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When I am checking the services its showing maintenance state I checked all dependents and dependencies then what is procedure should I do step by step.pls tell methe answer as soon as possible?

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Is condition checking possible in jcl?

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How to rename a column in the output of sql query?

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How to select the Nth maximum salary from Table Emp in Oracle SQL Plus ?

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Since the last meeting, what is the progress of the team?

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Define how does a try statement determine which catch clause should be used to handle an exception?

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What are the types of Data Warehouse applications?

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What are the different ways we can set up the portal security to access component in portal?

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how can i access a direct (absolute, not the offset) memory address? here is what i tried: wrote a program that ask's for an address from the user, creates a FAR pointer to that adress and shows it. then the user can increment/decrement the value in that address by pressing p(inc+) and m(dec-). NOW, i compiled that program and opened it twice (in 2 different windows) and gave twice the same address to it. now look what happen - if i change the value in one "window" of the program, it DOES NOT change in the other! even if they point to the same address in the memory! here is the code snippet: //------------------------------------------------------ #include //INCLUDE EVERY KNOWN HEADER FILE #include //FOR ANY CASE... #include #include #include main() { int far *ptr; //FAR POINTER!!! long address; char key=0; //A KEY FROM THE KEYBOARD int temp=0; clrscr(); cout<<"Enter Address:"; cin>>hex>>address; //GETS THE ADDRESS clrscr(); (long)ptr=address; temp=*ptr; //PUTS THE ADDRESS IN THE PTR cout<<"["<

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I had created one physical file tell me command to enter data in to?

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Xmlserializer is throwing a generic "there was an error reflecting myclass" error. How do I find out what the problem is?

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What is the disadvantage of cookies?

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what are the key resposibilities of Team Leader

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Explain more functions in brief in r?

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