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Thanks. A little late for the party, but it is still good to use if they go through with the idea....
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I'm not sure I follow you there. You can get all the documentation from the MS site. You don't need an MSDN subscription.No thank you - I don't need any more nightmares either. Maybe it is just that I don't know where to look/how to search for the proper API's then. I just know every time I looked for different information on various classes, method, whatever; I could never find them and when I asked other developers I work with, they always say you have to look it up in MSDN. When I tell them I don't have a subscription, they always told me they couldn't help me then. Guess I should have known better and asked here instead When I go to change languages to C#, I will definitely know who to ask if I get stuck trying to find documentation
I actually have found the MSDN documentation to be much better and easier than other languages/SDKs/APIs.
Want a nightmare? Go try something with the Facebook API. Good f**king luck.-Renegade (June 26, 2011, 01:03 PM)
It doesn't. In fact, it makes it worse. The fact that gold has no intrinsic value is not part of the problem, rather it is the reason it is a good basis for monetary policy. If you have a continuously variable supply that can be consumed by any number of sources (silver, for example) then the value is based on the supply at hand and makes everything relative and meaningless. Gold has a stable supply (it increases supply at a miniscule, stable rate and has no significant source of consumption), can only be increased by small amounts (you have to find it before you can dig it up), requires economic activity to grow, and most importantly can not be created or destroyed by those who control the monetary system. The only thing they can do is control how much exits their system (the banking system); and to a certain extent, how much enters it. If they can not control a material that is intrinsically valuable due solely to scarcity (which is the only intrinsic value of gold), then they can not arbitrarily control the entire economy at will as they do now.To base the entire world's economy on one material of limited supply that has no intrinsic value is the part that is the problem, and most economists agree with that point.-wraith808 (June 25, 2011, 03:18 PM)
I don't see how basing the entire world's economy on one material of unlimited supply that has no intrinsic value is any better.-Deozaan (June 25, 2011, 03:46 PM)
it's already legally dead. All that now remains is for Microsoft to set the date for its execution.Um, didn't Microsoft officially sanction Mono? I mean wasn't that what all the hype around Mono was for - it was a Novell project utilizing the MS-Novell agreement to gain access to the core components so they could code it against MS reference data? Of course now that Novell is dead, I am guessing Mono is too, or soon will be; but I thought part of the agreement included the MONO project and it's endorsement by Microsoft was at least partial proof of that.-40hz (June 26, 2011, 07:09 AM)
[Yeah, well, my home speed is about half your speed I would bet (can't test it, my home machine is down with a dead HD - waiting for the new one so I can rebuild it and try. Probably died from the same thing that killed the internet that day). I think my best scores then were somewhere around Deo's score or maybe a little lower.
Are you looking to get people to hate you?
(Just kidding~!)-Renegade (June 23, 2011, 01:15 AM)