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Recent posts by naitzu sai kneap

sirs.
thanks you

after many rebootz the moose is fixed!
Im sorry for going to autralian urls.
I promise not to go there anymor.

13 years ago

Originally posted by marc weber:
Careful with that grillz.

But seriously, if you need code fast, try my CodeOMatic. The output sometimes requires a bit of manual cleanup, but once you get that to compile and run, you'll be in good shape.



I TRIED CODE O MATIC BUT IT DIDNT WORK

Originally posted by Tara The Author:

Try /dev/null. That's where we put everything important.



MR TARA.
CAN YOU HELP ME WRITE JAVA PRGM AND GIVE ME FREE BOOK???
I TRIED DEV\NULL BUT IT DIDN'T WORK!!!

THNX ITZ URGNET!

Originally posted by marc weber:

Sure. I'll start.

Your turn.



UR BASTERD!!
I BY UR GRILLZ AND YOU WONT EVN HELP ME!!!


BAD MR MARC!
[ April 01, 2008: Message edited by: naitzu sai kneap ]
mr author.

CAn you post all the texts of your book in javaranch so we can read it here?
cuz it costs 2 much money 2 by.

Originally posted by Marc Peabody:
you applicashun has come down with bad case of the perls. i has that once. i got betters. lolz. k, bye.



Other marc.
Can you help me write Java program.???
Plzzzz!!!

This is very urgent for me!!!


Can you explain all these codes???

Originally posted by marc weber:
Variables declared as static cannot be reassigned new values. If you don't want your code interpreted at runtime, use the "native" keyword for faster execution. With encapsulation enabled, exceptions are inherited rather than thrown, so you need to override main to see them. If your code compiles with errors, you will need to decompile it before attempting to compile again.



I dont understand.
Can you give me sample codes?

Originally posted by Juan Pablo Crossley:
I really don't know if your problem is with compilation, but I will suggest the following:

class Stop {
public String willStop(Program p){
return "who cares?";
}
}

[ April 01, 2008: Message edited by: Juan Pablo Crossley ]






Mr Juan,
Can you tell me what is my problem???
I neet it URGENTLY!!
Sir,
it is many hours I have been rebooting machine but moose is upsidewon still.

Pz help!!!
13 years ago
I need to do this to
can you send me codes to do it?

Originally posted by marc weber:

I replied under your other post. See if that helps.



Why wont you help me???

Originally posted by marc weber:
Yes, it's a known bug. Until this is fixed, no one will be coding in Java.



I have bug to, marc.
Can you help me???

Originally posted by Jim Yingst:
There's nothing different about our logo or site software. If you're seeing things upside down, your computer may have been infected by the new 4/01 virus which came out today, apparently originating in Australia. Unfortunately this virus is virtually undetectable by most antivirus scanners. The good news is that it usually goes away on its own, eventually. Try rebooting your computer. You may need to do this several times before it works. Just be patient.



Sir,
I rebooted my computer 17 time and itz still upsidedoun.
Plz help!!!
13 years ago