This simple script will spawn a jet to patrol an AO and attack any enemy vehicle or helicopter it sees. // Spawn a CAS jet to patrol the AO.   _plane = createVehicle ["O_Plane_CAS_02_F", getMarkerPos("plane"), [], 0, "FLY"]; _pilotguy = [[26761.4,24593.4,0.000909805], EAST, ["O_Pilot_F"],[],[],[],[],[],232] call BIS_fnc_spawnGroup;   ((units _pilotguy) select 0) moveInDriver _plane; _wpcas = _pilotguy …

How to define a string and print it out with the printf() function. #include <stdio.h>   /* Defining a global string. */   #define hi "Hello Sire."   int main(void) { /* Printing out the string. */ printf("%s\n", hi);   return 0; }#include <stdio.h> /* Defining a global string. */ #define hi "Hello Sire." int …

http://www.securitronlinux.com/files/sysinfo.kdevelop-1.0.tar.gz. This is the link to my newly updated sysinfo program. This has code added using the sysinfo struct. This means that the memory and uptime information that is output is actually readable now. This is what the output of the memory and uptime section looks like now. [email protected]:~/Documents/sysinfo.kdevelop-1.0$ ./sysinfo 2 Ram & swap information. …

This code sample will render a spiral on your terminal when you compile and execute it. Very interesting indeed. #include <sstream> #include <iostream> #include <string>   std::string rle = "32 [email protected] 1n16 [email protected] [email protected] 1n13 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] 1n10 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] 1n7 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] " "1n6 [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] 1n4 [email protected] [email protected]

This code prints out a tick sign using asterisks. I tested this code on Fedora 19 and gcc 4.8 and it compiles without any problems. #include <iostream> #include <iomanip>   using std::cout;   int main() {   cout<<std::setw(8)<<"*"<<"n"; cout<<std::setw(7)<<"*"<<"n"; cout<<std::setw(6)<<"*"<<"n";   cout<<"* *"<<"n"<<"* *"<<"n"<<"*"; cout<< "n";   return 0; }#include <iostream> #include <iomanip> using std::cout; …

This is a very simple Hello World program in C. int main() { write(1, "Hello World\n", 14); }int main() { write(1, "Hello World\n", 14); } Counting how long a text string is. #include <stdio.h> #include <string.h> #define MSG "Hello Doctor, let’s get back to the TARDIS!" int main() { int g; g = strlen(MSG); if …