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insidehoops 07-27-2010 05:09 PM

As of late July, Rockets still expect Yao Ming to be healthy by training camp
 
Hopefully this holds up:

http://www.insidehoops.com/blog/?p=6323

YouGotServed 07-27-2010 06:20 PM

Re: As of late July, Rockets still expect Yao Ming to be healthy by training camp
 
The following statement was released today by Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey regarding Yao Ming’s return from foot surgery:

Quote:

“Yao Ming is working diligently on his return and has consistently received positive feedback at each of his scheduled medical checkups. He is currently participating in on-court basketball workouts and we continue to expect him to be ready for the start of training camp which begins on September 25th.”

Man, this is good news. I felt a little weird because of what Yao said earlier, Houston needs Yao Ming.

Jordandunk23 07-27-2010 10:47 PM

Re: As of late July, Rockets still expect Yao Ming to be healthy by training camp
 
:cheers:

jenluvscnd 01-12-2011 07:24 PM

Whats up, few questions
 
Bit of history for you 1st - C was invented in the 70s by Dennis Ritchie, by the 80s it had grow to be incredibly popular along with a book (known as the C programming language) was published by Ritchie and Kernighan which acted as an informal standard (known as K&R C.) Throughout the 80s ANSI were working towards a formal standard, which appeared in 1989 called C89. Some finetuning was done in 1990 along with a new standard, C90 was published.

All good - until 1999, when another version of the standard was published, called C99. Why is this a problem? Well whilst compilers implement C90, none implement the whole of the C99 standard. You, may be thinking that C99 isn't all that important then - wrong, C99 allows us to do things such as declare variables throughout the code and use the C++ (//) style comment... but whilst many compilers do support these, none promise to support all aspects of the standard. I have often wondered why.

As an aside, there is some work towards a new standard, not sure if/when it will be released though - its informally called "C1x"

jenluvscnd 01-12-2011 07:25 PM

Whats up, few questions
 
Does it need to have none volatile storage (so its still stored if the machine is turned off or on?)

Data structure wise, there is always the good ole linked list, but if you. can something like a tree will give better searching results (for slightly more overhead possibly.)

Do you know how to "create" data structures in C alright?


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