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These aren't rules ... but just general guidelines that people should follow. 1. Programming/Scripting deals with code and the development of such code. 2. If ...

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    Because we are poor, shall we be vicious? vern's Avatar
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    Default Programming/Scripting Forum Guidelines


    These aren't rules ... but just general guidelines that people should follow.

    1. Programming/Scripting deals with code and the development of such code.
    2. If you have a unique programming/scripting problem, don't hesitate to create a new topic. You do not need to post all C++/PHP/Perl/Java/etc questions in one thread.
    3. Make use of the "code" BBcode. Text within will retain their original formatting. More information available here:

    https://www.istorya.net/forums/index.php?action=help

    Example (from one of the posts):

    Code:
    #include
    
    main()
    {
      int *a, *s, i;
    
      s = a = (int *) malloc( 4 * sizeof(int));
    
      for (i=0; i<4; i++) *(a+i) = i * 10;
    
      printf("%d\n", *s++);
      printf("%d\n", (*s)++);
      printf("%d\n", *s);
      printf("%d\n", *++s);
      printf("%d\n", ++*s);
    }
    More to come ...

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    Default Re: Programming/Scripting Forum Guidelines

    I saw a thread that the titled has modified the title to 'Problem Solved, please close this thread'. How selfish. It should no be renamed so that it will be considered as knowledge base and other people can still read it.

    This is not just a help forum right? It's also sharing of knowledge. So can you do something about it?


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    Default Re: Programming/Scripting Forum Guidelines

    The topic starter chose to change the subject. That is his choice, not ours. The post is still there, if someone wants to post a follow-up, that is his prerogative. I don't see the point of your complaint or whatever you call it.

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    Default Re: Programming/Scripting Forum Guidelines

    Quote Originally Posted by vern
    These aren't rules ... but just general guidelines that people should follow.

    1. Programming/Scripting deals with code and the development of such code.
    2. If you have a unique programming/scripting problem, don't hesitate to create a new topic. You do not need to post all C++/PHP/Perl/Java/etc questions in one thread.
    3. Make use of the "code" BBcode. Text within will retain their original formatting. More information available here:

    https://www.istorya.net/forums/index.php?action=help

    Example (from one of the posts):

    Code:
    #include
    
    main()
    {
     int *a, *s, i;
    
     s = a = (int *) malloc( 4 * sizeof(int));
    
     for (i=0; i<4; i++) *(a+i) = i * 10;
    
     printf("%d\n", *s++);
     printf("%d\n", (*s)++);
     printf("%d\n", *s);
     printf("%d\n", *++s);
     printf("%d\n", ++*s);
    }
    More to come ...
    Btaw.. I've noticed this formatting not being used by many.. they should make use of the BBcode for posting codes/scripts.

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    genius code... nice logic.

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    nosebleed ko ani!!!

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    i want to learn programming...what program should i start with?

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    VB 6 programer friendly i think.

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    unsaon mana inyong pasabot na BBcode?

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    bbcodes is a markup language use for message boards bro...simply put, if u want to post a post with codes inclose it on this tags

    ["CODE"]fasdfadfadfadfadfadfadfadf["/CODE"]...just take the parenthesis off

    sry just read this thread...ill use one next time i post

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