I just bought a Honda cbr600rr black with the brown tribal decals. Two of the fairings are a little scratched where in the he'll can I find just the 2 instead of the whole kit, and I can't find the decal I have anywhere
This car lot has a gorgeous 69 mustang, plain jane really but still bad ass, its got a bad transmission, and needs some interior cosmetic work: no stereo or speakers etc. How much do you think it would \ should be worth? If it matters its located in California. I can add more details if requested.
does anyone know how JC penny ring sizes are compared to forever 21 or American eagle ring sizes??
I usually wear a size 7 at both those stores
i was wondering if JC penny had any difference in their ring sizes too
since I only see size 7 as the smallest size for all the rings so do they just not make size 6 or is their size 7 equivalent to a size 6 in forever 21?
please tell me if the ring sizes at JC penny are the same as forever 21!
and by the way I can't go try it on in stores cuz i dont live near a JC penny & having to return it is too much of a hassle...
a. hide from mr mason's presence
b. discover jane's feelings for him
c. reinforce the idea that grace pool was insane
d. discourage jane's intentions of moving to ireland
I'm taking a beginning programming class in Java, and I'm trying to write a program that prompts the user to enter his height as 5 6 if he's 5 ft, 6 inches. I then have to convert this value to inches, but how do I assign a variable to only the first integer entered?
I'm mostly Scotch Irish, English, French, and a little bit of Cherokee Indian. Based on my picture, what part of my ethnicity shows up?
Compute and output the value of bit #10 of x.
int z = x << 21; //make bit #10 the Msb
z = z >>> 31; //makes bit #10 the Lsb
So, I add 21 zeros to the right of the binary of x. Assign it to z.
Then I drop 31 digits on the right of z. The final z is the 10th digit of the binary.
But how does x << 21 make bit #10 the Msb? The bits greater than #10 disappears?
And what does this mean:
int mask = 1024;
int y = x & mask;
y = y >> 10;
I also have to do :
x sets bit #10 of z(i.e. makes it 1) and clears bit #11 (i.e. makes it 0).
x interchanges (i.e.