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Yes, my arrogance comes from 20 years of writing windows kernel drivers, its justified. Whereas you know nothing about the matter, as others have pointed out. Time to shut your mouth and open your ears and learn something.
When it's installed on a machine that I own, it's not THEIR OS, any more, it's mine.
The function of the OS is to allow you to use hardware and software that you own -- and "software" includes drivers.
THEIR OS is not more important than my work or my property. I shall not be using or paying MS a penny for anything new they produce until they get that perspective back into their "OUR OS IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN YOU" arrogant heads.
They should start the machine, let me see where my apps and files are, then get out of my f****** way.
I wanna be a eunuchs developer! Pass me a bread knife!
I have an vb application and need to convert vb.net. so any please suggest me how I can do that ? actually i just want to do using C# web based application. If any one have any reference of any application please provide me.
Thanks for your reply.
I just need to know the basic way that help me to convert VB6 to VB.NET. If have any case study or approach please share with me. or you have any utility like take .VB file as input and convert it to Vb.Net.
Exactly - rewrite it and take the opportunity to introduce brand new, exciting, never-seen-before bugs!
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Is not rather the genius of history like an eternal, imploring maiden, full of fire, with a burning heart and flaming soul, humanly warm and humanly beautiful?
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