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chess in 2 kilobytesAnonymous on Apr 16
J interpreterAnonymous on Apr 12
Union troublesSimmons on Mar 17
 Re: Union troublesMichael Calkins on Mar 17
 As MCalkins said...Anonymous on Mar 19
Why the << and >> for cout and cin?Simmons on Mar 17
 Re: Why the << and >> for cout and cin?Michael Calkins on Mar 17
  Is it because of the wonky string types in C++?Simmons on Mar 17
   Re: Is it because of the wonky string types in C++?Michael Calkins on Mar 17
   Consider this...Anonymous on Mar 19
    `>>` in the shell also redirects but appends instead of overwritingAnonymous on Mar 19
    *So its imitating linux / bash, if I read you correctly?Simmons on Mar 20
     Not so much imitating as drawing inspiration from it.Anonymous on Mar 20
     *DOS/Windows command interpreters also use those symbols for redirection.Michael Calkins on Mar 20
      true, i learned them in dos first, but they must predate dosmn on Mar 20
       *the csh might predate the bourne shell by a year or two-- theyre both late 70smn on Mar 20
       If Wikipedia and its sources are to be believed, redirection operators are *old*!Anonymous on Mar 20
        * Aside: the C shell was innovative...and full of bugs; System V forever? #bsd-must-dieAnonymous on Mar 20
       Dos promptsSimmons on Mar 20
        Re: Dos promptsMichael Calkins on Mar 20
         $P$g is: $path $greaterthanmn on Mar 20
          *I had meant to type $P$G (both capitalized). ughhh...Michael Calkins on Mar 20
           *running freedos in qemu, it does not appear to care which of the two you usemn on Mar 20
           *yeah, it doesnt matter in the docs either.mn on Mar 20
            Butta Bing *Bing on Apr 9
             *What's this about? Removing Mennonite's name from the index?Michael Calkins on Apr 9
              I assumed it was merely a joke at my expenseGill Bates on Apr 9
Tic Tac Toe game- on Feb 11
 *with indentationAnonymous on Feb 18
 Visual Studio doesn't like scanfSimmons on Mar 12
  file a bug reportmn on Mar 13
   *i could even be wrong about this example-- its still typical for themmn on Mar 13
    You gave as good an answer as anySimmons on Mar 13
     thanks, but im not sure thats the casemn on Mar 13
C : a purely functional programming language from AT&T Bell Labsaoeu on Feb 23
 *I think this is important stuff, can anyone dumb it down a bit?Simmons on Mar 17
  I always thought that C++ was an extension of CSimmons on Mar 17
   Re: I always thought that C++ was an extension of CMichael Calkins on Mar 17
ruby is working on/with a c interpreter?mn on Jan 17
 Re: ruby is working on/with a c interpreter?AlGoreIthm on Feb 21
 *interpreted code is always slower than compiled code. Anyway, C interpreters do exist.Anonymous on Oct 13
Block drawing characters (curses)Anonymous on Dec 29
Circles program, C portAnonymous on Oct 28
 * for(;SMILEY is for(;;)Anonymous on Oct 28
 *nice! i haven't posted any curses code yet; rarely use it. some1 should port urwid to cmn on Oct 29
 * I think you lost some of your <s. Please uncheck "Enable formatted text" and repost.Michael Calkins on Nov 1
  *or leave it enabled, and change each of them to &amp;lt;mn on Nov 1
   *that's &lt; ...the preview now converts text that is literal in the actual title :Pmn on Nov 1
my graphics decision.Michael Calkins on Oct 25
 *time for you to start working on reactosmn on Oct 25
  I'm definitely not qualified yet.Michael Calkins on Oct 25
 * i'm thinking that's the window size, not the client area.michael calkins on Oct 25
  i don't know where else to put this, so i'm going to put it as a replymn on Oct 25
   * thanks. I agree ease is important.Michael Calkins on Oct 27
 *(URL) proposal to add 2D graphics to Standard C++.Michael Calkins on Oct 27

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