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well that was the name of my first c# program and here it is again. Im no longer new to linux (although i do have a nasty habit of screwing ...
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    Hello world


    well that was the name of my first c# program and here it is again. Im no longer new to linux (although i do have a nasty habit of screwing up gentoo. 3 times now and counting) but since every1 else was introducing themselves i felt like doing it to. Im a 14 year old who ammuses himself by ripping appart old crappy comps and making them into half decent CS servers which i sell slash rent. great way to make money mind you. from what i know my computer is the beast of these forums, if anyone can beat me plz let me know so i can upgrade . I also got a new soundstorm from nvidia yesterday, i was pissed that soundblaster didnt have linux drives, and i couldnt get the emulated ones to work. NVIDIA is the KING, not only for linux but also for quality (and price for that matter)
    MY STATS:
    8 gigs of ram
    western digital 160 gig hd
    seagate 120 gig hd
    external 1 TB hd
    AMD xf-55
    sli geforces
    soundstorm 6.1 (i have a soundblaster but i never got the 6/7 channel to work)
    i should also mention that the two little HDs are in RAID 0 config, however im not so sure how much of a diff software RAID makes.

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    whhoaa that is a serious rig..

    especially all that storage.... :smoke:

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    thats a crazy 14 year old awesome comp man...

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    I bet my rig cost thoudands less..yet can still preform what yours can..
    regards..

    Wizzard

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    i made a hello world program too

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    ... hellow world is the name of the first program in just about any programming language. except maybe assembler

    wow, 8 gigs of ram? That is two times the HD in my old computer! If only I had the money... I would go to spain for two months
    Stumbling around the 'net:
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    lol, i do program in a bit of asm. its mainly for making games on the TI calculators, however computer asm is pretty much identical. and as for the
    I bet my rig cost thoudands less..yet can still preform what yours can.. Very Happy
    can it boot UT2004 in under 4 seconds :P

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    #include <stdio.h>
    {
    main()
    printf("Hello World. And Greetings to You")
    }

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    Quote Originally Posted by psic
    ... hellow world is the name of the first program in just about any programming language. except maybe assembler

    wow, 8 gigs of ram? That is two times the HD in my old computer! If only I had the money... I would go to spain for two months
    actually even in assembly hello world is usually still the first "real world" example of programmin in full 100% assembly..
    Code:
    .MODEL  SMALL
    .DATA
    HWRLD   DB    "Hello world!$"
    .CODE   
            MOV   AX,@DATA
            MOV   DS,AX     
            MOV   DX,OFFSET HWRLD
            MOV   AH,09H
            INT   21H
            POP   DX
            POP   AX
            MOV   AH,4CH
            INT   21H
            END
    you ever notice how far assembly has come..wow it's been a while because I first learned HLA(high level assembly) almost 8 years ago..but look at the same code in hla..
    Code:
    program HelloWorld;
     
    #include&#40; "stdlib.hhf" &#41;
     
    begin HelloWorld; 
    	stdout.put&#40; "Hello World", nl &#41;;
    end HelloWorld;
    and finnaly up to todays win32 assembly..
    Code:
    MASM&#58;
    
    .data
    Hello db "Hello World",0
    .code
    push 0
    push 0
    push offset szHello
    push offset szHello
    push 0
    call MessageBoxA
    call ExitProcess
    end
    well that's it..and I know my crummy litle box can do these just as fast as the thred poster's awesome box..
    refards..

    Wizzard

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    Umm, Ive just posted it in C, bahah.

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