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What is the basic difference between Modbus and CAN Open Protocols

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how to increase the water ring vacuum pump efficiency?

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What are Trigonometric Functions in AWK?

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what is the difference between STAR and DELTA connection and application wise how it can be utilizedd

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What is the comparison between 30mA DP RCCB and 100mA DP RCCB and can replace it against 63A MCB

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Why the error "Operation must use an updateable query"?

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what make u disappointmnets in u r career

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can i material bill book in miro without vat on transport charges ?

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The coefficient of friction for the Asbestos-based materials used for clutch facing is a) 0.07 b) 0.17 c) 0.27 d) 0.37

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How to get the code from internet while i am doing project

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what is capital

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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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what happens when dc generator coupled with cycle shaft.also explain what happens when its loaded

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What is missing in my code? function numberTally(numList) { var evenTotal = 0; var oddTotal = 0; for (var i = 0; i <= numList.length; i++) { if i % 2 { // i is odd oddTotal += numList[i]; // or oddTotal = oddTotal + numList[i]; } else { // i is even evenTotal + numList[i]; } } alert(oddTotal); return evenTotal; }

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1. 1. The mass of a chunk of moist soil is 34 Kg and its volume is 0.012 cu. Meter. After drying in an oven, the mass reduces to 14.25 Kg. Determine the water content, the density of moist soil, the dry density, void ratio, porosity and degree of saturation. Take G = 3.25

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