im stealing this and patenting it for my own. have i shown you guys my wumbo script?
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echo Turning wumbo on...;
sleep 20s; #It takes a while for wumbo to boot.
#Wouldn't want to destroy the processor
echo -n Wumbo is on;
./pause; #Basic C program I wrote to pause the program
#without a message
What is wumbo. Did you give me a virus? Anyway I have a better one:
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from optparse import OptionParser
usage="enter access level and game to hack"
print("Security team alerted. Logging your name and computer address.")
print("This module is classified")
Thanks @Naraku933 I haven't used linux much only thought there was a Sleep(). Either way what I was trying to say was they are platform dependent. You don't have to be so rude DTSCode its not like you haven't had a typo.
i wasnt being rude. you tried to tell me that you could only sleep in windows. if you didnt know you could, then you shouldnt say stuff like you can only do it in windows. thats the kind of shit fred pulls
edit: and if you were trying to say its platform dependent say that instead of
Sleep() is for only windows.