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Quote:quote:Originally posted by DavidQuote:quote:Originally posted by N3m3s1s
neo ny 23, thanks **** theres someone here who knows what hes saying, yeh man im wrong for putting people down but what the hell do they expect when they throw **** in other peoples faces. David you finnaly adminted you aint a hacker, You are a admin, Jeff I totally agree with you man, But the meaning of the word hacker actually came from someone who hacks at the keys of his/her keyboard. As for someone who uses other hackers programs thats a script kiddie. I personnaly beleive we where all script kiddies when we first start out.
Roisin Dubh, I had to enter numbers in my handle because someone seems to be using the handle Nemesis already. Hell as for my spelling couldnt you have typed the words properly instead if entering the **** lol, I see you are from Ireland, well hey im from kerry, Looks like I aint so far that I cant come and bitch slap you ass after all 😉
We have very different ideas of what hackers are, it seems.
The definitions of hacker are clear cut.
According to the article, you can be a hacker by meeting any of 3 criteria:
- Brilliant programmer
- Intruder and criminal
- Security expert
Of course these all refer to the domain of computers. Because Dave is a brilliant programmer and an expert in security, he is a hacker. End of story. Can we drop this nonsense?Quote:quote: Must you pay for Dead Aim?????
Yes, you must pay for Dead AIM.Quote:quote:BC every thing about aim is you have to buy it now liek anything is free… soon your going to buy aim to talk on it its suck……. anything about aim is money
Messaging is still free, and AOL is not stupid enough, to lose their base by charging for the IM service…but if they did, I'd be happy that my friends would switch.
No, AIM does not allow you to put a pic in your profile.
January 25th, 1990:
USA: Michael Bolton – How Am I Supposed to Live Without You?
UK: New Kids On The Block – Hangin' Tough
:-Quote:quote:Originally posted by AwesomeSauce
Oh… and what do you mean by “Opensource”?
I mean that the source code for SharpDevelop is released to the public…it is written C#…just so you can see the power.
As for your books, it is meant to look like MS Visual C#…and coding will be the same in both.
Once you get the concepts of the language down from the book, you can visit http://www.pscode.com to get some source code to work with. If the book came with a CD, use it…it'll help.Quote:quote:
SharpDevelop also looks cool, too. But somebody tell me, what would be easier to begin with… C++, or .NET?
Well, .NET contains languages like C#, Managed C++, VB, and J#. C# is RAD (rapid application development, “drag and drop”) like VB and J#, but it uses the C# language. J# uses the Java language…and VB uses the new VB.net Language.
Managed C++ is technically called C++ with Managed Extensions…it is C++ code written for Windows Forms (the GUI design for .NET) which allows for some RAD. Managed C++ also differs code-wise where you can take advantage of the extensions and it has a built in garbage collector, unlike standard C++.
As for easiest, not C++. C# or VB seem to be the way to go if you want easy. C# will expose you to the same syntax of C++ and make learning that a lot easier if you decide to take C++ or Java in school or something. VB has a more BASIC-like syntax similar to that of classic ASP and classic VB, though by no means the same.
.NET has its advantages and disadvantages though…all programs need the .NET framework to run…that could be bad for people on dial-up but should be less of a problem later on…regular C++ doesn't compile to the framework, but to Win32 or another binary.
Basically, for easiest: C# or VB
Most valuable for later learning: Probably C# (so you can move to Java and C++ much easier than with VB)
BTW, if you are looking for pascal or a variant, you may want to try Borland Delphi (object pascal). It is RAD and works fine with XP.Quote:quote:Originally posted by dragonreborn
I asked for programming and that's what I was kind of expecting. Instead you tell me to learn how to do stuff. You also give me the google website. Telling me to learn stuff is another way of saying “you're not smart enough”. You know what? I don't care. I just wan't tro try it, is that a crime?
I'm in advanced math thank you very much.
By advanced math, you mean algebra, correct? You will want to have an understanding of variables (algebra helps, since you brought up math) before you can have much success programming.
Once you know the concepts to programming (functions, variables, OOP, flow control, classes, etc.), it becomes personal preference of a syntax.
Links for free IDEs–
Well, I like the game overall. It has convinced me to get Xbox Live…but the ending totally sucked. The new weapons and vehicles and everything are great improvements, and the levels aren't disappointing. Some problems are difficult navigation through the levels, and really just the bad ending. Some menus are a little over-complicated, but I can live. No, I didn't get the limited edition version, I don't care about that sort of stuff.Quote:quote:Originally posted by dshakaryan
theres no such thing as SP4. =p
To the original poster, when you did the “clean install” you removed AIM first, right? Also, do you have any addons installed?Quote:quote:Originally posted by QwertyQuote:quote:Originally posted by MiamiGuy
What would be the point of producing massive amounts of weapons? To fight who?
China!? Now now…I doubt that will be the case. We are more likely to start with North Korea, but China? I really don't see that as…likely. I know the leadership in the US isn't the brightest, but they aren't stupid enough to try to fight China (as they are not stupid enough to fight the US either). Both countries' economies depend on each other, a war between the two would destroy the world…not going to happen anytime soon.
Oh, and a weapons buildup involving Iraq…not likely either…we had our excuse to produce mass amount of nukular weapons: the cold war.
Think we disarmed all of em? 😮Quote:quote:Originally posted by camster
hey, this is REALLY cool, considering I rely a lot on free legal music from download.com and the streaming audio on winamp since I don't like buying full CD's. I'm having regrets about downloading sp2 though. Anybody know a way to override this limit in the preferences somewhere? Otherwise it's highly recomended, although some of the music takes a while to load, and I have high-speed
EDIT: The only real problem I have is that when making my library, it doesn't put in my CD files. It doesn't read their format. Otherwise it would be my default music player
You may want to take a look at this thread. (off site)
Good job, RK…congrats…very deserving. 🙂Quote:quote:Originally posted by DaJMan1800
Welcome to BigBlueBall… ultimate free forum.
Daj, I think he meant free forum software.
Pinoy, Invision is good, and Invisionfree is alright too. If you have a server that supports ASP scripting and either MS SQL, Access, or MySQL, you can look at Snitz. If you have a server running Windows Server 2003 and MS SQL Server, I recommend ASP.net Forums. If you have a server that supports PHP & MySQL, then you may want PHPbb. Depending on your setup, you may want one over the other.
If you don't have a server or hosting space, then I think your best bet is to stick with Invisionfree.
BTW, BigBlueBall Forums runs Snitz.
Absolutely not. If it was, there would be numerous uninformed and taken-advantage-of votes. Voting is a right. Should everyone be forced to own a gun? No, it's a right, not a mandate.