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Postby t i l e x » Tue May 02, 2006 4:40 pm

Go on C# Home, you'll find him. :?
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Postby Emery » Tue May 02, 2006 5:18 pm

Wizard wrote:So hopefully that'll take care of the bots that my own hacks have missed.
As for tex... if anyone wants to rewrite a 12'000 line C program in PHP they're more than welcome to. Way more work than I care to admit. I'm back to trying to get ahold of Loobian. Anyone heard from him in the last few months?
I'm working on my own [math] tag that uses C/C++ operands and <cmath> functions for its syntax. I'm not a fan of the tex syntax myself.

Ex:
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[math]sqrt(pow(5, 2)) = 5[/math]

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It'll also respond to text formatting tags around and in it when creating the image, like [color] and [size].
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Postby rebecaortynski » Mon Feb 13, 2012 5:22 am

Invictus wrote:One more thing... I think Authorhouse Contests should be below Open Discussion.

I acctually like the old layout better.





This area would be great to discuss anything aside from C++. :clap:
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Re: Changes

Postby Wizard » Thu Feb 16, 2012 11:00 am

:wtf:
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Re: Changes

Postby mmo18 » Mon Oct 06, 2014 7:47 am

I would consider moving Homeworks above Windows programming and probably above General, so that newbies see it first. A lot of new posters triple post as they find each new forum that is more appropriate. More experienced people will know to look down a few centimeters.
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Re: Changes

Postby lijun » Wed Oct 22, 2014 2:22 am

The History of Table Tennis

Like many other sports,
table tennis began as a mild social diversion. Descending,
along with lawn tennis and badminton,
from the ancient medieval game of tennis.
It was popular in England
in the second half of the nineteenth century under
its present name and various trade names such as Gossima and Whiff-Whaff.
After the name Ping-Pong
(an imitation of the sound made by the ball striking the table and the vellum bats that were used)
was introduced by J. Jaques & Son, the game became a fashionable craze.


The game was popular in Central Europe in 1905-10,
and even before this is a modified version had been introduced to Japan ,
where it later spread to China and Korea.
After a period when it had dropped out of favor in Europe,
the game was revived in England and Wales in the early twenties.
by that time 'Ping-Pong' had been registered as a trademark,
so the earlier name of table tennis was re-introduced.
National associations were formed and standardization of the rules began,
both in Europe and the Far East.Then, over the next sixty years,
table tennis developed into a major worldwide sport,
played by perhaps thirty million competitive players and by uncountable millions who play less seriously.
However, the game itself has not changed in essence since its earliest days, though it is faster,
more subtle and more demanding than it was even only twenty years ago.



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Re: Changes

Postby lijun » Wed Oct 22, 2014 2:23 am

The History of Table Tennis

Like many other sports,
table tennis began as a mild social diversion. Descending,
along with lawn tennis and badminton,
from the ancient medieval game of tennis.
It was popular in England
in the second half of the nineteenth century under
its present name and various trade names such as Gossima and Whiff-Whaff.
After the name Ping-Pong
(an imitation of the sound made by the ball striking the table and the vellum bats that were used)
was introduced by J. Jaques & Son, the game became a fashionable craze.


The game was popular in Central Europe in 1905-10,
and even before this is a modified version had been introduced to Japan ,
where it later spread to China and Korea.
After a period when it had dropped out of favor in Europe,
the game was revived in England and Wales in the early twenties.
by that time 'Ping-Pong' had been registered as a trademark,
so the earlier name of table tennis was re-introduced.
National associations were formed and standardization of the rules began,
both in Europe and the Far East.Then, over the next sixty years,
table tennis developed into a major worldwide sport,
played by perhaps thirty million competitive players and by uncountable millions who play less seriously.
However, the game itself has not changed in essence since its earliest days, though it is faster,
more subtle and more demanding than it was even only twenty years ago.



http://lincolnmaine.org/upload/cheapauthenticnbajerseys.asp
http://lincolnmaine.org/upload/cheapauthenticnfljerseys.asp
http://www.ochotels.com/images/MoCN4/index.asp
http://www.ochotels.com/images/iBZZj/index.asp
http://www.ochotels.com/images/EF1/index.asp
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