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Soosparobsera : I have a visa vanilla card and when i looked on it's website it still says $50.00.I bought alot of things on amazon.com.Why isn't the total amount of money i have left is coming up? I don't know if im over spending or not.

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Astottope : Amazon doesn't charge your card until the item has shipped. Also, it can take up to 3 days for a purchase to appear on your account.
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Kicoblilm : Hey, there is something annoying me about Master cards you use mostly for buying stuff online.
So, One card has like $2.00, and the other has $4.00. I can't really buy anything with that much..
So, is there a way to add both of them together?
Trying to get something online for $5
By the way both cards are Vanilla Master Card's.
Thank you very much.
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wattplailky : Pay $1.01 on the one with $4.00, and you'll be all set.
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Jestreems : Most sites let you use more than one credit card at checkout. Just read their instructions carefully and it will probably walk you through the exact steps required.

Or use the cards to physically buy something in a store -- just hand them both to the checkout clerk.
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evaBorkJeoke : I used to use Google Chrome for everything, but more recently I had to install Firefox to run a program that only functioned with it.

After playing with the browser I find that I quite like it over Google Chrome, it is easier to use, simple and intuitive to understand, and it doesn't shove apps and redundant social media features in my face 24/7.

Everything worked fine for the first few weeks, but then all of a sudden YouTube videos started having several massive bugs.

Sometimes randomly the video I'm watching freezes and the only way to fix it is to reload the page, and on longer videos this likely happens several times and I have to keep reloading over and over to the point that it isn't even worth it. Also, my connection is much worse and videos tend to buffer a lot.

I checked, and I'm not having these same problems on Google Chrome or Internet Explorer. It also doesn't happen with other video websites like Twitch, or Blip. It's just YouTube.

I have a few add-on's installed: Adblock Plus, avast! Online Security, Double-click To Reload Tab (by Linh Phung), Master Password+ (by V@no), Twitter and Facebook Disconnect (by Disconnect), Webutation, and YouTube Video Replay (by Baris Derin).

I should note that I have all of these add-on's installed and many more on Google Chrome and I'm not experiencing any problems there.

I'd like to know what's causing my problem and if there is anything I can do to fix it.
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Quawsibia : This may work. Type about:config in Firefox address bar and in window that opens click 'I'll be careful, I promise' then go down page to browser.sessionstore.interval you'll see a value of 150000, which is in milliseconds. (Meaning your session is saved every so often.) I changed this to 300000, So Right Click the number and click the top one and in next window change 150000 to 300000. then just close Firefox and start up again. Good Luck
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Antinstiers : what it th prgram for this:
a program that asks the user to enter an integer between 0 and 63, and then prints the number in octal (base 8). The program should have the following :
Enter a number between 0 and 63: 28
The number in octal (base 8) is: 34
Hint: If n is an integer, then n%8 is the last digit of the octal number and n/8 is the first digit.
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ByncFausaBymn : Would you be able to write the program if the assignment was?:

Write a program that asks the user to enter an integer and then prints the number the user entered.

If so, then show us. If not, then why do you think the teacher thinks that you and your classmates should be able to write such a program?

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
int main() {
cout << "enter an integer: " << endl;
return 0;
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momSoyday : You should use "Speed UP My PC" for speed up your full PC, it increases your Internet Speed. So Download it with Serial key from http://download240.blogspot.com/2013/05/free-speedup-mypc-2013-full-version.html
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