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Hi Friends,
 
i need some innovative ideas to program in c. i'm also thinking about this all the time and getting some now and then. i think i need your help too. the idea need not be complex rather it should be simple but a new one. my given time to implement that is 5 hours. offcourse i can go prepared. so please help me regarding this. Expecting the innovative ideas soon.
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with reagards
vivekananthan
Posted 6-Mar-11 19:38pm
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SAKryukov at 7-Mar-11 0:49am
   
What could be the incentive for posting such idea here? If I have such an idea, I'll rather publish my own article or maybe offer some business opportunity. What would be your contribution, I wonder?
Thank you for understanding.
--SA
SAKryukov at 7-Mar-11 0:52am
   
Or, did you mention 5 hours? For the innovative? This is what I call performance!
May I ask you to write some implementation for me later on, as I always need more resources?
 
My deep respect.
--SA
vivekjustthink at 7-Mar-11 1:30am
   
Dear SAKryukov. thanks for your comment. i thought this forum is a place for sharing knowledge. and for your information. i'm not a business man but i'm a student. i needed some guidance or to say some help in learning new ideas from seniors. that's the reason i've posted this thing. At may level the incentive that i could give to you is that the implemented source if u wish. All that i want to do is that to learn a lot. i'm doing that in all the possible ways that i could.
 
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vivekananthan
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Solution 1

Hi,
 
If you want to do some innovative things in C, then do TSR (Terminal stay resident) Programming.
 
You can do any thing with your system like (caps on/off, keyboard hacking),
you will learn how to work with interrupts, system calls.
 
its very intersting.
 
for you info go thru this book - Writing TSR through C by Yashwant kanetkar
 
enjoyyyyyy
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SAKryukov at 7-Mar-11 0:47am
   
Of gosh! Do you mean MS-DOS? Who uses it? This topic is completely depleted. There is nothing so old and so boring. What that a joke?
--SA
vivekjustthink at 7-Mar-11 1:32am
   
very thoughtful of you dear sam_ckp.
First time i'm hearing this TSR and i'm searching the book that u've suggested. i will surely report you when i succeed with this. thanks a lot to you dear sam
 
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vivekananthan
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Solution 2

Pick up one of the standard books on C programming. It will have many examples and exercises for you to try.
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Solution 3

I suggest you do something with sockets (very easy to learn and you will learn C + some basic networking concepts)
 
or you could try a to do a simple encryption\decryption algo (it doesn't have to be anything complex even if just increment every byte by one and do the opposite when it comes the time to decrypt it)
 
your could also create your own back up system using threads etc...
 
Regards,
K.D
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