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  1. post current code please nb: should always post code, makes it so much easier to understand a problem/work out a fitting solution/ suggest alternatives etc
  2. Sorted =] /en-US/library/dtey3c73(v=VS.100)
  3. Sorry, forgot about the other ":" I mean the one in here: client(blah& thing, . . .) : uno_(thing), dos_(thing)
  4. class client { public: client(blah& thing, . . .) : uno_(thing), dos_(thing) { What does the ":" after the function parameters do? Can't find any info anywhere
  5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOtlSDqNsvQ&hd=1 Just posting best video so far x
  6. There are more than 2 mithril dragons within the game The following statement is true. The previous statement is false.
  7. Wheres the fullscreen button! Countless times I have had to click the video, click it again to load the page, pause it on tif, just so that I could actually watch the video/in fullscreen
  8. Where do you guys get your motivation from?
  9. Can anyone provide some rough averages for drop rates of whips and how many kills per second you achieve?
  10. lmao You didn't even disprove the wheel theory, you simply pointed out that its not truly random. Congratulations, it's not like you can use that knowledge to do anything.
  11. Assembly :thumbdown: Required for reversing and similar and is actually really interesting
  12. Markup

    Super Meat Boy

    We caught Lions captain Björn "threat" Pers warming up for the match against Natus Vincere, but a bit untraditionally he wasn't playing against bots or CSDM for that matter. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5awzyuH9gmU&hd=1
  13. screenshots, does web still load in other browsers? try firefox to
  14. One would assume that below a certain amount of storage space left, the performance of a hard drive decreases in WRITE speed as it requires more time to find blocks to write to since there are less consecutive blocks. I think I ran into FRAPS performance "lag" due to this problem once I dipped below 10GB of free space on my HD. Once I had cleared up some old FRAPS footage and had 60gb+ I had no "lag" at all. I would research my theory, but I have no time :o To add: HD performance issues occur when there is high fragmentation. This is because data is stored in the HD in blocks, and the read/write head of the hard drive has to find these blocks to read/write to them. If these blocks are in a consecutive order, the data can be read quickly. However if the data blocks are fragmented, the read/write head has to locate each block to read and assemble the file. Files become fragmented when free space on the HD is not large enough to contain the whole file and so the file is split into multiple sections which are then written to other free areas of the HD. fyi, huge guess
  15. Amazing to say the least: http://www.pldx.com/movie/1506/Top_10_Frag_Highlights_of_Year_2010
  16. This would be the minimum I would aim for at that price range: Should be cheaper from newegg if you search the parts
  17. Following on from dsavi: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/date-and-time-functions.html#function_now
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