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User profile: Little Bobby Tables

User info
User name:Little Bobby Tables
Email:dtscode@dragontoothsoftware.com
Name:Nick Chambers
Location:California
Website:http://dragontoothsoftware.com
Bio:First of all, to answer your question: yes. My username is derived from the xkcd comic: http://xkcd.com/327/ . I am not the original Little Bobby Tables. I just thought it would be a good username since he is one of the more iconic characters. My favorite comic(s):
http://xkcd.com/1133/
http://xkcd.com/350/ (<-- I'm actually trying to build that)

My hobbies include programming (specifically os and compiler design), brain teasers (such as sudoku) and spending time with my gf. I have been programming for about four years now on a variety of platforms, including windows, linux, and mac. I currently use the gnu gcc toolchain (with flex and bison) on linux mint to develop. I don't like ides, and as a result use the terminal and gedit. My career goal is to get a degree in cs and start working in the field of encryption. If you need to contact me you can reach me here via pm (i dont actually check that email. i just needed it for the account) or on the irc.quakenet.org irc channel #cplusplus. My fastest time solving a rubiks cube is 1:10, which if you can solve one you realize how disgraceful those 10 seconds are. I have been on this forum before under a different username, but I wont reveal it.

some cool websites:
http://www.catb.org/jargon/html/magic-story.html
http://james.hamsterrepublic.com/technomancy/
http://threevirtues.com/
Statistical data
Birthdate:Jun 12, 1996
Gender:Male
Occupation:Programmer
Skills:C
BASIC
PHP
C++
Assembly
Java
Javascript
Python
History
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Number of posts:805
Latest posts:

main is not a function
@LB: ah yes i remember now... that would be a label. i guess my assembly is rusty after all.

Next Generation if statements?
I was chatting with this user Eelis (in case you aren't familiar with his work: http://open-std.org/...

main is not a function
[s]well in gcc at any rate, when i do gcc -O0 test.c -S it generates an assembly file with main in i...

help with the for loop
when you need to index an array or RAII container?

help with the for loop
could you please elaborate? is it that you dont understand how it works?