God, another mouth to feed. I'm surprised they manage to breed (the expectant father looks like Tim-Nice_But-Dim in the Torygraph). On the up-side he married out, so there us every chance this one will not have webbed feet or six toes.
I'd thought she was up the spout a few months back when they were in the Phillipines and she wasn't drinking alcohol, but this can't be the same pregnancy.
The Reincarnation wrote:
When does morning sickness warrant a few days in Hospital?
To be fair, what she has can get pretty hairy[^] but to be even more fair, I doubt being married to the heir to the throne has counted against here.
The Reincarnation wrote:
I wonder which mugs will be picking up the bill for this?
"I controlled my laughter and simple said "No,I am very busy,so I can't write any code for you". The moment they heard this all the smiling face turned into a sad looking face and one of them farted. So I had to leave the place as soon as possible." - Mr.Prakash One Fine Saturday. 24/04/2004
That's one thing you can't blame them (the Royal Family) for. The press should get off its collective ass and look for more newsworthy material.
The Duchess of Cambridge, the former Kate Middleton, is understood to have found out last month that she was pregnant, and had not intended to go public with the news until she was at least 12 weeks pregnant.
So they can't even respect her privacy? Oh I forgot, they already published candid photos of her, they've got no idea what the word means.
.....to find out who the real contributors are. Basically the Hamsters are finding out who still contributes when not motivated by points and those who do are going to be rewarded with money and the latest gadgets.
(I waited three threads before bringing it back to Rep Points again. )
....to find out who the real contributors are. Basically the Hamsters are finding out who still contributes when not motivated by points and those who do are going to be rewarded with money and the latest gadgets.
Your logic is quite flawed. Why would they reward those who contribute anyways?
While it may seem wrong to you, from an economic standpoint it would be more likely that those that do not contribute unless rewarded would reap rewards in the hopes that they will contribute more.
Computers have been intelligent for a long time now. It just so happens that the program writers are about as effective as a room full of monkeys trying to crank out a copy of Hamlet.
Hmm, I see we join Samoa in pool B. That should be interesting, and probably Scotland. The anonymous Americas 2 is intriguing; maybe Argentina? I only had a brief look, so maybe I don't have the full story.
That is most likely what you will find. Open source projects are generally more advanced, which is why they need many people working on them. If you are still learning then I would suggest you go to the CodeProject articles[^] and work through some of the samples.
One of these days I'm going to think of a really clever signature.
If it's practice in c# that you seek, why not try to code something useful for yourself to start.
For example i started with some tutorials and programmed me a movie database program to organize my collection for starters. Or think about something that you need, write it down, start thinking of the design, what should the program do for you, start with user cases, develop clases and functions.
It's really quiet easy and if you get stuck you'll know where to get help here at CP
Hmm i wonder why its doing that......ARGHS NO STOP, ROLLBACK ROLLBACK...F*** That's how i learned to "Always Backup"!!
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Cats are man's adorable little serial killer
Mendor has some good ideas there - the other thing to try is go over to QA and look at the questions. Work out your own answer and then compare it against the other given ones (you don't have to post yours if you aren't sure). I did when I was starting C# (with the forums, this was pre-QA) and it is surprising how much you can learn by trying to help people!
They can come up with some really simple questions that make you think "No, hang on, how do you do that properly?"
If you get an email telling you that you can catch Swine Flu from tinned pork then just delete it. It's Spam.
i have some theory knowledge in C#, but no practical experience.
Welcome to my world.
i want to improve my Skills, and start working on some project.
This sounds like maybe we should try a project together. I have been playing around with some utilities that help me. I am entirely self taught and do not have much free time. Perhaps we could come up with some ideas and put together a article.
What do you think? If interested email me.
Frazzle the name say's it all
Always code as if the guy who ends up maintaining your code will be a violent psychopath who knows where you live.
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