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    Re: Finidng A point On A Line

    post it. its always fun to see this stuff.
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    Re: How did you learn to program

    His list inst really the truth there are more variables involved. Some one should make a language chooser, maybe ill do that just for fun.
    (and for a reason to make a gtk application)
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    Re: Efficient vs. Readable Code

    um recursion is jsut as viable as looping and jsut as readible. The formattign though sucks.
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    Re: What's your Favorite IDE?

    it was because most ubuntu users never want to see vim, but to be posix compliant they had to keep in a form of vi. They where trying to cut down on as much bloat as possible since most people wont...
  5. Re: Launchpad: how do I restrict access to a branch to specified individuals?

    well that isnt an open source methodology really so idk if launchpad will let you do that. Your better off leaving it open to dl, but i think ucan restrict upload?
  6. Thread: Shell Script

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    Re: Shell Script

    hehe. ok basically you cant make it extension insensitve because in linux abc.txt is completely different form abc.so or abc or abc.sh

    first of all instead of .txt you should be using .sh....
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    Re: How Does a Mud Work?

    here is my idea. Each room is a class made up various arrays one is an array of say items another is an array of characters
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    Re: What's your Favorite IDE?

    huh... thats not an ide or editor man
  9. Thread: Stacks

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    Re: Stacks

    EDIT: sorry abit hostile.

    I dont know its cool in theory but it will be flawed in execution.
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    Re: Stacks

    I had a simular idea... However, if you logically name your heirarchy it shouldnt be to hard to navigate

    ex I do it kinda like this


    \
    |- development
    | |- java
    | |- python
    | |- c family
  11. Thread: Web IDE?

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    Re: Web IDE?

    cssed is nice. I really like that color swatch. I used to go to gimp to get my colours (I know stupid of me).
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    Re: Web IDE?

    swiftweaske is a faster version of firefox for debian and thunar is the xfce file manager I like it better than nautilus
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    Re: "power" of a language

    I only see a flame war.
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    Re: Web IDE?

    I use (I code primarially in php5) emacs, nothing beats it for me (do note I used to be a vim evangelist and I still use both). Emacs + a Terminal + a Thunar window if I need visualization of the...
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    Re: Twins v0.4 released.

    I think I can handle the error if you want... It shouldnt be that hard just a simple try except OSError
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    Re: QT framework in ubuntu!

    I am a day in day out gnome user and I like using qt myself. Their are ways to integrate it better, but not completely (yet).
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    Re: QT framework in ubuntu!

    haha... The one time pmasiar doesnt mention python he gets some one into it.

    PyQt is great I have been using it for the past day and I liek ti better than wxpython, but thats kinda obvious.
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    Re: QT framework in ubuntu!

    ok. Every one step back from the computer. No reaso n to go insulting people.

    Their are times when we can be abit rude to windows people (and I appologize for us as a whole), but honestly every...
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    Gui Toolkits: Qt4, Wx or GTK

    Any way, so I just started doing some GUI programming (finally). I did soem wxpython to start off. I liked it and after I understood signals, however, it didnt feel pythonic. I tried to find PyGTK...
  20. Re: How to burn .bin/.cue files with K3B for absolute Newbies.

    I am getting a real problem here...

    I have been trying to burn some bin cues but every time I burn it when I go play it in my dvd player I get a rolling thing if you know what I mean... I tried it...
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    Re: Twins v0.4 released.

    ooh... looks cool. looks cool I need soemthign to scan for duplicate songs for me, but thats more of an id3 thing

    One mroe suggestion. It would be cool if you did something liek modularize it and...
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    Re: Is my python install broken?

    that was good. DOnt worry happens to every one. You can just prepend it if you want (eg I would do cwrandom (my initials)) or I would come up wiht a wise *** name (like how Why names his ruby...
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    Re: Customising user login

    The randomness was for comic relief. Sorry mate.
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    Re: Customising user login

    ah the classic burnign hatred of humanity. THat is sucha nice thing to have isnt it.

    My suggestion... Convert to buddhism so the burning hatred doenst develop... Just a sly tounge in cheek hermit...
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    Re: I am making a Game Maker

    I would suggest doing something like this.

    Write the core code in C++ (the stuff that needs to be fast) write the GUI in either C++ or python and have all scripting in python via Python bindings...
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