Pls post me sorce conde



  • The log speaks for itself.

     

    16:59 -!- mohamedferose [n=mohamedf@219.64.67.150] has joined #x264
    16:59 < mohamedferose> Hi Zarxrax
    16:59 < mohamedferose> How is going on
    16:59 < mohamedferose> Z0rc
    17:00 < mohamedferose> Topic About x264 is so boring
    17:00 < mohamedferose> how u implemets
    17:00 < mohamedferose> pls post me sorce conde
    17:00 < mohamedferose> whaer is it c
    17:01 -!- mohamedferose [n=mohamedf@219.64.67.150] has quit [Client Quit]

    I find it amazing that not only do they insist that someone "post me sorce conde", but that if they don't get their "sorce conde" within 1 minute, they leave.



  • @Dark Shikari said:

    within 1 minute, they leave.
    That's common IRC behaviour. What causes people to do this is beyond me.



  • I know a guy from Pakistan who is like that. He keeps insisting that if I send him source code for things, he would learn from it, and he would never ever dare to copy it verbatim.

    The first and last time I did it, his work looked dangerously close to mine.

    I don't expect to see him at university much longer, considering the mandatory "Beginning Java" course (about which there are so many WTFs that it would provide an entire month worth of WTFU posts for this site...) ends this Friday and he still doesn't know what instance variables are and how to write getter/setters for them.


    Unrelated: Anyone know if Java will ever get sane like C# and introduce properties? getSomething/setSomething is annoying.

    public string foobar { get; set; }
    is nicer. :|


  • @garyniger said:

    Unrelated: Anyone know if Java will ever get sane like C# and introduce properties? getSomething/setSomething is annoying.

    public string foobar { get; set; }
    is nicer. :|
    I think Java learned from VB6 that properties are a BAD idea. Just look at the insanity of the MSCOM32 control. Properties acting as function, having lots of side effects.


  • Hello

     I want to wriet a scrensawer for my monitor

    HErei s what i do

     

     Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Notepad

    Write "make cool stuff with screen"

    File -> Save

    Save in: Desktop

    Save as: Screensaver.exe

    Save as type: Text Document (*.txt)

    Encoding: Ansi

      It doesnnt works

    Can pls sm1 send me teh codes?



  • @Daid said:

    @garyniger said:

    Unrelated: Anyone know if Java will ever get sane like C# and introduce properties? getSomething/setSomething is annoying.

    public string foobar { get; set; }
    is nicer. :|
    I

    think Java learned from VB6 that properties are a BAD idea. Just look
    at the insanity of the MSCOM32 control. Properties acting as function,
    having lots of side effects.


    Maybe because that's what they are? Syntactic sugar for getter/setter functions.

    'Cause Java totally forbids you to put unrelated code in getters/setters. Right.



  • @garyniger said:

    I know a guy from Pakistan who is like that. He keeps insisting that if I send him source code for things, he would learn from it, and he would never ever dare to copy it verbatim.

    The first and last time I did it, his work looked dangerously close to mine.

    I don't expect to see him at university much longer, considering the mandatory "Beginning Java" course (about which there are so many WTFs that it would provide an entire month worth of WTFU posts for this site...) ends this Friday and he still doesn't know what instance variables are and how to write getter/setters for them.


    Unrelated: Anyone know if Java will ever get sane like C# and introduce properties? getSomething/setSomething is annoying.

    public string foobar { get; set; }
    is nicer. :|
    Check out scala:
    var foobar: String
    
    of even:
    case class X(var foobar: String, ...) //and you also get equals(), hashCode(), toString() for free
    
    You're too young to die from boredom due to writing/maintaining such boilerplate.


  • Unrelated: Anyone know if Java will ever get sane like C# and introduce properties? getSomething/setSomething is annoying.

    public string foobar { get; set; }

    is nicer. :|

     

    Last I heard, it was under consideration for Java 7. Can't give you a URL to look at though unfortunately.



  • @PhillS said:

     

    Last I heard, it was under consideration for Java 7. Can't give you a URL to look at though unfortunately.

    A lot of things were under consideration for Java 7, and anything even remotely useful got heavy backlash.  The only thing worse than the Java programming language are the Java developers.



  • @bstorer said:

    @PhillS said:

     

    Last I heard, it was under consideration for Java 7. Can't give you a URL to look at though unfortunately.

    A lot of things were under consideration for Java 7, and anything even remotely useful got heavy backlash.  The only thing worse than the Java programming language are the Java developers.
     

    And the only thing worse than java developers is the java developer managers.



  • @Lingerance said:

    @Dark Shikari said:
    within 1 minute, they leave.
    That's common IRC behaviour. What causes people to do this is beyond me.

    I've spent some time doing animal photography at zoos, which involved waiting until the *&^%*& animal moved into an area where you could actually see it. While biding my time there would be countless people walking up to the exhibit, not seeing anything, declaring that there was nothing there and then walking off

    So its people behaviour in general and not IRC specific behaviour



  • @OzPeter said:

    I've spent some time doing animal photography at zoos, which involved waiting until the &^%& animal moved into an area where you could actually see it. While biding my time there would be countless people walking up to the exhibit, not seeing anything, declaring that there was nothing there and then walking off

    So its people behaviour in general and not IRC specific behaviour

    To be fair, you're a furry and even you find it frustrating to wait for the animals to come out.  Imagine how the rest of us who got dragged along to the zoo and are just hoping to find a bar feel?  The obvious solution is to place the animals in cramped cages so we can get a good look at them.  Even better: let us watch the animals while sitting and having a beer.  And why not just hook up some closed-circuit cameras so we don't have to walk from exhibit to exhibit and we don't have to smell the disgusting beasts?



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    To be fair, you're a furry and even you find it frustrating to wait for the animals to come out.  Imagine how the rest of us who got dragged along to the zoo and are just hoping to find a bar feel?  The obvious solution is to place the animals in cramped cages so we can get a good look at them.  Even better: let us watch the animals while sitting and having a beer.  And why not just hook up some closed-circuit cameras so we don't have to walk from exhibit to exhibit and we don't have to smell the disgusting beasts?
    We could save a lot more money by just killing and stuffing the animals, and lining them up against one wall of the bar.  If we're feeling really extravagent, we could paint the wall behind them to look like their natural habitats.



  • @Oirish said:

    @Daid said:

    @garyniger said:

    Unrelated: Anyone know if Java will ever get sane like C# and introduce properties? getSomething/setSomething is annoying.

    public string foobar { get; set; }
    is nicer. :|
    I

    think Java learned from VB6 that properties are a BAD idea. Just look
    at the insanity of the MSCOM32 control. Properties acting as function,
    having lots of side effects.


    Maybe because that's what they are? Syntactic sugar for getter/setter functions.

    'Cause Java totally forbids you to put unrelated code in getters/setters. Right.

     

    I always figured that it was a global conspiracy to force you to use an IDE to automate the process of creating those functions.



  • @garyniger said:

    I know a guy from Pakistan who is like that.
     

    I know a lot of students who are like that. Usually its enough to give them a few pointers (pun only a little bit intended)  what they might have to do or where the error might be. Usually they are much happier with that, because they can fix what has been holding them up and continue or finally get a starting point about how they might do that. True student then continue really (try to) understand it the.

    What happens if you give them code is usually: I do not understand this, but my assignment is due soon. I'll just (have to) copy paste this.

     

    Ofcourse, there are always people who just want an easy way out and commit (semi- or full-)plagiarism. Those are usually quickly weeded out in the first/second year in my experience.



  •  You must use the ".scr" extension for Windows screensavers, duh!  😉



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    To be fair, you're a furry and even you find it frustrating to wait for the animals to come out


    No .. I am not a furry .. I am in fact a furries worst nightmare .. I am a "voyeur of furries". I like to bask in the glow of the warm joy that they create, but yet not contribute to that creation.



  • @OzPeter said:

    @morbiuswilters said:
    To be fair, you're a furry and even you find it frustrating to wait for the animals to come out

    No .. I am not a furry .. I am in fact a furries worst nightmare .. I am a "voyeur of furries". I like to bask in the glow of the warm joy that they create, but yet not contribute to that creation.

    I don't understand.  Why are you photographing animals if not to get off?



  • @dtech said:

    I know a lot of students who are like that. Usually its enough to give them a few pointers (pun only a little bit intended)  what they might have to do or where the error might be. Usually they are much happier with that, because they can fix what has been holding them up and continue or finally get a starting point about how they might do that. True student then continue really (try to) understand it the.

    What happens if you give them code is usually: I do not understand this, but my assignment is due soon. I'll just (have to) copy paste this.

     

    Ofcourse, there are always people who just want an easy way out and commit (semi- or full-)plagiarism. Those are usually quickly weeded out in the first/second year in my experience.

    Believe me, I tried giving the guy some hints, but he's a pretty hopeless case.

    Example: one part of the assignment (an application that can import movies from the IMDB) included doing some work and showing a JProgressBar. He opted to make it show in its own JFrame. Nothing wrong with that approach, of course. Then he was completely overwhelmed because he could not figure out how to communicate new progress values to the JProgressBar in the JFrame. After I told him to make a setter along the lines of public void setProgress(int Progress, boolean Indeterminate) { /* do it yourself */ }, he looked at me as if I just spoke to him in Japanese. Long story short, I helped him through it a bit and he arrived at a point where his program worked but the progress bar never updated (it just hung). I told him to look into SwingWorker to make his application multi-threaded. I think that may have been a mistake and I should've just told him that this is how Java works.

    Another incident: he wanted to "stop the codings [he] writes from running [when a window popped up]". After another few minutes of discussion, it turned out he wanted to make a modal window. I told him to use JDialog instead and to look into the setModal method (which is deprecated, but easier since it takes a boolean). Of course, he went the complete opposite way, and tried making use of a while loop that tested whether the JFrame he made was still visible.

    I've been doing my best to avoid the guy and think he's gotten the hint that whatever he's doing is pointless because he will fail the course anyway (70% of the mark comes from coursework).

    To anyone else who still has the "joy" of going to university (and working as a C# programmer to afford going there): under no circumstances must you let people know that you know things. Your experience will be much nicer.

    *sigh* ... and don't get me started about the lecturer of the course. He thinks the "finally" keyword is not important enough to mention in lectures, and he's one of those idiots who jumped onto the bandwagon that "goto" is bad without being able to offer an explanation of what makes it bad (he threatened to fail me if I "used goto in Java", forgetting that Java does not support it).



  • @garyniger said:

    Believe me, I tried giving the guy some hints, but he's a pretty hopeless case.

    Example: one part of the assignment (an application that can import movies from the IMDB) included doing some work and showing a JProgressBar. He opted to make it show in its own JFrame. Nothing wrong with that approach, of course. Then he was completely overwhelmed because he could not figure out how to communicate new progress values to the JProgressBar in the JFrame. After I told him to make a setter along the lines of public void setProgress(int Progress, boolean Indeterminate) { /* do it yourself */ }, he looked at me as if I just spoke to him in Japanese. Long story short, I helped him through it a bit and he arrived at a point where his program worked but the progress bar never updated (it just hung). I told him to look into SwingWorker to make his application multi-threaded. I think that may have been a mistake and I should've just told him that this is how Java works.

    Another incident: he wanted to "stop the codings [he] writes from running [when a window popped up]". After another few minutes of discussion, it turned out he wanted to make a modal window. I told him to use JDialog instead and to look into the setModal method (which is deprecated, but easier since it takes a boolean). Of course, he went the complete opposite way, and tried making use of a while loop that tested whether the JFrame he made was still visible.

    I've been doing my best to avoid the guy and think he's gotten the hint that whatever he's doing is pointless because he will fail the course anyway (70% of the mark comes from coursework).

     

    I was in this situation in an introductory Java course in college as well. Unfortunately, the leech in question knew where I lived, since he lived just down the hall. I happened to live in a room next to a lounge that had a balcony, and if you stood on the balcony you could sort of see into my room through the window. I came home late one night, on a weekend, and my roommate told me "that guy who always needs your help with computer stuff is creeping me out." Apparently this guy had knocked on the door at around 12:30 AM, laptop in hand, looking for me. My roommate had looked through the peephole, seen who it was, and decided to ignore him. This prompted the guy to go out on the balcony and try to see into the room through the window, calling my name and saying "I know you're in there!" 

    On another occasion he mistook the joystick hooked up to my computer for an electric razor. I believe he dropped out of the CS program fairly quickly.



  • @morbiuswilters said:

    @OzPeter said:

    @morbiuswilters said:
    To be fair, you're a furry and even you find it frustrating to wait for the animals to come out

    No .. I am not a furry .. I am in fact a furries worst nightmare .. I am a "voyeur of furries". I like to bask in the glow of the warm joy that they create, but yet not contribute to that creation.

    I don't understand.  Why are you photographing animals if not to get off?


    One day Grasshopper, perhaps you too shall reach enlightenment.



  • @Dark Shikari said:

    The log speaks for itself.

     

    16:59 -!- mohamedferose [n=mohamedf@219.64.67.150] has joined #x264
    16:59 < mohamedferose> Hi Zarxrax
    16:59 < mohamedferose> How is going on
    16:59 < mohamedferose> Z0rc
    17:00 < mohamedferose> Topic About x264 is so boring
    17:00 < mohamedferose> how u implemets
    17:00 < mohamedferose> pls post me sorce conde
    17:00 < mohamedferose> whaer is it c
    17:01 -!- mohamedferose [n=mohamedf@219.64.67.150] has quit [Client Quit]

    I find it amazing that not only do they insist that someone "post me sorce conde", but that if they don't get their "sorce conde" within 1 minute, they leave.




  • @dtech said:

    I know a lot of students who are like that.
     

    Nothing changes. I work with people who are still like that.



  • @OzPeter said:

    @morbiuswilters said:

    @OzPeter said:

    @morbiuswilters said:
    To be fair, you're a furry and even you find it frustrating to wait for the animals to come out

    No .. I am not a furry .. I am in fact a furries worst nightmare .. I am a "voyeur of furries". I like to bask in the glow of the warm joy that they create, but yet not contribute to that creation.

    I don't understand.  Why are you photographing animals if not to get off?


    One day Grasshopper, perhaps you too shall reach enlightenment.
    If morb is a grasshopper, does that mean you like to photograph him?  And if so, do you do it to get off?  I'm extremely confused and aroused right now.



  • @Dark Shikari said:

    16:59 -!- mohamedferose [n=mohamedf@219.64.67.150] has joined #x264
    16:59 < mohamedferose> Hi Zarxrax
    16:59 < mohamedferose> How is going on
    16:59 < mohamedferose> Z0rc
    17:00 < mohamedferose> Topic About x264 is so boring
    17:00 < mohamedferose> how u implemets
    17:00 < mohamedferose> pls post me sorce conde
    17:00 < mohamedferose> whaer is it c
    17:01 -!- mohamedferose [n=mohamedf@219.64.67.150] has quit [Client Quit]

    I particularly love the fact that he doesn't even specify what he wanted source code for. Or what he wanted to know how zarxrax implemented, for that matter. Does he just want the entirety of x264?



  • @bstorer said:

    If morb is a grasshopper, does that mean you like to photograph him?  And if so, do you do it to get off?  I'm extremely confused and aroused right now.
     

    I too, except for being confused.

    🙂



  • @bstorer said:

    @OzPeter said:

    @morbiuswilters said:

    I don't understand.  Why are you photographing animals if not to get off?


    One day Grasshopper, perhaps you too shall reach enlightenment.
    If morb is a grasshopper, does that mean you like to photograph him?  And if so, do you do it to get off?  I'm extremely confused and aroused right now.

    I can understand your confusion, but the source of your troubles is that you have not considered the full classification of Morbs chosen path. As previously noted I am a voyeur of furries and indulge in public observations of their antics only when they are constrained to displays in zoos. However Morbs being a Grasshopper does not make him a furry. The insectoid aspects of his chosen path tends to appeal to those who enjoy being constrained in a tight chitinous binding rather than a plush and flexible covering. So technically Morbs is an Orthopterry, or more specifically a Caeliferry

    Because of his classification the thought of observing Morbs in his playtime rituals does not appeal to me at all (in fact the very thought makes me become a little nauseous).

    However I do understand that peoples desire encompasses a full spectrum of interests rather than one or two socially acceptable choices, so I cannot chide you for being drawn to something that I am not. Instead I would counsel you to act upon your desires and embrace Morbs in his full glory. Even if you find out that the ways of the Caeliferries are not truly that of your own, you will at least have looked deep into your own essence and will be able to hold your head high and proclaim - This is me!



  • @bstorer said:

    We could save a lot more money by just killing and stuffing the animals, and lining them up against one wall of the bar..
     

     You're not the first one to have this idea.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/11/16/electronic-polar-bears-re_n_359504.html

     



  • I'll leave this E-Mail I just received from my Pakistani stalker here since the thread is already derailed.

    Hi, i managed to import file which contains year or you can say movie file but its
    showing on the console. iwant to put ot in the gui text panel which i m getting
    how to do it can you reoughly provide me with the pseudo code. cheers for your
    help. i will wait ur response.
    
    thnx


  • @garyniger said:

    I'll leave this E-Mail I just received from my Pakistani stalker here since the thread is already derailed.

    Hi, i managed to import file which contains year or you can say movie file but its
    showing on the console. iwant to put ot in the gui text panel which i m getting
    how to do it can you reoughly provide me with the pseudo code. cheers for your
    help. i will wait ur response.
    
    thnx

    Start giving him wrong code and see how long he keeps asking.


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