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Licensing problem, probably again... by Augustus Bambletare - Mon, 17 Nov 2014 04:06:30 EST ID:unkVwlBS No.32879 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm making Qt-based application in order to ship it with my product so I basically want to sell it. The problem is that when I try to run the application on PC where Qt isn't installed - it obviouslly doesn't run. The solution is to copy some DLL files to my application's folder and here lays the question: do I break open source license here? Do I have to buy commercial license if I don't want my customer to be forced to install Qt? The problem is my customers are not really geeks so installation of Qt is too much for them, usually...
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Augustus Bambletare - Mon, 17 Nov 2014 05:03:35 EST ID:unkVwlBS No.32880 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32879
Okay, I can do that. Qt responded. :)


Terry A Davis by Alice Granddale - Wed, 12 Nov 2014 14:01:13 EST ID:jKORj8TS No.32865 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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You will never be this obsessed, why even do this shit if you can't be an insane wizard? Saying esoteric shit that means nothing, that will later be the scripture of a wide spread religion.
>why?

youtube com/watch?v=EViG0Q4lTeA
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Fanny Cipperhood - Wed, 12 Nov 2014 15:55:33 EST ID:vhgZIlcV No.32866 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32865
Because I'm not mentally ill.
I am a bit jealous on his ability 'to get shit done', but I much rather have a clear view of what I'm working on than just have the attention span to write thousands of lines of spaghetti.

[?] Really, there are people who can do this stuff and are completely fine. I have one student friend who pulls this off. The person behind these videos is unfortunately sick, and not in a good way. [/?]
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James Darryway - Thu, 13 Nov 2014 17:03:53 EST ID:wUPK540H No.32870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32865
You don't need to obfuscate URLs like that you derp


playing a youtube video inside a jframe? by Hamilton Dindlefin - Thu, 06 Nov 2014 19:22:46 EST ID:JlazxEM6 No.32839 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i'm pretty new to java. it's the first language i've learned. right now i'm trying to write a program that reads from a list of youtube links and opens each link ( formatted as such: https://www.youtube.com/v/EaKUmIR0qDU?autoplay=1) in a new frame. it's not supposed to be too pretty; i'm trying to make a visual application for a party.

i'm running into a lot of issues, but here are the questions i have right now. how the fuck do i get a youtube video to play in a jframe? i tried using the native swing library's JWebBrowser, but I can't even get the internet to work in a JWebBrowser object. I'm using ubuntu. is there another solution for playing videos (specifically youtube videos) in a JFrame? i only know java.
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Shitting Pitthood - Thu, 06 Nov 2014 20:41:22 EST ID:y9fXLquJ No.32841 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32839
If it doesn't have to be in a jframe you can use
Desktop.getDesktop().browse(new URL(urlString).toURI());
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Hamilton Dindlefin - Fri, 07 Nov 2014 18:52:18 EST ID:JlazxEM6 No.32844 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32841
will that just open a new browser window? can i control where the browser window is and what size it is?
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Frederick Buzzforth - Tue, 11 Nov 2014 07:20:15 EST ID:wUPK540H No.32864 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I wrote the 420 extension that allows the embedded yt videos in expanded threads, here's the syntax;

<iframe width="640" height="480" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="" src="//www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/wBwUJMZNOgQ?rel=0" class=" " style=""></iframe>


Try playing with the parms to allow autoplay, shouldn't be too hard


A bit of adivce please guys by Doris Duckstone - Sun, 09 Nov 2014 12:24:24 EST ID:xuqfxJ/9 No.32854 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /prog/,


I'm sure you get a lot of questions like this but here it goes. For work I am being sent to take a year long Geomatics course at night school. The program states that I should be at least familiar with computer programming to a degree, they explain it as such...

"The program covers many programming languages. Programming languages taught currently in the courses include Java, Python, JavaScript, PHP and others. You should know programming concepts and program design before starting the program, but you do not need to know any particular programming language."


Don't get me wrong, this is not a computer science degree course, this is a short course which requires a bit of programming, so I gather. Could anyone recommend some resources that could help me get a start understanding basic programming concepts.

Thank you.
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Doris Duckstone - Sun, 09 Nov 2014 14:14:22 EST ID:xuqfxJ/9 No.32858 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32855
Thanks alot. Is there a language one generally starts with.
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Cornelius Hoddlekedge - Sun, 09 Nov 2014 14:38:37 EST ID:+1hwfsat No.32859 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32858
All of those are suitable starting languages. For learning the concepts themselves, rather than a particular language's implementation of the concepts, it's best to learn multiple languages. It should be enlightening to implement tutorial programs in all 4 of them.
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Cornelius Hoddlekedge - Sun, 09 Nov 2014 15:05:59 EST ID:+1hwfsat No.32860 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32858
PHP is probably the easiest to get started with, since it requires less discipline that the others, but you're likely to pick up more bad habits here. Java is statically typed, which I think is a good thing for beginner programmers to learn, but it's more formal and verbose. Java OOP tutorials are also notoriously bad for confusing OOP with taxonomy. JavaScript is nice language, but it can be difficult to separate the concepts from each other and the browser. Python is a good all-rounder with many excellent features, but the learning curve can be steeper.
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Ebenezer Becklehick - Sun, 09 Nov 2014 18:10:23 EST ID:3K5aXY2t No.32862 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32854
Look up Think Python, should be on greenteapress <dot> com

It will go over general programming concepts in Python.

Skimming through it and practicing some exersizes should get you enough experience to be able to implement the concepts in other languages.
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Martin Blummercocke - Mon, 10 Nov 2014 20:59:52 EST ID:xuqfxJ/9 No.32863 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32854
Thanks again to everyone who responded, much appreciated for the input!


Help with R programming by Qwerz - Sat, 08 Nov 2014 06:08:31 EST ID:3ELqXY8V No.32845 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi, I am trying to a function in R and I am pretty new to this.

I have a matrix like this ( this is the code for the matrix):

k2=c(3,6,4,NA,NA,NA,NA)
k3=c(2,7,5,NA,NA,NA,NA)
k4=c(7,9,5,2,1,8,12)

df2=data.frame(k2,k3,k4)
m2=as.matrix(df2)
m2


The main idea to find a value in the k4 row. If the value is not the same for that row, the function should check the values in the same row, and go to these rows instead to find the value.So if the value is less than val in [1,k4] then it should take the second column value in the same row ([1,k3])as the row number to go for and check the value in the third column in that row [value of row,3]. If the value is the greater, itshould do same thing as before, but with [1,k2]. And if the value is again not the needed one it should again check and repeat the same procedure for that next row until it gets the match.
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Qwerz - Sat, 08 Nov 2014 07:29:01 EST ID:3ELqXY8V No.32846 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Reuben Greenforth - Sat, 08 Nov 2014 16:17:27 EST ID:tvn4gNzK No.32847 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32845

If anyone understands what you're trying to do, it will be a small miracle.


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