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Old 09-02-2008, 07:28 AM   #1
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Question DDD and standard input


Hi!

I'm practicing for the IBM-ACM-ICPC and I'm wondering how can I use DDD with programs receiving data by standard input from a file... something as:

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./findGreatestNumber < numbersList.in
As its easy to recognize this is the standard data management for ACM contests programs so I'm not doing this because I'm bored.. it has to be like this

I have DDD v.-3.3.
 
  


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