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Hi
everyone

i am a new member of this group
can u please suggest me some projects

thanx

Apr 18 '06 #1
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gopi wrote:
Hi
everyone

i am a new member of this group
can u please suggest me some projects

thanx

Learn how to spell 'you' and 'thanks'?

There are several good examples of beginner projects posted here in the
past week, have a look back through the group history.

--
Ian Collins.
Apr 18 '06 #2

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A gift to you.
www.codeproject.com
Apr 19 '06 #3

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fcvcnet wrote:
A gift to you.
www.codeproject.com

Please learn how to quote. And use an address that at least appears to
be real.
Apr 19 '06 #4

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"Andrew Poelstra" writes:
fcvcnet wrote:
A gift to you.
www.codeproject.com

Please learn how to quote. And use an address that at least appears to be
real.


I don't understand your complaint. What address are you speaking of? One
looks real and the other one (the link) actually works. I didn't know the
posters supposed address/URL/organization.whatever should look reasonable.
I assume 99% of that stuff is just noise. Even if it looks like a real
person's name I assume it is just a nym. There are a few exceptions, such
as Richard Heathfield. Rule: Every good rule has exceptions. Is that a
dichotomy?
Apr 19 '06 #5

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gopi wrote:

Hi
everyone

i am a new member of this group
can u please suggest me some projects

thanx


Given a filename containing a "standard" mailbox format file, find all
shortcut words like "i", "u", and "thanx", and convert them to proper
English. Correcting grammar and punctuation errors should be added to
version 2 of your program.

The translation should be run off another file containing these "fixes",
and should be able to handle non-English text files as well.

--
+-------------------------+--------------------+-----------------------------+
| Kenneth J. Brody | www.hvcomputer.com | |
| kenbrody/at\spamcop.net | www.fptech.com | #include <std_disclaimer.h> |
+-------------------------+--------------------+-----------------------------+
Don't e-mail me at: <mailto:Th*************@gmail.com>
Apr 19 '06 #6

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gopi wrote:

i am a new member of this group
can u please suggest me some projects

thanx


Reading a spelling book. It may explain that 'u' and 'thanx' are
misspellings, and that the personal pronoun 'I' is always
capitalized. Correct spelling greatly eases reading.

--
I hear the voices. G W Bush, 2006-04-18
Apr 19 '06 #7

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osmium opined:
"Andrew Poelstra" writes:
fcvcnet wrote:
A gift to you.
www.codeproject.com

Please learn how to quote. And use an address that at least appears
to be real.


I don't understand your complaint. What address are you speaking of?
One
looks real and the other one (the link) actually works. I didn't
know the posters supposed address/URL/organization.whatever should
look reasonable.
I assume 99% of that stuff is just noise. Even if it looks like a
real
person's name I assume it is just a nym. There are a few exceptions,
such
as Richard Heathfield. Rule: Every good rule has exceptions. Is
that a dichotomy?


I use real e-mail as well, as a few people have realised when they
clicked the wrong link on Google. Created specifically for use in this
newsgroup, though. ;-)

Interestingly, AFAIR in the past few months I only received one or two
spams to that address. It seems that harvesting Usenet has gone out of
fashion.

--
Running Windows on a Pentium is like having a brand new Porsche but
only be able to drive backwards with the handbrake on.
(Unknown source)

<http://clc-wiki.net/wiki/Introduction_to_comp.lang.c>

Apr 19 '06 #8

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