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I used to like Linux, now I hate it. 14356
What do you find dishonest about my snipping? I am merely trying to get you focus on the topic at hand - your inability to see past your emotions and biases and deal with...

I used to like Linux, now I hate it. 14357
You are welcome to that opinion, but that does not answer my question - what do you find dishonest about my snipping. Keep in mind that you did not...

Hi
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, agentleo wrote on 4 Apr 2005 16:49:16 -0500 Registration is not required to post...

Missing Site
Why dont you email the registrant and find out whats going on: Domain ID:D104116602-LROR Domain Name:KALYXO.ORG...

Aint Linux Great. But not everyone thinks so
begin Error log for Wed, 06 Apr 2005 07:08:15 +0000 - John Slade caused a details as follows .vbs...

Well, that's nifty! 14362
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Daniel Tryba wrote on 05 Apr 2005 14:25:32 GMT There are multiple issues here -- one of them may simply be the overprotectedness...

Well, that's nifty! 14363
The Ghost In The Machine The copyright laws are fairly clear as to what is legal and what is illegal...

Do trolls have a life
BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hi guys, the question is meant seriosly: In COLA, the trolls seem...

Do trolls have a life 14365
Johannes Bauer Astrotufers have to undergo group therapy. This is where they have to sit down with others and council each other over the beatings they get, exchange notes and become even more...

Do trolls have a life 14366
begin Error log for Wed, 06 Apr 2005 03:44:49 +0200 - Johannes Bauer details as follows .vbs There are many varying personalities out there. Some people thrive on...

Hmmm doughnuts
Hi RapeScat ( and Johannes Bawdy ), As far as whether these people have lives or not, I'm...

Another Gentoorelated tale gdb
Well, I seem to generally get on the bad side of Gentoo, don't I? What happened...

Another Gentoorelated tale gdb 14368 plus 1
tab poked his little head through the XP firewall and said: I'm glad my travails could help your granny. I do agree with your implicit mockery of the complexity...

Another Gentoorelated tale gdb 14370
Phillip Cornwallis poked his little head through the XP firewall and said: I do, as I want to...

Another Gentoorelated tale gdb 14371
begin virus.scr Phillip Cornwallis (flatfish) nymshifted: Well, it was clear that you would say that, flatfish Who is "we"? Could it be these...

Certified Ethical Hacker
At work they've been pushing me to get some training to get some points for this dumb-butt IEEE...

c# is a good way to learn c 14373
Hi Sean, I've used Mozilla for years (currently 1.8b), I have OE on a test box at work, but there's no comparison for NNTP and email. The nice thing with Mozilla...

c# is a good way to learn c 14374
Sean Hederman poked his little head through the XP firewall and said: How many times do I need to point out that this is a simple humorous followup string as...

c# is a good way to learn c 14375
Snip Ah, finally a real argument. The Linux kernel is very similar in architecture to UNIX, and very dissimilar to Minix (see the Tanenbaum-Linus flamefest). It uses the same fork...

C#'s dialog editor stinks
Hi billwg, Re: How a C++ coder could easily beat a C# coder, With C# the button is already...

Loop is great shorthand
Hi SeanHederman ( and Tom, Olaf ), Re: Why I don't like the higher level tools in C++ and C...

What inline function acts like while
Hi Alex, Re: #define mt( x, y ) MoveToEx( DC, x, y, 0 ) #define lt( x, y ) LineTo( DC, x, y ) It makes my code less verbose. You say it's bad... but you can't say why...

Loop is great shorthand
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Alex wrote on Thu, 7 Apr 2005 14:28:32 -0400 Highly debatable that it's good C. But this *is* RelfCode(tm) we're...

C# doesn't allow powerful macros like LoopTo
There is no inline keyword. The JIT decides what to inline. This version doesn't as aggresively...

SheltonC# should be able to match my HTM_TXT.EXE
Here is the code. I wrote this fast since I had a few minutes while the dishwasher finished. It doesn't handle the &#x20. I wanted to ask...

Well done Stefan_Simek
Well, HowdyDoDee, StefanSimek... well done ! But you're not preserving whitespace like I do, you're simply collapsing whitespace, into this: What I do is remove lines...

Well done Stefan_Simek
JeffRelf Thx ;) ?? Well, my conversion of your index.htm is byte-to-byte equivalent except for two empty...

define is too dangerous for C# kiddies like Shelton
Hi TomShelton ( and Bellow ), Re: The peePoor job you did of converting HTML to plain text, You thought you could match my HTMTXT.CPP while your dishes dryed...

It Is Neither
JeffRelf Well -- given that I have yet to see a single person claim to be able to...

Plain text is best, followed by .DOC files
Hi Bailo, Like so many others, I don't want HTMOnly e-mails, but Hotmail.COM and vendors send HTMLOnly e-mails to me, so I convert them to...

How I use LoopTo
Hi OlafBaeyens ( and SeanHederman ), Re: My LowerCaseNG() which converts a Copy of a string like...

I'm all about looks and readability... not speed
Hi Olaf, Are you looking for my original code, or just code that fails ? The previous code I showed...

My code is faster, and more readable... sorry Olaf
Hi Olaf, I used a global instead of a constant or a local, so that it didn't totally optimize away my code. I've since...

Olaf's C++ code is fastest... mine, the most readable, I say
Hi Olaf, Re: This code of mine: uint32 BigFirst32 ( int & X ) { uint8P B = ( uint8P ) & X ; 00 xor edx,edx 02 mov...

A main to test your examples
Hi Olaf, Re: The code you showed me, I didn't understand it. I've found that it helps if you include a main() to test your examples. Further, although I have VisualStudio2003, and therefore I can...

Pounding keys or pounding beers with clients
Hi Hederman, Sorry about the late reply, Re: typedef unsigned int8 * uint8P ; int32 Swap32 ( int32 X ) { uint8P P = ( uint8P ) & X + 4...

Pounding keys or pounding beers with clients
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Sean Hederman wrote on Sat, 9 Apr 2005 14:22:10 +0200 For the record: 32 = 0x00000020 536870912 = 0x20000000 538976288 = 0x20202020 Interesting glitch. snip for brevity...

I want an answer, Spooky
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, JeffRelf wrote on 12 Apr 2005 03:32:17 GMT Oops. My bad. Nice to feel needed. I'm fulltime, mister. At least you've figured out that #including "implementation.c" is...

Large_is_First_32 vs. Swap_32_Doubleswap
Hi Spooky, Re: If you could try my Swap32() in gcc, ( Or is it supposed to swap only on big-endian hardware ? Is it supposed to even *run* on big-endian hardware ? ) gcc version...

More disciplined
Hi BackOfMyHand ( and Tom ) Re: How much faster... and flexible... and readable, my LoopTo(), LoopXx() macros are compared to RegEx...

c# is a good way to learn c 14397
Linønut Heavens, nut, you're totally missing the boat! Too much time spent defending the OSS initiatives probably. This kind of stuff is...

c# is a good way to learn c 14398
Tom Shelton poked his little head through the XP firewall and said: I've been burned too many times by crap libraries (MFC is the best example) to blithely adopt someone else's code...

C#'s high level routines are compromises. 14399
of time, you need MS C++ 7.1 ( which is, de facto, the latest C from Microsoft ). ... belt, you can go with C...

The STL and C# make people lazy. 14400
good. How do you measure "good"? "Fast"? Perhaps nobody else could produce anything half as...

How many hoursdays did you invest in learning my Trite_Tiny code
Hi BruceWood, Re: How my Simple HTMtoplaintext challenge went unmet, with only my code producing anything of any...

The STL and C# make people lazy. 14402
Bruce Wood Bruce, This is where I thoroughly disagree with you. If the cost of something is $1M, then the cost of something is $1M. A...

MS_DevStudio... Right
You used MicroSoft's debugger then, I buttume, MSDevStudio... Right ? ( or VisualStudio ) VisualStudioNet2003 allows OnTheFly macros, I hit F7 to start-stop recording and then F8 to play it. The socalled quickMacro can...

MS_C built MS_Office... not C#, not Java
It would be ironic and quite funny, but I doubt it for the following reasons: 1- It would be really silly for MS to get shafted...

The STL and C# make people lazy. 14405
Hey - thats something Ive been looking for, hence why I took a look. Standard methods? # defining common language constructs to something that youre familiar with...yuk! Id hate to have to maintain...

An unbiased analysis of Microsoft.Public.Dotnet.General
No, JeffRelf was the name given to me when I was born in Seattle at the start...

I won't be blamed for Hederman's lack of effort. 14407
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, JeffRelf wrote on 09 Apr 2005 08:01:34 GMT Hm...where to start? 1 int8 isn't exactly...

It's called Precedence... look it up
Hi Spooky, Now you are Really peeing me off. Acording to MSCPP71's documentation, the following code is executed left to right O N L Y ! It's called Precedence... look it up...

Such fast and pretty code
Hi Spooky, I'm saying that the following could should work, but doesn't: LargeisFirst32 ( int X ) { unsigned char * P...

Such fast and pretty code ! 14410
Variations of my BigFirst32() illustrate serious problems with MSCPP, not just with SequencePoints, but, even more seriously...

Such fast and pretty code ! 14411
But that's a quirk, of course. The solution would be to modify the MSCPP and gcc compilers themselves, as well as the C2006 standard, to introduce Many more sequence points. For example, Each...

Such fast and pretty code ! 14412
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, JeffRelf wrote on 15 Apr 2005 04:15:06 GMT I don't. This is a hobby. :-) But I've used it in the past, in the 8088 PC era...

Implementing extra Sequence_Points
provide a socalled SequencePoint in C99, gcc or MSCPP71, I think MicroSoft won't implement extra SequencePoints for...

MS_CPP_7_1's precedence is well defined
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Hurray for Peter Pumpkinhead wrote on Wed, 13 Apr 2005 07:12:37 -0700 Then one has unpredictable behavior and will be lucky to get a result even remotely reproducible, and probably one...

It's called Precedence... look it up
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, JeffRelf wrote on 12 Apr 2005 07:24:44 GMT I have more than a clue than you might think. The HP PA Risc architecture, for instance (a Unix workstation running...

I won't be blamed for Hederman's lack of effort. 14416
Ahh. I had a feeling that you were an academic. In a world in which money doesn't matter, I can see your point. However, in my world...

Don't blame me for your lack of effortliteracy
Hi BruceWood, Re: Your long essay about why you think my code is too academic for the commercial world, I'm both commercial and academic. For example, I delivered code to paying customers not 3...

C#'s high level routines are compromises. 14418
There are myriad problems with this. 1. There is only a limited number of gurus to go around. 2. Most gurus...

C#'s high level routines are compromises. 14419
Bruce Wood I think there are more than you might imagine; alternatively, there are a lot of...

C#'s high level routines are compromises. 14420
couple thing stuff, more throw do abstract programming never Your second statement is true. The VB programmer would always take 2...

C#'s high level routines are compromises. 14421
As a further note on this topic, a war story from my past. I spent four years working for a large company (that...



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