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    Exclamation Very strange article...

    I actually clicked on the Google search for Windows open source link provided by Govtcheez in a nearby thread, and found this:-

    What on Earth does this mean?

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    wouldn't mind getting a copy of that code release

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    Originally posted by RoD
    wouldn't mind getting a copy of that code release
    Bet you wouldn't understand **** of it

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    thats ok, i can't say that you'd be able to follow much of it either, i just want it :P

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    Governments that sign up for the Microsoft program will have to sign strict confidentiality agreements aimed at protecting against piracy of its software, resulting from sharing its code
    So Govtcheez, did u sign up for this
    Try not.
    Do or do not.
    There is no try.

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    If I remember it right Windows 2000 had about 2-3 millions of C+Asm code. It would take a l o n g time to at least browse through it.
    C++ rulez!!!

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    If I remember it right Windows 2000 had about 2-3 millions of C+Asm code
    2-3 milions of garbage dirrty code, I don't even want to look at this code

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    Originally posted by alex6852
    If I remember it right Windows 2000 had about 2-3 millions of C+Asm code. It would take a l o n g time to at least browse through it.
    i thought it was closer to 6?

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    just 6???

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    WOW!!! I think I made a small mistake!
    Read this:

    http://www.computerhope.com/win2000.htm

    29 Million lines of code mainly written in C++ !!!!???? That's nuts. No wounder thay found so many bugs.
    C++ rulez!!!

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    Save me JEBUS!

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    make me!

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