Re: A little disappointed
Date: Sun, 28 Nov 2004 18:30:16 -0500
"Anthony Borla" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Also, one important reason pointers have been problematic in C and C++ is
> because pointer misuse often 'brings down the whole house' [i.e. program
> crashes, core is dumped etc]. It's probably human nature to want to avoid
> [rather than understand and try to circumvent] practices which lead to
> catastrophic events.
"core" sir? When's the last time you used a 1401? Ah, your age is showing
(and I suppose mine, too).
Just couldn't resist ::)
- Re: PATCH: (Test) it8212 driver for 2.6.9rc3
... > to avoid needing the core IDE support fixed (and in some cases to work around ... > ide bugs/limits). ... The buzzed changes you avoid to include so hard are: ... trick to avoid 4 LOC change to IDE core ...
- RE: Methodologies for Building MS Access Application
... there will hopefully be several other responses. ... just have a few notes that will go to your core starting issue, avoid the ... and the relationships/links between them. ...
- Re: Intel Core 2 Duo 6400
... motherboards that support the Core 2? ... Yes sir! ... Check newegg. ...
- Re: OT computer speed
... In the past the Celeron was a thing to avoid. ... So we get Core Duo, Quad core, and expect to ... of course if there isn't enough RAM, ...
- Made some flash cores
... I did roll some willow comp over the prime and shot out of a mine. ... and "to avoid this" by coating with a comp ... Also I rolled the core comp out and cut. ... BTW I really like the swimming effect, I didn't know it was so ...