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    I learned C++ in school...started with procedural...

    I learned C++ in school...started with procedural C++ at that...this approach worked well for me so i recommend it. While INMHO it's essential to learn Object Oriented concepts, it's just as...
  2. Thread: mount list

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    Source is available for all GNU software in the...

    Source is available for all GNU software in the software directory on the gnu.org website. You can find the source for df, du etc. in the fileutils package here:...
  3. some sort of component model in place...COM maybe?

    some sort of component model in place...COM maybe?
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    on the night my girlfriend told me i she was into...

    on the night my girlfriend told me i she was into ........ing other dudes recreationally, i finished 3/4 of a fifth of turkey and decided to go for a calming bike ride through campus. I ended up...
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    #include #include /* ...

    #include <sys/stat.h>
    #include <time.h>

    /*
    Take the difference between current time in seconds and access time of the
    users terminal device
    */

    int main(int argc, char *argv[])
    {
  6. Thread: Linux Distro

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    I totally disagree. Don't update your gentoo...

    I totally disagree. Don't update your gentoo system for a week. Then tell me you don't mind filtering through the 50 or so updates and determining which packages need to be updated due to...
  7. BS in Computer Science from Washington...

    BS in Computer Science from Washington University.

    Three certs: Sun certified java Programmer, Sun Certified Business Component Developer, and Sun certfied Web Component developer.

    I work...
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    a server never sleeps, right? Cpu cycles should...

    a server never sleeps, right? Cpu cycles should be used for serving client requests not rebuilding 16 large packages after a library updates.

    actually building from source is the double edged...
  9. Thread: Linux Distro

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    gentoo is fun, but annoying for some after the...

    gentoo is fun, but annoying for some after the novelty wears off. Neither me or my cpu has time to build everything from source. I realize that there are was around this, but it's more work for...
  10. you probably won't have to worry about either. ...

    you probably won't have to worry about either. Most mainstream graphics and network cards are supported during the install.

    the other great thing about gentoo is the excellent documentation. ...
  11. if i'm going to run a linux distro on my...

    if i'm going to run a linux distro on my workstation, i'm running gentoo. no doubt about it, but gentoo is still a relatively new distrobution and unstable in a lot of ways. it's only going to get...
  12. Thread: Servers

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    Python's even friendlier....

    Python's even friendlier....
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    %info gcc

    %info gcc
  14. Thread: New Job

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    Definately cool stuff. I have zero ada...

    Definately cool stuff. I have zero ada experience beyond the basic tutorial type stuff, but for my senior thesis I messed around with the DOD's High Level Architecture or HLA. We used it in a...
  15. Thread: perl

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    Woops! i forgot that PERL has different...

    Woops! i forgot that PERL has different operators for string and numerical comparison.

    Also strip the newline character off of the string read from stdin. I haven't had an interest in PERL in a...
  16. Thread: perl

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    #!/usr/bin/env python while raw_input ('What is...

    #!/usr/bin/env python
    while raw_input ('What is the password?') <> 'abc123':
    continue
    print 'Correct password.'

    There you go.



    #!/bin/bash/perl
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    Easy...It's obvious you don't really know what...

    Easy...It's obvious you don't really know what you're talking about either.
  18. Thread: perl

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    If you in the market for learning a powerful...

    If you in the market for learning a powerful scripting language, look at Python and stay away from PERL.

    PERL is an infection, which is slowly being cured by languages created by less hubristic...
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    Really, that's interesting. How about sharing...

    Really, that's interesting. How about sharing an example with us?
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    I have an ftp server...i would require a donation...

    I have an ftp server...i would require a donation though. I pay for the connection, and bandwidth isn't cheap.
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    you can always choke on my manhood, Series...that...

    you can always choke on my manhood, Series...that way you can help me out as well...
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    >>Did you read what I said? I said the languages...

    >>Did you read what I said? I said the languages themselves, not the compilers. i.e. C++, C, I could go on, but I think you get the point.<<

    maybe i'm the moron here, but can you explain to me...
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    >>The need for assembly is application dependent....

    >>The need for assembly is application dependent. I wonder if most programmers can really add something useful to the results a modern optimizing C compiler gives. <<

    This is all I was trying to...
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    i agree with Sorensen...assmembly is a waste of...

    i agree with Sorensen...assmembly is a waste of time. Most decent C compilers generate code that is fast enough, and C is portable (more or less). Assembly programmer's are basement dwellers who...
  25. Thread: Pearl

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    all you have to do is install the perl...

    all you have to do is install the perl interpreter...it's availible with every distribution...
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