This seems to be a trivial and is an inherently subjective question but I want to know what the best practice is __with reasons__.
I used to write
char * var ;
But I started writing
char* var ;
Because I thought that the type of var is simply
char* so the * pointer should be stuck to the type so its read in “one eyeful.”
THEN I ran into a bug recently where I didn’t notice that I had declarations
char* var1, var2 ;
And I actually didn’t realize that var2 was type char, not char*. Hmm. Then I thought, well, this way makes the most sense then:
char *var1, *var2 ;
Currently I’m thinking the last way is the correct way now.
“End of the football.”
this isn’t just funny to watch, its _real_!
this isn’t funny in an “aha look at him sort” of way,
look at her expression at 1:00, and his answers to some of the questions is quite hilarious.
You can use mplayer as follows:
Download mplayer from here if you’re on a windows machine. If that stops working, pick another installer package from this list. If you’re not on windows start here, you may choose to build from source if you’re a masochist.
mplayer -dumpstream -dumpfile stream.wmv mms://lang.stanford.edu/courses/ee380/050216-ee380-100.wmv
Right now i’m not able to rip the stream the connection keeps timing out thouhg
An event A is said to be a sufficient condition for an event B iff
The truth/occurrence of event A guarantees the truth/occurrence of event B
An event A is said to be necessary for an event B
iff the falsity/nonoccurrence of event A GUARANTEES
the falsity/nonoccurrence of event B.