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Following are videotaped lectures on programming-related technology areas. These lectures provide opportuities for students and faculty to learn directly from expert develop and can be used as "guest lectures" to accompany traditional programming courses.

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One of the most powerful tools available to a C++ programmer is the ability to manipulate computer memory directly by using pointers. Today you will learn

* What pointers are.

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This site provides sample course content and tutorials for Computer Science (CS) students and educators on current computing technologies and paradigms.

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...This is my implementation of John Gruber’s Markdown text to html language. There’s not much here that differentiates it from any of the existing Markdown implementations except that it’s written in C

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Mc Allister Landscape Supplies
4301 Milltown Rd, Green Bay, WI 54313
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This looks interesting...I’ve never done a study a group on a blog (or in any virtual form), but I’m hopeful such an open forum will have value for others. Make sure you subscribe to the comment section for each chapter when it’s posted so you’ll know when there is new material. You may also wish to follow the entries feed so you know when we’re starting a new chapter. I’ll also announce the next chapter in the comments for the this preface.

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Early and space-saving! Bush type hybrids can be planted 3' apart.

75 days. Early and space-saving! Bush type hybrids can be planted 3' apart. Productive plants bear 5 large, dark green fruits. Orange-yellow flesh is sweet, nutty and has a smooth texture. Burpee bred. 25 seeds per packet, will plant 6 groups. Proven tops for performance, flavor, and wide adaptability. Sun.

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A medium sized, acorn shaped, vining type.

A medium sized, acorn shaped, vining type with sweet golden yellow flesh turning more orange in storage. Rivved, dark green skin. Ready 85 days after sowing. GARDEN HINTS: Leave on vine until fully mature. Gather before frost, leaving part of the stem attached to the fruit. Store for winter use at 45-55 deg. F in a dry place.

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Health spaghetti alternative.

Medium-sized, oblong fruits. Fruit interior ready for serving like spaghetti 100 days after seed is sown. Can be stored several months in a cool, dry place. GARDEN HINTS: Cultivate or mulch to control weeds. Fertilize when fruits form to increase yield. CULINARY HINTS: Boil entire fruit about 20 minutes, open and remove seeds. Fluff flesh out of shell with a fork for spaghetti-like appearance. Serve with spaghetti sauce or season to taste.

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Just 6-8" long and 4-5" across, a single squash is perfect for a family meal.

Burpee exclusive. Just 6-8" long and 4-5" across, a single squash is perfect for a family meal. Compact plants yield huge crops, more than any other variety. High in vitamin A. Delicious pasta substitute. Prick fruit all over, then boil or bake until tender. Scoop out spaghetti and serve with sauce or chilled in salads. Good keeper. 73 days.

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