I'm new around these parts and I hope I enjoy my stay. Been going by the name ryudo
all over the internet for years. Just a few minutes ago I cam to the conclusion my
old forum community was dead and didn't really care much for helping one another.
They just wanted to crack jokes and rip on one another. When trying to learn something
that is already going to be difficult, it is much easier to grasp the material by being
as kind and helpful as possible.
Enough with that stupid rant about a stupid place I came from. Let's get down to brass tacks.
I enjoy listening to most styles of music. My favorites being alt rock and electro/dubstep. (no skrillex!)
I am currently running a backtrack 5 R3 KDE installation, but I hope to be finding something
a bit more stable soon. I want to learn pretty much every language I can get my hands on.
I have already started learning a little bit of python and general shell scripting.
here's some examples of my very limited skill set:
#!/bin/bash #06/15/2011 #ryudo #Write a script that upon invocation shows the time and date, lists all #logged-in users, and gives the system uptime. #The script then saves this information to a logfile. clear #set up variables showtime=$(date +%r) showdate=$(date +%D) showusr=$(who) sysuptime=$(uptime) #output variables to screen echo The current time is $showtime echo Today"'"s date is $showdate echo Users currently logged "in": echo $showusr echo The current system uptime: echo $sysuptime #output variables to logfile echo ========================================>>./loggy.fle echo The current time is $showtime>>./loggy.fle echo Today"'"s date is $showdate>>./loggy.fle echo Users currently logged "in":>>./loggy.fle echo $showusr>>./loggy.fle echo The current system uptime:>>./loggy.fle echo $sysuptime>>./loggy.fle echo ========================================>>./loggy.fle exit #>>./loggy.fle
my python code is terrible. Pretty much still getting used to how it all works.
[email protected]:~# python Python 2.6.5 (r265:79063, Apr 16 2010, 13:09:56) [GCC 4.4.3] on linux2 Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. >>> print 4*4+4*4+4-4 32 >>>
Been a skiddie far too long. Time for me to grow up and join the ranks of real coders.
I know it's gonna take some real hard work, but it will be sooo worth it.
If you want to know any more just ask. Not sure how active I will be.
It took me 6 years to get 1337 posts on my last forum community....
they were all douchebags though />