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See the C FAQ, Question 1.32 Q: What is the difference between these initializations? char a[] = "string literal"; char *p = "string literal"; My program crashes if I try to assign a new value to p[i]. A: A string literal (the formal term for a double-quoted string in C source) can be used in two slightly different ways: As the ...


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Use ctrl + tab or ctrl + shift + tab to switch between appliance and windows


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As per the instructions for VMWare 11 (Windows): 1) VMware is supporting CS50 and CS50x by providing evaluation licenses for VMware Workstation 11 at no cost to students. These will be active throughout 2015. If you are enrolled in CS50 at Harvard College or CSCI E-50 through the Harvard Extension School, visit the VMware Software Center for ...


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If you want to find a easier way, go for a compiler like devcpp which also compiles C code. Since the souce for SPL is available in the comments already shared above, you can compile them and get a lib as output. Since you're good with cygwin already, use the makefile file that surely would be coming with the SPL library and make sure the libspl.a file is ...


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Go back to your order receipt (email). Click "your account" > you will easily find your Product Key.


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apropos is a commad to search for the appropiate command, for example apropos network will give you a list of commands related to that topic Other commands of interest are man, which and whereis Always read the man page of any command to know more about it.


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"man man" will get you to the reference manuals and you can type "man (page you want)" to get more information on references. Happy coding :)


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I stumbled across the answer when I rebooted. Reinstalling VMWare is done on my Windows computer, not in the appliance itself. I thought it reinstalled when I got the Program Compatibility Assistan window. VMWare ran almost perfectly even though I was running a different version of Windows. It only caused problems with internet access but this was ...


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