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    If I knew how many objects I was going to limit...

    If I knew how many objects I was going to limit my program to use I would use an array. That way you don't have to cast the objects because they are already referenced as the proper class.

    If I...
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    The main difference between arrays in C++ and...

    The main difference between arrays in C++ and Java is that arrays are objects in Java. With that said, identifying which account you are working with really isn't any different than it would be in...
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    I think that it is cool! Great job SickDwarf!

    I think that it is cool! Great job SickDwarf!
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    kraftwerk, you can't do that. The compiler has...

    kraftwerk, you can't do that. The compiler has to be able to resolve all of the variable references at compile time, so it won't let you do what you want to. Besides, the name of the variable is...
  5. Thread: Win98 Error

    by Redbone
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    Were you trying to overclock the CPU? I had a...

    Were you trying to overclock the CPU? I had a similar error a couple of years ago when I was trying to overclock a Celeron. Somehow Windows detected what I was trying to do and refused to boot...
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    Once again Microsoft has showed us all how they...

    Once again Microsoft has showed us all how they innovate!

    lol (just a joke guys)
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    Please don't get me wrong. I didn't mean any...

    Please don't get me wrong. I didn't mean any disrespect. It just seems to me like the problem reported might be an actual feature and not a bug. I guess it's the software developer in me that is...
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    I have taken and passed this test. I won't lie...

    I have taken and passed this test. I won't lie to you, it is a very difficult test to take and pass on the first try.

    If you are serious about getting the certification then I would recommend...
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    Why do you consider this a bug? It doesn't...

    Why do you consider this a bug? It doesn't detract from the site in any way that I can think of, it just pops up a dialog that says the user has antipoints. Besides, the new window that pops up...
  10. Thread: The Last Angel

    by Redbone
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    tampabay420...if anyone can do it then let's see...

    tampabay420...if anyone can do it then let's see yours. Just like you I'm not trying to be rude, but I have photoshop 7 and I can't create anything nearly that good.

    It takes more than a tool...
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    I can honestly say that I have felt like doing...

    I can honestly say that I have felt like doing this! This is so funny!

    Thanks for posting!
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    I can understand why someone would want internet...

    I can understand why someone would want internet access at McDonalds, or any other fast-food establishment. I for one feel that at times the amount of time spent eating is time I could also be doing...
  13. Thread: The Last Angel

    by Redbone
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    I agree! Let's see more of this stuff. That is...

    I agree! Let's see more of this stuff. That is a really great piece of work!
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    Game over - 86 nonstop hours later

    I ran across this article and I have been considering the implications of what happened and what would happen in other countries.

    The gyst of the article is that a 24-year old Korean man played...
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    I think that this is a permissions problem. On...

    I think that this is a permissions problem. On my home network I have a Windows 2000 machine set up as the main file server. If I log into another machine on the network using the same login id and...
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    There is never anything wrong with doing the...

    There is never anything wrong with doing the right thing. Sometimes you just have to do the right thing and take whatever backlash you get for it. It might not be fun, but at least you'll be able...
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    Personally, I believe that as long as Selective...

    Personally, I believe that as long as Selective Service is a law for men, it should be a law for women as well. In the US every man has to register at the age of 18. If he doesn't he can't work for...
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    I've never heard of anyone making a...

    I've never heard of anyone making a multiprocessor machine out of two different computers and motherboards. I'm not saying that it can't be done, but from my experience the way to do it is to get a...
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    Ajchez -> it just sounds to me like the college's...

    Ajchez -> it just sounds to me like the college's network admins are a little smarter than those of your ISP. I know if I was running a mail server I wouldn't let just anyone connect to it via...
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    Thanks for clearing that up, Syini666...but I can...

    Thanks for clearing that up, Syini666...but I can still see how that would be a pain.
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    How in the world do you get any work done on an...

    How in the world do you get any work done on an Windows machine without being able to right click and get to the context menus? This may be an example of taking security just a little too seriously.
  22. Thread: Bali Massacre

    by Redbone
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    I don't think that negotiations with terrorist...

    I don't think that negotiations with terrorist groups is an option. If they cared what the other side had to say then they wouldn't be blowing people up.

    I can't remember who said it, but I...
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    The best way to protect yourself is to only...

    The best way to protect yourself is to only download and run programs that are written by people or companies that you know. I think that it is generally a bad idea to download and run a lot of...
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    Manufacturers push CD replacements

    As I was surfing the CNN website I came across this article dealing with a replacement for CD's and I thought that we may be on the verge of a new technological breakthrough. After all, ten years...
  25. Thread: Weird Problem

    by Redbone
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    Are you trying to install the entire system? And...

    Are you trying to install the entire system? And how are the clients attempting to access the database? Is it through ODBC? Or is it through some other kind of connection protocol? From my...
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