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    Merry Christmas!

    Merry Christmas everyone!

    http://www.noradsanta.org

    What's everybody doing for Christmas? What is/was on your wishlist? What'd you get?

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    I have a Canon 1Ds Mark II and a Canon Rebel T2 on my wish list... of course I don't expect to get the Mark II, but I'm pretty sure somebody got me the T2...

    as for plans, stay at home and have some family over...

    happy christmas/holiday season
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    There's not really anything I want except maybe an electric guitar, so I didn't really ask for anything.

    Feliz Navidad!

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    I got a few books that I've really been wanting!

    -How Computers Work by Ron White
    -The C Programming Language by Brian Kernighan & Dennis Ritchie
    -Linux pocket guide by Daniel Barret published by O'REILLY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kleid-0
    I got a few books that I've really been wanting!

    -How Computers Work by Ron White
    -The C Programming Language by Brian Kernighan & Dennis Ritchie
    -Linux pocket guide by Daniel Barret published by O'REILLY
    The Ron White?

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    I asked for some bunny slippers...

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    I am pulling out all the presents for my daughter and figuring out how to fit them all under the tree!!!! If anyone has a good algorithm let me know.

    Happy Holidays everyone!


    PS: If sorry if I ruined Santa Claus for anyone

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    PS: If sorry if I ruined Santa Claus for anyone
    What do you mean, 'ruined' Santa Claus?


    Anyway... I would recommend you dynamically allocate the space for your presents on the heap, perhaps in a linked list, with Boolean values for naughty or nice. Don't forget to free the pointers when she's done unwrapping. Of course, if you haven't wrapped them yet, I hear MFC is a good wrapper (lol... I kill myself).

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    Merry Christmas to all - hope you all have a great time...I am currently in a break between food will open presents soon

    just got this link [warning: explicit content, ie swearing ] http://www.playgroundofdeath.com/xmess.html

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    That link was great axon. I love ill will press

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    meery xmas guys, hope it brings you happiness and.....

    aww hell i cant pull it off. Get drunk and enjoy it, and if you dont, dont come biatch'n to me.

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    >The Ron White?
    If he wrote a book on C, I'd buy it in a heartbeat.

    >If anyone has a good algorithm let me know.
    Use a binomial queue, with dimensions as the priority. Or, if she was exceptionally naughty, the knapsack algorithm surely won't take too long to give you an optimum configuration.
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    >The C Programming Language by Brian Kernighan & Dennis Ritchie

    If you're not religious, get ready to be because that's like my bible... =)

    >I am pulling out all the presents for my daughter and figuring out how to fit them all under the tree!!!! If anyone has a good algorithm let me know

    I can't picture you having a binary tree as a christmas tree, but mergesort! =) Or... teach your daughter to merge sort! That'd be such a geeky gift!
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    Merry christmas.
    Working YAH!, before that hanging with my family.
    Mostly stuff for my jeep
    Woop?

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    merry chris-mah-hah-nah-quahn-mazika or happy 'non-denominational nationally recognized holiday' to you
    i seem to have GCC 3.3.4
    But how do i start it?
    I dont have a menu for it or anything.

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