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  1. In Topic: cannot access ftp site via IE, Chrome or Firefox

    Posted 13 Mar 2013

    View Postmodi123_1, on 13 March 2013 - 06:58 AM, said:

    What happens when you just try to url navigate to: ftp://10.10.100.10 ?


    It gives an error, it requires a user and password.
  2. In Topic: Cannot access network path via application

    Posted 7 Feb 2013

    View PostSkydiver, on 07 February 2013 - 06:59 AM, said:

    So on that particular workstation, instead of using the Explorer, try:
    Start.Run
    Enter 'cmd'
    Within the CMD window, type in 'type \\server\Folder\File1.ini'.

    Does that also fail?


    Yes we tried that and it failed, it said something about the UNC path (sorry cannot remember exactly). :cry2:/>

    We are currently using the actual path.
  3. In Topic: Cannot access network path via application

    Posted 7 Feb 2013

    View PostSkydiver, on 07 February 2013 - 06:47 AM, said:

    That KB article only applies to Windows NT 4.0. You are on Windows 7 which has long fixed that issue.

    When you browsed using the Explorer, were you ever prompted for login credentials at some point in the past? (e.g. A dialog box asking for user name and password came up, and you filled it in, and marked the remember credentials checkbox.) If so, you'll have to figure out how to let your program also login to that UNC path with the same credentials.


    Hi,

    It does not require any login credentials when browsing through the browser. It usually works. We are currently facing
    a rare case from 1 client of ours.
  4. In Topic: Mad for loop (sum of inputs)

    Posted 9 Jun 2012

    [QUOTE]
    int i = 1;
        int worth;
        long double sum;
        sum = 0;
        cout << "Enter the monthly worth for the 1st year:" << endl;
        for (cin>>worth; i < months; cin>>worth)
            {
                inputs[0][i-1]=worth;
                cout << "Year: 1, month: " << i << ", worth: " << worth << endl;
                i++;
            }
    [/QUOTE]
    
    


    You were running this code from 1 to 11 , since i is 1. So in the end, inputs[0][11] was not assigned a number.

    You should do it the way Salem_c showed, thats how you will normally do something like this.
  5. In Topic: Mad for loop (sum of inputs)

    Posted 9 Jun 2012

    change:

    for (cin>>worth; i [b]<[/b] months; cin>>worth)
    


    to:

    for (cin>>worth; i [b]<=[/b] months; cin>>worth)
    

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