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How to use an external file which is including the input data in a Fortran program?
Fortran 77 example (no stricter tags in your question) in which you write a program that reads user input, applies an invariant transformation to the input and outputs the results of the computation, like this % cat test.f read(5,*) x, y write(6,*) x write(6,*) y end % f77 test.f % ./a.out 3 4 3.00000000 4.00000000 % where I have manually input, from the te

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Makefile compiling C files on Windows8 and files with no file extension/s
It works because the make program is written to look for files named makefile, not files named makefile.txt. Extensions are important on Windows so that Windows can guess what "type" of file it is, so if you tried to open that file Windows could guess at what program should be used to open it. However, this is really a problematic solution. First, just because two files have an extension of "fo

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Cant download file from webservice using MTOM and Axis2 stub
I finally got the solution I guess. The Stream closes before the client gets the whole file thats why first I used the getOptions().setTimeOutInMilliSeconds(10000) method but it was also useless and then in the Stub file I commented _messageContext.getTransportOut().getSender().cleanup(_messageContext);//look for the method's finally part part so that during a large file transportation the

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dojo.io.iframe.send not working with IE v10?
I have to apologize for not being truthful in the question. The data I was trying to submit was not just a file name (I corrected contents of my question), but base64 string value rather large. I thought regardless of the data size, the servlet would return a file object after reading the contents (base64) of requested file. After switching submitting form from Get to POST, and do proper engineer

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Creating a folder with the name of the user that is currently logged in
Jeeva's $env:username method works just fine: New-Item "C:$env:username.txt" -type File But if you need the domain that the user belongs to, use the $env:userdomain variable, like-so: New-Item "C:$env:userdomain-$env:username.txt" -type File

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Copy list of file names in text file
xcopy takes in a list of source files, followed by a destination directory. When there are multiple directories passed in, it doesn't know what to do with them all. Try this (note that this code assumes the files to copy are in C:GasImagesServiceCards) @echo off for /f "delims=" %%I in (C:GasImagesServiceCardsWindLake.txt) do ( xcopy "C:GasImagesServiceCards\%%I" "D:MarcWindlake" /I /Z /Y /

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How to import data using Sqoop from RDBMS into local file system, not HDFS?
In Sqoop1, you can use the "-fs" option as detailed in the documentation. Here's a quick example: sqoop import -fs local -jt local --connect jdbc:mysql://<host>/sqoop --username sqoop --password sqoop --table tbl In Sqoop2, you will be able to choose your file system when creating a link: HDFS URI: file:///

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Read DAT file and paradox files from X application
This is the fourth time you have asked the same question. The reason you are not seeing any responses is that no one can help you. The ".DAT" file extension is widely used by software designers for custom data formats bound to their particular applications, especially when there is no obvious reason to call it anything else. Your file could have been produced by any one of dozens if not hundred

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PowerShell File LastWriteTime -eq Does Not Work
The issue is simple. You are treating it like a string, but it's not. The object that you are comparing the LastWriteTime to is a string, so your comparison is not going to happen like you expect. Instead let's look at the LastWriteTime property to see what you should be comparing it to. Just looking at the first object in my C:Temp folder as an example, here's what I see: PS C:windowssystem32>

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Assembler read full numbers from txt file
I've found the solution if anyone is having same problem: changeNumbers: push ax mov ax, 0 cmp cl, 0 je change temp1: mov ch, 0 mov cl, buffer[si] inc si cmp cl, 32 je changeNumbers cmp cl, 0 je changeNumbers sub cl, 48 mul abc add ax, cx jmp temp1 Basically what I did was read every byte and if the number is >9 then add cx to

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