View Poll Results: What topic has been the most common since the dawn of the CBoard?

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  • Religious Discussion / Argument / Flame War

    11 33.33%
  • DirectX vs. OpenGL

    4 12.12%
  • Microsoft vs. The World

    3 9.09%
  • Windows vs. Linux

    3 9.09%
  • Fun Mathematical Discussions

    0 0%
  • C/C++ vs. Java

    1 3.03%
  • Homework (please don't pick this one...it would win by 1000000 votes)

    4 12.12%
  • Dean/Troll King/Witch King vs. the rest of the board

    2 6.06%
  • Something else

    5 15.15%

Most common topic on the cboard

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    Question Most common topic on the cboard

    What do you think the most common topic on the Cboard is, ever since the "dawn of time" (which includes the Old Board).

    What topic do you think has presented itself the most since the original creation of this message board years ago?
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    Either GodTalk (tm) or US vs Not-US

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    " What good programming books do you recommend ? "

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    Anti U.S. threads, followed by clearscreen questions

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    How do I get a random number between x and y?

    ... or some other random number related questions.
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    I think it has to be religion.

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    My vote goes for "DirectX vs OpenGL"... not only do I see it too often, but they're almost always a haven for misinformation.

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    Originally posted by viaxd
    " What good programming books do you recommend ? "
    agreed

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    "Religion is for stupid-heads."
    "No it's not!!!"
    "Yes it is."
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    Gotta be clear screen.
    The world is waiting. I must leave you now.

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    I think we also forgot the whole, "getch();"/"system("PAUSE");" issue

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    Political crap (war on iraq etc... may not be the most common but do seem to get the most replies), and C++/Java "Which language should I learn" questions.

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    "What is the most common post on cboard" posts

    I voted DX vs. OGL, but after I voted I remembered that religion is the most discussed topic on this board.

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    I vote Microsoft Vs. World

    It includes DX vs OpenGL and Windows vs Linux. Not to mention that it can come up in almost any thread
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