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insidehoops 05-28-2010 04:55 AM

Yao Ming progressing
 
The Houston Chronicle reports:

Houston Rockets center Yao Ming might not be back on the track quite yet, but he cleared a key hurdle on Thursday to get there.

An extensive physical on Yao’s repaired and restructured left foot on Thursday, long considered an important milestone in his comeback, showed the rehabilitation progressing well, clearing Yao to move to more extensive running and on-court workouts.

mattevans11 05-28-2010 03:45 PM

Re: Yao Ming progressing
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by insidehoops
The Houston Chronicle reports:

Houston Rockets center Yao Ming might not be back on the track quite yet, but he cleared a key hurdle on Thursday to get there.

An extensive physical on Yao’s repaired and restructured left foot on Thursday, long considered an important milestone in his comeback, showed the rehabilitation progressing well, clearing Yao to move to more extensive running and on-court workouts.



i hope the rockets do the right thing..... no matter how good they think this is during the regular season.... they need to limit his minutes from the 1st game of the season.

realbo89 05-29-2010 03:26 AM

Re: Yao Ming progressing
 
wish u come back soon yao,we chinese miss u very much

YouGotServed 06-02-2010 01:13 AM

Re: Yao Ming progressing
 
Glad to see he's doing fine, but still don't want to get my hopes up.

kingkeno 06-18-2010 06:23 AM

Re: Yao Ming progressing
 
I thought he was not coming back period.

cheapjerseysell 08-02-2010 11:38 PM

Re: Yao Ming progressing
 
i looking forward his performace, you are the pride of china , we support you forever````:banana:

YouGotServed 08-03-2010 05:14 AM

Re: Yao Ming progressing
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by cheapjerseysell
i looking forward his performace, you are the pride of china , we support you forever````:banana:


Welcome to the forum. :cheers:

You're from China?

Jedoliath 08-03-2010 07:20 AM

Re: Yao Ming progressing
 
I want him to miss out a few games to start off the season or keep his minutes to like 15-20 so he doesn't injure himself again.

fazzazz1k 08-03-2010 04:17 PM

Re: Yao Ming progressing
 
Good Luck YM!

jenluvscnd 01-12-2011 07:26 PM

Hello, few questions
 
Sorry to post this mundane question here, but I need aid!

I have to do a 1 hour Software Best Practices Training for some
programmers in my company. Audience are Freshers to couple of years
experience guys.

Can you guys please suggest some relevant topics I can cover?

I could think of the following:

1) Importance of following coding standards, indentation
2) Proper naming of files, variables, functions, classes, tables.,
columns, views and all other artifacts
3) Layer your application - each layer must address a specific
concern
4) Abstract common stuff into reusable utility classes

Any aid will be greatly appreciated
(A positive response to this post & I promise I will contribute to
the community by replying to at least 10 threads!)

jenluvscnd 01-12-2011 07:27 PM

Hi, few questions
 
Hello all,

i made a program and i have used a visual c++ 6. 0 ,i want to send to mail. output of the program may be written in txt file.

is that possible or not?if possible how?
Please support me

jenluvscnd 01-12-2011 07:28 PM

Whats up, few questions
 
Hi

I'm trying to decide which book to get. I have chosed two, Absolute C++ by Walter Savich and C++ Primer. Anybody know if one is better than the other?

Any assist on this would be well appreciated. Thanks.

Danny20

jenluvscnd 01-12-2011 07:29 PM

Whats up, few questions
 
Hello!
How to create a form with . pdf and . doc reader? like a library. . .
I want to open the . pdf and . doc files on the form.
I work on Visual Studio C++ (CLR).

jenluvscnd 01-12-2011 07:31 PM

Hi, few questions
 
No, it is a common misconception. A new standard will probably not change C a huge amount to the casual observer. it should certainly maintain backwards compatability whereever possible. What it will, most likely do is standardise certain extensions (some POSIX C extensions spring to mind) which are commonly used.

Bear in mind a standard is exactly that - a document detailing the language. This is nothing to do with the practical side of things (compiler writing) at that stage. After the standard has been finalised and released, then it is up to the compiler writers to implement it... implementation is simple compared to creating the standard

jenluvscnd 01-12-2011 07:50 PM

Hi, few questions
 
I don't know C++ so can't help you specifically but it seems like you have a reasonable request - have a look on Google to see how others have solved it. If you find a solution would be great if you could post it here for future reference


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