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    You should take your computer and throw the whole thing in the garbage.
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    You should take your computer and throw the whole thing in the garbage.
    Great Idea Send me about 2,000 dollors us to replace it
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    Yeah, that would be a great idea. Maybe we can all send $20 or something.

    Better yet, lets all send the Webmaster $20 so that it can buy a new computer that will run WinXP and use .NET. Hey lets use .NET technology to build the next version of this discussion board. We can even sell t-shirts and coffie mugs, what do you think?
    Last edited by Witch_King; 08-13-2001 at 11:12 PM.
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    Hi, my name is clue? Have we met? Didn't think so .
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    Java is just a class displayed by a browser, not even an app,
    and with no control, browser written in C++. C# is pretty
    the same, these are 'web languages'.
    uhm... excuse me ? Have you even tried to write an app in Java or C# ???
    You are talking about applets in Java. A small part of the language,
    a feature if you want. It's not even possible to run a C# app in a browser.
    You can write 'codebehind' classes for aspx in C# just as in VB or Javascript.
    But even then, if you had read about it you would know that C# is even in
    this case a server side language. Not client side ( browser ).

    Almost every app that can be written in C++ can be written in C#.
    C++ will be faster at runtime, while C# will be faster in development.
    Same as C++ vs VB... just with a nicer language.


    Dean have you coded Hello World in c# yet?
    *I* have. And I encourage all of you to do so, too.
    Don't talk about something you don't know anything about.


    This is cprogramming.com. Look at the name. It's not a general programming site...
    hm. Okay, that's the first real contra argument.
    You are right. C# has nothing to do with C/C++.
    I'd like to see a board like that anyway


    >My computer will most lickly not run windows xp

    Does it run 2000 ? If it does, it will run .NET.
    ( Though naturally, each app can have different requirements... )
    If it doesn't... donate it to charity, 2K is
    running on my P133 48MB RAM... ( though for
    development, you should have some more power than
    that )
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    *I* have. And I encourage all of you to do so, too.
    Don't talk about something you don't know anything about.
    It's a little bit difficult for me to write programs in C# since I do't have VS.NET but that doesn't mean that I don't know anything about it. I'm currently reading through a tutorial which I have provided links for throughout my previous posts. Maybe we should all not talk about something that we don't know anything about, especially each other.

    Also, C# seems to be very similar to C++.
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    Just thought I'd weigh in...

    2K is running on my P133 48MB RAM.
    Doing what? Running a screensaver at 5 FPS? J/k, but how well does it actually run on that?

    I don't have VS.NET
    MS's webpage says September versions of some magazines will have VS.NET Beta 2 in them - anyone hear of any other ones that will?

    Just editing Dean's list of boards...

    C Board (C99)
    C++ Board (ISO/IEC 14882)
    HOMEWORK HELP! NEWBIES COME HERE! (C/C++/life)
    Game Board (C,C++)
    Linux Board
    General Discussions Board


    Seriously, while the title might not be right, we should have a homework board... We could even set it up so that if someone goes into it, they get a upgraded version of the faq, sorta with a menu system:

    What do you want to do?
    1) Random Numbers
    2) Find primes to x
    3) Write to a file
    4) Read from a file
    5) Delete/create files
    6) Start an application
    7) Set up a database

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    dont' forget these

    What about the all too common?

    **How do I clear the screen?
    **Why does my program diappear after I "run" it?
    **How do I run an executable?
    **Where's my executable?
    **Why doesn't my compiler have <conio.h>?
    **How do I change the color of the Text and Background in "DOS"?
    **And several others that make me sick...

    I don't really mean to be a grouch, but the answers to these questions escape people because of laziness ( or bad genes ), and my opinion I don't think we should encourage laziness. We're powerless to affect the gene problem...
    THIS IS NOT JUST A CHRONICLING OF THINGS WE HAVE DONE IN THE PAST BUT OUR RISE TO POWER.

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    OK, that works - I was just trying to come up with a bunch of them not in the FAQ...

    FAQ entries are definitely merited in it...

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    CDB

    that's what the CDB project is for, y'all.

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    MS's webpage says September versions of some magazines will have VS.NET Beta 2 in them - anyone hear of any other ones that will?
    Why don't you just order it at Microsofts Developer store site. You only have to pay the postage and get 4 cd's (containing VC++7.0.net,VB.net and C#.net amongst others).

    I don't think there can be much demand for them, though, as MS were saying that there would be delays for international orders but mine came within a week.

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    I actually went out and bought a Visual Studio developer's magazine that came with all that on DVD...

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