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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicious
    misplaced.. copy and paste bro... copy and paste
    how can you copy and paste from a hard copy without some kind of OCR?

    I wonder if you can still copy and paste the iostream header and still have it work...
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    I was just saying it sounded like his project had alot of repetitive things in it. So i was just saying to copy and paste and change the minors.

    Btw, what are we meaning by hard copy. Im obviously not down with the lingo.
    What is C++?

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    Hard copy = On paper / Stone tablet / Other not-so-computer-friendly medium

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    Moving to GD ...

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