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 From: Bernard Bout
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 To: Vincent Byrne
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 Vincent Byrne
Subject: RE: container stuffing
Thread ID: 104644 Message ID: 104712 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 9 Category: Reports and Printers
Date: Saturday, August 19, 2006 5:01:55 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.

> Hi 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
> Vince

I think he means filling (stuffing) a shipping container!


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