Hi I need help withSet Theory. I am in a Programming class in college and I don’t understand this question at all! If you could help me, I would appreciate it.
Write three statements about sets. The first defines set A withvalues1, 2, 3, 4and5. The second defines set B with the values2, 4, 6, 8and10. The third lists the unionof sets A and B. (Use the uppercase letter U to signify union.)
This has nothing to do with C++, and is not even a programming question, it's just mathematics. Use Google to search for "set theory" and learn from there. Alternatively you could try your college library.
OK, so you want to develop a program, and you know its title. So exactly what help are you asking for? If you are expecting someone to give you the code for such a program then you will be disappointed.
I´m really interested in these subject, but i dont really how works implementation off ecc in hardware, did you ever did that for a hardware ecc with c++? ,could you show me maybe an example of a ecc implanted in hardware with c++?
Because im looking for a security for my hardware and i want to try ecc with c++ for my hardware ( µBIC).
Maybe anyone have a example code for a hardware with ecc in c++.
I'm a newbie in Linux programming. I compile the "Hello world program" by means of gcc compiler in a Centos 6 host computer, with kernel 2.6.32. The command line used is gcc -static hello.c -ohello. Previously I have installed the GNUlibc (ver 2.12) in this computer.
The compile process is ok, and runs ok in the host computer (Pentium 4). When I copy the program to an embedded cpu with AMD GEODE LX800 processor and kernel 2.6.12, the running result is "error: illegal instruction"
I checked compile with different parameters in gcc command line: -mpc64, -m32, -march=i386, -march=geode with no results with any of them (compile is ok but running error "illegal instrucion")
I know a cross compiling is neccesary but don´t know the correct parameters to gcc to use
The code is as simple as this
Last Visit: 31-Dec-99 18:00 Last Update: 21-Sep-18 2:24