Something Cool I Found.

Well, I think it's cool.

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#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

int main()
{
	char map[8][24] = {
		"                       ",
		"                       ",
		"                       ",
		"                       ",
		"                       ",
		"                       ",
		"                       ",
		"                       ",
    	};

	for(int display = 0; display < 600; display++)
	{
		cout << map[display];
	}	

cin.get();
}


Copy/Paste the code and run it with your volume up. This is the raw way to generate random characters. Also, your program will stop running after a while, but don't just close it. Stare in awe at the wonderful characters... ;D

Disclaimer: I am not trying to troll, hack, or disable anyone's computer. Any harmful occurrences are not to be blamed on me.
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Yay uninitialized memory. You didn't really need that whole map though...
This is the raw way to generate random characters


Not quite :p This is just the way to access memory that contains God knows what and may or may not even be yours...
Any OS with memory protection won't allow him to see not-his-own memory.
I assume that's what this is about:
Also, your program will stop running after a while, but don't just close it. Stare in awe at the wonderful characters...
if you can see them around the window announcing "We're sorry, but blah.exe encountered a problem and had to close...."
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