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    What do you mean by real IP?

    What do you mean by real IP?
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    Many API's use globals and just hide them with...

    Many API's use globals and just hide them with calls to functions. Of course one downside to globals is thread-safety. But even then you can tinker with your type declaration to make things thread...
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    if(strstr(buffer, "!add") == buffer) /* do...

    if(strstr(buffer, "!add") == buffer)
    /* do stuff */
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    Or "How to write bot?"

    Or "How to write bot?"
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    switch(i) { case 0: IScd(argc, argv);...

    switch(i)
    {
    case 0: IScd(argc, argv); break;
    case 1: IShelp();break;
    case 2: kill_main(argc, argv); break;
    case 3: ISls(args); break;
    case 4: ISps();...
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    Post anything that I may say "what does that do...

    Post anything that I may say "what does that do exactly?"
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    To begin, see the red.

    To begin, see the red.
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    I am not seeing enough code here to for sure say...

    I am not seeing enough code here to for sure say that I understand the problem... though I guess your main issue is that you are replacing blocks of data, correct? So just don't do that and problem...
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    There is one important decision to make in...

    There is one important decision to make in software design. Whether to be the smart cynical guy, or the nerdy bastard guy (or in Elysia's case be the nerdy bastard girl). Though seemingly similar at...
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    Don't eat anything greasy while coding. It makes...

    Don't eat anything greasy while coding. It makes your mouse all difficult to hold. Join the ranks of the rest of us coders and memorize shortcut keys like a mofo. Also, don't forget to become very...
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    No problem dude. I am glad I was of such great...

    No problem dude. I am glad I was of such great service to you.
  12. Example: /* Here is a custom loop */ ...

    Example:


    /* Here is a custom loop */

    loopy:
    if(x < 50)
    {
    /* Stuff goes here */
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    My first guess would be simple oversight on your...

    My first guess would be simple oversight on your behalf.

    Example:


    int main(void)
    {
    int number = 15;

    printf("number = &#37;d\n", number);
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    Fair enough. I happen to know you so I know full...

    Fair enough. I happen to know you so I know full well you would not be trying to be mean or anything. But I also wouldn't want you to build a reputation as a dick.
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    I like perl :) New York City!? (I doubt most of...

    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...
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    No, not at all. I was curious if you are making...

    No, not at all. I was curious if you are making fun of that one poor shmuck's calculator?
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    He is right to touch on the fact that you are not...

    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...
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    Haha you made me laugh :-) In all seriousness,...

    Haha you made me laugh :-) In all seriousness, your code isn't "not-brilliant" because of how you did it. It is problematic because of the fact that global buffers are just plain messy. Simply put...
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    Yeah I wonder about that too. An LOL! no less.

    Yeah I wonder about that too. An LOL! no less.
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    Because 0x80000 is half a mebabyte in...

    Because 0x80000 is half a mebabyte in hexidecimal. Figure if 0x100000 is 1MG, then 0x100000 / 2 = 0x80000. Right? .5MB = 2^19, right?
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    I hate to be the psyche student on you...

    I hate to be the psyche student on you but your code is neither brilliant nor worth using for homework purposes. I was going to simply correct your code but the entire way it works was too flawed to...
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    I do not see any minor errors. I only see...

    I do not see any minor errors. I only see crippling ones and ones that make the program HIGHLY under-efficient if it even works to begin with.

    You obviously know where the edit button is, so...
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    Oooops, I didn't notice the line number mumbo...

    Oooops, I didn't notice the line number mumbo jumbo. MK27's code hardly seems brilliant. I mean come on now dude...



    #include <stdlib.h>
    #include <stdio.h>

    int main(int argc, char **argv)...
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    You do understand that this is an issue of guideline and not a rule. Like Linus Torvalds is not going to jump out of the bushes with a crow bar shouting obsceneties or anything. Its just bad form.
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    132 is correct, yes. Perhaps you are seeing the...

    132 is correct, yes. Perhaps you are seeing the wonders of signedness! behold!

    Check this out.

    Example 1:


    #include <stdio.h>

    int main()
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