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Old 10-03-2015, 12:50 AM   #1
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Modification in zrp in ns2


Hi!I want to make modifications to the zrp code such that it is energy efficient(in terms of nodes).Kindly provide me suggestions to modify the zrp code.
thanks in advance.
 
Old 10-04-2015, 10:34 AM   #2
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Hi!I want to make modifications to the zrp code such that it is energy efficient(in terms of nodes).Kindly provide me suggestions to modify the zrp code.
thanks in advance.
Rather than asking us to look this up, did you try to put any effort into this? Putting "how to modify zrp in ns2 for energy efficiency tcl" into Google gives you sample scripts. Don't ask people to look things up for you...we will always be happy to HELP if you're stuck, but it seems like you've not even tried the most basic things first, before posting this question (numerous times).
 
Old 10-04-2015, 12:15 PM   #3
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modification to zrp -reply to TBOne

#2 @TBOne : First of all thank you for listening to my question.I request you to kindly read the question properly and completely.I have asked for "suggestions" not "a procedure" or "a code".Before reading the LQ rules and all,I would request you to google and find "how to talk politely".Also people come here only after searching in google.They come here because they haven't got their expected results.You might find our questions silly or stupid.We are not you.So kindly talk polite and give answers if you have.Thank you
 
Old 10-04-2015, 12:26 PM   #4
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#2 @TBOne : First of all thank you for listening to my question.I request you to kindly read the question properly and completely.I have asked for "suggestions" not "a procedure" or "a code".Before reading the LQ rules and all,I would request you to google and find "how to talk politely".Also people come here only after searching in google.They come here because they haven't got their expected results.You might find our questions silly or stupid.We are not you.So kindly talk polite and give answers if you have.Thank you
...and you not only posted the same question multiple times, but the same ANSWER too.

Again, you are showing ZERO effort of your own. If you're lazy and want a handout, please go elsewhere. I handed you a search string that pulls up an example TCL script, which you apparently couldn't be bothered to look for yourself. Have you even tried looking at it, before coming back to tell us how 'polite' we should be to someone who ignores the forum rules, and doesn't hand you things when you show no effort of your own??

Read the "Question Guidelines" link in my posting signature, in addition to the LQ Rules. Before asking for things, YOU are expected to show that you've done something on your own.
 
  


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