copy data from one file to another

This is a discussion on copy data from one file to another within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; Originally Posted by tabstop Since the whole exercise was already going too far, that's irrelevant. I realize you were happy ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tabstop View Post
    Since the whole exercise was already going too far, that's irrelevant.

    I realize you were happy to have a solution that (seemed to) work, and you wanted to share; and if you had just done so, you probably would still have had a couple people make noises about doing people's homework, but that's mostly small potatoes (everybody has a line, but in different places), and using code as a "teachable moment" can be useful.

    The flip side is that you have become a regular here -- you've started 25 threads in the last two months, after all -- and a known quantity. And posting the code that you did, calling it "brilliant" and "bug-free"; well, that's a teachable moment, too. Not just that pride goeth before a fall, but maybe to see what bug-free code actually is.

    I'm getting way too philosophical for a Friday, so I'll stop.
    He is right to touch on the fact that you are not considered a troll and are a regular member. Thus some of us still hold respect for you and you wouldn't wish to go around and make people feel forced into calling you a pedantic fruit-loop. Or worse yet, an idiot. Which I do not believe you to be either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tabstop View Post
    I'm getting way too philosophical for a Friday, so I'll stop.
    "LOL" again, go on guys im soo bored, i want to hear more , btw good discussion
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    I like perl New York City!? (I doubt most of the people here remember those commercials to get the reference--and so you don't think I am being a random nut, I noticed MK27 is from NYC). And the h goes at the end, Matus. I dunno why, but I always want to spell it that way too.

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