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  1. Thread: Remember when...

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    I used to listen to some of the radio shows over...

    I used to listen to some of the radio shows over and over, this was back before podcasts were around..

    It's good to see a lot of old names here and see how they moved on to have successful...
  2. Thread: Sadness

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    Nevermind, I had a look around. Wow. Jason was...

    Nevermind, I had a look around. Wow. Jason was an amazing guy. He was the life and soul of this place, it is hard to imagine the community thriving without him..
  3. Thread: Sadness

    by halma
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    I haven't been here for a few years.. what...

    I haven't been here for a few years.. what happened? Did Jason leave?
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    Holy crap my avatar looks so stupid now that I'm...

    Holy crap my avatar looks so stupid now that I'm not a teenager anymore.. Hahaha.
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    I remember you ;)

    I remember you ;)
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    Well, we know that log(xy)=log(x)+log(y), and...

    Well, we know that log(xy)=log(x)+log(y), and log(x/y)=log(x)-log(y), so by taking the natural logarithm of both sides, we get: x = ln(1) - ln(x) --> x = -ln(x) --> x + ln(x) = 0

    I don't know how...
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    Re: Test my program please?

    OOPS! I forgot to paste the link! It's:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Arabic_numerals.png

    Thanks everyone for replying!
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    Test my program please?

    Hi,

    I've written a small program in OpenGL, and I want to make sure it works on other people's systems.

    So could a couple people please download and test the attached program?

    In the...
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    What is the error? Try adding a "using...

    What is the error?

    Try adding a "using namespace std;" line before your main(). And replacing "iostream.h" with "iostream".

    If all else fails, you can replace "cout.put(toupper(letter))" with...
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    It looks cool, though! ;) :cool: I don't find...

    It looks cool, though! ;) :cool:

    I don't find it that confusing. After you get used to it, it rarely causes a bug. I've also had bugs the other way, for example by writing "a==5;" instead of...
  11. Thread: Time help.

    by halma
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    Yes, it is possible. Add "#include "...

    Yes, it is possible.

    Add "#include <time.h>" to the top of your program.

    Then write in your code:

    time_t timer = time(0);
    tm *newtime = localtime(&timer);
    cout<<"Hour: "<< newtime->tm_hour...
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    Yes, but this is not Java. This is C++. And...

    Yes, but this is not Java. This is C++.

    And in C++, assignment operators return a value. Which I think is very convenient, because it lets you do things like "a=b=5;", which sets both a and b to...
  13. Poll: Yes, let's all just start a flamewar because of...

    Yes, let's all just start a flamewar because of my signature! :D Besides, don't blame me if you don't agree: I didn't make that up; I copied it from somewhere else!

    By the way, my view on the...
  14. Poll: Look at this: :) Human: How are you? ALICE:...

    Look at this: :)

    Human: How are you?
    ALICE: I'm doing fine thanks how are you?
    Human: Name a fruit.
    ALICE: Linus Torvalds.:-)
    Human: Name a fruit.
    ALICE: I don't know who.:-)
    Human: What is...
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    They only get compressed when you change them,...

    They only get compressed when you change them, and only get decompressed when you read them. The reading/writing to/from the disk happens just as often, only the amount of data transferred is a bit...
  16. Thread: Noob

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    Re: Noob

    Well, one major difference is that the C++ VTMs are not downloadable! :D
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    Yes, but OpenGL can be used with SDL, which does...

    Yes, but OpenGL can be used with SDL, which does have that stuff. (basic mouse, keyboard, and joystick input, audio, direct video, etc.)

    The cool thing about SDL is that it's open source, and...
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    Why would you say that? The drive doesn't do the...

    Why would you say that? The drive doesn't do the (de)compressing; that burden is carried by the processor+RAM. I would think the drive would be getting a break, since it has to read/write less...
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    Hey Derek! I'm glad you're back. I always...

    Hey Derek!

    I'm glad you're back. I always thought it was a shame that whatever happened, happened, and I was hoping you guys would make up and be friends again someday.

    By the way, I saw your...
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    MSDN is 3 CD's.. Swapping CD's all the time is...

    MSDN is 3 CD's.. Swapping CD's all the time is very annoying. And I don't have access to DVD technology. :(

    What about compressing my programs? Usually hard drive access is pretty slow... so is...
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    I digged this thread up because I have a similar...

    I digged this thread up because I have a similar situation.. (I used the search function! Now give me a cookie! :D)

    Anyway, I'm low on hard drive space and I want to do a full MSDN installation. ...
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    Visual Studio .NET 2004

    Hi everyone!

    I saw someone today selling what they said was .NET 2004. Is that for real? I was wondering why I never heard of that. I thought .NET 2003 was the newest version (other than the...
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    getIncrease and getDecrease are private member...

    getIncrease and getDecrease are private member functions; so you can't call them from main. If you want to do so, bring their declarations down to the public section. (In a class, everything is...
  24. Cool.. I'll have to check it out! I've been...

    Cool.. I'll have to check it out!

    I've been wanting to write something like this for a long time.
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    Silly rabbit.. CelsIUs, not CelsUIs! :p

    Silly rabbit..

    CelsIUs, not CelsUIs! :p
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