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Posted 6 Feb 2014and if it's nto bad enough that I can't figure out which screen is currently the primary (because it changes, somehow, as you go)
Windows 8 did it differently. There is no 'primary' monitor. Your 'primary' monitor is the one that you're operating within. It's a completely different understanding of how the base windows manager works. That's why it 'changes as you go,' because you are working in different monitors and it can recognize and react to that.
Some people hate it. I happen to like it because it means I can still open the start menu on another monitor without interrupting skyrim on my other monitor.
skydiver said:Have you tried managing multiple servers running Windows 2012 and all you have is mRemoteNG or Remote Desktop and non-touch screen computer? It's a major pain specially when the servers are configured to your IT departments security admins to bring you back to to the login screen after 5 minutes of inactivity. And forget about trying to hit the small target in the top left corner to bring up the charms bar to get to to the settings to get to the Control Panel only to find that the settings you need to modify is in the other Control Panel exposed by the desktop. I think I spend more time fighting/fiddling with the UI than actually getting work done.
I admit that there are some parts of Windows 8 that make it a pain to use on remote desktop, but I won't admit that you can't get beyond them. If your issue is the charms bars, then go to the bottom right corner of the screen. That's what I do. It tends to work better. Otherwise, I don't have any issue with Windows 8 on a non-touchscreen device using remote desktop.
Posted 22 Jan 2014If you simply want this second program to pass an event or message to another program, then you're going to want to look at how to dispatch events or windows event messages using DispatchMessage and GetMessage. That being said, I cannot for the life of me think of a reason you would want to do this. At least, no legitimate legal reason.
What does this other exe do with 4 integers that your current program can't do or that you can't put into a class or some form of library?
Posted 22 Jan 2014No, his output is not correct. The output should only be the products (0, 2, 6, 8, 10, 12). It won't have the operation printed out "2 * 0 =".
Additionally, there will be no line breaks or spaces between the products. All of it will be printed on a single line.
I was assuming he was only listing it that way for human readability and not because he actually thought those would display on their own lines.
Posted 22 Jan 2014Well, if you want action, the Suda51 of Anime just made a new one: Kill La Kill
D-Fragments is pretty actiony believe it or not. The entire first episode is chase scenes and quirky fights. It's slap stick comedy though. and while I don't consider it Moe, you just might.
Kyoukai No Kanata is pretty good and actiony.
Tokyo ravens is also actiony, though it's got some slice of life. It's not moe though.
Also, you might like Mahou Sensou (magic action), Space Buddy (Time travelling mecha action anime) or C - The Money of Soul and Possibility.
Posted 22 Jan 2014Your output is correct.
++ is the increment operator. When it occurs before the variable, then the variable is incremented before evaluation. If it occurs after, then the variable is incremented after evaluation. That is.
The above would result in x being 11 and z being 11.
The above would result in x being 11 and z being 10.
So yeah, your output is right. It runs from 0 to 6 and multiplies each number 2, then adds 1 to I.
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