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 From: Vincent Byrne
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 To: mk sharma
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Subject: RE: container stuffing
Thread ID: 104644 Message ID: 104669 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 9 Category: Reports and Printers
Date: Friday, August 18, 2006 9:05:42 PM         

> i am trying to create a software for container stuffing.
> can someone guide me how container stuffing takes place.
> what kind of approch should i take to stuff maximum quantity in a container with different permutations/combinations with a graphical view.
> warm regards,
> mk.


What do you mean with container stuffing, I mean I used too be a chef and the only things I used to stuff was poultry and pork, I have never heard of this therminolgy being use in the IT Branch.

Have you got a better explination for it, or even better explain what you want.

If I read your question right you are asking how many objects can you stuff in one container.

The answer to that would be as many as you want, provided you use subclasses (which hold as many objects you put in it).

I know of no limitation does anybody else?

This is like stuffing a chicken where you are trying to put in 1,5 kg stuffing in to a bird that is only 2.0 cm in size.

Best Regards



container stuffing Posted by mk sharma @ 8/18/2006 6:15:57 PM
RE: container stuffing Posted by Vincent Byrne @ 8/18/2006 9:05:42 PM
RE: container stuffing Posted by Bernard Bout @ 8/19/2006 5:01:55 PM