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So there's an IRC server you can go to.
September 22nd 2005, 06:18 CEST by jjz

Gabe offered his server irc.mandog.com, and the channel can remain being #planetcrap.  

Max is investigating his server from what I understand, but there's some cable break or something.

So if you like that sort of thing go there.

Voting this in would be even more lame than the sports topic.
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#1 by LesJarvis
2005-09-22 06:20:38
Sweet.

"The internet has gone all fiddle faddle foo."
-lwf
#2 by Chunkstyle
2005-09-22 06:21:37
Thanks Gabe.

Game Developers: Don't forget the zombie monkeys.
#3 by Gabe
2005-09-22 06:32:57
http://www.dartpublishing.com
Thanks Chunkstyle, that made me laugh.
#4 by Squeaky
2005-09-22 07:18:48
w00t!


You make me sooo happy, gabe.

#5 by m0nty
2005-09-22 11:11:07
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
Thanks be to Gabe, Morn and the Holy Spirit.
#6 by Matt Davis
2005-09-22 11:13:07
http://looroll.com
Yes, a big thanks, now I can be bored in IRC as well as on the forum.

#7 by m0nty
2005-09-22 12:07:05
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
So anyway, I'm running a scraper prog my housemate wrote in preparation for FanCricket which runs for about 20 minutes, scraping the entire contents of an extensive database elsewhere on the Intarweb which runs to about 60-70,000 rows, and the scraper quits when it gets to K, evidently having DoSed the site! ZOMG I R TEH ULTIMAET POAWAR!
#8 by bago
2005-09-22 12:08:41
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
Load banacing with the threadpool.

The need for an ever-fresh selection of euphemisms about dirty subjects has long served as an impressive engine of linguistic invention.
#9 by Warren Marshall
2005-09-22 13:09:37
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
Load banacing with the threadpool.

?SYNTAX ERROR

#10 by McBain
2005-09-22 13:13:54
Yay!

Kid: Because you went to the bathroom on mommy's dishes?
Willie: What the fuck? No!
#11 by bago
2005-09-22 13:19:29
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
L for N swap, 20 on the dollar. You dig?

The need for an ever-fresh selection of euphemisms about dirty subjects has long served as an impressive engine of linguistic invention.
#12 by Gunp01nt
2005-09-22 13:20:20
supersimon33@hotmail.com
Load balacing?

The need to be observed and understood was once satisfied by god. We can now implement the same functionality with data-mining algorithms.
#13 by bago
2005-09-22 13:20:49
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
la la la la la! I can't type!

The need for an ever-fresh selection of euphemisms about dirty subjects has long served as an impressive engine of linguistic invention.
#14 by Warren Marshall
2005-09-22 13:59:50
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
?SYSTEM LOCKED.  CONTACT ADMINISTRATOR.

#15 by bago
2005-09-22 14:01:15
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
Fuck that, I got boot on this bitch.

The need for an ever-fresh selection of euphemisms about dirty subjects has long served as an impressive engine of linguistic invention.
#16 by Warren Marshall
2005-09-22 14:03:26
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
?U=F4G0T

#17 by Gunp01nt
2005-09-22 14:03:56
supersimon33@hotmail.com
?WHAT

The need to be observed and understood was once satisfied by god. We can now implement the same functionality with data-mining algorithms.
#18 by Warren Marshall
2005-09-22 14:04:44
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
?GOTO 16

#19 by bago
2005-09-22 14:14:01
manga_Rando@hotmail.com
Although I hate the syntax, here's a little sometin for ya!

using namespace System;

ref class BaseClass {
   public:
      property int TheProperty
      {
         virtual int get() { return 0 ; }
      }
} ;

ref class DerivedClass : BaseClass {
   public:
      property int TheProperty
      {
         virtual int get() override { return 0 ; }
         void set( int ) { }
      }
} ;

int main( array<System::String ^> ^ )
{
   DerivedClass ^ dc = gcnew DerivedClass() ;
   Console::WriteLine( dc->TheProperty ) ;
   dc->TheProperty = 666 ;
   return 0;
}

The need for an ever-fresh selection of euphemisms about dirty subjects has long served as an impressive engine of linguistic invention.
#20 by Jibble
2005-09-22 14:18:36
No Java interface?

Boo.

Blog. SANTAK, BANKOROK, TOMATO!
220 lbs.  40 to go.
#21 by anaqer
2005-09-22 14:47:00
Damn... I should be knowing this, but what are all those '^'s again?

"There's no place like home."
#22 by Jibble
2005-09-22 14:50:21
Kitty cat eyes.

^.^

Blog. SANTAK, BANKOROK, TOMATO!
220 lbs.  40 to go.
#23 by Warren Marshall
2005-09-22 15:16:36
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
Which god awful language is that?  And what am I supposed to be seeing there because it looks like a very long winded approach to:

Console::WriteLine( "0" ) ;

Also, FFS, overriding the property in the derived class?  Man, you ARE rolling 20's for obfuscation.

#24 by m0nty
2005-09-22 15:32:35
http://tinfinger.blogspot.com
Woo, the scraper prog finally worked. I love the Intarwebs.
#25 by Gunp01nt
2005-09-22 15:37:31
supersimon33@hotmail.com
Which god awful language is that?


Seconded. Does it have two ways of accessing an object member, or is it just me?

The need to be observed and understood was once satisfied by god. We can now implement the same functionality with data-mining algorithms.
#26 by Ashiran
2005-09-22 15:38:42
Binary ^ operators are predefined for the integral types and bool. For integral types, ^ computes the bitwise exclusive-OR of its operands. For bool operands, ^ computes the logical exclusive-or of its operands; that is, the result is true if and only if exactly one of its operands is true.

BAM!

Nihil nequit.
#27 by Ashiran
2005-09-22 15:41:10
Isn't that C++?

Nihil nequit.
#28 by anaqer
2005-09-22 15:57:50
BAM!

No. That makes no sense whatsoever in the above code.

"There's no place like home."
#29 by deadlock
2005-09-22 16:07:01
http://www.deadlocked.org/
I fought Bam last night. Kicked his fucking arse.

Shall we dance again
In our special way
With our trousers round our knees?
#30 by Ashiran
2005-09-22 16:27:47
It also could be a ^ as in 4^2 = 16.

Nihil nequit.
#31 by Warren Marshall
2005-09-22 16:29:04
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
Neither of those descriptions explains:

int main( array<System::String ^> ^ )
{
   DerivedClass ^ dc = gcnew DerivedClass() ;

#32 by Ashiran
2005-09-22 16:52:03
Or maybe it doesn't mean anything and the entire piece of code is a hallucination from Bago.

Nihil nequit.
#33 by anaqer
2005-09-22 17:04:54
Nah. Any other topic and I'd be merrily dismissing it as static, but code? Nah. Seems like some kind of new way for doing indirection or some such.

Damn, where is Your 'MSDN' Friend when you need him?

"There's no place like home."
#34 by Matt Perkins
2005-09-22 17:17:14
wizardque@yahoo.com http://whatwouldmattdo.com/
I don't know what the '^' is all about, but that's C#.

"I stand with Comrade Kwango in saying that these are bastards." - Kun Suk Tang
#35 by Greg
2005-09-22 17:25:18
^>^

こんにちは
#36 by Gabe
2005-09-22 17:57:20
http://www.dartpublishing.com
It's managed C++ using updated keywords. ^ is a pointer to a managed object instead of the old __gc * syntax. The parameter to main is a generic. A managed pointer to an array containing managed pointers to strings.
#37 by Ashiran
2005-09-22 18:15:49
Atleast I got the part about it being C++ right.

Nihil nequit.
#38 by Matt Perkins
2005-09-22 18:28:12
wizardque@yahoo.com http://whatwouldmattdo.com/
See, that's why I'm not paid to write C#.  It does look a lot like to me, someone who doesn't use C#.  :D

"I stand with Comrade Kwango in saying that these are bastards." - Kun Suk Tang
#39 by Warren Marshall
2005-09-22 18:35:56
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
It's managed C++ using updated keywords. ^ is a pointer to a managed object instead of the old __gc * syntax. The parameter to main is a generic. A managed pointer to an array containing managed pointers to strings.

What's it doing that's so cool it warrants posting though?  I'm not sure I'm getting it...  And your explanation does nothing to quell my concerns about the overridden property.

#40 by Gabe
2005-09-22 18:38:55
http://www.dartpublishing.com
Oh, I didn't say it was an interesting example. I was just explaining the syntax. What the code is actually doing is quite dumb. As to why it was posted, isn't this typical bago?
#41 by Warren Marshall
2005-09-22 18:46:39
http://www.wantonhubris.com/
Probably.  I was hoping against hope for something meaningful, I guess.

In other news: The world's most expensive chastity belt.

#42 by Greg
2005-09-22 19:02:55
That's a source of hilarity. Me and a coworker were cracking up looking at it. We got 3/4 of the way through, and noticed there were about 10 more posts but filled with red Xs. We gave up.

こんにちは
#43 by Penguinx
2005-09-22 19:05:57
All of mine loaded. Holy mother-of-fucking-shit-christ.
#44 by Squeaky
2005-09-22 20:28:12
I wanna know why he's got that Spidey #1 framed? It's not like it's worth anything. If it get destroyed, he can head down to his nearby comic shop where he could pic up 5 of 'em for like $0.25.

#45 by Squeaky
2005-09-22 20:30:48
Huh. I've got exactly the same guitar as him.

#46 by Jibble
2005-09-22 20:35:30
You know, the best part about it is that it confirms everything anyone has ever believed about comic book collectors and basements.

Blog. SANTAK, BANKOROK, TOMATO!
220 lbs.  40 to go.
#47 by Eric T. Cheng
2005-09-22 20:42:19
erictcheng@hotmail.com
Surprisingly he's married. He even posted his wife's My Little Pony collection.

Kilt Wearing Pixel Pushing Monkey Boy
DVD Collection
GameGossip.com
#48 by Penguinx
2005-09-22 20:49:57
I can only hope they breed.
#49 by Dumdeedum
2005-09-22 20:51:08
http://www.dumdeedum.com
I wanna know why he's got that Spidey #1 framed? It's not like it's worth anything. If it get destroyed, he can head down to his nearby comic shop where he could pic up 5 of 'em for like $0.25.

I'd guess for the same reason the vast majority of his toys are still in their original packaging, ie. he's using the old "it'll be worth something one day" excuse to cover his obsessive compulsive behavior.

Ugly, ugly, ugly room though.  I mean you don't walk into a toyshop and say "boy, I wish my house looked like this".

#50 by Shadarr
2005-09-22 20:52:16
shadarr@yahoo.com http://digital-luddite.com
So Warren was wrong, it wasn't a chastity belt but a form of decorative plumage to attract a female packrat.

Without me, Internet would never have had sex with the DS. -m0nty
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