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Im a student and my interests are

  • Application Development
  • Database Management
  • Website Designing
  • Networks and hacking
  • Im always looking forward to learning new languages and expanding my knowledge about computers.
    Thats all!
    The more code you write, the more right you code


    Sep
    28
    comment From where is a DES key generated?
    It is a shared public key, right?
    Sep
    28
    comment From where is a DES key generated?
    Ok, so from the 56-bit key a sub-key of 48-bits is generated right?
    Sep
    28
    comment From where is a DES key generated?
    I dont know a lot, this is my first
    Sep
    28
    comment From where is a DES key generated?
    @delnan and does it use a 48-bit key or a 56-bit key??? The professor goes on to say that there are 48-bit round keys.
    Sep
    22
    comment What do ptLineDist and relativeCCW do?
    Yes, I did @AnnaLear
    Sep
    22
    comment What do ptLineDist and relativeCCW do?
    if you are the one who -1'd me, I already wrote JAVA DOCS. If not, I apologize :p
    Sep
    16
    comment Is there a major difference between JMF 1.0 and JMF 2.1.1
    @Mat Even Java hasn't made tutorials available for JMF. It only has detailed tutorials for javax.sound. Do you know any site that will teach JMF from the basics?
    Sep
    16
    comment Is there a major difference between JMF 1.0 and JMF 2.1.1
    The problem is that there are no books for JMF 2.0 . There is only one by Dietel and Dietel and its like $150.
    Sep
    16
    comment Is there a major difference between JMF 1.0 and JMF 2.1.1
    Went over them and I guess JMF 1.0 is wayyyy different from 2.1. JMF 2.1 has a lot more facilities for data capturing and so on which are absent in 1.0