How to save thread in this forum ?

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    How to save thread in this forum ?

    @ Every friends of c++ funs:

    I think correcting error code and discussing , can make me perspicuity a lot of concept in vc++, so I think it's a good idea to save some friends having post c++ code, and test it in my home computer.

    The question is :
    when I use HTTrack Website Copier (http://www.httrack.com/) software to save thread, but it cant save even one thread.

    maybe I need another more best software?
    Please give some idea.
    thanks.

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    & the hat of GPL slaying Thantos's Avatar
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    Try using wget

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    @ Thantos :
    Thanks for your warmhearted helpness.

    your underwrite statements is very funny!

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    i use teleport pro , it works very well

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    Define "save". You just want the text or do you want the people that wrote it or what? I wrote a small utility that will allow you to easily copy the text to a file for saving. PM me for details if you're interested.

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    stop plugging your visual basic progs, this is a Cboard
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    No one has to know what it was written in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ober
    No one has to know what it was written in.
    If it takes 10 seconds to load, weighs in at over 10MB and demands a runtime to work we can pretty much guess

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    It falls under none of those categories.

    edit: THREAD HIJACK IN PROGRESS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fordy
    If it takes 10 seconds to load, weighs in at over 10MB and demands a runtime to work we can pretty much guess
    *claps*
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