## How to Swap Two Numbers in a Function Using Functions from Other C++ Files?

In this lab for my C++ class, the goal is to finish defining the function in the Main.cpp file called Swap(). I know how to swap to values normally because all it takes is to make one of the values equal to a temp value and then begin swapping the values of the variables from there.

But from what this lab is telling me, I need to use some of the other functions that are defined in the Number.cpp file in order to accomplish my goal.

I have been stumped on this one for a long while, so any help would be greatly appreciated.

Below is my code:

Main.cpp (Finish defining the Swap() function)

``````#include "Number.h"
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

void Swap(Number& num1, Number& num2) {   // num1 and num2 are passed by reference
/* Type your code here */
}

int main() {
Number num1 = Number(19);
Number num2 = Number(178);

Swap(num1, num2);
cout << "num1 = " << num1.GetNum() << ", num2 = " << num2.GetNum() << endl;

return 0;
}
``````

``````#include "Number.h"

Number::Number(int number) {
num = number;
}

void Number::SetNum(int number) {
num = number;
}

int Number::GetNum() {
return num;
}
``````

``````#ifndef NUMBERH
#define NUMBERH

class Number {
public:
Number(int number);
void SetNum(int number);
int GetNum();

private:
int num;
};

#endif
``````

## dnd 5e – Is this Variant Ranger Feature “Favored Enemy Swap” balanced?

I don’t like the ranger and I have been experimenting with new variants for the weaker features. One feature I don’t like is Primeval Awareness, allowing you to expend a spell slot to know if certain creatures are near you, not telling you where they are or even what type of creature it is. My idea is a feature that allows you to change your favored enemies or terrain.

Natural Attunement: At 3rd level, your attunement to the natural world increases. As an action, you can expend a ranger spell slot and choose to either replace one of your favored terrains with a terrain you are currently in or change one of your favored enemies to a creature type or a race of humanoid you have interacted with in the last 30 minutes. This change lasts for 12 hours. If you change your favored enemy, you do not change the language you gained from it.

Basically allows a lot more flexibility for the ranger, giving them an exploration feature that makes them basically a fantastic tracker in any terrain or for tracking any creature. There is a few limitations (only 12 hours, one race of humanoid), but it is extremely flexible.

## hard drive – Macbook Disk contains swap partition with half my disk – How to reduce swap partition

hard drive – Macbook Disk contains swap partition with half my disk – How to reduce swap partition – Ask Different

## How to change swap location on macOS versions like Mojave with SIP?

I am using Mobile simulator and virtual machines which memory intensive. There are a few posts on internet about how to change the location of Swap files on macOS versions with System Integrity Protection (SIP). The simplest solution without tinkering with OS internals seems to be running the below shell command after boot:

``````sysctl vm.swapfileprefix=/Volumes/Swap/s
``````

(here /Volumes/Swap is the new swap directory)

But unless SIP is disabled this command can’t be executed. There should be a way to configure this on startup as I can’t keep SIP disabled just to execute this command. Does setting this in /etc/sysctl.conf work on macOS? Has anyone of you tried this? This solution is suggested in this post from 2015 for older versions of macOS when SIP didn’t exist.

How can I move virtual memory swap files to a different drive or partition?

Open to any other alternative solutions. Sorry for cross posting but I didn’t get any constructive replies on Apple forum.

## memory – Slow Death by Swap despite physical RAM not being used

We have a problem where we are seeing a very slow increase in swap usage over a number of days, despite physical RAM only being around 30% utilised. This is on a CentOS 7.6 host with 12GB RAM allocated, and 30 CPU.

We have Splunk software running on the node – only carrying out search head capabilities and each time we have observed OOMKiller invoked it is against the Splunk service, again despite less than 50% of the host physical RAM being used.

We recently reduced the swappiness value from 60 to 10, and whilst this has certainly gone some way to helping (slower increase), we are still seeing the usage slowly creep up again.

Looking at the following graph, we can see at the top the amount of swap free on 3 nodes suffering the same problem (all operating as Splunk Search Heads), then at the bottom the amount of actual physical RAM usage (between 25%-45% on each of the same nodes).

Swap Free (Top) vs Used RAM (bottom)

If I monitor one of the systems using a `vmstat 1` then I see hardly any swap usage. In fact looking at the last 5 mins, I have seen just three entries where there was swap out activity and even then it was small amounts, again despite physical RAM utilisation appearing fairly static

vmstat 1

Can anyone offer their thoughts on the cause of this please? It’s not something I’ve seen in over 10 years of working on multiple UNIX platforms!

## Can discs of different physical sizes swap images?

I want to print to a printer with a small disc slot from a Nikon DSLR that uses a larger size disc without buying another printer; mine is an HP EnvyPhoto 7134

## ubuntu – How to move Linux Swap Partition – GParted

I have a dual boot machine with Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.

I want to alocate my space to my home partition but I have to move my Linux Swap Partition.

How can I do it?

Here are my partitions before I shrink C volume in windows:
Partions before C drive shrink

Here it’s my partition now with no allocate space: No allocated partition

## asp.net – Add custom steps in Azure Deployment Slots during swap

I’m analysing the Azure Deployment Slots functionality of Azure App Service to adopt zero downtime deployment strategy and i’m curious if it’s possible to define some custom steps to be performed during automatic swap operation. I need to execute series of powershell scripts. I could’ve run them in my Azure DevOps deployment pipeline after ensuring that swap was successfull, but in this case i will loose benefit of swap back in case of any unpredictible failure and will need to execute that scripts manually.

My question is – is there any way to customize swap operation by adding some steps by myself?

## Spider Swap Saturn Network Listed

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