View Poll Results: wow how fast! / wow how huh?!

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  • yes no...

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  • no, yes!

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  • no!!! heeellll no!

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Poll on my demonstrations...

This is a discussion on Poll on my demonstrations... within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; i'm flattered that my demonstrations make you go 'oooh'... but, let me ask you... provide that i do it all ...

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    Poll on my demonstrations...

    i'm flattered that my demonstrations make you go 'oooh'... but, let me ask you... provide that i do it all in DJGPP, with no 3rd party libs... does it make you go "huh? how the heck does he get it that fast?" or, for that matter... "huh? how does he do all that without windows?!"

    I'd really like to hear if you think i'm doing the impossible... seemingly...
    hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...

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    Alright, now I'm curious. I want to see that program.

    DA, is there any chance I will be able to run it on win2K?
    What I can see from the pics it is very nice.

    And I think this is been asked before: Any chance on releasing the source?

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    Talking Biggest mystery revealed!

    I just noticed something:
    how the heck does he get it that fast?" or, for that matter... "huh? how does he do all that without windows?!"

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    Re: Biggest mystery revealed!

    Originally posted by maes
    I just noticed something:


    Ah well.........HE cant get out of this one can HE


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    hahahahha! BUSTED! The secret is out! (of course he may just be using 'he' like they use in my networking book... 1. "He" should be read as "he or she" throughout this book.)
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    c'mon people _focus_ here! _and_ in defense, those quotes were as if you were to say it... and unfortunately most [except at least four i know of] of the programmers here are males, so you all assume males! ::waves purse violently...::
    hasafraggin shizigishin oppashigger...

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    Yes, but maybe da did it on purpose, to throw us off, ya know, 'cause maybe da's a she, and wants us to think that she's a he, but then again, he would know that we would assume he did it on purpose and think that he's a she.. but .. erm.. OK, doubleanti has officially joined the male gender.

    Unfortunately, I run 2K pro/SuSE linux, and am unable to run your stuff doubleanti. Sounds pretty cool though. (Ya know if you ported it to Allegro, you could compile it for Windows, DOS, BeOS, Linux, and others without changing a single line of code. See here and here.)
    Allegro precompiled Installer for Dev-C++, MSVC, and Borland: http://galileo.spaceports.com/~springs/

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    Hmm...I agree with Justin...I think DA did it on purpose...Oh well...I'm running Windows 2000, FreeBSD, and Linux Mandrake 8.1, all of which can't run your demos DA.
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    Actually, Linux probably could if I bothered setting up the DOS emulator... maybe I'll try that.
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    But not forever.

    If you have a valid opinion, please post a new topic. Don't raise old topics. Let them rest in peace.
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