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Discord Now Fully Linked With 420chan IRC

JS Canvas Laser Light 3D FX

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- Fri, 05 Jan 2018 16:22:23 EST E0anbCqO No.37255
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<html>
<body onload="setInterval(doit,101);" bgcolor="black">

<canvas id="myCanvas" width="1000" height="1000" style="border:1px solid #black;">
Your browser does not support the HTML5 canvas tag.</canvas>

<script>
function doit(){
var c = document.getElementById("myCanvas");
var ctx = c.getContext("2d");

var gradient = ctx.createLinearGradient(Math.random()*5000,Math.random()*4000, Math.random()*235, Math.random()*235);
gradient.addColorStop("10", "black");
gradient.addColorStop("0.5", "red");
gradient.addColorStop("1.0", "black");

ctx.fillStyle = gradient;
ctx.lineWidth = 10;
ctx.fillRect(100, 1000, 500,250);
}
</script>
</body>
</html>
<center>
<body bgcolor="black" onmousemove="setInterval('doit()',0.3);" onmousedown="drawe" onchange="drawe" ondoubkeclick="drawe;">
<video id="video" autoplay>

<canvas id="canvas" onchange="doit;" onchange="doit;" width="500" height="500" style="opacity:1.0;fillColor:none;">
<script>
var ii=1;
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is this shit even worth it?

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- Tue, 25 Feb 2020 18:19:47 EST /PxwMEAt No.38517
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>be me
>study python for 6 months
>apply for entry level python dev job
>get called for interview
>interview goes great
>they like my personal projects
>"Hey anon, we have no python positions atm. Here's a PHP project. If you do it in 2 weeks you're hired"
>mfw I have to learn php, sql, jquery and js basics AND finish the project in 2 weeks

What should I do? I have no prior experience and I could really use this. Plus it's a work from home job
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Edward Sishcocke - Tue, 25 Feb 2020 21:14:42 EST CzvlG8li No.38518 Reply
Did they lead you to believe there was a Python position available? If yes, you probably don't want to work with them. If no, give this a shot and start building your CV.
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Cyril Gidgespear - Tue, 25 Feb 2020 21:16:57 EST 5BSfU5ae No.38519 Reply
>>38517
>Using PHP and SQL to build laravel apps that generate bootstrap
What is that fucking list?

This is a drug board. This is a shit post. I am rather up there on stimulants at the moment

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- Wed, 05 Feb 2020 19:08:51 EST jlQ0sUgr No.38469
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Hello /prog/

Being as I've spent my time since before the sun went down compulsively railing crushed stimulant tablets and fucking around with my computer, I just wanted to express that it's FUCKING FANTASTIC when some random internet stranger comes out of nowhere and manages to not only find the solution to a scripting problem that I have, because obviously I don't understand the script nearly enough, because obviously I only found the scripting software yesterday and to my knowledge it uses a unique scripting language, and BAM fucking solution to the problem. Here's the script, fucking run that shit and be amazed.

Oh I'm fucking amazed. I'M FUCKING SO AMAZED FUCKING KORNSOMETHINGINTERNET GUY FUCK THANK YOUUUUUUUU

Anyways. I just wanted to say it's great when people more knowledgeable with codes, scripts, and programming languages are nice enough to help those who are far less familiar or skilled with the craft.

FEELS GOOD.

LOOKS GOOD

WORKS GOOD

YOUR GOOD

fuck

LUV U 420CHANS PROGRAMMING PEOPLES
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Ian Bardshaw - Mon, 24 Feb 2020 08:50:08 EST w3xYW6Kp No.38514 Reply
>>38469
I've used stims and programmed. I found the more drugs i took the more productive i was but the quality went down.
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Emma Pucklefet - Mon, 24 Feb 2020 12:41:09 EST UsKhzVYo No.38515 Reply
>>38514
isn't that kind of a paradox? Wouldn't quality be a modifier on productivity?
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Betsy Pablingwit - Tue, 25 Feb 2020 03:20:13 EST ulFtssol No.38516 Reply
>>38515
weed did the same for me.
i wrote easily a few solutions a session, but the next day i overlooked my commits and wondered why i'd implement these things overly complex.

but i got shit done.

Declaring a Constant with four potential values?

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- Mon, 27 Jan 2020 18:55:33 EST cxiYXZa6 No.38430
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In this homework assignment, I've hit a snag. We're working with superclasses and subclasses, and in one of the subclasses he wants us to declare the property as a contant. The trouble is, if I declare a constant property initialized to an empty string, I can't later assign a value to it, and there are four potential values. I get that he wants us to declare it as final with it's associated value, but buggered if I can figure out how to do it...
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Thomas Merringwedge - Sat, 01 Feb 2020 02:43:36 EST gTE5/eSF No.38442 Reply
>>38432

It's not intro. I figured it out. Declaring it as a property of the subclass then adding it as a parameter to the constructor allows me to assign it a value at the time of creation. My teacher is just being a weirdo. He likes to make us do ridiculous things.
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Walter Clayhood - Sat, 15 Feb 2020 04:13:00 EST vKYETtkX No.38495 Reply
>>38432
I think you actually just summarized how React works.
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Basil Sillernane - Mon, 24 Feb 2020 01:21:07 EST CXDAbT7D No.38511 Reply
>>38430
Your mistake was initializing the value as an empty string.

also, it shouldn't be static.

also you need to add a default constructor.

Script-Oriented Game Design Patterns?

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- Fri, 21 Feb 2020 15:01:57 EST T/9YlMHx No.38504
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I'm having trouble finding any good resources for how to design my game around scripts.

It's not hard to parse an XML file and get data from it. It's even easier to use Java's ScriptEngine on a JavaScript String... Heck, you can even use Java as it's own scripting language with runtime compilation/reflections.
Actually creating script files / reading the data isn't the problem I face.

Thanks to Unity's massive popularity: when I try to look up design conventions for using scripts (in games), all I get is Unity tutorials.
I'm sure there's an obscure video with 2 views on it which answer's my question, I'm skeptical YouTube's algorithm will ever deem me worthy of seeing it, however.

My question is how should I use scripts properly? How do I design my code around scripts?

My goal is to write as much of my game as possible with Scripts instead of code. I intend the actual executable to be more of an engine/interface as a go-between between my scripts and Java / the various frameworks I'm using. I am aware of the extra processing overhead scripts add, but I'll just deal with that in loading screens. Being able to add new scripts at runtime is cool but not mission-critical.

Right now it feels like I could do ANYTHING I want with scripts, and I mean... functionally speaking, yes. But that's exactly the problem. It's exactly how I felt when I first discovered a Singleton. Needless to say, if someone feels like they can do "literally anything" they want, it's a sure sign they're about to do something stupid.

Is there a set of conventions / best practices/design patterns specifically concerning an application that revolves around scripts? I have no idea where to begin.

Any reading/resources concerning Script-Oriented software design would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
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Polly Geffingwater - Sun, 23 Feb 2020 07:47:51 EST u6kjJlMz No.38509 Reply
From Game Engine Architecture:

>Script code can play all sorts of roles within a game engine. There’s a gamut of possible architectures, from tiny snippets of script code that perform simple functions on behalf of an object or engine system to high-level scripts that manage the operation of the game. Here are just a few of the possible architectures:

>Scripted callbacks. In this approach, the engine’s functionality is largely hard-coded in the native programming language, but certain key bits of functionality are designed to be customizable. This is often implemented via a hook function or callback—a user-supplied function that is called by the engine for the purpose of allowing customization. Hook functions can be written in the native language, of course, but they can also be written in a scripting language. For example, when updating game objects during the game loop, the engine might call an optional callback function that can be written in script. This gives users the opportunity to customize the way in which the game object updates itself over time.

>Scripted event handler. An event handler is really just a special type of hook function whose purpose is to allow a game object to respond to some relevant occurrence within the game world (e.g., responding to an explosion going off) or within the engine itself (e.g., responding to 16.9. Scripting 1143 an out-of-memory condition). Many game engines allow users to write event handler hooks in script as well as in the native language.

>Extending game object types, or defining new ones, with script. Some scripting languages allow game object types that have been implemented in the native language to be extended via script. In fact, callbacks and event handlers are examples of this on a small scale, but the idea can be extended even to the point of allowing entirely new types of game objects to be defined in script. This might be done via inheritance (i.e., deriving a class written in script from a class written in the native language) or via composition (i.e., attaching an instance of a scripted class to a native game object).

>Scripted components or properties. In a component- or property-based game object model, it only makes sense to permit new components or property objects to be constructed partially or entirely in script. This approach was used by Gas Powered Games for Dungeon Siege. The game object model was property-based, and it was possible to implement properties in either C++ or Gas Powered Games’ custom scripting language, Skrit (http://ds.heavengames.com/library/dstk/skrit/skrit). By the end of the project, they had approximately 148 scripted property types and 21 native C++ property types.

>Script-driven engine. Script might be used to drive an entire engine system. For example, the game object model could conceivably be written entirely in script, calling into the native engine code only when it requires the services of lower-level engine components.

>Script-driven game. Some game engines actually flip the relationship between the native language and the scripting language on its head. In these engines, the script code runs the whole show, and the native engine code acts merely as a library that is called to access certain high-speed features of the engine. The Panda3D engine (http://www. panda3d.org) is an example of this kind of architecture. Panda3D games can be written entirely in the Python language, and the native engine (implemented in C++) acts like a library that is called by script code. (Panda3D games can also be written entirely in C++.)
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Basil Sillernane - Sun, 23 Feb 2020 23:04:11 EST CXDAbT7D No.38510 Reply
>>38509
Yeah that looks like it could be a good read. I'll just shoplift it from my library instead of libgen tho. (I don't like e-books if there's a hardcopy alternative)
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Esther Sovingdidging - Mon, 24 Feb 2020 03:11:53 EST u6kjJlMz No.38513 Reply
>>38510
Well you are a Java programmer. Keep making bad decisions.

A ridiculous sequence of courses

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- Sun, 04 Jun 2017 02:38:16 EST HC1vVHLz No.37033
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Hello, I made and actually did all this (including the 'grad level' research electives, except for the coding theory book)
https://functionalcs.github.io/curriculum/

It's easier than it looks, it took me 3 years to do that. I did it about 3-4 hrs a day at first but then everything kind of snowballed and I finished it with only 1hr a day after the first year. These days I'm finishing The Art of Computer Programming series, I'm done up to book 4A and doing 4B draft at the same time. I just do it 20-30mins a day.

I cannot shill TAOCP enough, it totally changed me from amateur to professional computer scientist by just doing hundreds and hundreds of exercises. 20mins a day, for one year, it's all you need for the first book. Anyway, pick and choose what you want from this list and enjoy

I make money from cloning shopify apps, and I work P/T on https://turtle.ai/ though much more infrequently these days. I started out shilling myself on elance (now "upwork") as a jr developer and literally taking jobs from 3rd world countries for less than I would spend on lunch. I also work 2 days a week at my local university doing "ML" (statistics) for a cancer research lab making peanuts but it's research, and fun to do, and I don't need the money. The book in that above link, "Parallel and Sequential Algorithms" was directly responsible for the lab hiring me. Anyway anons I'm here to tell you to try this have a good day.
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Jarvis Foffingfuck - Fri, 21 Feb 2020 01:41:05 EST x6K3CZQk No.38501 Reply
>>38499
Interesting, I'll go through the other semesters on OLI, though I don't know if I want to cover an entire imperative course, I'd actually rather cover Cornell's 3110 and the vast trove of recommendations at the end of each chapter. I liked 15-122 when I did it w/lectures in the past but most of the material you can kind of figure out yourself, whereas 3110 there's some tricky stuff in there, plus 3110 teaches you every single language all at once just it doesn't look like it at first glance. Functional AI is also awesome, if you're going the writing your own custom software route. It's one of those things where you think to yourself 'no way will this work' and magically it does, and runs without a problem even in production searching through terabytes of data feeds.

There's another thing I'm doing and not telling the fool following my little AI side gig, knowing the fundamentals of mathematics and computer science in a Tao instructed way, is in extreme demand, because there are places that look to hire people who can scale up their research platform so that hypothesis testing and generation is automated, correctly. They're called Jane Street, RenTech, DE Shaw, etc. There is no better way to know this than doing current curriculum AI. I don't want to include this as a shill for these kinds of companies but it's true. I also kind of hope somebody follows my little meme list and writes their own Jarvis or something, focusing on 'big picture' papers and avoiding the tedious statistics, but either way if you don't become Iron Man you can still find a home manipulating wall street.

I took a bunch of time off because of coronachan and a side gig which was far more successful than I anticipated but I'm still committed to reckless education with no credentials so the AI curriculum continues.


>>38500
Depends on your goals, we live in a credential oriented world. I personally hate school, I don't like going everyday, I don't like being forced to take things I know I'm not interested in, I follow the Erik Demaine/Peter Thiel opinion you should just do research yourself but he actually did go to MIT, and took all their shitty electives anyway. If you choose to dropout you need to choose exactly what you want to do and focus all your time on that, which is not easy to do, it took prison and getting released to the shittiest neighborhood in my entire country for me to get my shit in order, otherwise I would've just drifted like I did before. I would have never done these courses, would've never got to where I am now. School at least is a powerful motivator, you actually have to show up and complete it. There's no motivator when you leave, I know because I dropped out of many, many schools and spent all my money on a Combat 84 jacket and tattoos, and lived in bars enjoying the pleb goof lifestyle. That said every successful hacker in history has dropped out of school, so if you have their persistence and motivation, and an absolute clear idea and path what you want to do then by all means do so. Before you do though recognize you are in optimum networking environment, you have access to other students who will want to start things with you and people with PhDs to help you with things you may not even anticipate right now. I also did a year of UoP and while it was shit tier, I still had an interesting convo with one of the Javaschool profs who worked at NYU who specialized in formal methods. We never did anything close to formal methods but I got to pick his brain without paying consulting fees over email, I considered that a win. I also don't think anybody looks at github/previous things you did these days, the industry is even more ridiculous than you think. See this: https://andyadams.org/everything-i-know-about-freelancing/

Something else you may want to try, which is a longshot but still possible, apply to NYU in Abu Dhabi. It's fully paid for, two people I went to UoP with ended up there in second year. Anybody from any university can apply and they're pretty generous with handing out fully paid for transfers but it all depends on your grades in your country, if you are slaying your terrible school you have a good chance of being accepted. NYU is entirely merit based scholarships just they don't advertise this all that much.
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Jarvis Foffingfuck - Fri, 21 Feb 2020 01:54:50 EST x6K3CZQk No.38502 Reply
>>38501
also NYU shanghai, due to coronachan nobody is applying from what I've been told. If it's do or die then try and just go to class in a space suit. They cover your room/board and working in Chyna is no problem for extra money. You need the best grades in your school though

bad at tech

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- Thu, 16 Mar 2017 12:21:25 EST Zudx1stW No.36610
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I graduated with a liberal arts degree from a top private uni in the US a year ago- i originally got admitted for electrical & computer engineering (a top 10 program) and just struggled like hell in that major for 3 years before dropping into a (semi-useless) liberal arts major so i could gtfo with a degree. my gpa is sub >2.5

I got a shitload of C's, D's and F's in my engineering classes cause I was/am immature, had no discipline and never did my homework. i never moved past the sophomore level of courses, i.e I only got to signal processing, circuits, 3D calc, diff eq, thermo, and a bunch of 'intro' programming classes in C++, python. i did way better in my liberal arts classes cause they were mostly jokes. didn't make it to any junior 'specialized' work or any capstones.

now i'm at a small 'consulting' firm where i'm basically an excel monkey/note taking bitch making a bit below 59k a year. Yes i'm lucky to even have a job but i'm a paper pusher and I feel like I'm wasting my potential every day in an industry i give 0 fucks about

i always get an itch to self-study Ruby or something and try and get back into tech, or go back to grad school (dubious with my poopoo gpa) and try again at something 'useful'- even though I blew tits at anything i touched related to tech. at work I still read tech articles, I still have hordes of engineering textbooks i flip through from time to time cause i feel nostalgic.

Should I move on and leave tech behind since I suck at it or is there a chance to redeem myself?
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Riker - Thu, 13 Feb 2020 00:38:12 EST yDp3ZdvL No.38489 Reply
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If you are not motivated and lack discipline start there. Go to therapy, start with a basic routine. Maybe do some push ups every day, cut back on jerking off and drug use. Keep your environment clean ect. cultivate self-discipline.

Your 59k a year job, in some places, would be a very comfortable salary if you are frugal.

That will be your biggest hurdle it sounds like, if you have trouble with the basics and don't have the patience to memorize or understand facts and information then you will be severely handicapped no matter what you pursue, tech or otherwise. You'll never get past the beginning stages of a 'tech' career, or any career for that matter. Your problem lies in the traits of your work ethic and your desire to learn, not lack of access to the information.

Understanding and getting to be really talented at the basics of any kind of skill, hobby or job is essential if you plan on getting better or improving.

Once you figure that out, try to narrow down what you mean by 'tech'. I assume you are talking about careers/academics regarding computer science and information technology. In that case I would highly suggest either watching some youtube videos on those careers or perhaps signing up for a cheap class at a local community college, if you can go to a job fair even better. Talk to people in the industry and see what they have to say, how they got where they are, what skills are required and how much they really enjoy their job. If you go into IT for instance you'll likely be studying for something called a CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) or similar qualification where you'll learn about configuring network switches, subnetting, what an RJ45 adapter is, ect. ect. Mind you, this will be the first step in a long list of certificates proving you know how to use a command line on a router or what cables go where.
You would be the guy they call when someone can't send an email.

If you go into software you'll start with a language or basic math like algebra and calc and (ideally) move towards understanding data structures, discrete structures, what an algorithm is, what front-end/back-end means for website code and the various IDE's, text editors, OS's and shitty forums you'll go to to figure out how to print 'hello world' on whichever language you're goaded into trying for the first time.

tl;dr
don't rely on motivation, cultivate discipline.
Narrow down what you want to do in tech.

I'm also going to echo what >>36614 said about hacker spaces. Those are excellent places to go for this sort of thing.

I'll also say this:
'tech' work, if you will, is highly over-rated. Not everyone makes asstons of money as a developer, IT is dying and your chances of working for a company that isn't hyper-capitalist is very, very low. Oh, and its fucking BORING sometimes. and Monotonous.
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Jarvis Tillingspear - Fri, 14 Feb 2020 03:19:40 EST s0ZWEgcU No.38493 Reply
I hope you don't take this as negativity or someone trying to pull you down, but from what you described you won't actually enjoy programming, it's just not for you... Not everyone in the world can be a programmer, a mathematician, a physicist, a chemist, and I don't mean that you are not capable to, just that it's not your "Dharma", people have other aptitutes and other roles to fill in the world. Find something you enjoy and do it side by side to your job.

t. thirdworlder

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- Tue, 04 Feb 2020 20:35:09 EST mcluWueB No.38462
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Is there any chances to find a job on this board?
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Beta Test Online - Wed, 05 Feb 2020 15:53:03 EST 1o9cRzED No.38468 Reply
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>>38467
Thou Mayest.
Welcome to www.cumshots.net!
>tUh-oh, better hide that VIRGINITY!<
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me - Thu, 06 Feb 2020 00:40:04 EST mcluWueB No.38470 Reply
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>>38468
I'm not pretty enough for such things and withdrawal to my country is unavailable
Thank you for tryin to help
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Ernest Goodshit - Thu, 13 Feb 2020 10:39:54 EST x6K3CZQk No.38492 Reply
If you had to you could get a job on flexjobs answering pizza and other order calls for $6/hr. You could also get another shitty customer support job just answering emails for $6/hr at the same time on flexjobs increasing your salary to USD$12/hr for absolutely shitty work but if you truly are in the 3rd world then $1900 or so per month in salary is a huge amount.

coding an imageboard from scratch

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- Mon, 03 Feb 2020 20:54:01 EST 3uSXQrqI No.38458
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$z= pagehead(0);
if(SHOWPOSTLIST){
$z .= '<div id="postlist"><b>Post list: </b>';
$i = 0;
foreach($op_posts as $pp){
$s = '';
if($pp['subject'] == ''){
if($pp['comment'] == ''){
$s = "(no subject)";
} else {
$s = mb_substr($pp['comment'], 0, 10);
}
} else {
$s = $pp['subject'];
}
$z .= '<a href="'.URLROOT.THREADDIR.$pp['id'].'.html">'.$s.'</a> ('.count($pp['replies']).')';
if($i != count($op_posts)-1){
$z .= ' - ';
}
$i++;
}
$z .= '</div>';
}

posting comments wont work which is weird example when u hit reply u can see the comment when u go to the index.html page u cant

http://186.137.157.226/g/ live demo
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Phoebe Bunfuck - Wed, 05 Feb 2020 09:39:37 EST 1TgY60Rm No.38465 Reply
>>38458
use empty() and trim spaces instead of comparing with ''. You also need to use htmlspecialchars() to escape characters or things like '<' in your subject will break. You also need to use urlencode () for the href.
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Phoebe Bunfuck - Wed, 05 Feb 2020 09:50:01 EST 1TgY60Rm No.38466 Reply
>>38458
Oh, and you might want to use "foreach($op_posts as $i => $pp)", and insert the delimiter first with "if ($i) $z .= ' - ';" before the href and prune all the stuff after.

Thread

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- Sat, 09 Nov 2019 14:26:28 EST PjXtvEop No.38263
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Five Lights - Wed, 13 Nov 2019 21:17:10 EST PjXtvEop No.38270 Reply
oh look, everything's STILL A NIGHTMARE
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Blacklights - Thu, 05 Dec 2019 15:26:37 EST Wrhh1pBq No.38304 Reply
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1956 called, they want their information theory back...
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https://9san.ch/b/ - Sun, 02 Feb 2020 13:41:53 EST koRkh40I No.38452 Reply
very nice thread

I created this social media site because I got kicked off Facebook

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- Sun, 12 Jan 2020 08:52:35 EST SsATvW5N No.38374
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I created this social media site, sharfly.com

Free speech, no bans

check it out, tell me what you think.
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Molly Sangerdodging - Mon, 27 Jan 2020 18:57:00 EST cxiYXZa6 No.38431 Reply
>>38374

trying to sign up, but the page is coming up in Hebrew

Forgetting how to defecate

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- Mon, 20 Jan 2020 14:34:01 EST 5U0840IT No.38404
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You ever have those moments when you gotta read up the documentation for simple shit like a printf?

Today I forgot how to do function declarations in Ruby, despite having worked on a RoR project since March last year - dw I've already flagellated so it's all good now.
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William Penkinridge - Wed, 22 Jan 2020 11:42:43 EST 2uMcyjEl No.38411 Reply
You can forget anything that isn't muscle memory. Trick is not to remember everything but to find what you need very quickly.

Spying aplication

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- Mon, 20 Jan 2020 07:25:39 EST cC75b9f3 No.38403
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Hello anons I'm looking for an android spying drug. FREE. It's supposed to be invisible and so I can download the files on my system.
I apologize in advance for the English

batch coding is vomit

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- Sun, 12 Jan 2020 07:15:08 EST HQAcTPs5 No.38373
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hello, the batch coding language is vomit. thanks.

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