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  1. "Anything you say will be used _against_ you in the court of law"?

    Why couldn't what you say mean that it could be used to defend you? I find this aggressive stature to be cruel in this social world. It's as if the government doesn't care and is hell-bent on trying...
  2. I'm just not as smart as you guys. ...

    I'm just not as smart as you guys.


    #!/usr/bin/perl

    #1 2 4 3 6 9 4 8 12 16 5 10 15 20 25 6 12 18 24 30 36 7 14 21 28 35 42 49 8
    #16 24 32 40 48 56 64 9 18 27 36 45 54 63 72 81 10 20 30 40 50...
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    No. If you ever need-to or desire-to create a...

    No.

    If you ever need-to or desire-to create a computer program that has a Graphical User Interface (GUI) (whether that would be with HTML, wxWidgets, GTK+, PHP/HTML/JavaScript, Qt, Visual Studio...
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    Best Smartphone Connectivity to Windows 8?

    So...........

    I have a Windows 8 computer, & I want to be able to transfer pictures/images/mp3s between a smartphone and this Windows 8 computer.

    What are the smartphones that can do this? Do I...
  5. Using computer programming to simulate your world.

    I call this poetic justice.

    Object oriented code is a great way to demonstrate the capabilities of any real object in the world, including the human being.

    I've always wanted to get a phD in...
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    Update: I added the extends operator for creating...

    Update: I added the extends operator for creating sub/super-classes/inheritance.

    Here's a sample of the "New Translation" of perl:

    class Object{
    sub Object($classname){
    return bless {
    ...
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    What is the "complication"?

    What is the "complication"?
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    # For user 'corey', give me how many minutes he...

    # For user 'corey', give me how many minutes he has been logged in with:
    total_minutes=0; for i in `last | grep corey | egrep -o '\([0-9]{2}:[0-9]{2}\)'` ; do i=`echo $i | egrep -o...
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    FYI, there is a linux tool that does this called...

    FYI,
    there is a linux tool that does this called 'atool':
    `aunpack myzipfile.tar.gz`
    `aunpack wikipedia.zip`

    `sudo apt-get install atool`
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    This solution may not be in your interests,...

    This solution may not be in your interests, however, I use Java for GUI programming because SWING is really good at being a GUI, and I use Netbeans to create/design/produce the GUIs, which makes it...
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    A better perl -- translation

    I think I've created a better perl language by introducing classes, introducing the 'dot' operator, having better private attributes to objects (through Alias's attr operator), introducing the 'new'...
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    /* Title: Spherical Crap Name: BELIAL Date: 30...

    /*
    Title: Spherical Crap
    Name: BELIAL
    Date: 30 AD
    Description: Give the radius, and yee shall receive
    the surface area and volume of a sphere...amen.
    */

    #include <stdio.h>
    #include...
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    /* compile and run: gcc -lm...

    /*
    compile and run:
    gcc -lm this_program_code.c
    ./a.out

    I tested all of the numbers with this bash command:
    for i in `seq -99 100` ; do ./a.out $i ; done

    Disclaimer:
    I am exempt from...
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    An Idea for Mass Destruction

    If the united states really wanted to...could it put like 500 hydrogen bombs 100 miles under the surface of the ocean, and create a huge tidal wave? lol
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    I have another solution, and it's free! It's...

    I have another solution, and it's free! It's called Linux:
    http://iso.linuxquestions.org/
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    Should I be smart about the types I use?

    I know a value for a certain variable is going to be under or == 255...yet I always use ints... so it's:
    typedef (unsigned char) byte;
    byte hi[] = {1, 2}; VS
    int hi[] = {1, 2};

    I mean it's...
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    omg!!! Is this your first linux!? I remember...

    omg!!! Is this your first linux!?

    I remember my feelings when I installed my first linux, Debian. It was very scary but very awesome! I screwed up the installation many times, but my confidence...
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    valis, you cleared things up! So I guess reactos...

    valis, you cleared things up! So I guess reactos is as close as to what I was thinking. My ideas are a little confusing even to myself, because I don't know exactly how all of this ELF, PE, binary...
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    But is my vision an emulation? Or is it a...

    But is my vision an emulation?

    Or is it a kernel feature? If the windows execution format is inside of linux as an internel system (much like how Linux handles ELF) (like an exact copy of...
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    Hmmm...ok you're probably right on that, that...

    Hmmm...ok you're probably right on that, that Microsoft would have no motive to natively run Linux applications on its Windows operating system.

    BUT, I do believe Linux would want to run Windows...
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    That's what I said in my last post: But...

    That's what I said in my last post: But emulators are slow. If Windows wants to run all Linux apps full throttle, then Windows needs to run ELF apps close to itself, built-in to the system, so that...
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    But what if a user on Windows double-clicks an...

    But what if a user on Windows double-clicks an ELF executable, and somehow the kernel can figure out that its ELF, and so it knows when something like this happens... write(1, "sup foo", 8); the...
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    Hey Bajanine, :] Have you ever tried Slackware...

    Hey Bajanine, :]

    Have you ever tried Slackware before?
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    Why can't Windows run Linux binary executables?

    And then...
    Why can't Linux run Windows programs?

    Is the kernel the issue here?
    Couldn't the kernel coders allow some "emulation" of some other OS's system calls so that the executable that runs...
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    Thank you gamer4life687, 7stud (;)), prog-bman,...

    Thank you gamer4life687, 7stud (;)), prog-bman, and dwks.

    Well here's my report! http://killall.no-ip.org/const/

    I now know what the const means on the right side of a member function! It...
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