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  • C Board

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  • Flashdaddee

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  • both are about the same

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C Board vs. Flashdaddee

This is a discussion on C Board vs. Flashdaddee within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; Well, which do you use? Which do you think is better and why? I'm bored today, so I thought I'd ...

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    Cool C Board vs. Flashdaddee

    Well, which do you use? Which do you think is better and why?

    I'm bored today, so I thought I'd give Flashdaddee a try, but I don't think I'm too fond of it. Some things are nice, like the way it seems less formal than the C Board, but it's C/C++ forum had little traffic. Also, the fact that they clumped those two languages together while ASM gets its own forum there kinda irks me. Flashdaddee's forums look a bit nicer and have some interesting smiles and bigger avatars, but as a result, they take forever to load on my 56K modem. I think that's the main reason why I won't at least check out their GD forum.

    I hope this doesn't start a flame war. I was just interested to hear your thoughts.
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    "The computer programmer is a creator of universes for which he alone is responsible. Universes of virtually unlimited complexity can be created in the form of computer programs." -- Joseph Weizenbaum.

    "If you cannot grok the overall structure of a program while taking a shower, you are not ready to code it." -- Richard Pattis.

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    I am sure we had a similar discussion to this not so long ago!!

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    FD's most active programming boards are its ASM board and the OS Development board (which is mostly done in ASM) - that's why they have their own boards.

    I'll keep this open as long as there's no pointless flaming of either site.

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    I enjoy CBoard.
    Cause FlashDaddee is too kiddy, there is no hope

    SO: CBOARD 4 EVER

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    Two nice boards, but I still think, cprogramming is better (for me). It suits all my needs, all that I search about c/c++ I find it here.

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    I do much prefer cprogramming because it is more newbie friendly!!

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    > Cause FlashDaddee is too kiddy, there is no hope

    That's not very nice - I think we're very mature over there - we just love our fart jokes.

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    I was wondering - how many people here that are voting that cprog's way better are actually contributing members at both sites?

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    Originally posted by Govtcheez
    I was wondering - how many people here that are voting that cprog's way better are actually contributing members at both sites?
    I'am not a member there, but I always see their threads and so one, just like I said, I prefer cprogramming, but they are very professional too.

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    see the sig...

    FD rocks, and on the subject of maturity, I'd take FD anyday. But if you're looking for help on C/C++, there's no real reason to go there... this whole freakin site is dedicated to it, so why would you think there would be more help over there??
    EntropySink. You know you have to click it.

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    > I'm sure I have no idea what you mean.

    Well, I wasn't including you in that, of course. I don't think I've ever met someone so opposed to the discussion of the rectal expulsion of gases than you.

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    I can't particularly vote...for inane discussion and general horseplay it's FD. For programming it's most definitely cprog. you can't really compare the two. Maybe the two GD boards...

    Meh. And I wouldn't feel right voting since I'm on a "break" from FD...

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    Personaly, I think this is the last thread I'll ever want read on Flashdaddee VS Cprog.

    Like Ken said, you can't compare them
    SVG is the future

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    > And I wouldn't feel right voting since I'm on a "break" from FD...

    lol - "It's too soon - too painful"

    > Personaly, I think this is the last thread I'll ever want read on Flashdaddee VS Cprog.

    maes speaks for the group

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    >>Just you wait and see - any week now somebody's going to answer that question!
    Sadly, the donkey of he group has allready replyed. There goes are reputation

    >>Shouldn't that be 'STFU Maes' ?
    Oh No the desease is spreading to cprog Run Forrest errr Maes Run


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    Why am I saying to myself to Run . Perhaps I should STFU.
    SVG is the future

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