First Blog Post

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Hello All,

This is my first blog post! I'll keep it short and sweet, mainly because I don't have much to talk about at the moment. I'm in college. College is fun...a lot of fun. But sometimes I feel like going to college for Computer Science is a waste of time and money. I'm grateful for the education that I have received, but...

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D20 Creatures of DiC

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Cyber Pegacorn (B9 Bane)
Size/Type: Large Magical Beast
Hit Dice: 8d10+20 (76 hp)
Initiative: +5
Speed: 60 ft. (12 squares), fly 120 ft. (average)
Armor Class: 27 (-1 size, +3 Dex, +6 natural, +8 Equipment, +1 Dodge), touch 12, flat-footed 15
Base Attack/Grapple: +8/+14
Attack: Horn +11 melee (1d8+8),2 Hooves +7 melee (1d6+4), Rear...

C# ASP.NET MVC Upload Image From Clipboard

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Usually, when I set to do something I have never done before in code, there is a plethora of available information on the web about how to get it done. Pasting anything from the clipboard seems to be the exception to that very general rule. It is likely that this is due to the fact that HTML5 is relatively new and the use of the classes that...

Updates in Descending Order

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06/25/2014 - Cleared Polls and Added Updates and Role Call
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Easy Way To Post Multiple JavaScript Values To PHP Using JQuery AJAX

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For the sake of argument, let's assume you have to pass a plethora of Javascript values to PHP through a POST submission. Maybe it is an array of numbers or simple point objects. You want to do this quickly and don't want to be bothered with using a hidden form or having to list out a ton of fields in some long data string that...

Be about the code

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I just spent an hour+ writing this in response to a specific thread. When I was done I thought it might be good as a blog entry. All too often we see rookies ask a question, provide virtually no code and ask for "help" with it, but there isn't anything to help with. Then when we suggest they either need to make some effort for us...
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Return of RPG20XX

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I had once talked about an old engine replacement for RPG Maker 2003...

make a text editor in vb6!

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today,i want to show you how to make a text editor in vb6....

What the heck have I been doing

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My Project got Featured on Ch9!

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String.Format Diagnostic feature on This Week on Channel9

Java: "Why isn't my input inputting?"

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One of the most common beginner traps in Java is the behavior of the "convenience" methods of the Scanner class. The usual scenario is this: the assignment is to write code accepting inputs of various types and process those inputs in some fashion. For example the assignment might be to prompt the user for a String, a substring, an...

Technical difficulties, still plugging away

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For anyone who might be following along, I've been having a bit of a time getting the dev environment set up on my new system. The problem is more that, for some reason, UE4 just causes me to blue screen. I'm inclined to blame ATI though, I'm pretty sure it's something to do with having the 4 r290x cards xfired.

So I'm still...

lol at this forum.

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Okay, so i'm back, from hiatus. I was posting on other forums, this site is waste of effortttttt

but i digress

Took a break

BACK, halfly-so


LEARNING PHP.

bye
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Spreadsheets

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Over the course of the past 3-4 years, I have been using spreadsheets (mainly Excel) for many things ranging from homework to personal tasks to research projects. At first, I could only use it to store data-sets and some basic highlighting and charts. Then I started to work with functions and basic analysis of data as my studies required me to do...

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ITM, an internet traffic counter simply!

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I have been violating the DRY Principle

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With me working through the exercises while learning python I have violated the DRY principle and am tired or repeatedly recreating the same working code. To remedy the situation I have created two 'Use these files.'

The files are named functional and input.
function is the general file I will load from this point forward while testing...

LESSON 3: MAKING A GRAPHICS IN CONSOLE USING C++ COMMANDS, cout<<

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Did you know that you have many things to do with your console? Exploring and playing with this programming languages is more fun, like what I did, I made a graphics using C++, here's my code! Enjoy this one ^^ .

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Why So Many Web Languages?

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To a person with little experience in web design/development, it can be hard to take that first step in the learning process. There are a great many aspects to web development, and a number of different languages that are used to achieve different things, so it's very easy to feel bombarded with information. This tutorial is meant to be an...
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