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  1. Well in a software's life cycle only a small part is development and the rest is testing, support and maintenance. So in any software company you have a much higher chance of getting a support or maintenance project than a development project. For example take the case of Windows. Windows 7 came out in 2009 but still you get bug fixes and security updates on win 7. It only took 3-4 years to develop win7 but win 7 will be supported and maintained by microsoft till 2020 so thats 11 years. So all i'm saying is that you'll be fixing bugs most of the time rather than writing code for a new s
  2. But enter the software industry only if you love programming a lot. Dont enter it if you want to make softwares only. You wont be making any software most of the time.
  3. Well you are terribly wrong in this aspect. In almost ALL jobs in India you definitely need a degree. Dont confuse jobs with sports or business. Sports is not a job and you cant get any degree for that. And in business you are your own boss but in everything else you do need a degree. And dont compare India with other countries. If you go to the USA or Canada they dont look at degrees much. They only look at your experience and talent and they can afford to do that because their population is small. But India has a huge population and companies just can't afford to interview everyone to searc
  4. If you want to enter the I.T industry the minimum requirement is to be an engineer in any stream. Even electrical engineering and mechanical will do. You must be really confused how an engineer with no training in computers can enter the IT industry. Well the reason is that the IT industry is vast and serves many types of customers. Even the software for Ferrari's F1 racing cars are made by Indian IT companies. So when you are making a software for a racing car you need both programming skills and mechanical engineering knowledge. Similarly when you make software for telecom clients like vodaf
  5. There is a software called Windows Password Unlocker Professional which you can download and burn on a DVD or USB and use it to RESET your win 7 password. Or you can use a software called Ophcrack. You'll have to download Ophcrack an burn it to a DVD and use it to CRACK your win 7 password. Please note that Windows Password Unlocker will only RESET your password but Ophcrack will try to CRACK your password. Needless to say that Ophcrack will require a lot more time and it can only crack passwords up to 14 characters.
  6. First you need to know if both the source server and destination server are both UNIX servers or not. Secure copy will work only on UNIX servers.
  7. Yes you can do that if you know how to use the "scp" command in unix.
  8. I dont see any error that's just a warning. Isn't the program running? And i can't use the conio.h file like that. The header files only contains the class/structure declarations and function prototypes. The actual function definitions are in the dll files. So i cant use the conio.h file you shared. As i told you earlier, conio.h is not a standard c++ header and functions like gotoxy, clrscr etc are not standard c++ functions. The clrscr() function was removed from the conio.h library and so was gotoxy. So you can't use them any more. system("cls") is a system call to cls of the windows
  9. It clears the screen. Ooops i think i missed a bracket. Let me fix that. #include<stdio.h> #include<conio.h> #include<string.h> #include<windows.h> char* getPassword(); int checkHuman(); void displayPassword(char*); char* getPassword() { char pass[21]= ""; char ch; printf("Enter password(20 characters max): "); ch=getch(); while((ch != '\r') && (ch != '\n')) { if((ch==127)||(ch<=31)) { if(strlen(pass)>0) { printf("\b \b"); pass[strlen(pass) -1] = '\0'; } } else { int len =
  10. No its not possible to do that. You cannot store variables in memory addresses equal to their values. To search something in a large amount of data we can sort the data and use binary search instead of linear search which results in extremely fast searching time. But sorting the data isn't really possible all the time in real life. Suppose you have 100 million strings and you need to find one particular string among them. In that situation it is not practically possible to sort 100 million alpha-numeric strings. So in such situations we employ a method known as indexing. If your database is
  11. @CrackUC I'm off to dinner now. I'll reply to your queries afterwards.
  12. You have to think about the time when your functions will be hundreds of lines long.
  13. @CrackUC I forgot that C does not support boolean datatype. Wait let me change the boolean values into int. #include<stdio.h> #include<conio.h> #include<string.h> #include<windows.h> char* getPassword(); int checkHuman(); void displayPassword(char*); char* getPassword() { char pass[21]= ""; char ch; printf("Enter password(20 characters max): "); ch=getch(); while((ch != '\r') && (ch != '\n')) { if((ch==127)||(ch<=31)) { if(strlen(pass)>0) { printf("\b \b"); pass[strlen(pass) -1] = '\0'; } } else {
  14. But in some cases you will need to use a while loops. Use functions for now. When you become confident in loops you can start using while loops. Its pretty easy really and is less resource hungry and doesn't involve the function call overheads.
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