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DodyAppedly : I really have not established any credit at all. What are some agencies that report to credit bureau? i also am interested in getting a credit card but my application always gets turned down. ARe there any credit cards for people just starting out??

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bioriaseina : Since you have no credit history, you willl probably have to start with a secured card -- you pay a deposit which is held as collateral against the line of credit. Check with your bank. You have a relationship with them and they are more likely to extend credit to you.

When you get that card, use it for regular purchases, wait for the statement, and pay the balance in full every month. That will build credit and avoid interest. In about a year, you should be able to get a regular card and/or convert the secured card to a regular account.
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arteflysealay : I tried to get credit for years but nothing worked. Finally I got a car and needed someone with good credit to co-sign for me. Eventually after about 6 months to a year my credit is fantastic. Just find someone you can trust to co-sign for you, but make sure you don't screw them over by not paying your payments.
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3blowjumpscarpinteyroioz : Credit is so easy to establish I am floored so many ask.

. Best cheapest way to establish credit is a secured bank loan pay off over 7 months and repeat until you can get an unsecured one. Getting a CC to start your file is stupid
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squidoooo : I am trying to get the name of a dog to center over 10 spaces, but i am getting the following error when i run it:

Exception in thread "main" java.util.UnknownFormatConversionException: Conversion = '*'
at java.util.Formatter.checkText(Formatter.java:2547)
at java.util.Formatter.parse(Formatter.java:2523)
at java.util.Formatter.format(Formatter.java:2469)
at java.io.PrintStream.format(PrintStream.java:970)
at java.io.PrintStream.printf(PrintStream.java:871)
at dogshow.DogShow.main(DogShow.java:153)
Java Result: 1

here is the code im trying to use:

int spacesRight=0, spacesLeft=0;
if (dog1.length()%2==0){
spacesLeft=(10-dog1.length())/2;
spacesRight=(10-dog1.length())/2;
}
else{
spacesLeft=(10-dog1.length())/2;
spacesRight=((10-dog1.length())/2)+1;
}
thank you for the help!
left out some code oops contuniued:

System.out.printf("%*s%s%*s", spacesLeft, "", dog1, spacesRight, "");
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irriddick : Divide the ten (total units across) by two...
In my applications I use the following code to center 2D graphics:

XOffset = ( (SubRectangle.right - SubRect.left) >>> 1) - ( (Image.right - Image.left) >>> 1)
YOffset = ( (SubRectangle.bottom - SubRect.top) >>> 1) - ( (Image.bottom - Image.top) >>> 1)
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toitiedykix : That bit of code does NOT contain the statement that generated the error!
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yang1239p : My new computer that I recently built, is constantly getting BSoD. It'll be on for 1-30 minutes then give me an error saying that "there's been a modification in the coding" or something like that and my dad expects the answer to come out of nowhere and he is constantly yelling at me to fix it but I HAVE NO CLUE! It doesn't give me any information at all! It just says to try turning off caching or shadowing and I've looked up how to do it countless times on my MSI motherboard and I just can't find anything. I know none of you might have a solution, but I have no clue what to do. My dad is threatening to get rid of it if I can't get it to work soon, and every time I tell him that I have no information or sources that can tell me what to do, he freaks out again. I really hope one of you can help me even though I am giving like no information. Maybe you could tell me how to turn off caching or shadowing in a MSI Bios II? Or how else would you do it? Thank you :(
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incerpibe : go to system properties>advanced and uncheck "restart on system failure" then take a note of the error number on the BSOD and search it on yahoo
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orgaphocuroto : No, that should be tolerable for a laptop. CPU's can get up to 103C before you seriously have problems. If the temperatures above are in Fahrenheit, then your running quite cool, if its in Celsius then I'd say its about average.
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