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OH GOD HOW DID IT GET HERE, I AM NOT GOOD WITH COMPUTER!

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Jun
19
answered Can I fork Linux source code, change it around to suit my desires, and claim it as my own kernel without doing any of the originating work?
Feb
26
awarded  Caucus
Feb
26
awarded  Constituent
May
12
awarded  Scholar
May
12
accepted What is considered best practice for printing usage / help (--help)?
Feb
28
comment What is considered best practice for printing usage / help (--help)?
@whatsisname usage, help for normal and longopts. I end up having around 200 lines of strings in the sourcode. Aside from that, I just don't think this is best practice, etc. There must be a more efficient way of putting in help texts, etc.
Feb
28
awarded  Student
Feb
28
asked What is considered best practice for printing usage / help (--help)?
Jan
23
answered What's the benefit of avoiding the use of a debugger?
Sep
25
awarded  Yearling
Sep
25
awarded  Editor
Sep
25
revised My customer wants me to record a video of how I develop his software product
added 409 characters in body
Sep
25
answered My customer wants me to record a video of how I develop his software product
Apr
30
comment What are the most popular IDEs per language?
I belive Code::Blocks is one of the best IDEs for C++, however, it's kinda struggling with acceptance. It won't beat VisualStudio on Windows. However, with declining popularity of Eclipse, Code::Blocks might get another chance.
Mar
29
comment Most common “Y2K-style” bugs today?
@Greg Hewgill: I posted a thread like that in programmers.SE, but it was closed due to non-relevance...
Mar
25
answered Time to drop Emacs and vi?
Mar
25
comment free as in free beer
Yet, the GPL isn't as free as one would guess. It's actually pretty rigid. I prefer ISC over anything.
Mar
22
answered Is “funny commenting” a bad practice or not?
Mar
19
awarded  Commentator
Mar
19
comment Why do ads for s/w engineers always say they “offer a fast-paced environment”?
Actually, I wouldn't mind not even getting out of the house for doing my programming assignments. Also, I don't see why I should get fully dressed, when all I do all day, is sit at the computer.