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Question about running a program at same speed in any computer


Question about running a program at same speed in any computer

By : Keith Yoder
Date : October 17 2020, 11:12 PM
I wish this helpful for you I don't know what "Glut" is, but as a general rule of game development, I would never base movement speed off of how fast the computer can process the directives. That's what they did in the late 80's and that's why when you play an old game, things move at light speed.
I would set up a timer, and base all of my movements off of clear and specific timed events.
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How do I find the running time given algorithm speed and computer speed?

How do I find the running time given algorithm speed and computer speed?


By : user373355
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further It wouldn't make sense if you had O(n^3) but you are not using big O notation in your example. I.e. if you had O(n^3) you would know the complexity of your algorithm but you would not know the exact number of operations as you said.
Instead it looks as though you are given the exact number of operations that are taken. (Even know it is not explicitly stated). So substituting for n would make sense.
Running a SWIG bound Python+C program gives a missing DLL error when running on another computer

Running a SWIG bound Python+C program gives a missing DLL error when running on another computer


By : Adam Unknowns
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help Everyone having this problem should probably check out the dependency walker, and see what DLLs are missing. It solved my problem.
How to share memory between linux program and windows program running through Wine (same computer)?

How to share memory between linux program and windows program running through Wine (same computer)?


By : Glingfram
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . The purpose of Wine is to provide a WinAPI-like environment on Unix(-like) systems. This implies that Wine may be considered a separate, API-facaded, "independent" operating system on top and along a Unix-like system. Thus, that machine you say may actually have two OSes, one over the other. Firstly, the "real" (controlling real-hardware) one, that is, GNU/Linux. Secondly, there is the WinAPI implementation known as Wine in top of the POSIX/SUS interfaces.
And, as far as humankind is concerned, there's one, and only one single portable way to create inter-process communication between machines with different operating systems, and, as you may have already noticed, I refer to sockets.
Newby question: how could I write a program/script to automatically copy directories to a remote computer?

Newby question: how could I write a program/script to automatically copy directories to a remote computer?


By : user3809429
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help This is the sort of thing that rsync was made for. You can install cygwin (How to install Cygwin with Rsync). Then you can start up the "cron" scheduler (How to start cron in Cygwin), and it should be easy as pie...For values of pie where the pie person is experienced in all this stuff, unfortunately. Okay, if you're interested, you can do the above, but it's not newbie friendly, I have to admit.
You can probably do the whole thing with a batch file: no need to much around in actual programming languages. I'd use something like 7zip to package the directories...7zip is command line friendly, and has an "update" function, which could save you a lot of time by allowing incremental "backups."
Keep computer awake while R program is running

Keep computer awake while R program is running


By : Lembit Gerz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help From this topic you can follow a few suggestions. There are some third-party programs
but it seems powercfg can do this too.
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