This is a discussion on Instant Message Contacts within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; Name: Dan AIM: ReLiEnThAwK Yahoo:danthemank12 MSN:firstname.lastname@example.org Other:email@example.com...
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Name: Mihai (Michael)
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ICQ: same for this
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I check my mail every 3 minutes.
Mail me only at moonlord(at)retardchat(dot)org. I don't check the others.
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Yahoo:Hdcmodmjammer i am a newbie at C and asm
>AIM and ICQ are Instant Messaging programs, like MSN.
>AIM stands for AOL Instant Messager I think, dunno about ICQ
Thank you for that clarification?
edit: oh ha, someone actually asked. wow
and to make this post relevant
gmail talk : kristoforerickson
Just to jump on the bandwagon (and because Im really bored at the moment)
Email <cboard username> @gmail.com
OR <cboard username> @virginia.edu
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I like chatting about anything really.
Oh yeah, don't email my MSN address, I never check it, so use the gmail one.
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ICQ is a play on words, I seek you. owned by aol.
used to be mirablis but they got bought out by aol just before aol bought netscape.
it's actually one of the oldest instant messenger clients around.
irc being the oldest.
Originally Posted by Jeff Henager
I'm pretty new to game programming and could use some help getting started. I understand the principle of what to do, but the matter of actually doing it is something I will need some help on. The books I'm working from are VERY unclear.
If anybody is willing to lend me a hand, I would greatly appreciate it. I use Visual C++.NET......so yeah.