Lif Files



#2

How do I do to extract files lex from a file lif?


#3

gileno wrote
> How do I do to extract files lex from a file lif?

I wonder, do you actually read the responses to your OWN postings?

Check this thread that was actually started by you!!!

http://www.hpmuseum.org/cgi-sys/cgiwrap/hpmuseum/archv015.cgi?read=79389#79389

**vp


#4

You are making confusion. This doubt is completely different from the other. :-))

The first doubt is to copy a disk with lif. The second doubt and how to extract the lex of that file lif.

Did you understand now?

If you cannot help me I don't want that observation type.

Edited: 17 Nov 2005, 5:44 p.m.


#5

> gileno
>
> You are making confusion. This doubt is completely different from
> the other. :-))

The subject of the thread (and your initial question) are indeed different, but the information you are asking for here, is discussed in the earlier thread.

read, understand, and then say you do not understand :-)

> If you cannot help me I don't want that observation type.

I have already given you all the information you require. I would love to ignore this posting, but you will keep posting the same bloody question every few days anyway.

**vp


#6

Quote:
.. I would love to ignore this posting, but you will keep posting the same bloody question every few days anyway.


And that would be hurtful exactly how? You don't have to read it, or answer it.

Gileno, you aren't making the best use of what we have to offer here. I know it's hard to find information in another language, but please do try to find the answer before you ask a question. In this case, lifutil will do what you want. Vassilis pointed it out in the thread he referenced above. If you follow links people give you, and try to learn the tools they lead to, then you will be able to answer questions like this one on your own.


#7

 Howard Owen wrote:
> vp wrote:
> > .. I would love to ignore this posting, but you will keep
> > posting the same bloody question every few days anyway.
> And that would be hurtful exactly how? You don't have to read it,
> or answer it.

a) it decreases the signal to noise ratio of the forum

b) searches in the archives return useless items

c) this approach discourages people from responding (notice that some weeks ago Gileno's postings were ignored and he had to keep posting the question.

d) its actually bad for Gilleno as well, because it may stop people from reading his postings

As far as I am concerned, if this were a newsgroup, I'd just kill-file him and get it over with. This is what I have done with ebay and Coburlin.

However, this is a free forum. If Gileno feels like posting repeatedly questions that have been answered before, I can keep flaming him (another old tradition of newsgroups) !

**vp


Edited: 18 Nov 2005, 7:06 a.m.

#8

gileno wrote:
> How do I do to extract files lex from a file lif?

By the way, are you by any chance one of my students?

CS 543 - Operating Systems Programming Assignment

:-) :-) :-)

**vp

Edited: 18 Nov 2005, 7:15 a.m.


#9

If you cannot help me I don't want that observation type. Please.
And end point. !


#10

Gileno - Brazil wrote:
> If you cannot help me I don't want that observation type.

It depends what you mean by help.

Let me give an example, somebody posts a note saying "please help me make spagetti carbonara". How do you help this person? I would simply post the recipe. And this is what I did in your case. The link I posted in my previous posting (http://www.cs.drexel.edu/~vp/CS543/LIF/index.html) is the recipe. It provides definitions, data samples and a discussion on the format to allow undergraduate-level students to write simple programs (500 - 800 lines) to read LIF archives.

However (returning to my analogy), if by "help" you mean to come over and cook the spagetti for you, then let me know and I will not bother with your postings again.

**vp


#11

Quote:
Let me give an example, somebody posts a note saying "please help me make spagetti carbonara". How do you help this person? I would simply post the recipe.

Yum!

Massimo ;-)


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