Here is a code for those who wants Tic Tac Toe [CODE]#include <string.h> #include <stdio.h> #include <conio.h> #include <dos.h> #include <io.h> main() { //_setcursortype(_NOCURSOR); int x1=0, x2=0, x3=0, x4=0, x5=0, x6=0, x7=0, x8=0, x9=0; int o1=0, o2=0, o3=0, o4=0, o5=0, o6=0, o7=0, o8=0, o9=0; int a1=0, a2=0, a3=0, a4=0, a5=0, a6=0, a7=0, a8=0, a9=0; int o123=0, o456=0, o789=0, o147=0, o258=0, o369=0, o159=0, o357=0; int x123=0, x456=0, x789=0, x147=0, x258=0, x369=0, x159=0, x357=0; int lo, di, delayx, delayload, full=0, full2=0, n, nowin=0; char x, ver, opt, choices, choices2, race, code[100], uninst, colcho, quit; int xwin=0, owin=0, gameno=0, race2, fullver, pat=8, xs=10, …

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If you are browsing this forum, it is a safe assumption to believe you know of the [Fibonacci Series](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fibonacci_number). After having a couple of minutes, and some random thoughts, I put together a little piece of code that will print this series out to a file. Private Sub FibWrite(ByVal iMax As Int64) Dim sw As New StreamWriter("Path") Dim n0 As Int64 = 0 Dim n1 As Int64 = 1 Try For i = 0 To iMax Dim iTemp As Int64 = n1 n1 = n1 + n0 n0 = iTemp sw.WriteLine(n1) Next Catch ex As Exception MsgBox(ex.ToString) sw.WriteLine(ex.Message) Finally sw.Close() …

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[b]TEAM A[/b]: includes members whose BC username start with A C E G I K M O Q S U V W [b]TEAM B[/b]: includes members whose BC username start with B D F H J L N P R T X Y Z [b]SCORE Board[/b] Team A: 4 Team B: 0 Team A leading the way :-) [b]Rules: * Team A members has to Add(+) 2 from the previous post * Team B members has to Subtract(-) 2 from the previous post * If it reach 1,000. Team A is the Winner * If it reach 0. Team B …

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Hey, what are your guys plan for spring break? I'm working extra hours to save up for my trips I'm taking in the summer. :-)

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First off, I'm not sure if this the appropriate place to post this question, but I thought I would just try anyway :?: I was wondering if anyone had any fun APIs that I could use basic authentication more specifically cURL. I you used to be able to use basic authentication with Twitter, but they changed it to use oauth. Due to irrelevance for my project, I don't want to waste more time wrapping my head around oath. I would rather just try to find a different "test" to work with. When I mean "fun", I mean anything that's other …

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Hi! I'm writing a program that will take a an inputed phrase, assigns each letter to a picture of the letter from a file, and outputs the given phrase, looking like a ransom note. I have a start, but I'm not really sure where to go next. I've only just learned the language, so take it easy on me. :) ` from graphics import * def main(): win = GraphWin("Ransom Note", 500, 500) phrase = input("Enter your note: ") phrase.lower() w = str(phrase[int(q)]) #for the name of each picture file space = 4 for i in letter(): letter[int(q)+0] = Image(Point(x,y), …

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I am trying to get a good understanding of what's happening in the following question: ~Given the following numbers in array A ... 47 43 20 24 32 44 35 ... what are the numbers that would result from a Pre-Order Traverssal of the Binary Tree built using the above numbers. Hint: draw the tree. 47 43 20 24 32 35 44 <---- THIS IS THE ANSWER I have drawn many trees thus far and I am confused as to how nodes are inserted. Are they inserted in a particular order every time? Or are there different ways? I know …

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Okay, So I noticed that the joke threads are pretty old ones, and if you're like me then you like to laugh. Well, let's start a new one! (Come on, you know you want to!) ;) So, let's hear some (programming) jokes! -WolfShield

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A new simple game Say something about the Signature of the person above you..... :)

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How print this series in while loop square root 1 2 4 8 16 32 64 128.......... and cube root 2 8 24 72........

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This is just a little bit of fun, mine would be HFS+ because of the following; [LIST] [*]Seek Speed for files [*]Auto Optimisation [*]Journalling (Although technically HFSJ) but is in HFS+ [/LIST] Dislikes [LIST] [*]Compatibility [*]Slows down when reading many files ( Badly ) [/LIST]

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I'm looking for some projects to follow and learn in C; it really helps in developing my skill. Thanks in advance.

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[attach=right]21629[/attach]There is an app for most things, but flying a helicopter has been (perhaps understandably) absent from the list. Sure, you can pilot a virtual helicopter or play a game involving a helicopter on-screen, but how about flying an actual helicopter in the actual sky using an actual iPhone? Griffin Technology Inc, best known for a whole load of innovative hardware accessories for the original iPod, has today been demonstrating how to fly a real helicopter using an iPhone, or an iPad for that matter. OK, so it's a small helicopter, a remote controlled one in fact, but it's real …

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Basically the time old question of who would win. Just decided to put a very geeky twist to it. Just looking to see if people think C++ is better/worse then C :icon_lol:

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So you think you qualify for the epithet 'Number One Fan' when it comes to Angry Birds, do you? OK, you've completed the entire main game as well as the seasonal variations and done so with a full compliment of three star ratings. You've even unlocked all the hidden golden eggs from around the various levels, and deserve praise for your dedication. But to be awarded the ultimate fan accolade you really need to go a little bit further; you need to think outside the box, be it iPhone or Android powered. [B][URL="http://www.rovio.com/index.php?mact=Blogs,cntnt01,showentry,0&cntnt01entryid=52&cntnt01returnid=58"]The Mighty Eagle[/URL][/B] [attach]18837[/attach] Having said think outside …

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I Wanna make money online how my ideas are rubbish or make a ipod application any tips on HOW to find ideas and pricing I own SNIP SNIP SNIP i am looking to sell it has i don't have any ideas on hwo to make it work any ideas

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`[CODE]<form action="ScoreCardAlpha.php" method="post"> A: <input type="text" name="$X" /> B: <input type="text" name="$Z" /> C: <input type="text" name="$W" /> // read input data on $W , $X and check to see if (it or they{1,2,3 and byond}) has http// if so save after // // check all data for hacks. <input type="play$" />[/CODE] ` is thats what is known as a funcion or do i have to find a method or use an areay ? if so could you point me to an easy to translate guide, thanks. ` call scenario $123/45/9 {the pink n yellow whole in the ground started …

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This is just for fun and to see how people do it, it will help me to learn different techniques also. If no one answers i will understand. :) Lets say you have a template class. You want a certain method of this class will have some sort of checking mechanism before doing a operation. Different types of object need different kinds of checking. User of this class know whether he needs to do the check or not. If he needs to do the check then he has to provide a function to this template which template class will call …

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please don't let us get bored at the office today - show us some funny stuff ;))) Here is my 5 cents: [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dIkYEpByHY[/url]

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My name is Sami and i am new in this forum but hope to stay a long time around here. I hope you will welcome me in here and share your ideas, experiences, and knowledge to everyone who has got stuck with all kind of computer issues. ps Dont make fun if i spell bad in english :)

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Cast your ballots!

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File under strange but true. It would appear that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second has been presented with a specially commissioned gold-plated Nintendo Wii games console by THQ as part of a marketing campaign for some new game. The rather loose connection between British royalty and the game in question is that it is called 'Big Family Games' and you don't get much bigger than the British Royal Family. THQ product manager Danielle Robinson says "The Royal Family is arguably the most important family in the country so we felt that they had to have a copy of the …

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Hands down, April Fool's Day is an IT worker's favorite "holiday" because there are so many [URL="http://www.aprilfoolzone.com/computer.htm"]ways to mess with an unsuspecting computer[/URL] user. Halloween runs a close second, though, because its the one day out of the year when we can fly our geek flag with pride. For instance: [URL="http://starwarsblog.starwars.com/index.php/2008/07/31/comic-con-best-star-wars-costumes/"]Star Wars costumes[/URL] -- Even though some of us still dress up in our finest Star Wars regalia on other days during the year, Halloween is when we can really let our hair down and roam the streets as a Ahsoka Tano or a Rebel pilot without anyone batting an …

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I admit it; there are times when I have gone to Google (and Yahoo, MSN, Ask and even occasionally a decent Meta-Search such as Dogpile) for no other reason than to see what people are saying about me online. I like to think that I have an excuse, what with being a professional journalist and all, in that I am looking for illegally copied versions of my work, potentially libelous comments and even the odd bit of praise here and there. Of course, the truth is I am doing what huge swathes of us do even if we do not, …

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The return to space by the United States’ [url=http://www.nasa.gov]aeronautics and space administration[/url] shuttle program this week was a certainly popular event, shattering records for the number of visitors viewing video streams of NASA TV during the launch. Yahoo and Akamai Technologies – both NASA media partners – reported a peak in active video streams of 433,000 around launch time. In comparison, the Deep Impact mission on July 4 mustered 118,000 streams, and during the Mars exploration rover landings in January, just under 50,000 visitors watched. "We've always known there was tremendous global interest in the U.S. space program, and this …

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The End.