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    !(); [/:P]

    !();

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    Here's an interesting one (especially if you are...

    Here's an interesting one (especially if you are here in lurk mode). It acts a bit like a navigation menu, folding the posts up, then when you hover over them you see the user info, then if you...
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    That looks pretty cool, thanks! Can haz CSS3...

    That looks pretty cool, thanks! Can haz CSS3 transition (did notice no new module selectors)? I had never seen this part of the browser before, so it should be fun.

    Also, I thought I would share...
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    Woah, that's horrible. Do they give you a...

    Woah, that's horrible. Do they give you a warning period at least, before disabling the account? Also I was wondering if this was for an account being shared, or do they have some sort of automated...
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    It sort of depends on how much you need to...

    It sort of depends on how much you need to backup, DropBox is a pretty common solution for storage in office environments. I believe it used to start at 5GB of free space, but the FAQ now says 2GB,...
  6. She's decided to torture you with a sense of...

    She's decided to torture you with a sense of loneliness. Pretty ergonomic really.
  7. I'm sure he was just tied up and just wanted to...

    I'm sure he was just tied up and just wanted to finish quickly. I mean the only important part of DOMs is being able to style sub elements with 50 shades of grey as a linear gradient. You need to...
  8. Do you mean this?: Ampersand.js - Home...

    Do you mean this?: Ampersand.js - Home

    I had never heard of it before, but I like the idea of a template generator. Ifs it's simple enough anyway :D.



    Yeah, and he's the most crooked...
  9. Mostly just regular websites of the type that...

    Mostly just regular websites of the type that small businesses and organizations use I guess. I have studied a few of them, but many are a bit old (they still work decently though IMO). They do...
  10. Thanks for all the suggestions guys! I've found...

    Thanks for all the suggestions guys! I've found some books that look good for Python and will start on them soon.

    There is one thing I wanted to ask, but it slipped my mind at the time. How...
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    Life is sometimes like getting beaten to death...

    Life is sometimes like getting beaten to death by feathers. Each blow is inconsequential on it's own, but the effect can accumulate until you want to detach yourself.



    That time the...
  12. Thanks guys! Even non-popular suggestions are...

    Thanks guys! Even non-popular suggestions are welcome, I'll look into all of them.
  13. What should I learn next? (Web/Server development)

    Hello all,

    I was hoping to get some suggestions on what all there is left to learn in web development for me. Specifically my goal is to get an idea of everything that could be useful for making...
  14. Finally! I tried showing you how that worked and...

    Finally! I tried showing you how that worked and you just said it looked complicated lol!

    I'm currently doing my first real paid development work, and NodeJS has come through in everything I've...
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    I used to like the idea of touch-screens, but the...

    I used to like the idea of touch-screens, but the reality is they are impossible to keep clean, and work about as well as a laptop touch-pad. The only time I've ever bought a touch-screen on purpose...
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    Two observations about your code: 1. 0 < i...

    Two observations about your code:

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    0 < i < x && 0 < j < y

    This syntax is most likely not doing what you want it to. Let me try to explain why. The above line is what's called an...
  17. Thread: Secondary Benefit

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    Being ambidextrous is the easy part, I've worked...

    Being ambidextrous is the easy part, I've worked hard and have finally become omnidextrous. I can type 105 WPM using any combinations of toes, feet, knees, CENSORED, or fingers.

    Speaking of books...
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    I can believe it, it sounds exactly like a...

    I can believe it, it sounds exactly like a teacher I had in school. He (the teacher) would make tests with the most weirdly worded questions I've ever seen. I wish I had kept some, so that I would...
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    It's even weirder when you consider that the type...

    It's even weirder when you consider that the type of a variable is decided at the declaration. It would make more sense as just an expression and not an assignment, something like:



    std::cout...
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    I have actually thought of recommending NodeJS ...

    I have actually thought of recommending NodeJS to you before, but I wasn't sure how demanding the generation of your content would be. Like Soma says, everything in NodeJS happens (or appears to...
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    /* Pours Yarin a glass of schizophrenic...

    /* Pours Yarin a glass of schizophrenic elderberry wine sans Seroquel */
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    Did you copy the code from somewhere else? You...

    Did you copy the code from somewhere else? You need to make sure to link the correct libraries for all the Win32 function calls that are in it. It might be that if you are in CodeBlocks, simply...
  23. Facebook is horrible... Also in breaking news,...

    Facebook is horrible... Also in breaking news, "Is water wet?", find out what top scientists have to say on News At 9, here on KBSPL!
  24. I'm constantly doing that too. I switch between...

    I'm constantly doing that too. I switch between JavaScript and C++ pretty regularly and will do things like this:



    int add (num1, num2) {
    sum = num1 + num2;
    return sum;
    };
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    I figured out the problem with the transitions. ...

    I figured out the problem with the transitions. I was dividing the color-step by the entire line length, rather than the length of the segment for a transition. So it wasn't fully reaching one color...
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