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You can think of your software as a component, like the engine of a car. You sell the engine, not the car. And if your engine itself requires third party components, say spark plugs, you purchase the spark plugs. Or you ask your customer to purchase the spark plugs for you.
You might very well imagine a reverse situation where you are an engine manufacturer and want a partner to embed your engines into a car for you. So you would purchase the parts, car body, accessories... and assembly to this partner, and become a car seller under your brand.
In any case, the licensing right goes to whom owns the technology and makes the corresponding part of the work.
The linker only does "one-way" linking. You tell it to start with the undefined symbols in the code you wrote, and resolve them using the defined symbols in some library, not the other way around.
The confusion stems from the English language, where the word "link" does not imply directionality.
There might be additional confusion because the symbol resolution can be bidirectional -- it is possible for the library to reference a symbol it doesn't contain, and you must supply it in the code you write or the program won't successfully link, and therefore won't be able to run. The most common example of this is main().
We can program with only 1's, but if all you've got are zeros, you've got nothing.
I can appreciate the discipline that goes with their training but just looking at their faces seems to be an advert for illegal injections, so-called "supplements" and gaw'd knows what else passes under the counter.
"I do not have to forgive my enemies, I have had them all shot." — Ramón Maria Narváez (1800-68). "I don't need to shoot my enemies, I don't have any." - Me (2012).
is about to happen if all the arseholes in the office who have got new phones/tablets etc. for Xmas don't turn the volume down on their pathetic little devices - we're not impressed by your dingy-ding SMS tone or the funky beats of your ringtone - stick it on vibrate or I'll shove it where, as they say, the sun don't shine!
OH! and while you're at it LEARN TO BLOW YOUR F***ING NOSES!!!!!!
More sniffing, snorting and hawking than at a Big Bang Theory coke party!
Sounds like someone's going to be punching the clock with a .45 I feel the rage, I was on a train the otherday with a guy surrounded by his new toys, each beeping about once per minute. He was also telling anyone who would listen about his other toys at home.
He was also telling anyone who would listen about his other toys at home.
One of the situations when I wish I could just nuke the hell outta people doing this...
Sorry,for this question in this forum, but I search for days now but I found no solution.
I have a c#-dll (built .net4.0)with test-fixtures inside. Verything runs well.
But, when I make the "code-window" inside the "Errors and Failures" visible by dragging the splitter-bar, then I get an exception from NUnit and I can not see any code as expected. If I accept the exception by pressing "Continue", then a cross-mark is displayed.
Grammar. Whitespaces are not an "english-only"-thing.
Grammar. Please read the text before posting it.
I get an exception from NUnit and I can not see any code as expected
Add the exception message. Without it there is anyways no one who could answer your question no matter where you post the question. The more details you give the better are the answers you receive.
I know there's always a few people here who are looking for new challenges, so maybe this link[^] might help. It seems the British have "recalled" our current governor and so we are looking for a new one.
Chris Meech I am Canadian. [heard in a local bar]
In theory there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is. [Yogi Berra]
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Here's an interesting invention[^] that uses the waste products of whiskey manufacturing to render wastewater drinkable. I'm all in favor of doing my part to ensure a steady supply of whiskey making waste to the industry, but I'm wondering if it might be possible to eliminate new water from the process entirely. After enough liquid has passed through the process to prepare another batch, why use any fresh water?
For me, though, I'll insist on virgin whiskey in my glass...
Kill yourself at Day 21 only if you look your age the first time. Otherwise, and assuming you can kill and replace yourself, you will get caught in a cycle of killing thereby aging yourself 14590 days (~40 years) instantly forever (or a few times until you're too old to travel and kill yourself).