Ok here is my situation.. I purchased the new apple TV and for some reason almost everytime I go to watch a movie in my Library my Library has been disconnected and I need to walk upstairs, close ITUNES then reopen it, then back downstairs and all is good.
I have been looking for...
First of all sorry if this is not the right place to post this. But my questions are:
1. Is it possible to make an if statment in the command prompt to measure if a given variable is greater than one number and less than another.
2. This one doesn't have anything to do with if statments but is...
My code is supposed to be pretty simple I've searched around the web but can't find much that helps so I was wondering if my code should be a switch statement rather than an if one...
Here's my code...
I'm having an issue with reading from a file and then comparing it to a string (Python 2.7.3). For the sake of the issue, I'm cutting out some specifics; I'm more interested in why potentially a string I'm reading in from a file is NEVER equal to a string I'm comparing it with.
I wrote this program to practice the if statement. I can't get it to execute the else statement. Regardless of what the user enters it executes the if statement.
//A program to let the user entera score and output if the score was perfect.
is it possible to use a port mapping statement from within an if statement?
if ( OpCode = "0100" ) then
alu_ripple_adder port map(A=>X(0), B=>Y(0), ... );
elsif (OpCode = "0101") then
alu_comparator port map(....);