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Asynchronous combinatorial circuits by Thomas Sondlelit - Fri, 20 Dec 2013 12:59:37 EST ID:8J5Kxm+3 No.30580 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been trying to make a delay insensitive carry lookahead adder but It's getting gigantic. I've been using DIMS (pic related) to directly create the small circuits I need to compose the more complex ones but a single carry look ahead unit uses 2 OR gates and 1 AND gate, costing 12 C-gates of area. Making them directly out of C-gates would cost 16 3-input C-gates.
I've looked for alternatives designs for asynchronous circuits but the only one I can find is Null Convention Logic which uses threshold gates. Does anybody have any learning material on what transformations you can perform on NCL circuits or any other alternatives that are delay insensitive?


freeedommmmm by Samuel Noshstot - Thu, 12 Dec 2013 16:59:25 EST ID:ViGhSfAi No.30519 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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there's this program called Freedom that blocks all internet connection on your machine until you restart it, so you can get stuff done like papers and such. From a programming perspective, how do you think they do this?

https://macfreedom.com/
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Ebenezer Chuddlehall - Thu, 12 Dec 2013 17:30:27 EST ID:LRgXFCUp No.30520 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30519
My guess:
Disables the device (windows), ifdown ethx (linux, possibly mac os)

I don't give these people a lot of credit.
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Beatrice Bardway - Thu, 12 Dec 2013 17:48:51 EST ID:PQzGpXuE No.30521 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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by telling windows to shut something off or ending some process needed for internet access, most likely by using the Windows API.

the code is probably dead fucking simple and not even 50 lines.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ff818516(v=vs.85).aspx

this is really more of a tech question than a programming question.
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Shitting Diffingstod - Sun, 29 Dec 2013 19:35:22 EST ID:xtelIQ1k No.30643 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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That'll be $10 please.
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Jack Crunningdale - Tue, 31 Dec 2013 09:56:40 EST ID:xh0Eouzb No.30653 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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or if clicking is too hard for you to understand, you could just - oh, i don't know... unplug your fucking network connection?

charging people $10 for this "software" is a damn scam.


Cannot even Write a macro. by Cornelius Woshbanks - Tue, 05 Nov 2013 03:59:09 EST ID:hf64/npB No.30175 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have no coding experience at all and I am trying to write a macro For a game called Magicka:Wizard wars. I am good at the game and there is an argument in the development forums about the use of macros and how they are not overpowered. My plan was to make a video of how overpower macros are.
However I cannot even get my button presses to be recognized ingame. I was using Auto Hotkey to write the scripts.
A normal
*5::
send:: sdr
return

Doesn't work. Then I read up and it said I had to use a Controlsend. I had no idea how to Implement that but I tried. Spent about five hours on this and I am fucking lost. Could someone point me in the right direction, tell me difference between raw input and simulated input?
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Graham Fondercocke - Tue, 05 Nov 2013 14:24:50 EST ID:dUqCye/w No.30185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30175
>My plan was to make a video of how overpower macros are.
How are they overpowered if you can't use them properly?
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Cornelius Woshbanks - Tue, 05 Nov 2013 16:19:47 EST ID:hf64/npB No.30188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30185
Just because I cannot does not mean others cannot.
Others openly confess to using them, its not a secret.
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Clara Fashwork - Tue, 05 Nov 2013 19:33:59 EST ID:6bkMEFIw No.30191 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30188
Why not let someone who uses them in an overpowered fashion make a video about how they are overpowered then? This is like deciding you should make a video series on which airplanes are the most fun to fly, but you haven't even gone to flight school yet. One step at a time, friend.
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Fuck Fanlock - Mon, 30 Dec 2013 19:29:01 EST ID:mYetc0iT No.30647 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30175
>an argument in the development forums about the use of macros
>Spent about five hours on this

To (dis)prove an argument on an internet forum? Really?


Jobs without C# .NET visual or Java by Ebenezer Channerlock - Wed, 05 Jun 2013 13:31:01 EST ID:20dKspUk No.28723 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I don't know any of those languages and it seems I have screwed myself for doing so. Everyone seems to be looking for web based developers or developers for windows platforms.
I know C, C++, obj-C, Qt, and some Python, HTML, Bash, and haskell.

What sort of entry level jobs should I be looking for or am I just screwed? All I can find are support type jobs. Like tech support for the IT departments of the client using my employers product.

no idea what pic I posted
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Jenny Clecklelune - Thu, 06 Jun 2013 06:58:25 EST ID:L+dcZdjc No.28736 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28735 You know, .NET isn't a net working lib per s?.


>>28723
I started a week ago on learning C#. I also knew java, obj c, python and web development languages. And I can tell you, it's a fucking breeze. It's almost the same as java. Never had a problem(with the language) that i couldn't solve by the first google hit. I'm pretty confisent i can write the same software in c# that i can write in java, and that after mot even a fulltime week. I had a little experience in .net in visual basic though. But .NET is only for the ui stuff and interacting with windows(partially the same thing). Plus that lib is sublimely documented aswell, if you ask me.
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Jenny Clecklelune - Thu, 06 Jun 2013 07:01:56 EST ID:L+dcZdjc No.28737 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28723
Whoops, one thing though, if you make a new project in vis studio. always press the save all button at least once. else the project files arent saved on disk, and are kept in memory. Lost two days of work by forgetting to press that button(my computer crashed). i'm now repeating it and its the worst thing i have ever done involving software development.
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Cornelius Blodgeham - Thu, 06 Jun 2013 07:49:14 EST ID:7CEq0tjv No.28740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>28736

Huh? I did not mention .NET anywhere in my post; Qt is an application framework, Boost is a set of libriaries, both are written in C++. Besides, .NET is much more than UI stuff/Windows interaction.
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Molly Boffinghut - Tue, 11 Jun 2013 17:41:51 EST ID:vLCXfMhb No.28771 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28723
Why don't you learn .NET or JVM languages?

> C, C++
Could get you a job in embedded sytems. But you'd need to know quite a bit about low-level programming.

> HTML
If you add javascript, you could get a work as web designer.

Considering the languages you've already used, you would probably also get an entry-level job in some language that you haven't used yet. Just apply everywhere or consult a recruiter.
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Fuck Wundlestodge - Sat, 15 Jun 2013 01:49:42 EST ID:20dKspUk No.28809 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>28771
How does one actually contact a recruiter? I have had several contact me but I can never find them.


wobsite on the interblag by Frederick Genningson - Sat, 24 Aug 2013 02:56:52 EST ID:cmICxTTG No.29473 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ive got this webcomic ive been working on,
and I want to make a site to put my work on, its just stuff i think is funny,
stupid little stories
how would i go about making a website? and where would i get a domain name?
hows that even work?
what computer languages would be good to know for this?
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Lawman Lui !FPY6fOfoDU - Sat, 24 Aug 2013 04:50:29 EST ID:PSCcx8Xq No.29474 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'll make your website for you for 5 bitcoins
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Jack Fecklefine - Sun, 25 Aug 2013 00:14:06 EST ID:PQzGpXuE No.29484 Ignore Report Quick Reply
get a hosting account with cpanel and fantastico, install wordpress and use it (its easy). the host will also register a domain for you if they are any good.

This is my favorite host so far: http://underhost.com/

fast, offshore, cheap with very quick and helpful tech support.

if you want something custom then you would probably want to learn html, css and javascript.
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Phoebe Henningstotch - Sat, 07 Sep 2013 14:56:43 EST ID:cmICxTTG No.29614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
bump
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Fuck Settingdet - Sun, 10 Nov 2013 13:18:32 EST ID:fUL+L4As No.30233 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just use tumblr and focus on making a good comic. nobody cares about the website itself as long as it has good content, is easy to browse ("first, prev, next, last" and maybe tagging what the individual stories are about) and not overly full of annoying ads. also remember to put a meaningful but non-spoiler title for each. on tumblr, first line of body text is used as title. find a free theme you like.


challenge by Nigger Sellyridge - Sun, 03 Nov 2013 15:07:49 EST ID:RLtbb1Mo No.30151 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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There is a row of n cards. Each one has a number x_i on it, where i ranges from 1 to n. Initially all the cards are face down. Your goal is to find a local minimum: that is, a card i whose number is less than or equal to those of its neighbors, x_(i-1) >= x_i <= x_(i+1). The first and last cards can also be local minima, and they only have one neighbor to compare to. There can be many local minima, but you are only responsible for finding one of them.
Obviously you can solve this problem by turning over all n cards, and scanning through them. However, show that you can find such a minimum by turning over only O(log n) cards.

prof gave us this challenge problem for bonus and I am having trouble coming up with a solution. How would I go about solving this? I have a hunch that there is no O(log n) solution but I can't prove it
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Nathaniel Gonderstore - Sun, 03 Nov 2013 18:32:19 EST ID:gLfws0AG No.30154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm pretty sure there is always a local minimum in any sequence of number. I don't want to prove it but you can certainly do it by induction.

Pick the middle number in your row. If it's a local minimum, return. Otherwise, check what the "slope" is. If it's N-1 < N < N+1 (positive), you know there will be a local minimum to your left. Check the middle number of your left part. If the slope is positive, same case, the local minimum is in the newest left part. If it's negative, the local minimum is somewhere in between.
Rinse and repeat. Divide and conquer algorithm = O(log n)

The worst case is when the row is sorted, and a sorted row is actually very useful, thanks to dichotomic search. It helps to see the sequence as a function graph. I'm not sure if I made any sense.
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Nathaniel Gonderstore - Sun, 03 Nov 2013 18:38:15 EST ID:gLfws0AG No.30155 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30154
Should've put the algorithm in spoiler tags, sorry.
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Jenny Dengerbudging - Mon, 04 Nov 2013 00:32:59 EST ID:4wql24nm No.30158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30154
You are assuming the cards are sorted. OP needs to answer that for us. I'm assuming they aren't because then a binary search alg would work.
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Jenny Dengerbudging - Mon, 04 Nov 2013 00:51:31 EST ID:4wql24nm No.30159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30158
Actually, nevermind. I think your alg works even if it isn't sorted.
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Simon Blabblefuck - Mon, 04 Nov 2013 09:00:02 EST ID:gLfws0AG No.30161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30158
If the cards were sorted, you would just have to return the first (or last) card.
As I said, the worst case scenario is if the cards were sorted, but they're not.

>>30156
The cards are not sorted because that would be stupid.
The number are not sequential because that would make the = in the >= and <= irrelevant.


Oops by Hamilton Driddlefat - Thu, 07 Nov 2013 20:11:14 EST ID:4XPiz7U+ No.30210 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have blagged I could make a website for a band, I know the bare basics of html but how can I make a site that looks halfway decent with verrrry little knowledge? Help me not look like an ass 420chan!
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Martha Cogglesteck - Thu, 07 Nov 2013 21:08:03 EST ID:SxBV6bcN No.30212 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30211
Exactly this. Wordpress is what I would recommend.
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Betsy Blathercocke - Thu, 07 Nov 2013 21:10:40 EST ID:88CZemHK No.30213 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>30210

http://getbootstrap.com/

In the future, don't let your mouth write checks your brain can't cash, fgt.


HTML buttons by George Goodforth - Thu, 31 Oct 2013 00:55:49 EST ID:ocaiFzP4 No.30116 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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so i have a for loop which displays strings out of a session variable. now i want to also print a remove item button with each string <complete>
Now the clincher - I can not get the remove item button to call the method page which deletes the item and I believe it has to do with the fact that I am trying to save a variable in the hyperlink to another site.
Is there a way to send aditional data through a html button?
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Matilda Mocklechick - Fri, 01 Nov 2013 12:03:02 EST ID:Gh4Pnu4g No.30130 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Via php yes we need code or more info plz!!
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Phyllis Hucklehan - Fri, 01 Nov 2013 12:45:13 EST ID:fPCLdbhw No.30131 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you can use a hidden field in your html form
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Ernest Shakecocke - Fri, 01 Nov 2013 21:20:13 EST ID:kv8bxsSs No.30132 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>30131
OP is being intentionally vague so this might not apply, but:

you can do this, but you shouldn't get in the habit of allowing the client control over any "important" data.

for example, in the days of web 1.0 some internet storefronts stored the price of an item for sale in a hidden field. it was trivial to alter the code to send a price of $0.01 instead, and this happened for real more than once.

for a one-off project it doesn't matter, but in production you must manage important state on the server.
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Alice Fimmlened - Tue, 05 Nov 2013 00:22:57 EST ID:jFPn5zpy No.30173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looks like you really need to learn about AJAX. Using a JavaScript library like jQuery will make it much easier.


You must get this a lot by Molly Hedgewit - Thu, 07 Nov 2013 23:21:25 EST ID:cmICxTTG No.30214 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want to learn how to program but I dont know which is a good starting language,
help me decide yes?
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Molly Nussleson - Sat, 09 Nov 2013 13:58:09 EST ID:d9erR9Y/ No.30221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I recommend C++. It's nice, I prefer it to python and Java.
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Samuel Blatherwater - Sat, 09 Nov 2013 14:29:59 EST ID:4wql24nm No.30223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In all seriousness: R.

R is fun, geared toward mathematics, can link up with API real well, and can be made to make webapps.

It's flexible, and it promotes functional programming, but doesn't force you to do. It also is great for read+write, which is the majority of scripting that you will do in the beginning.
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Matilda Dacklebidging - Sat, 09 Nov 2013 21:04:58 EST ID:4wql24nm No.30226 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30225
Why? It's like python but way better. I seriously write all my scripting shit in R. People also get stupidly hyped about it. It's like Hadoop , an uninformed employer actually thinks this will solve their ETL problems.
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Shit Fibbersick - Sat, 09 Nov 2013 23:51:20 EST ID:meRu8DQe No.30227 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm new too and I liked Scheme, but looks like I can use Clojure for more things since it works with Java so I started with clojure again. Maybe if sometime I learn enough it can be a little more useful.
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Lydia Sishbedging - Sun, 10 Nov 2013 04:07:06 EST ID:GVgf8f66 No.30228 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP, this is the only answer that matters: the language doesn't matter.

Your first language is going to be the hardest. There are some core principles which make a good programmer, and very few of them have anything to do with which languages you know, or how well you know them. So here's my suggestion - ask yourself what would be fun to build or do, then figure out which language is best suited to building that kind of thing. My first language was the internal language for the TI-83 graphing calculators, writing a rougelike game to be played on it. Later I learned UNIX scripting, Perl, and Python, because I wanted to automate the hobby home server I had in high school. Then, in college, I learned Java and C because everyone teaches those are college languages. Now, I write Ruby and JavaScript for a living.

So yeah, your first language doesn't matter, nor will it dictate your future. The only important thing is that you can find a project which can keep you interested long enough to learn the core principles of programming which will transfer anywhere.


I have no knowledge of coding whatsoever. by Jack Smallfuck - Mon, 04 Nov 2013 18:57:39 EST ID:Ksr9/McO No.30163 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Pretend I'm a sentient chimp that learned english.
Teach me how to code.
Go.
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Rebecca Bivingbanks - Mon, 04 Nov 2013 19:17:24 EST ID:D0GuSL2t No.30165 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30163
http://www.codecademy.com/
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Eliza Chundlehod - Tue, 05 Nov 2013 02:54:33 EST ID:IyNbkVmG No.30174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>30165
It tells me to Update my browser.
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Cedric Saddleham - Tue, 05 Nov 2013 07:22:48 EST ID:fUL+L4As No.30176 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30174
http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/
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Fanny Cublinglot - Tue, 10 Dec 2013 08:41:57 EST ID:DJYnPPVt No.30502 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30163

How about you pretend that you're a responsible adult and take some initiative in the learning process?


GNU/Linux application for web-development (HTML5, JS, CSS) by Sophie Crankinhall - Mon, 04 Nov 2013 20:16:27 EST ID:nuVYItAE No.30168 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ok so listen up for a second guys

I'm pretty fresh to GNU/Linux, about 4 months or so I believe.
I have decided on a programming language: Python.
I have decided on a text editor: Vim.
But I have one gaping hole left, and that is the application for my web development. To be clear, I don't know why, but I feel like I'd be most comfortable with two separate applications handling my programming (Vim) and my web development (_?_).

I have searched around and what I'm left with is basically gedit with a good extension (Snippets..?) or these IDE's (that I for some reason get the feel of bloat..) Aptana, Komodo, Bluefish, KompoZer, SeaMonkey. I do not know though, that's why I'm asking. Any of those could be great.

>TL;DR Give me your tips on best web development extension for gedit, or the best web development-focused IDE on GNU/Linux.
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Cedric Saddleham - Tue, 05 Nov 2013 07:41:52 EST ID:fUL+L4As No.30178 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30171
Don't listen to this guy. Stick with Vim.
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Augustus Bonkinstod - Tue, 05 Nov 2013 08:34:47 EST ID:vhgZIlcV No.30179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Haven't done any web dev, but what are you looking for in an IDE?
All I can think of are snippets and automatic code checking, which can (I suppose) be done with ultisnips and jslint plugins in vim.

I'm not rooting for vim, but I'm puzzled why would you want to learn another editor if you're happy with it for most of your work.
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kix !!DwAJ8WQQ - Tue, 05 Nov 2013 15:19:23 EST ID:dTNzxY6H No.30186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I find both Kate and Geany to be nice, simple GUI text editors with lots of built in knowledge about syntax and autocompletion (as well as features I never realised they had until I needed them). I'd avoid bloaty, crappy IDEs, of which there are plenty, and stick to a well-featured text editor. Nothing wrong with Vim; redunkulously powerful once you master the keyboard shortcuts.
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Shitting Sosslefoot - Wed, 06 Nov 2013 19:14:28 EST ID:nuVYItAE No.30200 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Okey, I decided on Vim for both subjects.

Now do you guys have any advice on really good Vim-beginner-books which you've read?

Will start learning tomorrow. I feel a bit jittery actually. I usually go through shit way too deep into detail before lift-off and I rarely come far in small goals here and there but I've never felt such a drive and want as I do in Vim, Python, GNU/Linux and FOSS in general. I love it. And I love all of you who are on this similar path.

Thanks.
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Nicholas Bunhall - Thu, 07 Nov 2013 05:42:53 EST ID:6Rj2RXu2 No.30202 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>30201
Is that really enough though? I've heard so many horror-stories about Vim and Emacs, I think I'd be less nervous with some kind of book to help me out along the way.


Session Variables by Alice Dattingshit - Thu, 31 Oct 2013 22:20:17 EST ID:ocaiFzP4 No.30128 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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anyone know how i would go about deleting one using a HTML button?
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Cedric Gollerpag - Thu, 31 Oct 2013 22:39:21 EST ID:k8+nAE03 No.30129 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Use javascript so that clicking the button fires off an ajax post to a php script on the server. Server loads session variables, sees the request from button and does unset($GLOBALS[_SESSION]['whatever']);.


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