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I will implement this code one day

using System;class Derp{ static int Main(string[] args) { try { if(true) { Exception ex = new Exception("DERP"); /* Look at this .NET, that I just found! When I say go, be ready to throw! Go! */ throw ex; } ... } catch (Exception) { //Ugh, lets try something else... return -1

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Dream Entry: Jormungandr

So I've decided to turn this blog into a place to record my dreams. This might be useful for inspiration somewhere down the line, plus after a particularly frightening, enjoyable or downright crazy dream, I like sharing them. It might be a while before something crazy like the segway version of mario kart comes around, but here we go anyway with entry 1.   I was the captain on a modestly-sized ship. It was one of those fancy ships rich people own where people could relax on couches on the inte

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test.c

#include <stdio.h> #include <string.h>   int main(int argc, char* argv[]) { .... if(argc == 2) .... { ........ if(strcmp(argv[1], "test") == 0) ........ { ............ printf("<msg> I wanted to join in the \"test\" bandwagon too! \n"); ........ } ........ else ........ { ............ printf("<msg> Some other content\n"); ........ } .... } .... else .... { ........ printf("<ERROR> You must input one entry title\n"); .... }   .... return 0; }  

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No, windows. I don't want to update at 1 AM.

Does this "feature" bother anyone else? I'm programming away late last night and decide to stop and get some sleep. I hover over the shutdown button and apparently Windows needs to update before shutting down.   I never leave my updates run unattended because that's just generally not a great idea. I don't do that for Linux and I certainly wouldn't for Windows. So what now? I can't tell Windows "do that stuff the next time I turn the machine on", it has to be done now. At 1 AM. Do I concede an

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