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Comment posted by NepetaCatGod at 2014-11-13 13:54:21 (3 years ago)
I know a lot. I can somewhat code in pygame,python, and C. I just don't care enough to actually do something with it. I was going to develop a top down zombie survival game. But I had computer problems leading me to stop production. I now use a distro of ParanoidLinux. Along side a distro of Win 7 Black. I guess I know a lot. Java has almost no use for me it's why I blatantly say that it's useless. I'd hack minecraft, etc. Just don't wanna try. I made 2 texture packs. Not handing them out due to me not caring enough. Simply put: Fuck it.
Comment posted by NepetaCatGod at 2014-11-13 14:00:57 (3 years ago)
My problem was that NTDLR (main booting file for Win XP) Deleted it's self over and over again. I was fed up and installed Linux Mint (Helena)os. I now use virtual box to run alot of other os'es. I have a few favorites like Hackintosh, a booter that allows you to run MacOS on win comp.
Comment posted by neko1224 at 2014-11-13 14:54:17 (3 years ago)
Don't take this as an insult. Just realize that the programming community is quite competitive in terms of knowledge, and nerds like I often have few other things in their lives and are absorbed by programming and gaming.
When you say you don't care enough to actually do something with it, do you mean that you know how to interact with the windows library and make graphical user interfaces and such (or really any other graphics library, or a networking library for that matter), or you just know the syntax and how to make console applications/write to files and never really bothered to expand upon your knowledge and explore new libraries? I wasn't really sure about this part.
Back when I was still relatively new to programming and had finished learning pretty much everything in Java, I advanced to C++ as a second language. When I had finished thenewboston's tutorials, I wasn't really sure how to make windows and stuff, because he didn't cover that. I didn't realize that he only covered the basics of the language, and I just kind of went with it and thought myself knowledgeable of C++, then gave up on it for a while. I was wrong with
Comment posted by neko1224 at 2014-11-13 14:54:40 (3 years ago)
that idea. So what I'm wondering is if you're at the stage I was at with C/C++, or if you're more advanced.
I understand how you can be ignorant to Java because you don't have a thorough knowledge of it, but please, don't. Just know that Java is a beautiful language, and it should be respected for that. You can't really judge something if you don't know what it is.
Comment posted by neko1224 at 2014-11-14 15:44:35 (3 years ago)
Oh, so by changing the ID number of the hidden input inside the form it posts to a different user page, I see. Sorry, ignore everything I just posted.
Comment posted by neko1224 at 2014-11-19 00:13:12 (3 years ago)
No, I've no recollection of this Norman guy, and frankly I don't know why you'd even reference him. Are you still on about me allegedly creating alternate accounts and trolling everyone? I thought you'd gotten over that, but apparently not.
On a brighter note, I finally got OpenGL working after a day or two of doing nothing else but trying to install the thing. You wouldn't believe how hard it is to install a simple library like OpenGL. Much harder than anything the actual coding part can throw at you.
Also, what does 'fsk' mean? I'm not quite sure about that.
Comment posted by neko1224 at 2014-11-19 00:18:35 (3 years ago)
Oh, and be sure to check out the random message functionality I added to my page. It's pretty cool.
I had my website running on my network with port 80 forwarded, and I provided a button on my page which redirected to it for a day or so. I took it down when people from China started coming on. To be honest, the majority of people who visited were from China. This kind of deterred me about making my IP address public with port 80 open.
Comment posted by NepetaCatGod at 2014-11-19 14:06:56 (3 years ago)
fsk is 1337 sp34k for fuck. Kinda obvious. You had trouble with OpenG fucking L!
Dude it took like a minute to set it up. You need to chill the fuck out with languages man. Shit corrupts your mind. OK and so what? Are you scared of the Chinese? Are you racist? If you better curb those urges of being racist.
Sorry about the Norman crap. I got a message from you telling me about Einstein. And blah blah blah.
Comment posted by neko1224 at 2014-11-20 09:54:21 (3 years ago)
No, it's because the majority of the people from this site are located in North America. So if people from China are visiting it's obviously not a good sign, as I've not made my IP public anywhere else than this website. It was implied that I thought they were using some kind of programs to scan though random IP addresses, check to see if port 80 is open, and visit the website if so.
Comment posted by NepetaCatGod at 2014-11-20 13:42:07 (3 years ago)
Nope I used to visit this site from Japan and China for a class trip.
Comment posted by neko1224 at 2014-11-20 14:48:48 (3 years ago)
See, I go on the basis of probability. If one were to survey all of the members of this website on their location, I tend to think the dominant category would be North America. On my website, however, I received visits primarily from China. I don't know anyone from China, and I strongly doubt they visited my user page to acquire my IP address. Thus, we're left to conclude that someone over in China has a program running that generates an IP address, checks for open ports on that IP address, and attempts to connect on that port (trust me, I made one of these before and found a couple of minecraft servers). In no way was racism intended, nor should it be assumed.
Also, I have a bad habit of not following tutorials for things and just using logic to install them. You exploiting this just exposes your bias and insecurity. I could have attacked you by calling you 'retarded' because you didn't know as many programming languages as me, but I chose not to take that route as I'm not that kind of person and 'retarded' is a strong word.
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