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  1. Another thing I would wonder is what do they mean by 'orange juice' and 'popular orange drink'? Does it mean pulp and non-pulp? Vague terms, I must say.
  2. After some more research, it is a chromatogram it is being claimed. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/wholefood-vs-synthetic-supplements-what-does-all-mean-dale-rutherford EDIT: I think both are synonymous, but I wouldn't be sure.
  3. While doing some investigation, it turns out it's what it is... nothing. I did a google image search of this image and it resulted in a similar picture with a similar intent, which most likely means it is connected to the source. Now, I then found the page that had this image, which was http://alaskahealth.info/clinical-nutrition/(link for purpose of evidence). They made reference to what they called Nutrition Response Testing. I then investigated that and came up with the following page: http://www.unsinc.info/nutrition-response-testing.html To consider the credibility of the source, I went to the homepage, and the following excerpt was there: The phrase "true healer" caught my eye of quackery, and I looked up anything related to this and came up with the following page: https://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/Tests/cra.html Conclusion: As far as I am aware, it isn't showing anything but what is to present a conclusion about pseudoscience. Even the pages that use it don't explain what it is even showing. As far as I am aware, it's merely imagery akin to the placebo effect. Maybe I'm wrong. Someone else can chime in if need be.
  4. The difference between this and context-oriented programming is in the .NET libraries, most likely, these determinations are spread across the code to account for the changes being made to the environment. In a context-oriented paradigm, this is not a necessity in the fact that the code being used adapts to the environment.
  5. From this point forward, I am officially a senior now. Almost there, almost there...

  6. Okay, but what languages have applied this concept?
  7. So, I came across a paper that talked about something called context-oriented programming. My understanding of it is the program adapts based on the environment in which it is being run in, including hardware environment and other factors that can involve sensors. http://www.jot.fm/issues/issue_2008_03/article4/ While I feel that I have interpreted the article correctly, I feel I am missing something about it. Also, does anyone know if any languages have applied this paradigm besides what is specified in the article? I want to know about this stuff to determine if I want to apply some independent research for this kind of thing.
  8. I didn't get accepted into the research program. All well, I guess not all things are meant to be.

    1. imatfaal


      Damn - sorry about that. Better luck next time

    2. NimrodTheGoat


      Maybe you are destined for greater things.

    3. Raider5678


      Like space travel.

  9. Not new? Maybe Not interesting? I would beg to differ
  10. Welp, might be getting myself into my university's research program regarding renewable energy. Excited if I get in

  11. Could you refrain from making hostile posts? It would be better if the learner was able to learn about the concepts instead of being deterred from actually learning the material...
  12. Learned a simple compression algorithm that was used by UNIX in the past(until replaced by a more efficient one)

    1. Unity+


      LZW compression as it is called.

  13. Can you specify what you mean by this?
  14. It essentially is possible. For it to work, you would run the server on port 80 and, for testing purposes, would send the "client"(in this case, the browser) whatever you want to send it. In this case, you could open an html file in C and send that info to the client, where the browser will display it. /* Live Server on port 8888 */ #include<io.h> #include<stdio.h> #include<winsock2.h> #pragma comment(lib,"ws2_32.lib") //Winsock Library int main(int argc , char *argv[]) { WSADATA wsa; SOCKET s , new_socket; struct sockaddr_in server , client; int c; char *message; printf("\nInitialising Winsock..."); if (WSAStartup(MAKEWORD(2,2),&wsa) != 0) { printf("Failed. Error Code : %d",WSAGetLastError()); return 1; } printf("Initialised.\n"); //Create a socket if((s = socket(AF_INET , SOCK_STREAM , 0 )) == INVALID_SOCKET) { printf("Could not create socket : %d" , WSAGetLastError()); } printf("Socket created.\n"); //Prepare the sockaddr_in structure server.sin_family = AF_INET; server.sin_addr.s_addr = INADDR_ANY; server.sin_port = htons( 80 ); //Bind if( bind(s ,(struct sockaddr *)&server , sizeof(server)) == SOCKET_ERROR) { printf("Bind failed with error code : %d" , WSAGetLastError()); exit(EXIT_FAILURE); } puts("Bind done"); //Listen to incoming connections listen(s , 3); //Accept and incoming connection puts("Waiting for incoming connections..."); c = sizeof(struct sockaddr_in); while( (new_socket = accept(s , (struct sockaddr *)&client, &c)) != INVALID_SOCKET ) { puts("Connection accepted"); //Reply to the client message = "Hello Client , I have received your connection. But I have to go now, bye\n"; send(new_socket , message , strlen(message) , 0); } if (new_socket == INVALID_SOCKET) { printf("accept failed with error code : %d" , WSAGetLastError()); return 1; } closesocket(s); WSACleanup(); return 0; } However, you also can specify the port in the url and keep the same port used in the example.
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