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:30 1.5 What am I doing wrong? A: The signature of the function write() is void write(const void *buf, size_t size). Thus, you want to write the data into the "buf" parameter, not into the standard output. The cast in your original code is unnecessary since there's no implicit conversion from a void * to a FILE *. In your case you could write fputs((void*)buf, fp); which will write the contents of the buffer to the file. Q: Is it possible to modify the "General" tab in the Field Subtypes pane in ArcGIS Desktop? I need to access all the fields in a given field type and edit their display names. I know this can be done for specific field types using the Field Subtypes pane, but in general I need to edit the display name for every field. I'd like to be able to do this directly from the General tab, but I can't see any way to do this. No you can't do this from the general tab. You can, however, modify the labels for all fields at once using the ini file for the field type. The new therapeutic advances and changing treatment strategies in acute leukemia: the role of the new therapeutic drugs, modulating the immune system, and HSCT. The prognosis of patients with AML has been significantly improved with the introduction of new drugs such as clofarabine, rituximab and low-intensity conditioning regimens. However, patients with relapsed AML have a very poor outcome, suggesting the need for novel effective therapeutic approaches in this setting. A new therapeutic strategy based on the modulation of immune functions has been explored for AML patients. It is based on the concept that the disease is maintained by host immune mechanisms that represent a potentially salvageable and recoverable target. The field of clinical immunotherapy in AML is still in the early stages. High-dose chemotherapy with autologous stem-cell transplantation (ASCT) is the most effective therapy for patients with acute leukemia. This therapeutic modality, in combination with new drugs, may also improve the outcome for patients with relapsed or refractory leukemia..” So what does all this actually mean? Perhaps the most obvious point is that the party of the left is

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