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    Anybody read comics?

    Anybody read comics? I like this one
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    Foxtrot is great. Neat choice for the board!

    I read comics from Japan regularly, in other words, manga. I've got some Simpsons comics, from when I got really sick, though.

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    My creative writing teacher from a course I just finished at a community college used to own a comic books store.
    I'm not immature, I'm refined in the opposite direction.

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    My only criticism of this code is that main does not have support for the standard parameters (argc and argv), so it would need to be modified to be compiler-independent.

    EDIT: and it doesn't have a newline charecter at the end of the string

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobMcGee123
    My creative writing teacher from a course I just finished at a community college used to own a comic books store.
    I am your father's brother's nephew's cousin's former roommate.
    There is a difference between tedious and difficult.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeprogrammer
    My only criticism of this code is that main does not have support for the standard parameters (argc and argv), so it would need to be modified to be compiler-independent.

    EDIT: and it doesn't have a newline charecter at the end of the string
    Code:
     #include "joke.h"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Decrypt
    I am your father's brother's nephew's cousin's former roommate.
    Second cousin's former room mate? Did he own a comic book store?
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeprogrammer
    My only criticism of this code is that main does not have support for the standard parameters (argc and argv), so it would need to be modified to be compiler-independent.

    EDIT: and it doesn't have a newline charecter at the end of the string
    I don't know whats worse, critizing a comic or spewing garbage while doing it. http://faq.cprogramming.com/cgi-bin/...&id=1043284376 so there goes your first arguement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thantos
    I don't know whats worse, critizing a comic or spewing garbage while doing it. http://faq.cprogramming.com/cgi-bin/...&id=1043284376 so there goes your first arguement.
    He's got a point about the newline though.

    Unless, of course, the output is supposed to be hard to read, just to annoy the teacher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidG
    Unless, of course, the output is supposed to be hard to read, just to annoy the teacher.
    Of course it is. The slowest way to write lines is in columns; going all the way across the board before wrapping is faster and more compact.

    I had a teacher that would make you erase some of your lines if you didn't fit them all on the board.
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    Yeah, well my compiler won't let me compile main unless it has argc and argv. So there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeprogrammer
    Yeah, well my compiler won't let me compile main unless it has argc and argv. So there!
    Your compiler is stupid, then.

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    <--- I guess it's pretty obvious I do, right ? If my company ever shuts down, Dilbert's artist will be out of ideas. He must have a webcam here, there's no other way he could copy our companies daily life that well.
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    My java teacher has this comic hung up right behind me

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    I ran over a cat yesterday.
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