Re: [PBML] constructing a simple client-server-database-calculation program on Windows XP
- Dear Randal,
I appreciate your stand.
My problem is probably basic. Also, it sounds like a homeowrk problem
because of the way I have put it down in the mail. I assure the group and
you that I am not trying to get my homework/class asignment done through
I dont have a formal training in software engg and I try to learn things
by myself within the limited resources/fascilities that we have here at
our university. I am a professor at this university. I have come up with
the basic formulation of the problem from my observation of various
popular sites. So I tried to design a toy problem that incorporates some
of the intricacies at the simplest level. I apologise if I have have given
It would be helpful if I get some pointers from where I can move further
ahead. Pointers to the techniques needed and websites conataining code for
similar problems will be helpful.
On Sat, April 29, 2006 8:06 pm, Randal L. Schwartz said:
>>>>>> "dm" == dm <dm@...> writes:
> dm> Your auggestions and poiner regrding the following will be helpful.
> dm> following is probably a standard problem in clent-server &
> dm> web-technologies.
> This smells *so* much like a homework assignment that I'd be wary
> of doing anything to help. THAT WOULD BE CHEATING.
> dm> I have the following resources:
> dm> 1) I have a Windows XP home PC.
> dm> 2) I have internet connection
> dm> 3) I have a text file which contains some strings, one string on each
> dm> 4) I have an C program which takes 2 strings as input and outputs
> dm> concatenated string.
> dm> 5) I have Perl script that takes an input string and finds a simple
> dm> pattern (e.g. "pqr") in that string and outputs ONE or ZERO depending
> dm> whether pattern matches or not.
> dm> 6) I have plain simple website.
> Yes.... this is an insane set of requirements. Definitely a final exam
> of some kind for a web programming class.
> PLEASE DO NOT HELP THIS PERSON.
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