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How to programmatically turn off LED on USB? [closed]

I would like to find out how to programmatically turn off the LED on the USB flash drive. I haven't found any tutorials or good source to get to started with it. I'm willing to try to rewrite or to ...
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2answers
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is there a programming language designed to express data combinations? [closed]

Very often, when using the command line or just programming, you want to express some kind of combination that you end up using a for - which is often verbose. for (int i = 0; i<10; ++i) ...
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4answers
740 views

Is it possible to create a 2d game for both linux and windows with next to no changes?

I'm starting a project with friends which would preferably reach both audiences of windows and linux. The only problem is that none of us have any experience of linux porting or linux coding any way. ...
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3answers
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Which language is more suitable heavy file tasks?

I need to write a script (based on basic functions) to process /image/audio/video files. The process is mainly filesystem tasks and converts. The database of files has been stored by mysql. The script ...
3
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3answers
498 views

What are the options for setting up a UNIX environment to learn C using Kernighan and Richie's The C Programming Language?

I'm a novice programmer and have been experimenting with Javascript, jQuery and PHP but felt I wasn't getting a real depth of understanding of what I was doing. So, after reading Joel Spolsky's ...
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Is there any reason to use C++ instead of C, Perl, Python, etc.? [closed]

As a Linux (server side) developer, I don't know where and why should I use C++. When I'm going to performance, the first and last choice is C. When "performance" isn't the main issue, programming ...