Hello everyone - Bubba has missed all of you

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    Hello everyone - Bubba has missed all of you

    Hello fellow coders. Just stopped in to say that I've not left the board, I just don't have an Internet connection. I've missed this board so much and I'm looking forward to posting regularly again. Happy coding!!


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    Never seen you on this board yet, but welcome back anyway.
    Always good to have another good contribution to the board.

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    Same here, i feel like such a noob

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    well, thats because you are.

    hey bubba.
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    Originally posted by Polymorphic OOP
    i feel like such a noob
    You are if you use...that word.
    I'd like to call it beginner (probably because im traumatised by
    all those people who think theyre 7331 and call other people
    ...that word)

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    Good to hear from you Bubba.

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    Just stopped in to say that I've not left the board, I just don't have an Internet connection.


    Hey Bubba! Good to see you back. Do we need to pool our money to buy you an internet connection, then?




    Originally posted by Travis Dane
    You are if you use...that word.
    I'd like to call it beginner (probably because im traumatised by
    all those people who think theyre 7331 and call other people
    ...that word)


    I think Poly meant "new to the board' not "new to programming", Travis. Sheesh, newbies!



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    Originally posted by Sebastiani
    I think Poly meant "new to the board' not "new to programming", Travis. Sheesh, newbies!
    Yeah, I meant new to the boards.

    ... geez, Travis, you're such a noob!

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    What's '7331'? And '1337'? And 'h4x0r'?

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    >>> What's '7331'? And '1337'? And 'h4x0r'?

    If you genuinely don't know, then there is hope for you.
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    >>If you genuinely don't know, then there is hope for you.<<

    Yep, I genuinely don't know. I see them used from time to time and their meaning still remains a mystery.

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    1337 is supposed to be lEET (1 looks like l, 3 looks like backwards capital E, 7 sorta looks like a T)

    leet is just slang for "elite"

    So calling something 1337 means that it's elite

    7331 is just a bastardization of 1337

    h4x0r means someone who hacks (4 kinda looks liek a capital A, 0 looks like a capital O)

    Hack + er == someone who hacks
    sounds kinda like
    Haxor

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    In my experiences, people only use those terms to make fun of script-kiddie "hackers". NEver actually seen them used in seriousness.

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    Originally posted by -KEN-
    In my experiences, people only use those terms to make fun of script-kiddie "hackers". NEver actually seen them used in seriousness.
    Yeah, same here.

    Anyone who uses them seriously is prolly just some n00b 1053R

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    Good to hear from you Bubba, mis having you around. Get yourself fixed up and come back!
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