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T Wake
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 4:43 pm    Post subject: Re: EIGENVECTOR OF THE GODS Reply with quote

"George Hammond" <nowhere1@notspam.org> wrote in message
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Quote:
On 5 Jul 2006 13:29:39 -0700, "Immortalist"
reanimater_2000@yahoo.com> wrote:


T Wake wrote:
"George Hammond" <nowhere1@notspam.org> wrote in message
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[Hammond]
Hey a*****le.... we don't need 250 lines of AMATEUR SPUTE
to tell us what the characters on a totem pole are.


8. The perception of (accidental) patterns of cues in our environment
may be at the root of the detection of supernatural agents, of gods.


[Hammond]
sure... and your mother is proof that anal sex
can cause accidental pregnancy.

Hammond-K00KFR0TH.

Good to see you still have your anal fixations George. Do you type one
handed?
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 4:44 pm    Post subject: Re: EIGENVECTOR OF THE GODS Reply with quote

"Phineas T Puddleduck" <phineaspuddleduck@googlemail.com_NOSPAM> wrote in
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On 6/7/06 02:46, in article amqoa25iq758ivjggvuc0slksrhgd0bd92@4ax.com,
"George Hammond" <nowhere1@notspam.org> wrote:


[Hammond]
sure... and your mother is proof that anal sex
can cause accidental pregnancy.

Kooky is sore because after being spnaked by physics people, he now gets
spnaked by the a.h.a-e lot. At this rate, he'll be forced to soil himself
outside shopping malls for attention soon....

He already does that...
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 5:22 pm    Post subject: Re: EIGENVECTOR OF THE GODS Reply with quote

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On 6/7/06 17:44, in article h4mdnZLn1Mx2oDDZRVnyhA@pipex.net, "T Wake"
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"Phineas T Puddleduck" <phineaspuddleduck@googlemail.com_NOSPAM> wrote in
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On 6/7/06 02:46, in article amqoa25iq758ivjggvuc0slksrhgd0bd92@4ax.com,
"George Hammond" <nowhere1@notspam.org> wrote:


[Hammond]
sure... and your mother is proof that anal sex
can cause accidental pregnancy.

Kooky is sore because after being spnaked by physics people, he now gets
spnaked by the a.h.a-e lot. At this rate, he'll be forced to soil
himself
outside shopping malls for attention soon....

He already does that...


Wouldn't surprise me in the slightest. I can imagine him frothing on about
SPOG to passers by....


I cant remember if it was TMG or not, but some one here lives near Gorgeous
George and can give solid insights into the (ahem) gentleman's behaviour.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2006 1:06 pm    Post subject: Re: PHOTON MASS -- A FACT. MASSLESS PARTICLES -- NOT FACT. Reply with quote

Fast is all particles have a field. That begs the question "Does a
photon have a field associated with it"? I can say yes to a virtual
photon having a field. Can i theorize a photon is a wave,and a virtual
photon is a field. That in high gamma energy those photons have both a
field and a very short wave. Go figure Bert
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 12:54 am    Post subject: Re: EIGENVECTOR OF THE GODS Reply with quote

On 10/7/06 01:59, in article Z4adnVp-DO64OCzZnZ2dnUVZ_ridnZ2d@comcast.com,
"TMG" <TMG@Nowhere.org> wrote:

Quote:
Yep - that would be me.

I've seen [Hammond] around town. In the few times I've seen him, he
wasn't raving at the moon. He *is* a disheveled, rather smelly bum - but
that's to be expected.

He *is* one of the town's favorite loons.

Can I have your autograph ;-)

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 12:55 am    Post subject: Re: EIGENVECTOR OF THE GODS Reply with quote

T Wake wrote:

Quote:
I cant remember if it was TMG or not, but some one here lives near Gorgeous
George and can give solid insights into the (ahem) gentleman's behaviour.

Yep - that would be me.

I've seen [Hammond] around town. In the few times I've seen him, he
wasn't raving at the moon. He *is* a disheveled, rather smelly bum - but
that's to be expected.

He *is* one of the town's favorite loons.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 3:56 pm    Post subject: Re: EIGENVECTOR OF THE GODS Reply with quote

"TMG" <TMG@Nowhere.org> wrote in message
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Quote:
T Wake wrote:

I cant remember if it was TMG or not, but some one here lives near
Gorgeous George and can give solid insights into the (ahem) gentleman's
behaviour.

Yep - that would be me.

Thought so.

Quote:
I've seen [Hammond] around town. In the few times I've seen him, he wasn't
raving at the moon. He *is* a disheveled, rather smelly bum - but that's
to be expected.

He *is* one of the town's favorite loons.

At least you have the decency to be reasonably polite to the fruitcake. I
would be tempted to throw things at him...

(and despite your politeness you are still number one on his "list o'haet")
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 10:29 pm    Post subject: Re: EIGENVECTOR OF THE GODS Reply with quote

T Wake wrote:

Quote:
At least you have the decency to be reasonably polite to the fruitcake. I
would be tempted to throw things at him...

Nahh, I don't wish George ill (he has enough already).

It's just difficult understand why he can't see that "1 + 1 =
salamander" frustrates people - and that his screaming "SALAMANDER
SALAMANDER SALAMANDER!!!!" isn't really a response.

Quote:
(and despite your politeness you are still number one on his "list o'haet")


A position of honor, if there ever was one.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 10:52 pm    Post subject: Re: EIGENVECTOR OF THE GODS Reply with quote

"TMG" <TMG@Nowhere.org> wrote in message
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Quote:

T Wake wrote:

At least you have the decency to be reasonably polite to the fruitcake. I
would be tempted to throw things at him...

Nahh, I don't wish George ill (he has enough already).

It's just difficult understand why he can't see that "1 + 1 = salamander"
frustrates people - and that his screaming "SALAMANDER SALAMANDER
SALAMANDER!!!!" isn't really a response.

A very accurate summation there.

Quote:
(and despite your politeness you are still number one on his "list
o'haet")


A position of honor, if there ever was one.

Truly Smile (Even though he doesn't actually use his kill file)

If George was a bit less (or maybe more?) insane, he would give you an
award.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 12:55 am    Post subject: Re: EIGENVECTOR OF THE GODS Reply with quote

T Wake wrote:
Quote:
"TMG" <TMG@Nowhere.org> wrote in message
news:Ubidne4-KdgbTi_ZnZ2dnUVZ_qCdnZ2d@comcast.com...

T Wake wrote:


At least you have the decency to be reasonably polite to the fruitcake. I
would be tempted to throw things at him...

Nahh, I don't wish George ill (he has enough already).

It's just difficult understanding why he can't see that "1 + 1 = salamander"
frustrates people - and that his screaming "SALAMANDER SALAMANDER
SALAMANDER!!!!" isn't really a response.


A very accurate summation there.


(and despite your politeness you are still number one on his "list
o'haet")


A position of honor, if there ever was one.


Truly Smile (Even though he doesn't actually use his kill file)

If George was a bit less (or maybe more?) insane, he would give you an
award.

Actually I was also honored by one of his latest sputtering rants -
railing against those "keeping him down". In his description of the evil
oppressors, I (actually a description of me) was listed twice.

Poor George.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 3:11 am    Post subject: Brain_Dead looping. Reply with quote

Hi Bill_Snyder, Re: What you call Brain_Dead looping.

Take a look at the goto in this code from Cotse.NET/users/jeffrelf/X.CPP
and, please, let me know if you see any problems with it.
The code as served me well for many years now.
I'll tell you how to run X.EXE/X.TXT if you want.
More details can be found at my web site: Cotse.NET/users/jeffrelf

int _Ask
( int Request, int Make_It, int Articles_To_Download, int Sz ) {
static LnP B_16 ; static int Sz_B ;
if ( Sz_B != Buff_Room * Sz_Char ) {
free ( B_16 ); B_16 = Malloc ( Sz_B = Buff_Room * Sz_Char ); }
Err_Dia = -10 ;
if ( Connected < 0 || Protocol == SNTP ) return Err_Dia = -2 ;
if ( Sz > 0 ) {
Sz = WideCharToMultiByte( CP_UTF8, 0
, Buff, -1, ( __LnP ) B_16, Buff_Room * Sz_Char, 0, 0 ) - 1 ;
_LnP B_UTF_8 = ( _LnP ) B_16 ; __LnP B_Quoted = ( __LnP ) Buff ;
int Sz_New_Header = 0, Sz_Old_Header = 0 ; uchar High_Bit = 0x80 ;

if ( _EqN( ( __LnP ) B_UTF_8, "Content-Type:", 13 ) ) {
_LnP P = B_UTF_8, P_Word = P ; __LnP D = B_Quoted - 1, D_Word = D ;
uchar Ch = * P --, Ch2 ; int Done = 0 ;
LOOP {
LoopTo(
( Done = Ch == 13 && Ch2 == 10 && P [ 2 ] == 13 && P [ 3 ] == 10 )
|| Ch <= 32 || Ch & High_Bit ) * ++ D = Ch ;

if ( Done ) { * ++ D = 13, * ++ D = 10 ;
Sz_New_Header = D - B_Quoted + 1 ; Sz_Old_Header = P - B_UTF_8 + 2 ;
break ; }
if ( ! Ch ) { Close ; Sh ( L"Âż No Header ?" ); return -10 ; }
if ( Ch <= 32 ) {
P_Word = P + 1 ; * ++ D = Ch ; D_Word = D ; continue; }
D = D_Word, P = P_Word ;
D += _Str( ++ D, "=?UTF-8?Q?" ) - 1 ; P -- ;
_LnP Illegals = ( _LnP ) "_=?" ;
LoopTo( Ch <= 32 ) {
int Encode = Ch & High_Bit ; _LnP I = Illegals - 1 ; uchar C ;
while ( ! Encode && ( C = * ++ I ) && ! ( Encode = C == Ch ) );
if ( ! Encode ) * ++ D = Ch ;
else D += _Str( ++ D, "=%X", Ch ) - 1 ; }
D += _Str( ++ D, "?=" ) - 1 ; P -- ; } }
Loop( ( Sz_New_Header > 0 ) + 1 ) { int Sz_Send = Sz ;
__LnP B_Send =
! Sz_New_Header
? ( __LnP ) B_UTF_8
: ! J ? ( Sz_Send = Sz_New_Header, B_Quoted )
: ( Sz_Send -= Sz_Old_Header, ( __LnP ) B_UTF_8 + Sz_Old_Header );
LOOP { int Sebt = send ( Connected, B_Send, Sz_Send, 0 );
rv = Sebt == Sz_Send ? 0 : WSAGetLastError();
if ( ! rv || rv != WSAEWOULDBLOCK ) break; Due = Secs + 15 ;
while (
Secs < Due
&& ! ( Allow ( WM_USER + 2 ) && * P_C2 == FD_WRITE ) ) Blink
B_Send += Sebt ; Sz_Send -= Sebt ; }
if ( rv ) { Close ; Sh ( L"... Write Failed." ); return -4 ; } } }

int
Q = 0, Base64 = 0, Sz_Incomplete = 0, End_of_Set_of_Lines = 1
, Expecting_A_Full_Header = 0 ;
if ( Request == For_A_Set_Of_Articles )
Articles_Read_In = UnAvailable_Articles = 0
, Nnn = I_Start_of_Log + 16, Ln.PP = Ln.BB + Nnn - 1 ;
else Nnn = ! Ln.BB ? 0 : Ln.PP - Ln.BB + 1 ;
LOOP { Read: if ( Connected < 0 ) return -5 ;
Due = Secs + 600 ; double Start = _Secs ;
while (
Secs < Due
&& ! ( Allow ( WM_USER + 2 ) && * P_C2 == FD_READ ) ) Blink

_LnP P_Line = ( _LnP ) Buff ;
int Want = Buff_Room - Sz_Incomplete - 1
, Sz = recv ( Connected, ( char * ) P_Line + Sz_Incomplete, Want, 0 );
if ( Sz <= 0 ) { Close ;
Sh ( L"... Read %d / %d bytes after %d Secs."
, Sz, Want, Rnd( Secs - Start ) ); return -6 ; }
const int Max_Incomplete = Buff_Room - est_Read ;
Sz += Sz_Incomplete ; Sz_Incomplete = 0 ;
_LnP Ovr = 0 ; _LnP E = P_Line + Sz ; * E = 0 ; uchar Lost_Char = 0 ;
if ( Sz <= 1 || Sz > 0 && E [ -1 ] != 10 ) { _LnP pOvr = E ;
while ( -- pOvr > P_Line && * pOvr != 10 );
if ( pOvr != P_Line ) pOvr ++ ;
int Sz_Huge = E - pOvr ;
pOvr += ER( 0, Sz_Huge - Max_Incomplete ) ;
Sz_Incomplete = er( Max_Incomplete, Sz_Huge );
Ovr = ( _LnP ) Malloc_Ln( Sz_Incomplete + 1 );
memmove( Ovr, pOvr, Sz_Incomplete );
E = pOvr ; Lost_Char = * E ; * E = 0 ;
Ovr [ Sz_Incomplete ] = 0 ; }
while ( P_Line < E ) { int Was_At_Start = 0 ;
if ( End_of_Set_of_Lines ) {
End_of_Set_of_Lines = 0 ; Was_At_Start = 1 ;
Expecting_A_Full_Header = Make_It == Decoded ;
if (
( Protocol == POP3 || Protocol == POP3_SSL )
&& ! _EqiN( ( char * ) P_Line, "+OK", 3 )
|| Protocol == SMTP_AUTH && Not( "220 ") && Not( "221 ")
&& Not( "235 ") && Not( "250 ") && Not( "334 ") && Not( "354 ")
|| Protocol == NNTP && Not( "100 ") && Not( "200 ") && Not( "201 ")
&& Not( "205 ") && Not( "211 ") && Not( "215 ") && Not( "220 ")
&& Not( "221 ") && Not( "222 ") && Not( "224 ") && Not( "240 ")
&& Not( "281 ") && Not( "340 ") && Not( "381 ") ) {
Err_Dia = _A_To_I( ( char * ) P_Line );
_LnP _E = ( _LnP ) _From_Start( ( char * ) P_Line, 13 );
if ( Err_Dia == 423 && Request == For_A_Set_Of_Articles ) {
UnAvailable_Articles ++ ;
if ( -- Articles_To_Download <= 0 ) return Err_Dia = 0 ;
_E += 2 ; P_Line = _E ; End_of_Set_of_Lines = 1 ; continue; }
* _E = 0, MultiByteToWideChar
( CP_ACP, 0, ( char * ) P_Line, -1, B_16, Buff_Room );
Sh( L"%s", B_16 ); Free_Ln ( Ovr ); return Err_Dia ; } }

if ( Request == For_One_Line ) {
* _From_Start( ( char * ) P_Line, 13 ) = 0 ;
MultiByteToWideChar
( CP_ACP, 0, ( char * ) P_Line, -1, B_16, Buff_Room );
Sh( L"%s", B_16 ); Free_Ln ( Ovr ); return Err_Dia = 0 ; }

End_of_Set_of_Lines = 0 ; // P_Line+1,m E - P_Line
_LnP P = P_Line, End_of_Header = 0 ; uchar Ch = * P --, Ch2 = 0 ;

if ( Expecting_A_Full_Header ) { Was_At_Start = 1 ;
Q = Base64 = 0 ; Encoding.uiInternetEncoding = CP_ACP ; int Type = 0 ;
LOOP { LoopTo ( Ch == 13 && Ch2 == 10 ); if ( ! Ch ) break ;
// Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
// Content-type: text/html; charset=US-ASCII;

if ( P [ 2 ] != 32 && P [ 2 ] != 9 )
Type = _EqiN( ( char * ) P + 2, "Content-Type:", 13 );
if ( Type && ( P += 3, Sub_Str( "CharSet=", P ) ) ) {
wchar_t Char_Set [ 88 ], * Pcs = Char_Set - 1 ;
Ch = * P -- ; if ( Ch == '"' ) P += 2, Ch = * P -- ;
LoopTo( Ch == 13 || Ch == ';'
|| Ch == '"' || Pcs - Char_Set > 87 )
* ++ Pcs = * P ; * ++ Pcs = 0 ;
P --, Outlook->GetCharsetInfo ( Char_Set, & Encoding );
continue ; }
// 43D9001A.D2C@nf.sympatico.ca
if ( _EqiN( ( char * ) P + 2, "Content-Transfer-Encoding:", 26 ) ) {
P += 26 ;
if ( Sub_Str( "Quoted-Printable", P ) ) {
Q = Make_It == Decoded ; continue; }
if ( Sub_Str( "Base64", P ) ) {
Base64 = Make_It == Decoded ; continue; } }
if ( P [ 2 ] == 13 && P [ 3 ] == 10
|| P [ 2 ] == '.' && P [ 3 ] == 13 && P [ 4 ] == 10 ) {
P ++ ; break ; } }
int Sz_Huge = E - P_Line + Sz_Incomplete ;
if ( Ch || Sz_Huge > Max_Incomplete )
End_of_Header = P, Expecting_A_Full_Header = 0 ;
else {
if ( Sz_Incomplete )
* E = Lost_Char, Free_Ln ( Ovr ), E += Sz_Incomplete ;
memmove ( Buff, P_Line, Sz_Incomplete = Sz_Huge );
goto Read ; } }

// P is gananteed to be at: Start_of_A_Line - 1
// Could be coming here with P + 1: dot <CR>
if ( Ch ) LOOP {
if ( P [ 1 ] == '.' && P [ 2 ] == 13 && P [ 3 ] == 10 ) {
End_of_Set_of_Lines = 1, P += 4 ; break; }
LoopTo ( Ch == 13 && Ch2 == 10 ); if ( ! Ch ) break ; P ++ ; }

// Q 1139130053.678209.226530@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com
// Base64 1139126779.520032.40020@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com
int // P,m
Sz_To_Encode = P - P_Line - 3 * End_of_Set_of_Lines
, Sz_Header = ! End_of_Header ? 0 : End_of_Header - P_Line + 3 ;
if ( ( Q || Base64 ) && Sz_To_Encode > Sz_Header ) {
_LnP P = P_Line + Sz_Header, E = P_Line + Sz_To_Encode ;
char Saved = * E ; * E = 0 ;
if ( Q ) Sz_To_Encode -= __Q( P );
// B+16,m D - 2,m B,m E - 25,m '.' [ This is a test 16 ']' 'f'
if ( Base64 ) { _LnP B = P, P = B, D = B ;
uchar Ch = * P --, Ch2 = 0, LF ; uint X = 0, By = 0, Cnt = 0 ;
LoopTo( 0 ) { if ( Ch <= 32 ) continue ;
X <<= 6 ; X |= A_63 [ Ch ]; if ( Ch != '=' ) By ++ ;
if ( ++ Cnt < 4 ) continue; _LnP XP = ( _LnP ) & X ; XP += 3 ;
Loop( By * 6 / 8 )
LF = * -- XP, * D ++ = LF != 10 ? LF : ( ( * D ++ = 13 ), 10 );
X = By = Cnt = 0 ; }
Sz_To_Encode -= E - D ; }
* E = Saved ; }
int _Sz = MultiByteToWideChar
( Make_It == Raw ? CP_ACP : Encoding.uiInternetEncoding
, 0, ( char * ) P_Line, Sz_To_Encode, B_16, Buff_Room );
B_16 [ _Sz ] = 0 ; // P_Line - P
P_Line = P ; // P_Line,m B_16,m P,m
LnP P_Line_16 = B_16 ;
// LnP P_Pev_Line = 0 ;
while ( _Sz > 0 ) {
// if ( Was_At_Start ) Was_At_Start = 0 ;
// else { LnP P = P_Line_16 - 1 ;
// if ( Is_Digit( * ++ P ) && Is_Digit( * ++ P ) && Is_Digit( * ++ P )
// && * ++ P == 32 && Is_Digit( * ++ P ) )
// rv = rv ; } P_Pev_Line = P_Line_16 ;
LnP P = P_Line_16 ; wchar_t Ch = * P --, Ch2 = 0 ;
LoopTo ( Ch == 10 ) if ( Ch == 9 ) * P = 32 ;
if ( ! Ch ) break ;
LnP P_Next_Line = ++ P ; P_Next_Line [ -2 ] = 0 ;
if ( * P_Line_16 == '.' ) { -- _Sz, ++ P_Line_16 ;
if ( Eq( Sep, P_Line_16 ) ) -- _Sz, ++ P_Line_16 ; }
int N = P_Next_Line - P_Line_16 - 2 + 1 ; LnP & LnR = Inc_Ln ( Ln ) ;
Free_Ln ( LnR ); P = LnR = Malloc_Ln ( N * Sz_Char );
memmove ( P, P_Line_16, N * Sz_Char );
LnP E = P + N - 1 ;
if (
Make_It == Decoded
&& Sz_Header && P_Line_16 < B_16 + Sz_Header ) LOOP {
// =?iso-8859-7?Q?HDFS_3=CC_2005_-_IFRS=2Epdf?=
// =?UTF-8?Q?UTF8_test_1_-_El_ej=C3=A9rcito_iraqu=C3=AD?=
wchar_t Ch = * P --, Ch2 = 0 ;
LoopTo ( Ch == '=' && Ch2 == '?' );
if ( ! Ch ) break ; LnP Funky = P ; P += 2 ;
LoopTo ( EqiN( P, L"?Q?", 3 ) || EqiN( P, L"?B?", 3 ) );
if ( ! Ch ) break ;
wchar_t Char_Set [ 88 ]; LnP CP = Funky + 2 ; rv = P - CP ;
memmove( Char_Set, CP, rv * Sz_Char ); Char_Set [ rv ] = 0 ;
MIMECSETINFO Encoding ;
Outlook->GetCharsetInfo ( Char_Set, & Encoding );
// dqq87q$ci7$02$1@news.t-online.com
// From: Peter =?UTF-8?B?S8O2aGxtYW5u?= <peter.koehlmann@t-online.de>

int Q = EqiN( P, L"?Q?", 3 ); P += 3 - 1 ;
uchar B_Line [ 400 ] = { 0 };
_LnP _P = B_Line - 1 ; uint X = 0, By = 0, Cnt = 0 ;
LoopTo ( Ch == '?' && Ch2 == '=' )
if ( 4 + _P - B_Line < 400 )
if ( Q ) { int Hex, Hex2 ; // Encoded_Word, only headers
if ( Ch != '=' || ( Hex = HexToN( Ch2 ) ) < 0
|| ( Hex2 = HexToN( P [ 2 ] ) ) < 0 )
* ++ _P = Ch == '_' ? 32 : Ch ;
else * ++ _P = Hex * 16 + Hex2, P += 2 ; }
else { X <<= 6 ; X |= A_63 [ Ch ]; if ( Ch != '=' ) By ++ ;
if ( ++ Cnt < 4 ) continue;
_LnP XP = ( _LnP ) & X ; XP += 3 ;
Loop( By * 6 / 8 ) * ++ _P = * -- XP ;
X = By = Cnt = 0 ; }
if ( ! Ch ) break;
* ++ _P = 0 ; P += 2 ;
int Sz_Was = P - Funky
, Sz_Is = MultiByteToWideChar( Encoding.uiInternetEncoding
, 0, ( char * ) B_Line, -1, Funky, Sz_Was ) - 1
, UnUsed = Sz_Was - Sz_Is ;
Funky [ Sz_Is ] = 0 ;

memmove( Funky + Sz_Is, P, ( E - P + 1 ) * Sz_Char );
E -= UnUsed ; P = Funky + Sz_Is ; }

ShwBot(); _Sz -= P_Next_Line - P_Line_16 ; P_Line_16 = P_Next_Line ; }

if ( End_of_Set_of_Lines ) {
if ( Request == For_A_Set_Of_Lines ) {
Free_Ln ( Ovr ); return Err_Dia = 0 ; }
FmPst( 0 ); Articles_Read_In ++ ;
IncList( Type_Header, 0 ); Ln.PP = Ln.BB + Nnn - 1 ;
if ( -- Articles_To_Download <= 0 ) {
Free_Ln ( Ovr ); return Err_Dia = 0 ; } } }

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Sven Hesse
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 1:05 pm    Post subject: Re: What code are you working on these days ? Reply with quote

Jeff?Relf <Jeff_Relf@Yahoo.COM> wrote:
Quote:
Hi Sven_Hesse, What code are you working on these days ?

http://scummvm.org/

In specific, I'm reverse-engineering "Gobliins 2"...

Quote:
You showed:

#include <stdio.h

int main(void)
{
printf("Hello, world!");
return 0;
}

This compiles/runs in Visual_Studio_2005, sans warnings,

Of course it does, it's according to the ANSI C standard(s)...

Quote:
and it's much easier on the eyes... 2 clean lines instead of 7 cluttered ones:

#include <stdio.h
main() { printf( "Hello World"); }

....
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T Wake
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Joined: 08 May 2005
Posts: 1978

PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 6:08 pm    Post subject: Re: EIGENVECTOR OF THE GODS Reply with quote

"TMG" <TMG@Nowhere.org> wrote in message
news:XaKdnYHirMoqaC_ZnZ2dnUVZ_u2dnZ2d@comcast.com...
Quote:

T Wake wrote:
If George was a bit less (or maybe more?) insane, he would give you an
award.

Actually I was also honored by one of his latest sputtering rants -
railing against those "keeping him down". In his description of the evil
oppressors, I (actually a description of me) was listed twice.

Pure brilliance. You have offended him so much, he has morphed you into two
people! Fantastic.

Quote:
Poor George.

Yes. There should be more legislation to help people like this. (In George's
case, helping him to a padded room with out an internet connection would be
a start Wink)
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T Wake
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Joined: 08 May 2005
Posts: 1978

PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 6:36 pm    Post subject: Re: Simple code ? Reply with quote

"Jeff.Relf" <Jeff_Relf@Yahoo.COM> wrote in message
news:Jeff_Relf_2006_Jul_10_7goi@Cotse.NET...
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Hi T_Puddleduck, You wrote:

I aim to make my code understandable by a five year old.

You have to really.

Quote:
Try this:
#include <stdio.h
main{ printf( "Hello World"); }

Of course, he'll have to learn how to install/configure/test/archive the
OS
and development system

Well, I suspect a 5 year old could set up Linux.

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and, worse of all, it won't be of any value.

Pretty much like all your posts.
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G=EMC^2 Glazier
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Joined: 01 Jun 2005
Posts: 527

PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2006 7:08 pm    Post subject: Re: RELATIVITY CAUSES LIFE AFTER DEATH Reply with quote

George The only thing that is relative after death is "heaven,and hell"
They relate as being two crazy houses,for the sick people that believe
in God,and the fictitious (sci-fiction) book the bible. Bert
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