Hi everyone I need help with something i get this error fatal error C1075: end of file found before the left brace '{' at 'c:\documents and settings\navideeah\desktop\maplestoryserver\maplestoryserver\mapleisland.cpp(350)' was matched and i get the error around here [code=cplusplus] void NPCsScripts::npc_22000(NPC* npc){ int state = npc->getState(); int map = npc->getPlayerMap(); if(npc->getPlayerMap() == 0){ if(state == 0){ npc->addText("Hey hows it going, I'm Shanks, the Driver of this magnificent ship "); npc->addText("Are you getting tired of this place, well I can take you out of here FOREVER!!"); npc->addText("Just a warning though, once you leave, you will enter the real world, and it is much …

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If you don't know who [Alan Turing](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Turing) was, then shame on you. The British code breaker, mathematics genius and father of both computer science and artificial intelligence is rightly credited with helping to bring the second world war to an end. Turing was also gay, and that's where the shame has stuck firmly on the UK establishment for more than 60 years. Turing was convicted for 'homosexual activity' in 1952, and his punishment was to be chemically castrated. This shameful and appaling conviction meant that Turing was unable to continue his pioneering code-breaking work at Bletchley Park as he lost …

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[URL="http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/poll/index.cfm?action=showresults&pid=3228421"]A new poll into Operating System popularity by a British computer magazine[/URL] has revealed that an incredible 37 percent of respondents are still using Windows XP. That's more than Windows 7 which managed to woo 30 percent of the folk taking part, and Vista could only garner a pretty poor 16 percent of support. This being a PC magazine it should come as no great surprise to see Linux being used by 8 percent of respondents and Mac OS by 7 percent. However, what was surprising was the sheer number of people who refuse to let Windows XP die. [attach]15712[/attach]Was …

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Sorry, thread title a little melodramatic, but making sure is noticed :D Seriously though, when tags initially rolled, individual "tags" were separated by a [B]comma[/B], rather than by a [B]space[/B] (although commas still seem to work as well). The problem is that this updated format disallows a two-word tag, such as "Windows 7" - the space btwn the two creates [B]two individual tags[/B]... the [I]original[/I] tags rollout had no such issues. Is there a reason for the changes, or is it possible to go back to the original tag format? calamity

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The End.