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    (Original post by spikeymike)
    You've enabled your rep gems again? :holmes:
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    (Original post by mprules)
    Does anyone know much about Predicate Logic in the soc? specifically the following
    ∀n∈N.n=1

    ∀i ∈ Z.∃j ∈ Z.i + j = 2

    where N is a set of natural numbers
    As Dez said, the first is simply incorrect.
    The second is fine.

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    Thanks.

    Don't actually think I need to rep anyone... :holmes:
    True! :woo:


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    System.out.println('\u0007');

    BEEP!
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    Hai :awesome:

    I am good, what about you?
    Had Domino's pizza and watched news wipe so i'm good :yep:
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    (Original post by alexsheppard11)
    System.out.println('\u0007');

    BEEP!
    A friend of mine made a program she called "beepy" which used the inbuilt speaker to perform certain melodies... Beethoven's symphony, say. :p:
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    System.out.println('\u0007');

    BEEP!
    Nice usage of the system "Bell" character. :p:
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    (Original post by Dez)
    A friend of mine made a program she called "beepy" which used the inbuilt speaker to perform certain melodies... Beethoven's symphony, say. :p:
    aye, i created a vb program once, that had an image of piano keys.
    when the keys were pressed, it played the correct frequency:p:
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    (Original post by Chrosson)
    As Dez said, the first is simply incorrect.
    The second is fine.
    Cheers , Thats what i thought just needed it to be confirmed!
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    Guise... I've written a menu application in Bash, is it possible to open a file from terminal, display that particular file in terminal and edit it in terminal? I use nano to write/edit my scripts if that helps. :holmes: Apologies for the overuse of terminal. :p:
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    (Original post by spikeymike)
    Guise... I've written a menu application in Bash, is it possible to open a file from terminal, display that particular file in terminal and edit it in terminal? I use nano to write/edit my scripts if that helps. :holmes: Apologies for the overuse of terminal. :p:
    What?
    I assume you mean you've written a menu application as a shell script.
    However, what you appear to be asking is the functionality nano provides...perhaps elaborate on the overall aim?
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    I got the answer I was looking for...

    1. Open Nano by typing the following:
    nano filename
    I could have guessed that... :facepalm2:

    Edit:
    No scripts are run after saving a file in nano anyway, so my plan is flawed. :facepalm2:
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    I got the answer I was looking for...



    I could have guessed that... :facepalm2:

    Edit:
    No scripts are run after saving a file in nano anyway, so my plan is flawed. :facepalm2:
    The single line command "nano filename; command2" will run command2 after nano is quit?
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    (Original post by Chrosson)
    The single line command "nano filename; command2" will run command2 after nano is quit?
    Yup, thank you.
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    Hai :awesome:

    Long day :nn:
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    (Original post by secretmessages)
    Hai :awesome:

    Long day :nn:
    Short day for me... long day tomorrow. :nn:
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    (Original post by spikeymike)
    Short day for me... long day tomorrow. :nn:
    I have tonnes of work to do every day now until Tuesday :nn:
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    I have tonnes of work to do every day now until Tuesday :nn:
    :console:

    I just got this email. :facepalm2: :ahee:

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    :console:

    I just got this email. :facepalm2: :ahee:
    you may wish to blank out your email address

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    :teehee: Hotmail = Fail
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