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Given that the average male lung capacity is 6,000 ml, and the average female lung capacity is 4,000 ml, it would take Kim approximately 1,000 seconds (16 minutes) to drown, and Justin approximately 3,000 seconds (50 minutes) to drown.
This would give me plenty of time to settle down with a nice smoked salmon sandwich on Rye bread, and some Bushmills 10 year single malt.
If you have an important point to make, don't try to be subtle or clever. Use a pile driver. Hit the point once. Then come back and hit it again. Then hit it a third time - a tremendous whack.
I am using C# with Winforms. I am trying to print bills on a paper roll. The width of the paper is 3in but the length of the paper isdynamic (its a roll paper). The length depends on how many items are there in the list. E.g. in a purchase if there are 100 items sold then it will be quite long roll whilefor a single item purchased it would be of small length.
When I print the report, after the end job, printer eject the last page more than I need. It eject paper aslongas A4 size. I want to print the required lines, then stop printing. I use a roll of paper, not A4 or A3 and an Epson LQ-300 + II printer.
To be more specific, printing is always done to page-sized units. If I set the page to be 3in x 8in then I always end up with a printout that is a multiple of 8in long. If I have a 9in bill to print, I end up with a 16in printout, wasting 7in of paper. How can I print with the last page being only aslongas it needs to be?
But when you do, please try to give as much info as you can on the problem and what you are trying to do to fix it, why that doesn't work and so forth: Remember that we can't see your screen, access your HDD, or read your mind - so we only get what you tell us to work on! The better the info you give us, the better the solution we can give you.
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
Speak for yourself... I'm pretty sure I can read minds over the Intarwebs... Every time I focus my telepathic powers, I see absolutely nothing... Given the intelligence of the average human, I figure that's about 80% accuracy
Speak for yourself... I'm pretty sure I can read minds over the Intarwebs... Every time I focus my telepathic powers, I see absolutely nothing...
I think you've selected the wrong channel,
there's (in this order): 90% pron, 5% cat videos, 4% facebook pictures of dinner, 1% russian scams...
and ms fighting google for the error margin with their constant updates.
Sudden Sun Death Syndrome (SSDS) is a very real concern which we should be raising awareness of. 156 billion suns die every year before they're just 1 billion years old.
While the military are doing their part, it simply isn't enough to make the amount of nukes needed to save those poor stars. - TWI2T3D (Reddit)
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