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It seems to me that the software you need is a programming language that lends itself to experimentation, such as Python, and a suitable platform. Any of IOS, Linux or Windows (not necessarily in this order of preference) would do as a platform. Start by making a basic browser. Then go from there. There are hundreds of examples of almost anything you might ...


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If you are not satisfied with TalentLMS and Moodle LMS services then are lots of other platforms available for LMS hosting. If you need only an excellent platform, I recommend DomainRacer LMS hosting, this is one of the best platforms for hosting your learning management system (LMS) online course for your business. DomainRacer Tutor LMS has great features ...


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Yes, you can go ahead and use Tesseract as well, but if the Captcha is a bit advanced you can train a custom model for it using EasyOCR or if the captcha uses a type font that is a bit hard try using Google Cloud Vision OCR.


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You can use https://app.diagrams.net/ for free in your browser. It is easy to use! Click on Create New Diagram and it lets you select from various flowchart templates:


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The classic software for doing this is Graphviz and its "dot" language. There are several language bindings available, for many programming languages, actually. Many apps are built on top of graphviz, see Wikipedia article. There is a very comprehensive repository "Awesome Graphviz" with lots of graphviz related links. Recently I came ...


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Markor (tested v2.8.0, Android 8, Galaxy A3) Markor: can browse, open, edit and write files on SD card (though see an issue mentioned in the comments under the question above) no ads can open files from some (!) file explorers (install it, open it, give permissions for SD card, use it from file explorers) eg. built-in Galaxy A3 file explorer won't work, ...


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So why not use Eclipse, as mentioned? Should run on both Windows and Unix. Just need some plugin to worck with C++.


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He asked for Open-Source Project, so Visual Studio should not feat. Would recomend Code::Blocks, it´s free crosplatform IDE and has, as far I know suport for CMake and all the other features. No Idea about Clang, but think it should also be suported.


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I recommend Visual Studio 2022, I have used it personally. In my opinion, it is the best IDE for your requirements. Visual Studio comes with its own built-in autocomplete feature - IntelliCode. You can also use plugins like Tabnine for auto-complete. Visual Studio also has Interactive Debugging, Integrated Tools, Syntax Highlighting, and good file management....


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Open Source Distributed SQL Is there an open source SQL database specifically designed or optimized for scaling on clusters built from commodity hardware? Why yes! There are. :) Here are a handful of open source SQL-compliant distributed database systems. This list is not exhaustive, I suggest looking into each to compare the feature sets. CockroachDB ...


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If you want to get hold of MIME parts that don't have filenames, e.g. the text and HTML, then try sudo apt install maildir-utils mu extract source.eml --save-all Docs: https://manpages.debian.org/testing/maildir-utils/mu-extract.1.en.html


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I had to search Beowulf cluster on Google because I never heard about it. This is a problem you had in the '90 and that doesn't exists any more. That problem existed when you home lab was sort of this: But today your home lab is like this: So there are no more problems of scaling since 20 years because your Hard Drive is a SAN that takes multiple hard ...


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