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  • Why so much stack space used for each recursion?

    - by Harvey
    I have a simple recursive function RCompare() that calls a more complex function Compare() which returns before the recursive call. Each recursion level uses 248 bytes of stack space which seems like way more than it should. Here is the recursive function: void CMList::RCompare(MP n1) // RECURSIVE and Looping compare function { auto MP ne=n1->mf; while(StkAvl() && Compare(n1=ne->mb)) RCompare(n1); // Recursive call ! } StkAvl() is a simple stack space check function that compares the address of an auto variable to the value of an address near the end of the stack stored in a static variable. It seems to me that the only things added to the stack in each recursion are two pointer variables (MP is a pointer to a structure) and the stuff that one function call stores, a few saved registers, base pointer, return address, etc., all 32-bit (4 byte) values. There's no way that is 248 bytes is it? I don't no how to actually look at the stack in a meaningful way in Visual Studio 2008. Thanks

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  • I'm having trouble with using std::stack to retrieve the values from a recursive function.

    - by Peter Stewart
    Thanks to the help I received in this post: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2761918/how-do-i-use-this-in-a-member-function I have a nice, concise recursive function to traverse a tree in postfix order: void Node::postfix() { if (left != __nullptr) { left->postfix(); } if (right != __nullptr) { right->postfix(); } cout<<cargo<<"\n"; return; }; Now I need to evaluate the values and operators as they are returned. My problem is how to retrieve them. I tried the std::stack: #include <stack> stack <char*> s; void Node::postfix() { if (left != __nullptr) { left->postfix(); } if (right != __nullptr) { right->postfix(); } s.push(cargo); return; }; but when I tried to access it in main() while (!s.empty()) { cout<<s.top<<"\n"; s.pop; } I got the error: 'std::stack<_Ty::top': function call missing argument list; use '&std::stack<_Ty::top' to create a pointer to member' I'm stuck. Another question to follow shortly.

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  • Is it possible to prevent just horizontal scrolling when overflow-x is hidden?

    - by Andrew LeClair
    I have a web page that has content which extends past the right edge of the browser window. I set overflow-x: hidden on <body> to turn off the bottom scrollbar, but I can still scroll horizontally with the trackpad, which is not what I want. Is there any way to prevent the browser from scrolling horizontally? As a side note: Safari 4.0.4 only scrolls horizontally sometimes, and the scrolling feels "sticky" and "jumpy," whereas Firefox always smoothly scrolls horizontally.

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  • Why does this CSS example use "height: 1%" with "overflow: auto"?

    - by Lawrence Lau
    I am reading a HTML and CSS book. It has a sample code of two-column layout. <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html> <head> <style> #main {height: 1%; overflow: auto;} #main, #header, #footer {width: 768px; margin: auto;} #bodycopy { float: right; width: 598px; } #sidebar {margin-right: 608px; } #footer {clear: both; } </style> </head> <body> <div id="header" style='background-color: #AAAAAA'>This is the header.</div> <div id="main" style='background-color: #EEEEEE'> <div id="bodycopy" style='background-color: #BBBBBB'> This is the principal content.<br /> This is the principal content.<br /> This is the principal content.<br /> This is the principal content.<br /> This is the principal content.<br /> This is the principal content.<br /> This is the principal content.<br /> This is the principal content.<br /> This is the principal content.<br /> This is the principal content.<br /> This is the principal content.<br /> This is the principal content.<br /> This is the principal content.<br /> This is the principal content.<br /> This is the principal content.<br /> </div> <div id="sidebar" style='background-color: #CCCCCC'> This is the sidebar. </div> </div> <div id="footer" style='background-color: #DDDDDD'>This is the footer.</div> </body> </html> The author mentions that the use of overflow auto and 1% height will make the main area expand to encompass the computed height of content. I try to remove the 1% height and tried in different browsers but they don't show a difference. I am quite confused of its use. Any idea?

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  • How to avoid overflow in expr. A * B - C * D

    - by Ir0nm
    I need to compute an expression which looks like: A*B - C*D, where their types are: signed long long int A, B, C, D; Each number can be really big (not overflowing its type). While A*B could cause overflow, at same time expression A*B - C*D can be really small. How can I compute it correctly? For example: MAX * MAX - (MAX - 1) * (MAX + 1) == 1, where MAX = LLONG_MAX - n and n - some natural number.

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  • Blog/CMS software with editing style like Stack Exchange

    - by Merlyn Morgan-Graham
    I have been updating a Wordpress blog lately and found the turnaround time for content creation and editing is much worse than for Stack Overflow posts. Part of this has to do with being original compositions rather than riffing off a question. But part of it is the software. I am looking for CMS/blog software that has an overall editing experience similar to Stack Overflow. The most important features I'm looking for: Inline editing (mostly) Real-time preview on the same page are all important features for speeding up data entry. Markdown support (with inline and block-level code support) Syntax hilighting The features I must maintain from my self-hosted Wordpress: Somewhat popular/supported software, with extensibility support Self hostable Will work with MySql Wordpress has plugins for all these, but they don't necessarily work together. For example I've found a few markdown-on-save plugins, but I doubt those have a chance of ever supporting inline editing or real time previews. Also the most popular syntax hilighting plugins don't support inline code blocks, and I doubt previews would work with other syntax hilighting methods. If I get a wiki/web page content creation system along with it, or somehow integrate this into GitHub (with all the features I requested) I'll accept those as side benefits :) Formed as a question: Are there any pieces of content creation software for making a blog that support an editing style like Stack Exchange and Stack Overflow? Or magic combinations of Wordpress plugins that offer the same?

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  • CSS div/overflow Question: Why does the first HTML file work but not the second?

    - by kidvid
    Notice how the first HTML/CSS works when you re-size the browser horizontally. It will shrink no further than around 800 pixels, but it will expand as far as you drag the right edge of the browser. It will also correctly overflow the table at the top and scroll it horizontally. The thing I don't like about the first code snippet is where the scrollbar is. I want it to show up within the borders of the fieldset, so even if I narrow the browser down to 800 pixels wide, I can see both the left and right sides of the fieldset's border. The second code snippet is exactly the same as the first except I add another div tag to the mix, inside of the field set and around the grid. Notice how the top fieldset's width won't correctly shrink when you make the viewport of your browser narrower. Any ideas on why it doesn't work, what I can do to get it to work like the first code snippet? I don't think I'm describing this clearly, but if you run the two side by side, and expand and contract the horizontal edge of your browser windows, you'll see the differences between the two. I'm pretty new to CSS and HTML layout, so my understanding of why CSS handles sizing the way it does in some situations is still really confusing to me. Thanks, Adrian Working HTML file: <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8"/> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css"></meta> <style type="text/css"> #divBody { margin-top: 5px; top:24px; margin-top: 10px; } #divContainer { top: 5px; position:relative; min-height:100%; #width:expression(document.body.clientWidth < 830? "800": "90%" ); width:90%; min-width: 800px; padding-bottom:70px; } #divMasterGrid { position:relative; margin:5px; top:5px; width:99%; margin:0 auto; overflow-x:scroll; } #divRadioButtonArea { position:relative; top:20px; height:51px; font-size: 12px; width:99%; margin:5px; } </style> <title>TEST TEST</title> </head> <body id="divBody"> <div id="divContainer" class="gridRegion"> <div id="divMasterGrid"> <fieldset style="margin: 5px;"> <legend style="font-size: 12px; color: #000;">Numbers</legend> <table border="1px"> <tr> <td>One </td> <td>Two </td> <td>Three </td> <td>Fout </td> <td>Five </td> <td>Six </td> <td>Seven </td> <td>Eight </td> <td>Nine </td> <td>Ten </td> <td>Eleven </td> <td>Twelve </td> <td>Thirteen </td> <td>Fourteen </td> <td>Fifteen </td> <td>Sixteen </td> <td>Seventeen </td> <td>Eighteen </td> <td>Nineteen </td> <td>Twenty </td> </tr> </table> </fieldset> </div> <div id="divRadioButtonArea"> <fieldset style=" padding-left: 5px;"> <legend style="color: #000; height:auto">Colors</legend> <table style="width:100%;padding-left:5%;padding-right:5%;"> <tr> <td> <input type="radio" name="A" value="Y"/><label>Red</label> </td> <td> <input type="radio" name="O" value="O"/><label>White</label> </td> <td> <input type="radio" name="W"/><label>Blue</label> </td> </tr> </table> </fieldset> </div> </div> </body> </html> Broken HTML file: <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8"/> <meta http-equiv="Content-Style-Type" content="text/css"></meta> <style type="text/css"> #divBody { margin-top: 5px; top:24px; margin-top: 10px; } #divContainer { top: 5px; position:relative; min-height:100%; #width:expression(document.body.clientWidth < 830? "800": "90%" ); width:90%; min-width: 800px; padding-bottom:70px; } #divTopFieldSet { position:relative; margin:5px; top:5px; width:99%; } #divRadioButtonArea { position:relative; top:20px; height:51px; font-size: 12px; width:99%; margin:5px; } #divTable { position:relative; width:99%; margin:5px auto; overflow-x:scroll; } </style> <title>TEST TEST</title> </head> <body id="divBody"> <div id="divContainer" class="gridRegion"> <div id="divTopFieldSet"> <fieldset style="margin: 5px;"> <legend style="font-size: 12px; color: #000;">Numbers</legend> <div id="divTable"> <table border="1px"> <tr> <td>One </td> <td>Two </td> <td>Three </td> <td>Fout </td> <td>Five </td> <td>Six </td> <td>Seven </td> <td>Eight </td> <td>Nine </td> <td>Ten </td> <td>Eleven </td> <td>Twelve </td> <td>Thirteen </td> <td>Fourteen </td> <td>Fifteen </td> <td>Sixteen </td> <td>Seventeen </td> <td>Eighteen </td> <td>Nineteen </td> <td>Twenty </td> </tr> </table> </div> </fieldset> </div> <div id="divRadioButtonArea"> <fieldset style=" padding-left: 5px;"> <legend style="color: #000; height:auto">Colors</legend> <table style="width:100%;padding-left:5%;padding-right:5%;"> <tr> <td> <input type="radio" name="A" value="Y"/><label>Red</label> </td> <td> <input type="radio" name="O" value="O"/><label>White</label> </td> <td> <input type="radio" name="W"/><label>Blue</label> </td> </tr> </table> </fieldset> </div> </div> </body> </html>

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  • C# Taking a element off each time (stack)

    - by Sef
    Greetings, Have a question considering a program that stimulates a stack.(not using any build in stack features or any such) stack2= 1 2 3 4 5 //single dimension array of 5 elements By calling up a method "pop" the stack should look like the following: Basically taking a element off each time the stack is being "called" up again. stack2= 1 2 3 4 0 stack2= 1 2 3 0 0 stack2= 1 2 0 0 0 stack2= 1 0 0 0 0 stack2= 0 0 0 0 0 - for (int i = 1; i <= 6; i++) { number= TryPop(s2); //use number ShowStack(s2, "s2"); } Basically I already have code that fills my array with values (trough a push method). The pop method should basically take the last value and place it on 0. Then calls up the next stack and place the following on 0 (like shown above in stack2). The current pop method that keeps track of the top index (0 elements = 0 top, 1 element = 1 top etc..). Already includes a underflow warning if this goes on 0 or below (which is correct). public int Pop() { if(top <= 0) { throw new Exception("Stack underflow..."); } else { for (int j = tabel.Length - 1; j >= 0; j--) { //...Really not sure what to do here. } } return number; }/*Pop*/ Since in the other class I already have a loop (for loop shown above) that simulates 6 times the s2 stack. (first stack: 1 2 3 4 0, second stack 1 2 3 0 0 and so on.) How exactly do I take a element off each time? Either I have the entire display on 0 or the 0 in the wrong places / out of index errors. Thanks in advance!

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  • Podcasting vs Stack Overflow vs Geekswithblogs

    - by MarkPearl
    For a few years now I have been looking for effective ways to be involved in the “community”. While there are a few community programming events in my area (Johannesberg), there isn’t too much face to face stuff – which has caused me to turn to the internet. My internet attempts have been varied – at first I took the passive approach of listening to tech podcasts. This was great for a while, but soon the content became semi-repetitive and a little boring. It seemed that the podcasts I was listening to all went round the same themes and speakers and while I am still a keen listener to several tech podcasts – it didn’t quench my thirst. So I began to be a bit more active – starting with stack overflow – where I would scan the site for questions that were in the realm of my ability to answer. It worked for a while but soon it began to be discouraging – there seems to be so many people that know so much more than me and are quicker at typing that I felt fairly ineffective. So while I still use Stack Overflow when I am in a pickle and need some help – it feels more like me taking from the community than giving anything. Which brought me to Geeks with blogs. Till I found GWB I hadn’t felt like I was an active part of a community. I had blogged before on Blogspot and Wordpress but hadn’t felt associated to the community. Now when I get a comment from someone on one of my GWB posts either thanking me or adding a bit more or correcting me, it makes me feel like I am contributing to a community. So well done GWB. Thanks for making a spot that makes me feel at home!

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  • Stack Overflow Error

    - by dylanisawesome1
    I recently created a recursive cave algorithm, and would like to have more extensive caves, but get a stack overflow after re-cursing a couple times. Any advice? Here's my code: for(int i=0;i<100;i++) { int rand = new Random().nextInt(100); if(rand<=20) { if(curtile.bounds.y-40>500+new Random().nextInt(20)) digDirection(Direction.UP); } if(rand<=40 && rand>20) { if(curtile.bounds.y+40<m.height) digDirection(Direction.DOWN); } if(rand<=60 && rand>40) { if(curtile.bounds.x-40>0) digDirection(Direction.LEFT); } if(rand<=80 && rand>60) { if(curtile.bounds.x+40<m.width) digDirection(Direction.RIGHT); } } } public void digDirection(Direction d) { if(new Random().nextInt(100)<=10) { new Miner(curtile, map); // try { // Thread.sleep(2); // } catch (InterruptedException e) { // // TODO Auto-generated catch block // e.printStackTrace(); // } //Tried this to avoid stack overflow. Didn't work. }

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  • Why GPRS modem provides embedded TCP/IP stack

    - by Christian Madsen
    My colleague and I are mining the GPRS MODEM market for a module suitable for use with embedded Linux. During the market scan, we see that several vendors highlight that their MODEMs include an embedded TCP/IP stack. This makes me wonder: when we are using embedded Linux which already contains a TCP/IP stack and connects using PPP, will it make use of the stack included in the GPRS MODEM at all? My current assumption is that the stack is included for use with tiny microcontroller OS that do not supply their own stack. Also some of the MODEMs allow for running small applications IN the MODEM baseband processor which could explain the embedded stack... So: is the TCP/IP stack supplied by the GPRS MODEM superfluous when using it with an HL OS or did I overlook something?

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  • What is the difference between a segmentation fault and a stack overflow?

    - by AruniRC
    For example when we call say, a recursive function, the successive calls are stored in the stack. However, due to an error if it goes on infinitely the error is 'Segmentation fault' (as seen on GCC). Shouldn't it have been 'stack-overflow'? What then is the basic difference between the two? Btw, an explanation would be more helpful than wikipedia links (gone through that, but no answer to specific query).

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  • How to change stack size for a .NET program?

    - by carter-boater
    I have a program that does recursive calls for 2 billion times and the stack overflow. I make changes, and then it still need 40K resursive calls. So I need probably serveral MB stack memory. I heard the stack size is default to 1MB. I tried search online. Some one said to go properties -linker .........in visual studio, but I cannot find it. Does anybody knows how to increase it? Also I am wondering if I can set it somewhere in my C# program? P.S. I am using 32-bit winXP and 64bit win7.

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  • how to change stack size for a C# program?

    - by carter-boater
    Dear friends, I have a program that does recursive calls for 2 billion times and the stack overflow. I make changes, and then it still need 40K resursive calls. So I need probably serveral MB stack memory. I heard the stack size is default to 1MB. I tried search online. Some one said to go properties -linker .........in visual studio, but I cannot find it. Does anybody knows how to increase it? Also I am wondering if I can set it some where in my C# program? P.S. I am using 32-bit winXP and 64bit win7. Thanks a lot

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  • What does a modern, standard Microsoft-based technology stack look like?

    - by Sean Owen
    Let's say I asked Microsoft to describe the perfect, modern, Microsoft-based technology stack to power a standard e-commerce web site, which perhaps has a simple 2-tier web/database architecture. What would it be like? Yes, I'm just looking for a list of product / technology names. For example, in the J2EE world, I might describe a stack that includes: J2EE 6 standard JavaServer Faces Glassfish 3 MySQL 5.1.x I'm guessing this stack includes some combination of .NET, SQL Server, ASP.NET, IIS, etc. but I am not familiar with this world. Looking for ideas on the equivalent in Microsoft-land.

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  • CVE-2011-2896 Buffer overflow vulnerability in GIMP

    - by chandan
    CVE DescriptionCVSSv2 Base ScoreComponentProduct and Resolution CVE-2011-2896 Buffer Overflow vulnerability 5.1 GIMP Image Editor Solaris 10 SPARC: 147988-01 X86: 147989-01 Solaris 11 Express snv_151a + 7079990 This notification describes vulnerabilities fixed in third-party components that are included in Sun's product distribution.Information about vulnerabilities affecting Oracle Sun products can be found on Oracle Critical Patch Updates and Security Alerts page.

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  • Implement Negascout Algorithm with stack

    - by Dan
    I'm not familiar with how these stack exchange accounts work so if this is double posting I apologize. I asked the same thing on stackoverflow. I have added an AI routine to a game I am working on using the Negascout algorithm. It works great, but when I set a higher maximum depth it can take a few seconds to complete. The problem is it blocks the main thread, and the framework I am using does not have a way to deal with multi-threading properly across platforms. So I am trying to change this routine from recursively calling itself, to just managing a stack (vector) so that I can progress through the routine at a controlled pace and not lock up the application while the AI is thinking. I am getting hung up on the second recursive call in the loop. It relies on a returned value from the first call, so I don't know how to add these to a stack. My Working c++ Recursive Code: MoveScore abNegascout(vector<vector<char> > &board, int ply, int alpha, int beta, char piece) { if (ply==mMaxPly) { return MoveScore(evaluation.evaluateBoard(board, piece, oppPiece)); } int currentScore; int bestScore = -INFINITY; MoveCoord bestMove; int adaptiveBeta = beta; vector<MoveCoord> moveList = evaluation.genPriorityMoves(board, piece, findValidMove(board, piece, false)); if (moveList.empty()) { return MoveScore(bestScore); } bestMove = moveList[0]; for(int i=0;i<moveList.size();i++) { MoveCoord move = moveList[i]; vector<vector<char> > newBoard; newBoard.insert( newBoard.end(), board.begin(), board.end() ); effectMove(newBoard, piece, move.getRow(), move.getCol()); // First Call ****** MoveScore current = abNegascout(newBoard, ply+1, -adaptiveBeta, -max(alpha,bestScore), oppPiece); currentScore = - current.getScore(); if (currentScore>bestScore){ if (adaptiveBeta == beta || ply>=(mMaxPly-2)){ bestScore = currentScore; bestMove = move; }else { // Second Call ****** current = abNegascout(newBoard, ply+1, -beta, -currentScore, oppPiece); bestScore = - current.getScore(); bestMove = move; } if(bestScore>=beta){ return MoveScore(bestMove,bestScore); } adaptiveBeta = max(alpha, bestScore) + 1; } } return MoveScore(bestMove,bestScore); } If someone can please help by explaining how to get this to work with a simple stack. Example code would be much appreciated. While c++ would be perfect, any language that demonstrates how would be great. Thank You.

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  • CVE-2010-1634 Integer Overflow vulnerability in Python

    - by chandan
    CVE DescriptionCVSSv2 Base ScoreComponentProduct and Resolution CVE-2010-1634 Integer Overflow vulnerability 5.0 Python Solaris 10 SPARC: 143506-03 X86: 143507-03 Solaris 11 Contact Support This notification describes vulnerabilities fixed in third-party components that are included in Sun's product distribution.Information about vulnerabilities affecting Oracle Sun products can be found on Oracle Critical Patch Updates and Security Alerts page.

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  • CVE-2004-1010 Buffer Overflow vulnerability in Zip utility

    - by chandan
    CVE DescriptionCVSSv2 Base ScoreComponentProduct and Resolution CVE-2004-1010 Buffer Overflow vulnerability 10.0 Zip Solaris 10 SPARC: 147378-01 X86: 147379-01 Solaris 9 Contact Support This notification describes vulnerabilities fixed in third-party components that are included in Sun's product distribution.Information about vulnerabilities affecting Oracle Sun products can be found on Oracle Critical Patch Updates and Security Alerts page.

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  • CVE-2011-2895 Buffer Overflow vulnerability in X.Org

    - by chandan
    CVE DescriptionCVSSv2 Base ScoreComponentProduct and Resolution CVE-2011-2895 Buffer Overflow vulnerability 9.3 X.Org Solaris 10 SPARC: 125719-41 119059-60 X86: 119060-59 125720-51 Solaris 9 Contact Support Solaris 8 Contact Support This notification describes vulnerabilities fixed in third-party components that are included in Sun's product distribution.Information about vulnerabilities affecting Oracle Sun products can be found on Oracle Critical Patch Updates and Security Alerts page.

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  • CVE-2011-4862 Buffer Overflow vulnerability in Telnet

    - by chandan
    CVE DescriptionCVSSv2 Base ScoreComponentProduct and Resolution CVE-2011-4862 Buffer Overflow vulnerability 7.5 Telnet Solaris 10 SPARC: 148657-01 X86: 148658-01 Solaris 11 11/11 SRU 04 This notification describes vulnerabilities fixed in third-party components that are included in Sun's product distribution.Information about vulnerabilities affecting Oracle Sun products can be found on Oracle Critical Patch Updates and Security Alerts page.

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  • CVE-2009-5022 Buffer Overflow vulnerability in LibTIFF

    - by chandan
    CVE DescriptionCVSSv2 Base ScoreComponentProduct and Resolution CVE-2009-5022 Buffer Overflow vulnerability 6.8 LibTIFF Solaris 8 SPARC: 139093-03 X86: 139094-03 Solaris 9 SPARC: 125673-05 X86: 125674-05 Solaris 10 SPARC: 119900-13 X86: 119901-12 This notification describes vulnerabilities fixed in third-party components that are included in Sun's product distribution.Information about vulnerabilities affecting Oracle Sun products can be found on Oracle Critical Patch Updates and Security Alerts page.

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