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Delphi & RAD Studio by Cyril Drabblefig - Tue, 25 Feb 2014 06:01:46 EST ID:ZFRYAs8Y No.31113 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What's your opinion on Delphi and RAD Studio? How would you compare it to C# and Visual Studio? People say it's "old solution" and everyone run away from it but as I see it: it's actively developed, is as old as Ruby and newer than C++ which are great even today (and which needs to be backward compatible while Delphi isn't), syntax seems fun, new technologies are supported... what's wrong with Delphi that is has so bad opinion? There is no free version like Visual Studio Express - that could be a reason for young developers like me to not be interested in it but... is there something more?

The reason I'm asking this is because this company I'll be working for now is developing in Delphi. I know C# and Python, wanted to go for C++ now and I could ask for RAD Studio C++ Builder but...
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Sophie Brovinghock - Tue, 25 Feb 2014 14:57:37 EST ID:5Mbyzmad No.31114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31113
IDK the only version of Delphi I've used was Borland Delphi 5.

Honestly compared to VB5-6(came out around the same time i think.) The Object Toolbox(UI) was much better a lot of built in objects that don't require dependencies was fuckin sweet!! The syntax was harder to figure out obviously. It's a good lang IMO I would code in it again.
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Ernest Brenkinwater - Tue, 25 Feb 2014 19:17:24 EST ID:+TPzajso No.31115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31113
I've used RAD Studio for many C++ projects. It's solid, but I do have some complaints:
1) You basically have to deal with both C++ and Delphi libraries. So, C++ strings start indexing at 0, Delphi ones at 1.
2) C++ naming conventions are one way, Delphi ones another.
3) I broke the compiler at one point: I think I was trying to make a template friend function, and the compiler would just spit out an error. I copied the code into Visual Studio and it worked fine though.
4) It's not free, so if I have to leave my code behind for the next guy, I may be forced to use VS because he won't have RADS.
5) It took them forever to support 64-bit integers (assuming that the newest version even has them).

Honestly, I'd just use C# if the program can get away with using it. Do you really need that extra speed of C++? As for Delphi, what does it have over C#? C# is much more popular, so it's easier to find answers to questions, and find libraries in it.


Fuck Off Haters SRC by DJ BrU - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 17:58:49 EST ID:5Mbyzmad No.31050 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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//Fuck Off Haters SRC

//Coded By BrÜ

#include "stdafx.h"

#include <string>

#include <iostream>

#include "windows.h"

using namespace std;

void Cycle (string Str, int Pause)
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William Wuffinglatch - Sun, 23 Feb 2014 09:14:35 EST ID:xtelIQ1k No.31107 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>31106
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Angus Chendlehood - Sun, 23 Feb 2014 13:37:07 EST ID:gLfws0AG No.31108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
int i1=S.length();
for(int i1=(0);S.length();i1++)

wat
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Phyllis Crannerdock - Mon, 24 Feb 2014 04:00:58 EST ID:WCr8jo+D No.31109 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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0/10
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/a/ friend - Mon, 24 Feb 2014 20:21:55 EST ID:zjYQPhXZ No.31110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31109
i love dilbert, but not as much
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/a/ friend - Mon, 24 Feb 2014 20:22:26 EST ID:zjYQPhXZ No.31111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31110
as i love quads
get


.NET Cycle Through Notify Icons by DJ BrU - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 15:37:54 EST ID:5Mbyzmad No.31047 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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' This code cycles through four .ico files named 1.ico - 4.ico.

'Notify Icon Cycle SRC

'Coded By BrÜ

Public Class Form1

Public Cycles As Long = 0

Public Int As Long = 0

Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
On Error Resume Next
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Angus Nemmlehire - Thu, 20 Feb 2014 19:07:28 EST ID:5Mbyzmad No.31078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31076
On Error Goto YourMother
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DJ BrU - Thu, 20 Feb 2014 19:14:25 EST ID:5Mbyzmad No.31079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31076
The saying that it is bad practice 100% of the time is not entirely true.

I handle exceptions when needed.
The fear is that "On Error Resume Next" will overlook serious exception errors. A one function app. I don't think we have much to worry about here now do we?
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DJ BrU - Thu, 20 Feb 2014 19:20:00 EST ID:5Mbyzmad No.31080 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31079
Of course I always write the top line last :).
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Edward Dredgetatch - Fri, 21 Feb 2014 14:39:13 EST ID:T3FPGpDn No.31091 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31079
Everyone was a beginner at one point, don't take a bit of light trolling so personally.
    Keep Calm
and
Carry on Coding
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DJ BrU - Sat, 22 Feb 2014 22:16:39 EST ID:5Mbyzmad No.31104 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31091
Yeah but it's annoying when beginners try to tell you how to write code.


I need help with firefox by Graham Sezzlepudge - Sat, 22 Feb 2014 13:16:06 EST ID:Wb4zw6OE No.31097 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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After installing adblock for firefox, its all messed up. It will no longer remember my home page even though i have the settings set on a home page. And no longer can i click on the ''back'' button because it is now always gray, as if there never was a previous page.
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Graham Sezzlepudge - Sat, 22 Feb 2014 13:48:00 EST ID:Wb4zw6OE No.31098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31097

it has messed up firefox VERY BAD. I have now uninstalled and reinstalled Firefox 2 times. At first everything appears fine. But then the 3rd time i open the browser, it appears all messed up. No home page, altered controls and a settings system
that does not work. I cannot even open the ''addon'' manager to remove the addblock if it is even there. But i am going to reinstall firefox and see if i can open the addon manager while firefox still works. Hopefully for some reason the adblock is still
there, meaning that i can simply remove it for this bullshit to end.
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Graham Sezzlepudge - Sat, 22 Feb 2014 13:52:47 EST ID:Wb4zw6OE No.31099 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31098

yeah that fixed it alright. I guess i just have to live with annoying adds.


css problem by Angus Honeygold - Tue, 04 Feb 2014 00:06:04 EST ID:zLZp4njA No.30880 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Every time I minimize my page my navigation and content collide into eachother.
This page is in testing and still no where done. go ahead and look at my style script, it's the only reason why this would be a problem
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Ebenezer Dartville - Sat, 08 Feb 2014 09:00:50 EST ID:JW6Y7jvE No.30916 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30915
Here's another failed attempt, for the record: http://jsfiddle.net/WVbCb/
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Ebenezer Dartville - Sat, 08 Feb 2014 14:59:33 EST ID:JW6Y7jvE No.30919 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30916
So, I just read about CSS3 flex-boxes. They seem like the Right Way to solve this problem. The MDN seems to support this too: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Guide/CSS/Flexible_boxes

Here's a small example that's easier to understand: http://jsfiddle.net/vPYLp/

Support for it seems pretty recent ( http://caniuse.com/#feat=flexbox ), but it seems to work fine with all the most-recent versions of the browsers that I tried. (Chrome, FF, Opera, and IE, on Windows)

The op may want to seriously consider using it. It's much less painful than doing the float method imo.
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Augustus Chirringwit - Thu, 20 Feb 2014 20:57:13 EST ID:+TPzajso No.31083 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30919
Btw, you don't need to use floats for a grid of thumbnails (like at http://anichart.net/winter ) anymore either, because flexbox can do that too.

Grid : http://jsfiddle.net/JUq7C/
Holy Grail : http://jsfiddle.net/D8q7T/
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Phyllis Greenway - Thu, 20 Feb 2014 21:44:30 EST ID:wP4HBN/E No.31084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bro, first, get an editor:

http://www.vim.org/download.php
http://www.sublimetext.com/

then go read all this tutorials:

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Tutorials

then, go get bootstrap:

http://getbootstrap.com/
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Albert Ginkinmidging - Sat, 22 Feb 2014 11:27:08 EST ID:CmcHTLaD No.31096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP, what grade did you get on your project? How did you choose to solve your issue?


True Internet Freedom Programming Software/Hardware by Cornelius Dricklestudge - Wed, 08 Jan 2014 11:55:13 EST ID:9mTYGMig No.30700 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what about internets that works like bitcoin. A little bit of the net on everyone's computer. But instead of centralized sites it would work more like instant messaging, however each user could save all of their own web pages, even if web page was modified by someone else. So when they download all the pages they can save them if they want to keep a record. But it would all work with 100% encryption in every facet of the internet. Hardware, operating system, software and packet send/receive.

So imagine email, instant messaging, web pages, video and audio as well as video games all encrypted and 100% peer2peer. You can't send someone something unless their computer is on and set to receive. You could possibly put certain messages and commands on a token-ring-like waiting roster until your friend comes online, then it will send it to them. But that wouldn't be done with any server, all peer 2 peer and directly from your own computer. Everything would be kept safe with encryption, and you could totally use bitcoin with the network, just like how you use bitcoin with the current inet so you could also keep your finances perfectly safe as well.

I think this is a great idea. I know plenty of people are smart enough to have already thought of this crap, but it would shut down the net, because the government would put a stop to the fact that using this type of technology would make it nearly impossible for them to find you and masturbate to your grandma's knickers.

But the hardware is where the real problem lies. We need fpga chips, but ones that are not made from any company that does NOT open source the hardware. Because if they don't open source it, the NSA most likely convinced that company to put hardware backdoors in it. So we should all really learn how to program and design computer hardware for this monstrous task of freeing up the internet.

what does anon think i'm sorry it sounded boring but if you don't respond ur a ghey

yes the pic is me
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Priscilla Guttingson - Fri, 24 Jan 2014 13:16:53 EST ID:vhgZIlcV No.30805 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30802
So you are suggesting switching from using one set of wires to transmit data to two. Fair enough, it does make it harder to sniff. This is however something software guys tend to call "Security through obscurity". Most people don't see that as a good solution.

that ZDNet article you linked failed to mention a part (I think is fairly important) of the source it cited:
The MitM cannot create a cert that would seem to be coming from the original server without their private key.

The likely problem is that an unwanted group has the private key for one or more certs that every device comes bundled with. One solution would be to throw all those away and use some trusted method to transfer (likely physical, although I'm not sure if people trust even that anymore) new certs for each server you want to talk to. Unfortunately that is not quite feasible. It's not as over the top as sending new satellites and using them to create a p2p network between a few billion devices, but still.

There are efforts to change things. DNSsec for one sounds it could do good, but then again there is no knowing what stuff gets forced there / DNS servers. Some browser plugins that replace the current root-certificate reliance with network of trust between people.

Unfortunately OP is right in that for perfect security you cannot trust anyone at any level, not software nor hardware. I still find his visions of New World Web delusional so I guess I'll just have to consider everything I do online as public information.
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Shit Blittingnodging - Fri, 24 Jan 2014 14:39:38 EST ID:9mTYGMig No.30806 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30805
it's hardware and software. This is not to say that the government can come in your property, find your fiber optic line and interject their own to monitor all your activity. But the thing is since everything is encrypted and the network works p2p and is not centralized in anyway, the only way they could ever compromise your network or computers is if you have personal information on it. But the network encourages free and anonymous usage, right down to your name, age, location and the use of bitcoin and other alternative coins for finances. They simply can't figure out who you are from simply sniffing packets even if they can break the encryption. Your own fault if you don't follow the 3 simple rules. No name, no banks and no personal information.
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Lillian Gerrysedge - Mon, 27 Jan 2014 23:33:00 EST ID:JPqQ1rIF No.30830 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP described GNUNet
Now go learn C and implement whatever you want, the DHT and encrypted p2p is already done.
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Barnaby Snodcocke - Tue, 28 Jan 2014 12:22:01 EST ID:9mTYGMig No.30837 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30830
no i just need to learn how to make silica crystals
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Alice Cocklebury - Fri, 21 Feb 2014 03:06:19 EST ID:9mTYGMig No.31089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30837
OP here. Actually people on this forum are more acceptable as deserve to live than the guys on /tinfoil/


simpe grep question (bash) by John Tootville - Thu, 20 Feb 2014 22:08:02 EST ID:6ui0N+F9 No.31086 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello, I am using grep and trying to do this question. It is very simple but I'm having trouble with this question since it always includes the word "best" in one that should be excluded.


List all the lines in the “f3.txt” file that contain words with a character ‘b’ not followed by a character ‘e’


this is the command I used
Grep –n b[^e]

I believe it should find a word that begins with be and exclude the e. But is not doing so
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Henry Pengerfere - Fri, 21 Feb 2014 03:06:28 EST ID:xtelIQ1k No.31090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If putting the expression in quotes gives you the results you expect, your problem is accidental bash expansion.
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William Feffingfield - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 18:51:55 EST ID:Ri27kjQr No.32439 Ignore Report Quick Reply
 derp 


this site is almost impossible to manouver on a phone by Martha Smallshit - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 07:37:07 EST ID:gyzYu0SC No.31045 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Tsap /prog/
I want to see if my for steering a trailer axle according to the tractors front wheel angle and speed, is as accurate as i imagine.
Any software tools to help me do this?
Or how can i best simulate the movements from scratch?
I'm using python and am very much an amateur
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Sidney Sobberduck - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 14:11:11 EST ID:T3FPGpDn No.31046 Ignore Report Quick Reply
wat
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Cyril Meshstet - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 17:54:33 EST ID:1AZI35sd No.31049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Wait.. what are you trying to do again?
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William Blatherwell - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 19:02:33 EST ID:kv8bxsSs No.31053 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this is interesting. back in the 90s i knew someoen who was implementing computer assisted steering and parking for large trucks (as they blindly back into loading docks, say).

im sure you can simulate this somehow using one of the large cad or mechanical software products, but for something on this scale i would do all the simulation and math inside your code and then render it in wireframe using opengl or something to verify it's correct.


Unity C# by Beatrice Bittingchat - Mon, 17 Feb 2014 09:08:48 EST ID:wJcdYybI No.31010 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Having trouble converting from a String to an Int.
Not sure how to deal with the format exception.
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DJ BrU - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 01:05:17 EST ID:5Mbyzmad No.31039 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dunno about Unity C# but in Visual C# the code looks like this:

int Int = Int32.Parse("69");
Console.WriteLine(Int);
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DJ BrU - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 02:13:26 EST ID:5Mbyzmad No.31040 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31039
Found it:

http://answers.unity3d.com/questions/55781/convert-int-to-string.html
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DJ BrU - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 02:14:32 EST ID:5Mbyzmad No.31041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31040
http://answers.unity3d.com/questions/37756/how-to-turn-a-string-to-an-int.html


Valentines Day gift for your GF in C++ by DJ BrU - Sat, 15 Feb 2014 01:39:54 EST ID:5Mbyzmad No.30990 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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//Happy Valentine's Day SRC

//Coded By BrÜ

#include "stdafx.h"

#include <iostream>

#include "windows.h"

using namespace std;

int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[])
{
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DJ BrU - Mon, 17 Feb 2014 17:37:32 EST ID:5Mbyzmad No.31022 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31014
Oh F-off so I didn't write a function or use a loop big deal same results.

Does it really matter when the end user sees the same thing?
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Betsy Fallydale - Mon, 17 Feb 2014 23:47:08 EST ID:5Mbyzmad No.31026 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31003
I say good work bro if it gets women to give it up. Im all for it!! U jelly he got some for being creative?
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Shit Hesslefield - Tue, 18 Feb 2014 00:22:08 EST ID:D0GuSL2t No.31027 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31022
>>31026
Why are you so offended by this? Your code sucks, deal with it.
Are you 10 or something? Im starting to think your moms name is Brittany.
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Emma Fassleville - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 00:59:15 EST ID:5Mbyzmad No.31038 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31027
Cuz the guy codes somthing original and nice for his gf. Then we flame cmon grow up.
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Reuben Fanfield - Wed, 19 Feb 2014 05:51:32 EST ID:gLfws0AG No.31043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31038
We know you're samefagging because of your ID.
nb


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