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    Hehehe

    You know, I've been trying to avoid them for sometime. But somehow they managed to know that this internet cafe has been my hideout . There's some kind of feeling that... how do I explain it... having a hot mumbo jumbo with someone feels extremely good, but after I have done it many times with her I avoid her because the more we do it, the more she craves for commitment. I had a girlfiend once, but after that, I decided to enjoy my manhood without commitment before I'll have a new girlfriend.

    I don't know if someone here knows that feeling but I'm sure I'm not the only one in the world hehehe
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    howdy,
    the more she craves for commitment.
    there's that damn "C" word again.
    try it you might just likeit.

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    I'm 17 years old and I started with C++ about half a year ago.

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    im 16.7 and im coding 2 month

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    Cool

    >>there's that damn "C" word again.
    try it you might just likeit.

    Like it? I already tried once and I love it! It gives me some kinda nirvana. Even now I fondly recall those days...

    But I, accompanied by the spirit of programming, always search new problems. So I decided to pollute my karma a little hehehe!
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    i'm 8 1/2
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    Talking

    You're only 8? I think 8-yr-olds don't even know what File Allocation Tables are (LOL) hahaha!!!
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    >You're only 8?

    i'm 8 1/2
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    heh i'm 16 programming in c close to 1 year and before i programmed in turing (who ever knows this must have gone to the u of t a long time ago ) for 1 year before c.
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    I'm 17. I love hexadecimal, it makes me feel so much younger.

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    C'mon, don't want to be misleading, shouldn't that be 0x17?
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    >>I'm 17. I love hexadecimal, it makes me feel so much younger.

    Feeling old at 23? (I believe 0x17 is 23 anyhow...)

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    Arrow i must be the second youngest at grand total of.... 11 3/4

    and i just stated my c++ lessons
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    Taking the Average age won't be a very good idea...b/c of the vast variation...i.e. if 5 are 18 and 1 is 43 the avg. age becomes about 23 which is not a very good est.

    You should try finding the MEDIAN of all the given ages.

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