A Mermaid is half human half fish and half human. It has upper human body and lower fish body. When under water its upper part swims like a human while its lower part swims like a fish. Please explain how can it swim like a human and a fish at the same time?
Note: I don't want the actual code bu...
@Ixrec I've got a messed up sense of distance... I did a road trip one summer when I was unemployed that spanned three oil changes (start, later, and even later) and a new car... and then I put another 1.5k miles on it before I got back to Wisconsin.
When I take a vacation this year at some point, I'm looking at the National Grassland in ND (its the only state west of the Mississippi that I haven't been to... well, Alaska and Hawaii, but those don't count)... thats a 13h drive for me.
(thinking National Grassland, Black Hills, Devil's Tower, Black Hills, Badlands)
This isn't a programming question... it's a physics one. If you can put the physics into the question, it might be an answerable one from a programming perspective. Is this your teacher's idea of a good time? BTW, you don't need OOP to solve this problem; all you need is a function. That function must incorporate all of the bodily movements and demonstrate forward motion, and that's all it has to do. — Robert Harvey14 mins ago
I have a shortcut with 'target' "C:\Users\Public\TestPro\TestPro Automation Framework\taf.js".
I want to run that from a batch file so I copied the "C:\Users\Public\TestPro\TestPro Automation Framework\taf.js" into cmd.exe command line and pressed enter. Nothing happened.
How can I run "C:\Us...