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    Re: Visual Basic- any other rubbish languages?

    Java :-)

    When it first came out it was pretty lacking, falling between JavaScript and C. Nobody took it serious either (some still don't), not before Servlets came along. And Applets :-) ah, I...
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    Re: I just saw "V for Vendetta" tonight.

    hurra! a movie, those two titles opened a world of Alan Moore for me :-) can't wait to see it
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    SUN Java for Ubuntu (Breezy)

    This guide is made for those who explicitly wants to run SUN Microsystems' JDK/JRE. For anybody else there are good Java support in the official Java repositories.

    To run the SUN JDK or JRE you...
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    Re: Why is MAME so biased towards netplay?

    The thing is that MAME is a legal grayzone, you are most possibly breaking the law when you installed those mame roms because i bet you dont have a license to use those roms. Mame can be distributed...
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    Re: Quote of the day

    "don't eat the yellow snow" - Frank Zappa
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    Poll: Re: Is ubuntu really safe???

    its possible with all above but it is very very rare in Linux, people can discuss why but so far the badware makers seems to have failed to infest Planet Penguin as much as Microsoft Windows.
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    Re: Forum Layout Organization

    i like the new layout but i don't like the new size, the old 100% size filled my browserwindow nicely and made the forum headers faster to read
  8. Re: logging into my college account w/ ssh, default is Java build 1.4, need 1.5, help

    put this in the end of your .bash_profile:



    export JAVA_HOME="/home/implicitprocrastination/unpackedjdkpath/"
    export PATH="/home/implicitprocrastination/unpackedjdkpath/bin/:${PATH}"

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    Poll: Re: Well I give up with this OS

    yeah i don't see ho the OP is right, i do agree that Linux isn't easy peasy, and i am one of those idiot windows users that have switched and met the culture show, and i too had enormous problesm...
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    Poll: Re: Well I give up with this OS

    thats to bad you can't get java to work for you, you may slam the door when you leave...
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    Re: Web programming.

    and whats next? why don't you correct my spelling or my english too?

    but you got waaaay more forumpoint than me so you gotta be a hotshot of a guy, a real g

    i think i might have wanered into...
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    Re: Web programming.

    liar, and speed reader, i said i the same centence i said i was a java programmer that that doesnt mean i know ****, it just show that you dont know anything about me, and still you attack me

    your...
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    Re: Web programming.

    thats just shows your paranoia, you posted "Java does have one, so you don't know what you're talking about." and was waiting to kick me in the head withc jdbc, but i outflakned you that was all, so...
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    Re: Web programming.

    offf,,,

    http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/api/java/lang/String.html

    equals() and == are not the same for object except String and Integers (and other immutable objects)

    two independantly...
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    Re: Web programming.

    Answer me this: If they weren't overriden, how can the two operations return different values? What you suggest is a logical impossibility.

    Yes, you did.



    you seem very much like the kinda...
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    Re: Web programming.

    hey shithead, i said isset() is used as equals() and == in java to prevent variable bork like null, you know NULL? ever done NULL check or is that below you the ulimate programmer.

    and the reason...
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    Re: Web programming.

    no it means php chooses not to do it because its time consuming, and php aims to render html as fast as possible, what ever the cost


    excuse me are you trying to fool me or don't you simply know...
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    Re: Web programming.

    i think its time for a reality check here, the question is not if php is ugly or not from a language view, hell its only for generating web pages with man!

    you cannot be serious if you write an...
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    Re: Web programming.

    ok, how should the namspace be implemented in php iyo?


    yes if the variable is system critical, but this isn't really php's fault you know, this is because php is interprented language and not a...
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    Re: Web programming.

    i agree php is terrible for reading but including namespace into a language does it even more unreadable, one of the first things programmers in java strugle with is to undertand the namespace, and...
  21. Re: logging into my college account w/ ssh, default is Java build 1.4, need 1.5, help?

    if your desperate just download the sdk tarball from java.sun.com, unpack in your home dir and set a new JAVA_HOME in your .bash_profile
    then put the sdk's bin path infront of the system path in...
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    Re: why Linux has no virus, adware, or spyware?

    good, hopefully this should be very easy to fix, just a script that kills the logfile
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    Re: why Linux has no virus, adware, or spyware?

    https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+bug/34606

    its confirmed now
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    Re: why Linux has no virus, adware, or spyware?

    ah, but then its false alarm then, and those that found the password on their computers is just lying to be interesting (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=143334).

    i'll close the bug and...
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    Re: password visible

    looks like all ubuntu breezy 5.10 installations and all installations upgraded from breezy 5.10 can have this problem, check yourself


    grep -r yourpassword /var
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