1. Post #4881
    CIPWTTKT's Resident Redneckā„¢
    Dr. Deeps's Avatar
    December 2009
    7,034 Posts
    So I just made a program in C++ cause I was bored. I'm sitting here in my Microsoft Office class and grabbed my C++ book, copied some program from it and accidently replaced an i with a 1.

    Code:
    //forloop.cpp       
    
    #include <iostream.h>
    
    int main()
        { 
              int i;
              for(i = 1; 1 <= 3; i++)
                    { cout << i <<" "; }
              system("pause");
              return 0;
    }
    Try it out.
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  2. Post #4882
    PLAY IT LOUD!!!
    K3inMitl3id's Avatar
    February 2010
    2,875 Posts
    I really want to see the 660's come out.

    I hope they drop the prices of some of the other mid-range cards a bit.

    Ain't having any more problems with my current computer, by the way.
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  3. Post #4883

    March 2012
    227 Posts
    So I just made a program in C++ cause I was bored. I'm sitting here in my Microsoft Office class and grabbed my C++ book, copied some program from it and accidently replaced an i with a 1.

    Code:
    //forloop.cpp       
    
    #include <iostream.h>
    
    int main()
        { 
              int i;
              for(i = 1; 1 <= 3; i++)
                    { cout << i <<" "; }
              system("pause");
              return 0;
    }
    Try it out.
    Rough guess that it crashes your computer because 1 will never be <=3
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  4. Post #4884
    Gold Member
    esalaka's Avatar
    July 2007
    9,888 Posts
    So much dumb content in this thread
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  5. Post #4885
    I wasted a dollar on a stupid title.
    nikomo's Avatar
    September 2007
    15,994 Posts
    I hate Microsoft so much... Why can't they just admit that Silverlight is shit and stop using it for fucking Server applications -.-''
    Since when did Microsoft use Silverlight for any server application?
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  6. Post #4886
    As if anyone needed a reason to know why Speedfan is inaccurate

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  7. Post #4887
    QUACK
    Not_Yet's Avatar
    December 2008
    5,161 Posts
    holy shit my processor arrived today, time to get building my new pc
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  8. Post #4888
    SirCrest Sexual Enthusiast
    wingless's Avatar
    August 2008
    14,360 Posts
    As if anyone needed a reason to know why Speedfan is inaccurate

    And your temps are still 147f with those fans. Jesus, do you live on the sun?
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  9. Post #4889
    CIPWTTKT's Resident Redneckā„¢
    Dr. Deeps's Avatar
    December 2009
    7,034 Posts
    All it does is add 1 to an integer for as long as int is valid. 2.417 billion basically. We're going to run it until it errors.
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  10. Post #4890
    And your temps are still 147f with those fans. Jesus, do you live on the sun?
    haw

    The real speed turned out to be 2200 rpm
    And that isn't even my cpu, all cores are around 113F according to hwmonitor
    idk what the fuck the 147F (now ~160F) temperature is, wish I knew because it's significantly hotter then everything else
    hwmonitor just lists it as TMPIN1
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  11. Post #4891
    Mr Jazz
    Makol's Avatar
    January 2009
    37,750 Posts
    And I was quite possibly looking at those. Guess not anymore.
    Go with Bitfenix. These NZXT cables feel so cheap and gross but they were my only option.

    Edited:

    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/A...e_GTX_680_SLI/

    I need these cards.

    Now.

    Edited:

    http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/art...l/?sf3605771=1

    Mobile Kepler is looking good.
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  12. Post #4892
    PLUNGER BUTT
    TonyTheBean's Avatar
    November 2010
    2,292 Posts
    oh noez.
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  13. Post #4893
    Captain Armed Dildo, Master of Ratings
    cpt.armadillo's Avatar
    February 2011
    5,346 Posts
    I was swaggering around the streets of new york city, getting dumplings. I saw a computer store. Look in window at all the cases and stuff. I would've been a nerd in a computer hardware store, but I had a mission.

    Edited:

    I'm sad because that's probably the closest I'll ever get to an i7-950 or even a gts-250.
    Retail box, $109 for gts-250.
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  14. Post #4894
    Played it for the plot
    Dennab
    October 2008
    14,789 Posts
    haw

    The real speed turned out to be 2200 rpm
    And that isn't even my cpu, all cores are around 113F according to hwmonitor
    idk what the fuck the 147F (now ~160F) temperature is, wish I knew because it's significantly hotter then everything else
    hwmonitor just lists it as TMPIN1
    why are you using fahrenheit?
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  15. Post #4895
    :smugspike:'s Avatar
    December 2009
    1,345 Posts
    he is living in 1982
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  16. Post #4896
    Mercenary-'s Avatar
    June 2009
    3,288 Posts
    It's good to finally be able to see which comments people are replying to on Youtube.
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  17. Post #4897
    Audio Enthusiast
    Tezzanator92's Avatar
    June 2006
    2,631 Posts
    AVID wanted £20 for a breakout lead for my sound card's SPDIF ports. A crap moulded one with cheap cable at that.

    I made my own with proper 75 Ohm cable for under £5 in parts including postage and half an hour soldering

    Bloody robbery.
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  18. Post #4898
    Wait... so if I write anything here, it's going to show up under my name?
    B!N4RY's Avatar
    December 2009
    6,834 Posts
    he is living in america
    FTFY.
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  19. Post #4899
    Warship's Avatar
    June 2010
    8,588 Posts
    Same thing
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  20. Post #4900
    Wait... so if I write anything here, it's going to show up under my name?
    B!N4RY's Avatar
    December 2009
    6,834 Posts
    Same thing
    Interesting, I didn't know the USA is the same thing as the year 1982.
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  21. Post #4901
    Warship's Avatar
    June 2010
    8,588 Posts
    Well, just look at some of those internet speeds!
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  22. Post #4902
    PLUNGER BUTT
    TonyTheBean's Avatar
    November 2010
    2,292 Posts
    oh god. i can just see the speedtest war on the horizon.
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  23. Post #4903
    Warship's Avatar
    June 2010
    8,588 Posts
    (Also, brt, stay out of this)
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  24. Post #4904

    March 2012
    227 Posts
    oh god. i can just see the speedtest war on the horizon.
    No, we arn't dumbasses like you. We don't do that shit.
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  25. Post #4905
    CIPWTTKT's Resident Redneckā„¢
    Dr. Deeps's Avatar
    December 2009
    7,034 Posts
    I just showed the compiled program to my step-father, and it ran fine. I tried to re-do it on my copy of Dev-C++() here at home, and it threw errors saying cout and endl are undeclared. Wat.

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  26. Post #4906
    Gold Member
    kukiric's Avatar
    July 2006
    3,108 Posts
    Rough guess that it crashes your computer because 1 will never be <=3
    It's the same as while(true) and it doesn't do anything that would ever crash your computer. It's just sending output to a console.
    Maybe i will end up going out of range, but that won't cause a crash.

    Edited:

    I just showed the compiled program to my step-father, and it ran fine. I tried to re-do it on my copy of Dev-C++() here at home, and it threw errors saying cout and endl are undeclared. Wat.
    You forgot to tell the compiler that cout and endl are in the std namespace. So just std::cout and std::endl or use the "using" keyword so yeah.
    And iirc iostream doesn't end in .h, it's extensionless in most systems.
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  27. Post #4907
    CIPWTTKT's Resident Redneckā„¢
    Dr. Deeps's Avatar
    December 2009
    7,034 Posts
    It's the same as while(true) and it doesn't do anything that would ever crash your computer. It's just sending output to a console.
    Maybe i will end up going out of range, but that won't cause a crash.

    Edited:


    You forgot to tell the compiler that cout and endl are in the std namespace. So just std::cout and std::endl or use the "using" keyword so yeah.
    And iirc iostream doesn't end in .h, it's extensionless in most systems.
    Weird, because on Dev-C++ 4.9.9.2 in school on Windows XP, it's iostream.h and we've never had to declare those before. They've always just worked.
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  28. Post #4908
    Gold Member
    kukiric's Avatar
    July 2006
    3,108 Posts
    Weird, because on Dev-C++ 4.9.9.2 in school on Windows XP, it's iostream.h and we've never had to declare those before. They've always just worked.
    It's not the usual way though. Maybe they're just modified to work like that.
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  29. Post #4909
    CIPWTTKT's Resident Redneckā„¢
    Dr. Deeps's Avatar
    December 2009
    7,034 Posts
    I figured out that for some reason, at least as far as I can tell, they changed it to io.h on my version. So I changed that and then:



    It stopped complaining about endl this time...

    Edited:

    It's not the standard way though. Maybe they're just modified to work like that.
    Our book that is older than Dev-C++ works with it. So I'm assuming my teacher modified whatever files he needed to in order to make it so that we could literally just copy code out of the book.
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  30. Post #4910
    Gold Member
    kukiric's Avatar
    July 2006
    3,108 Posts
    I figured out that for some reason, at least as far as I can tell, they changed it to io.h on my version. So I changed that and then:



    It stopped complaining about endl this time...
    io.h and iostream aren't the same thing (or at least they shouldn't be)
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  31. Post #4911
    CIPWTTKT's Resident Redneckā„¢
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    December 2009
    7,034 Posts
    This is why I shouldn't code. This is why I'm probably going to have to go and be a 13th grader...
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  32. Post #4912
    Gold Member
    kukiric's Avatar
    July 2006
    3,108 Posts
    Don't just give up Deeps, you'll eventually get better as you practice.
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  33. Post #4913
    PLUNGER BUTT
    TonyTheBean's Avatar
    November 2010
    2,292 Posts
    Whats the best way of transporting a LCD monitor?
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  34. Post #4914

    March 2012
    227 Posts
    Whats the best way of transporting a LCD monitor?
    For you..............
    Dragging it behind your car.

    (User was banned for this post ("Flaming" - Hexxeh))
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  35. Post #4915
    Audio Enthusiast
    Tezzanator92's Avatar
    June 2006
    2,631 Posts
    Whats the best way of transporting a LCD monitor?
    Put something hard over the front face of the display to protect it from impacts, such as a sheet of hardboard or other wood. You can then put it in pretty much anything or wrap it in bubble wrap.
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  36. Post #4916
    Played it for the plot
    Dennab
    October 2008
    14,789 Posts
    Whats the best way of transporting a LCD monitor?
    a layer of foam over the screen, then a piece of plywood over that. Wrap the whole thing tight in bubblewrap. if you need to ship it you should double box it and fill any empty space with packing peanuts
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  37. Post #4917

    March 2012
    227 Posts
    For you..............
    Dragging it behind your car.
    horsedrowner and FlakTheMighty want Tony to stay! :O
    Edit: They really, really, REALLY want Tony to stay :O
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  38. Post #4918
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    January 2009
    3,644 Posts
    horsedrowner and FlakTheMighty want Tony to stay! :O
    Edit: They really, really, REALLY want Tony to stay :O
    No, you're just an even worse poster than he is.
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  39. Post #4919
    Gold Member
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    July 2007
    9,888 Posts
    Weird, because on Dev-C++ 4.9.9.2 in school on Windows XP, it's iostream.h and we've never had to declare those before. They've always just worked.
    Dev-C++ ships with deprecated headers like iostream.h. They are to never be used because fuck you and also because you're not going to be following any C++ standard that way.

    Edited:
    this isn't funny
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  40. Post #4920
    Naci's Sidekick
    FlakTheMighty's Avatar
    July 2010
    7,157 Posts
    horsedrowner and FlakTheMighty want Tony to stay! :O
    Edit: They really, really, REALLY want Tony to stay :O
    No we just think you're a terrible poster and deserve to be rated dumb, I don't like either of you and this is one of the reasons why.

    Edited:

    Aw, thanks for the box I love it.
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