No wonder. A program to do this would never work. This is clearly a hardware problem.
It could grip it by the HDMI port.
Mr. Prosser: Do you know how much damage this battleship would sustain if I just let the drone fly right into it?
Arthur: How much?
Mr. Prosser: Some!
It has beer recipes too?
At 500 years old, it's beard must have been huge!
His own tea.
Well, yeah, since iOS7 isn't available for the iPhone 3G.
Fortunately, with C++ you aren't required to use any particular feature, and don't pay a penalty for anything you don't use.
Furthermore, the alleged performance penalties that a lot of C programmers think exist in C++ actually don't.
Nope, that's the brand name of that new flying car on display at Airventure this week.
Just don't bite down on it too hard.
I didn't read the article but from the name of the rocket it sounds like it's nuclear-powered. I hope there wasn't much contamination!
Well, what about other optical effects, like split screen, slow motion, Quantel?
I lived with 4 other guys in a big old house in Blacksburg, VA (VA Tech) in 1991. One guy had a knack for finding computer surplus, and brought home *two* PDP-11s, along with a bunch of other "vintage" equipment. One sat out in the garage, while the other adorned a landing in our stairwell.
My wife and I once saw the Shrek 4D Experience at Universal Studios Florida. Every seat can emit mist, air blasts in your face, small water bursts in your face (such as when one of Donkey's kids sneezes on you), smells, and there are small air jets that can move up and down, positioned strategically at your ankles. At one point all these spiders drop down from the forest above, in 3D of course, and then they get the little air jets going on your ankles - it feels like little feathers (or SPIDERZZ OMG!) on your feet. My wife FLIPPED OUT. It was hilarious!
You don't compile Qt in Xcode. You use the build scripts, just like you do on Windows and Linux.
You can build Qt *applications* in Xcode. I do it all the time.