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    You are very welcome. What you heard is true....

    You are very welcome.

    What you heard is true. The Linux kernel is programmed in C and assembly. However, you have to remember that the Linux kernel is only the core of the OS. The kernel is...
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    Your first days of learning programming are going...

    Your first days of learning programming are going to be fun and satisfying, but only if you keep with it. I used to have many friends in high school that were interested in computers and...
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    White_Eskimo, It isn't a huge deal, but it...

    White_Eskimo,

    It isn't a huge deal, but it still is a vulnerability that should be patched. Overflow vulnerabilities like this come up from time to time (see Microsoft WMF Vulnerability). In this...
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    There is a boot-up packet, but there is no...

    There is a boot-up packet, but there is no shut-down packet (as far as I know). The boot-up packet is actually a specially crafted ethernet frame that can be sent via almost any protocol (TCP, IPX,...
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    VB.NET has changed a little bit and is actually...

    VB.NET has changed a little bit and is actually turning into a respectable programming language. However, learning VB6 isn't a complete waste.

    Is it a better idea to pick up a VB.NET book?...
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