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Old December 9th, 2010, 01:04 PM
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Is not included in the code folder. Are we expected to write it up from scratch?

Should we be coding up all of the examples? Sometimes I'm not sure if that's the intent.

BTW... I'm really enjoying the book. Very good examples, well explained. Thanks!
 
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Well, I checked and the code is missing. I'm not at home right now, so I can't check to see if I submitted the code to Wrox, or not. In most cases, I think you'll find almost all of the programs are available from Wrox. (There may be a few short programs not included.) Perhaps the admin for this site could post the code?

Anyway, if you have issues with the code in the book, let us know here.
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In most cases, I think you'll find almost all of the programs are available from Wrox.
I got all of the code from Wrox in the first place (downloaded from the website). Is there some other place I'm missing?
 
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No, you've downloaded from the correct site. I've contacted the monitor for this thread and asked him to locate the missing code and add it to the Wrox download folder. In the mean time, I'm sure you can type in the code from the book and get it working if you want to.
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alwayssummer: Dr. Purdum provided the attached file to go with listing 5-2. I'll get it added to the code downloads page for the book too.
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