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Google announced it’s first ever online treasure hunt.

It has already announced two out of four questions. The first one to answer all four questions correctly wins a prize.

Better hurry up !! Here’s the link

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Today while sharing a file through Rapidshare, I got a message that Rapidshare  was having  “Happy hours”, so no waiting time for Free Users !! Thanks a lot…really saved some time…

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Dumbest Solution Ever

In my last post I was talking about the contest which was organised. There was a particular question. This is the question –

E-Commerce R-Us recently discovered that their e-commerce site did not include a credit card number verification operation on the data that the user submitted for buying their software. The company decided to hire you and your team to develop a credit card validation program. You will be provided with a credit card number with the length varying from 13 digits to 16 digits. The algorithm is a simple mod 10 operation. Each number of the credit card is weighted by either 2 or 1. The credit card number must be zero-filled on the left to create a sixteen digit number, and then the pattern starts with 2, alternating with a 1. If the number multiplied by the weight results in a 2-digit number, each digit is added to the sum. The final sum with the check digit should be a multiple of 10.

Input Format: The user will provide you with a credit card number without spaces.

Output Format: The program will return “Valid” or “Invalid” depending on the success or failure of the check digit.

 Input:
5499001100120034
 Output:
Valid
 Input:
5499001100120036
 Output:
Invalid

The question is so easy that you needn’t even solve it.

But now comes the main part, a team from 1st year submitted the following solution. Read it and laugh aloud !! 😀

#include<stdio.h>
#include<conio.h>
void main()
{
long int a;
printf(“enter value of credit card”);

scanf(“%d”,&a);
if(a==5499001100120034)
printf(“valid\n”);
else
printf(“invalid”);
getch();
}

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Here’s an awesome website for all art lover or designers/artists/etc. Every user gets a webpage in which he can post his creations. The website has a large repository of stock images and photoshop brushes.

Check out my page – http://ankitsabharwal.deviantart.com/

(thanks to tajeshwar for this awesome website !)

About DeviantArt

deviantART is an international online artistic community. It was first launched on August 7, 2000 by Scott Jarkoff, Matthew Stephens and Angelo Sotira, amongst others.

deviantART aims to provide a place for any artist, photographer, writer, or Flash artist to exhibit and discuss his or her works. It also provides a community of like-minded individuals and is visited by 1.5 million individuals per day who view approximately 35 million pages. As of December 2007 the site consists of over 6 million users and over 46.95 million submissions, and receives around 60,000+ submissions per day.[1]

deviantART features many forms of creative expression organized in a comprehensive category structure. The artwork on display includes photography, digital art, traditional art, literature and skins for applications. The site also has extensive downloadable resources for use by creators such as tutorials and stock photography.

Link – www.deviantart.com

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Load only what you want !! Over these months this has been the best tool that I have used (recommended by Vijyesh). Working on slow bandwidths can be tedious, but this tool helps load webpages faster by displaying only what you need.

ImgLikeOpera allows load only the images that you want in Firefox browser. This extension is very useful for non broadband users…

ImgLikeOpera allows load only the images that you want in Firefox browser. This extension is very useful for non broadband users.
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Features:
– placeholders for blocked images (hi, LJ treads!)
– (re)load image from context menu or Ctrl+rightMouseClick
– forced expiration time (5 minutes – 3 months)
– policies for tabs
– filters
You can set one of policies for each tab:
– don’t load images
– load cached images only
– load images for the originating Web site only
– load all images

Get It Here : https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1672

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Very Clever Animation Indeed !

And A Very Clever End !!

I found this while browsing one of the blogs on animation.

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This May Often Happen !!!

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