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    >I was thinking about GetCursorPos() but first of...

    >I was thinking about GetCursorPos() but first of all, that takes a pointer to a POINT structure, and I like COORDS better, and also...correct me if i'm wrong, but doesn't it return pixels? I was...
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    You could delete it. Stick cout

    You could delete it. Stick

    cout << "\b ";

    after the while loop. It's ugly, but would prevent the need for additional conditional testing.
  3. >Why bloat my app with unnecessary templating?< ...

    >Why bloat my app with unnecessary templating?<

    There shouldn't be any bloat with a simple templated wrapper function. Doing a quick test on VC++.net appeared to support this, as there was no...
  4. >no no no, you miss my point, codng standards...

    >no no no, you miss my point, codng standards should never limit the functionality of a language<

    I think C++ would be a mess if you didn't 'limit' its functionality in a team situation. I'm not...
  5. >if i code something like that its because i have...

    >if i code something like that its because i have or need to. and i know what the hell im doing, just cause you dont doesnt mean its wrong.<

    ...and the point of coding standards goes straight over...
  6. >I mean, pointer casting (especially to void and...

    >I mean, pointer casting (especially to void and back) is rather essential. In some instances I can think of no other way to accomplish certain tasks... <

    What tasks?

    edit -

    >If I say

    int...
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    Poll: >I would consider any set of instructions which...

    >I would consider any set of instructions which control hardware ( even through other programs ) a language.<

    Therefore doing anything on a computer is programming. You have a very loose (almost...
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    Thanks.

    Thanks.
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    I appreciate that. To be more specific, what is...

    I appreciate that. To be more specific, what is the best use of each medium?
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    Discussion Board / Chat Client

    What is the difference?
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    Yeah, it was like NUKE v NUKE. I was residing in...

    Yeah, it was like NUKE v NUKE. I was residing in South Africa at the time (that's if I had been born) and thought the whole thing might be quite SWEET and that both countries needed messing up anyway.
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    That's what most of the world were saying in 1962...

    That's what most of the world were saying in 1962 about two relatively immature nuclear powers.
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    >Java sucks as a solution and everyone knows it...

    >Java sucks as a solution and everyone knows it (including Sun) <

    Java may suck; but people who use dubious sources to prove the suckiness probably belong in a world of suckiness. Java should be...
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    Alice in Wonderland/Through the Looking Glass by...

    Alice in Wonderland/Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll
  15. >You really can't escape using a bit of ASM when...

    >You really can't escape using a bit of ASM when you write an OS.<

    This is true, but my point was it wasn't strictly necessary (you'd have a limited kernel though, depending on what your...
  16. >1) The runtime has to run the contructors of...

    >1) The runtime has to run the contructors of global class instances.

    I'm not disputing it. I just couldn't see what the problem was. You're just having to insert the code that a C++ compiler...
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    >But quite frankly it doesn't matter who's on the...

    >But quite frankly it doesn't matter who's on the other end...

    Unless you're GWB and you're going to order in a tactical nuclear strike! <

    You may think that. But it could be GWB Jnr (or GXB, I...
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    Alright, I'll offer an olive branch in this...

    Alright, I'll offer an olive branch in this thread of rudeness and say I'm sorry. I'll remember this lesson. It may be easy to dismiss someone with a harsh reply in order to take out ones own...
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    >He's retarded, let him be as rude as he wants

    >He's retarded, let him be as rude as he wants <

    I'm not stopping him. Are you his helper?
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    You're just too damn rude.

    You're just too damn rude.
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    >There's a limit to how far you can stretch...

    >There's a limit to how far you can stretch something to get a flame going...weak attempt.<

    So weak it got a response? Anway it wasn't meant as a flame; maybe you are a retard though?
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    >You're corroding the human soul, and taking away...

    >You're corroding the human soul, and taking away other peoples' self-esteem to inflate yours...<

    Isn't that what this whole thread is about, retard?
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    >"I want to make quake3? how to? i want help...

    >"I want to make quake3? how to? i want help faaaast! lololol"<

    Go $$$$ yourself.

    edit by Govtcheez: sorry joe - I feel the same way, but please don't bypass the lang filter.
  24. >Global variables aren't like those in C and have...

    >Global variables aren't like those in C and have to be initialized before hand by the runtime

    Code has to be inserted to call constructors and destructors. The bog standard C runtime uses a...
  25. >if you want to write everything from scratch?...

    >if you want to write everything from scratch? Including the bootloader? Then yeah...you will...(IIRC from when I wrote my OS, anyhow)<

    Who said anything about writing something from scratch? You...
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