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Messages - Pederson

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C++ / Re: The Problem
« on: January 15, 2011, 11:40:05 pm »
ok, not too seem like a dick but, when you post any sort of problem at the minimum describe the program and some idea of what's wrong with it... just for next time(:

I asked him to post his source in a post so I could see it. I already knew the problem in the chat box. I never expected him to take it so literally. I'll modify the post so a question is also presented.

makes more since XD plus you should also use a variable for the version or, at least i would since it is going to be changing frequently

2
C++ / Re: The Problem
« on: January 15, 2011, 11:31:31 pm »
ok, not too seem like a dick but, when you post any sort of problem at the minimum describe the program and some idea of what's wrong with it... just for next time(:

3
C++ / Re: How to create a chat log files?
« on: January 14, 2011, 12:51:37 am »
you could always just put them to a formatted text file... even... recieve -> text file -> program or you could output and put it to a text file... a few other ways you could do it depending on what your use is

4
C / Re: Parsing using C?
« on: January 13, 2011, 11:55:57 pm »
Thanks jho! hmmn, Your correct, It will just output the hello without the world, I will try that "<tag>hello <target>world</target></tag>" and output "hello" and "world" at the same time.

 ;)

if you are just trying to take out the tags, you can just take out one tag and loop it until there are no tags left in the string... I've done this in Python and (in that lang.) it was pretty simple XD I guess it just depends on what you want your end result to be

5
XHtml/Html / Re: Set a certain frame after clicking a link?
« on: January 05, 2011, 08:12:45 pm »
eww! frames are NOT good practice at all and would not recommend them... you can maybe use jquery ajax... something else besides frames

6
Introductions / Re: Hey
« on: December 19, 2010, 06:18:27 pm »
2008 is not that old. I have a C++ primer book from 1996 on C++ and the examples work fine. I'm glad to see you figured it out though. Guess you're on your way now to becoming a programmer. Good luck. We can help you out where you need it!

I use the K&R(for c) which is in the early 90's? anyways, the c languages arent really updated so, you can use as old of books youd like

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Introductions / Re: Hey
« on: December 17, 2010, 05:57:22 pm »
I take high level (for a highschool student) calculus and physics

as do i... a lot of my friends have tried programming and failed... One thing you got to remember that its a way of thinking and not how "smart" you are if you think logical youll do just fine XD what language are you starting out in?

anyways, welcome to the forums

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Project Advertisment / Re: Blockaworld!
« on: September 30, 2010, 08:46:18 pm »
i see your caught up in another game ^^ looks pretty nice celestial but, jw how much time do you get to develop with the whole military thing?

9
Software support / Re: torrents
« on: September 30, 2010, 08:42:17 pm »
your only saying this because Jordan now has to work for the FBI to not go to jail lmao but, he did not use The Pirate Bay and it was put there by the government... just stick to trusted downloads and you should be fine

10
Software support / Re: Boot windows xp off a usb flash drive
« on: July 29, 2010, 11:37:05 pm »
i would just boot it in safe mode then it shows a "hidden" Administrator account (witch is root) if you need admin rights or, to change passowrds and if your a underprivileged user you can do admin things in the cmd if you know the commands

11
OS Developement / Re: Testing a bootloader?
« on: July 26, 2010, 06:54:53 pm »
Download Magic ISO and mount a CD drive. Then create a ISO of your boot loader and mount the iso on the virtual drive.
After that, start up your VM and it will recognize the virtual drive and the "cd" inside it.

power ISO is easier :) and the trail never seems to run out with me

13
Humor / Re: CSI mistake :D
« on: July 25, 2010, 07:58:00 pm »
... and the vb programmer saves the day. Hehe.
with a VB GUI who knew it could trace ips?

14
Humor / CSI mistake :D
« on: July 25, 2010, 06:48:31 pm »
here is a funny CSI NY i think mistake

15
Hey, it compiles! SHIP IT!

Microsoft.

more like "override the errors to the compiler" "it runs" "ship it!"

16
Beta Releases / Re: Virtual Monopoly Calculator
« on: July 20, 2010, 07:30:00 pm »
i think you have to much time on your hands

17
Suggestions / Re: Next eBook?
« on: July 19, 2010, 02:00:39 pm »
looking forward to some tutorials :D sounds like there is going to be many

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No... You look up the system model on google.You bought your computer stock or prebuilt, so you have to figure out what is inside. You could always just open it up and look up the model yourself. This is a just a round about way of doing that.

or CPUID i think its called itll tell you..

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Python / Re: Python help needed(irc bot)
« on: June 28, 2010, 12:07:01 pm »
It's so much smaller too. O_o

I dont really coment anything exp in python(self explanitory) so yea its smaller :D

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Python / Re: Python help needed(irc bot)
« on: June 26, 2010, 05:53:44 pm »
Code: Python
  1. import socket
  2. class Bot:
  3.     def __init__(self, server='enigmagroup.ath.cx', port=6667):
  4.         """creates the socket object and connects to the server"""
  5.         self.irc = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM)
  6.         self.irc.connect( (server, port ) )
  7.         self.data = self.irc.recv ( 4096 )
  8.        
  9.     def nickname(self, nick = 'bot_fixing', realname = 'my botty'):
  10.         self.irc.send('NICK ' + nick + '\r\n')
  11.         self.irc.send('USER Karuption bot botty bot bot: Python IRC\r\n')
  12.        
  13.     def join_channel(self, channel='#bots'):
  14.         self.irc.send('JOIN ' + channel + '\r\n')
  15.        
  16.     def work(self):
  17.         data = self.irc.recv ( 4096 )
  18.         if data.find('PING') != -1:
  19.             self.irc.send('PONG ' + data.split()[1] + '\r\n')
  20.            
  21.         if data.find(':!quit') != -1:
  22.             datasp = data.split(' :')[0]
  23.             if datasp.find('-214EEDC3.dsl.irvnca.sbcglobal.net'):
  24.                 self.irc.send('QUIT \r\n')
  25.         print data
  26.        
  27.     def parseMessage(self):
  28.         data = self.data
  29.         msg = data.split(':')[2]
  30.         author = data.split(':')[1].split('!')[0]
  31.         print "%s : %s" % (author,msg)
  32.  
  33. bot = Bot()
  34. bot.nickname()
  35. bot.join_channel()
  36. while True:
  37.     bot.work()
  38.  
there you go it will connect and everything parse doesnt work tho

i have it working on Python 2.5.5 so :D

21
Introductions / Re: Voltez01
« on: June 25, 2010, 01:19:01 pm »

Quote from: Pederson
I havent seen that l337 hax0r thing in a wile... and nobody pursues it :D anyways welcome to the forums and you will fit in here :D

Btw. i would put the using std::'s outside the main() just below the include thats what i do... or i just cover them all with "using namespacestd;"

just finished reading up on namespacestd; saves time and effort thanks for the useful tip :)

dont forget the space there

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Introductions / Re: Voltez01
« on: June 24, 2010, 01:22:38 pm »
Better impression made then most other new members. Glad to see your not here screaming "make me a 1337 hax0r!".

You have a long ways to get until you can make a Guild war server. But I don't mind helping out where I might be able to. Just don't dump the entire project on me. :P

Welcome to the forums.
-Celestialkey

I havent seen that l337 hax0r thing in a wile... and nobody pursues it :D anyways welcome to the forums and you will fit in here :D

Btw. i would put the using std::'s outside the main() just below the include thats what i do... or i just cover them all with "using namespacestd;"

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Humor / Re: Few days ago
« on: June 11, 2010, 09:52:01 pm »
I'm glad I have great cooling. This baby has been on for about a month.
1 year.

:O that means no upgrades or reboots in a year :O


ahh... i need to build me a computer lol

Well considering I made him reboot two days ago, I would go ahead and correct him by saying that his computer is not off more then 5 minutes or so.

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Humor / Re: Few days ago
« on: June 10, 2010, 04:47:51 pm »
I'm glad I have great cooling. This baby has been on for about a month.
1 year.

:O that means no upgrades or reboots in a year :O

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Humor / Re: Few days ago
« on: June 09, 2010, 04:48:32 pm »
i want a computer! lol

26
General Talk / Re: Microwaving ramen
« on: June 04, 2010, 07:42:19 pm »
i microwave water.... then put the ramen in.... i hate waiting for the water to boil

27
C++ / Re: Port 139
« on: May 27, 2010, 06:21:08 pm »
Thanks guys ^^

@Pederson:
It's not really illegal since my ICT Teacher knows about it :P

If you know someone is doing cocaine and your curious about it, thus want to try it. Does that make legal since someone else knows about it?


well... the school is funded by the government(atleast here) and all the computers(at my school) are government property, they just loan them to the school so, it would be very illegal (atleast in my case) even with pentesting permission from an administrator
He's the head of all pc's on school. He approved it, doesn't that make it legal since the owner knows about it and gave me permission?

It's the same as my parents giving me a key to my home -> I acces it.

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C++ / Re: Port 139
« on: May 25, 2010, 07:18:43 pm »
Thanks guys ^^

@Pederson:
It's not really illegal since my ICT Teacher knows about it :P

its illegal if you retrieve files on it lmao :) a kid went to jail for it... because schools are part of the government aparently and yea so i was just trying to help you... and the hacking rules on here

29
Assembly / Re: Win32 Hello, World!(FASM) [1]
« on: May 24, 2010, 12:50:56 pm »
good tutorial :) im just waiting to get some more money before i get an ASM book :) ill look at these until then :)

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C++ / Re: Port 139
« on: May 22, 2010, 07:26:05 pm »
My site's goal is to TEACH people how to program. Learning to program is learning to crack programs and hack inadvertently. That is why I believe that hacking tutorials (we reference 'hacking' to be abusing flaws of a program to achieve a ulterior goal) are well within the bounds and rules of this site. That being said, read this message directly from our hoster to hear what he says our limits are.

I have 4 OS Dev tutorials left. I am messaging as a final check. Do I have the okay to start on hacking tutorials. If so, what are any particular limits I need to be aware of?
You do...
But, there will be a simple ground rule -
Users can ask questions, however, they cannot ask specific questions to gain access to systems they don't have authorization for...
For example:
Why should we use snort? How do we setup snort? How do we use nessus? How would I hack my own computer? ect are ok

These are not ok and should be deleted or thread locked:
How do I hack into my school's computer system? How can I crack my neighbors wifi? ect
You can post tutorials on how to crack WEP and stuff, however, you can NOT make any specific references like "here is how to steal your neighbors wireless", but you can phrase it like "I was able to crack WEP in a matter of seconds, thus this shows that WEP is a weak security setting."

I am for learning stuff like that, but I have to draw that fine line just so people don't come here (especially the newb script-kiddies) and start asking "simple" questions.

That message was unedited, directly from our hoster. So now you know what we will and will not tolerate. I also have a few rules myself to add. Read below to find the final list of rules and understand, in this area, not following these rules may do more then just get your topic locked depending on what rule you break and how serious.

- Under Construction -

... going back on your word? http://celestialcoding.com/index.php?topic=543.0

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