I am getting an error everytime I run (Unfortunately, Converter.exe has stopped.


Refrigerator Temperature Control Does Not Shut Off at the Right Temperature
by yodude7 in Home & Garden
The electronic temperature control on many refrigerators allows you to set a specific temperature point for both the refrigerator and freezer. The unit then runs to maintain that specific temperature and shuts off when the temperature is reached, turning back on as needed to defrost the system or maintain the temperature. However, if the refrigerator temperature controls are not turning off at the

What Is the Temperature of a Hot Tub?
by Henry in Health
Using a hot tub is a popular way to relax. Hot tubs have become increasingly common in backyards across America. Few people realize, however, the health and safety risks hot tubs can pose. There are strict safety standards, many imposed by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), that dictate how hot tubs should be used and what the proper hot tub temperature is for optimum safety and enjoym
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How to See CPU Temperature
by doubledeluxe in Computers
The central processing unit (CPU) is the main component of a computer. It controls everything a computer does in the same way the brain controls a human. When a computer is running multiple programs, it isn't unusual for the CPU's temperature to rise. Monitoring the temperature is a good idea because if it rises too high, the other components inside your computer can sustain heat damage.Difficulty
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How Do I Take Temperature Under the Arm?
by Gurpreet Singh in Health
When your body fights and infection or illness, it raises its core temperature above the normal 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Doctors often take patients' temperatures at every visit because it usually indicates whether something is wrong. One method of taking a temperature is under the arm. Learn how to use this method correctly to get an accurate temperature reading.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstruct

How to Get a Dog's Temperature Down
by niswilsonnissen in Pets
A dog's normal temperature, which they regulate by panting, is between 101 degrees and 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit. However, panting is inefficient and can be inadequate on hot, humid days. On such days, a dog's temperature can rapidly rise to 105 degrees Fahrenheit. At this dangerous point, your dog can suffer from permanent internal damage and even death. It is crucial that you cool your dog immedi
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How to get CPU temperature?
by peitschie in Programming Languages

I need to gather some system's information for the application I'm developing. The memory available and the CPU load are easy to get using C#. Unfortunately, the CPU temperature it's not that easy. I have tried using WMI but I couldn't get anything using


Win32_TemperatureProbe

or


MSAcpi_ThermalZoneTemperature

Has anybody al

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How to Get a CPU's Temperature
by cerebusPu in Computers
When it comes to computers, heat is not your friend. While all computers generate heat from their day-to-day operations, each machine has a limit. An overheated CPU can damage components, reduce processing power and lead to operating system errors. There are several warning signs that your CPU is becoming too hot to handle. Sudden restarts and blue error screens can indicate an overheated CPU. Bef
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What Should a CPU Temperature be?
by luci5r in Computers
The processor is one of the most energy-intensive and hottest computer components. The electrical current constantly passing through the circuits of a CPU creates heat---called the Joule effect, according to HardwareSecrets.com. The temperature of your CPU depends on the model and its usage. IdentificationThe optimal temperature range of a CPU generally resides between 70 and 90 degrees Celsius

how to get cpu temperature in c/c++/vb.net/c#?
by Mark Tran in VB & VBnet

How can I get the cpu temperature using c/c++/vb.net/c# ? I already found this link Get CPU Temperature in .Net, but I'm not sure if it really works.


Also I would like to know if there is a way other than using wmi queries.

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