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    Thumbs up Post Ur Best Code!

    Alright guys, post your best or favortire code or give a link to your program to download or wutever!
    after a while we can decide on the best code

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    here is my hs c++ final project give it a try
    http://www.angelfire.com/wa3/kaos/connect4.exe
    http://www.angelfire.com/wa3/kaos/connect4.cpp

    let me know what you think of it

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    thats really cool! I will probably play that when i'm bored haha

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    here's my best:
    Code:
    #include <iostream.h>
    #include <conio.h>
    
    int main()
    {
        cout<<"Hello world!";
        _getch();
        return 0;
    }
    just kidding, my best is my text RPG that im making right now. It's currently about 1300 lines of code, i'll post the code later

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    I fixed the bug that allowed windows to boot up, no code necessary

    format c:
    fdisk
    (Install ext2 filesystem)
    echo "Happy!"
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    Comment your source code! Lynux-Penguin's Avatar
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    ROFL!!!!
    Windows cannot execute connect four.
    Funny, thing is, I know why...
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    Originally posted by Lynux-Penguin
    ROFL!!!!
    Windows cannot execute connect four.
    Funny, thing is, I know why...
    sorry bout that it works fine here

    id be happy to fix it if you let me know how...

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    Originally posted by Lynux-Penguin
    I fixed the bug that allowed windows to boot up, no code necessary

    format c:
    fdisk
    (Install ext2 filesystem)
    echo "Happy!"

    Batch file programming, Ugh!

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    no not really batch but a sequence of DOS commands issued
    but echo is a linux command because of the implied (installation) of Linux

    ext2 is the filesystem for Linux
    no more FAT32 or 2Kfs or NTFS etc.

    Linux is my kind of system and a programmers dream system.

    Example...
    The man pages have every common function in its library and you can add on to it for EVERY function in C or JAVA etc.

    Here is a common man page library for you to search through (keep in mind these are mostly command but look for C functions, like Crypt() or printf)

    http://www.rt.com/man/

    Beware many many many commands and functions
    now this comes as DEFAULT on every linux system.
    Last edited by Lynux-Penguin; 05-01-2002 at 09:24 PM.
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    agreed on the linux

    fav code is cout<< " "<<endl;

    SS3X

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