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Are there any programs out ther that you really want but just don't exist? ie one to do something in particular e.g organize something...etc
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Are there any programs out ther that you really want but just don't exist? ie one to do something in particular e.g organize something...etc
a program to do all my work for me. or one to teach me something really quickly, a la matrix. now *that* would rock
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I want a program about 6 friends that don't ever seem to go to work, live in a coffee house, and talk about random sex and other random stuff inclusive of some chicks and ducks and the occasional wedding for 25 minutes every week...

oh wait I think they invented that
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I want a program about 6 friends that don't ever seem to go to work, live in a coffee house, and talk about random sex and other random stuff inclusive of some chicks and ducks and the occasional wedding for 25 minutes every week...

oh wait I think they invented that
she said program not programme, dani ;p
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a program to do all my work for me. or one to teach me something really quickly, a la matrix. now *that* would rock
a program to do matrix manipulation; they do exist (ive written some) but a universal one would be nice.
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A real good text editor for programmers... but I'm working on it (assembly-masm).
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A real good text editor for programmers... but I'm working on it (assembly-masm).
Emacs, Ultraedit...
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I started coding an HTML editor for kids last year in RadidQ. I never quite got it finished though.

This summer I hope to develop some windows API based software in C++. Every summer I embark on some major program but never seem to qute finish them.

I created a frogger game once which worked fine until I stumbled across some physics problems.

I would personaly like a program that stores all my ebay records and stuff. I am just going to make an access database for this though and add abit of VBA to it.
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A program to solve differential equations would be nice. Or just integration.
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Emacs, Ultraedit...
Yeah, nothing wrong with Emacs.
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A program to solve differential equations would be nice. Or just integration.

www.integrals.com
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Emacs, Ultraedit...
Both of them sucks.
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I once spent 30 mins writing a colour fader programme in delphi (not very well I might add), for creating OMGLOL signatures, I was just doing it out of boredom, but thousands of people have downloaded it and dozens of people write to me telling me it's very popular in [country in eastern europe]

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/jamiek/irota.exe
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Both of them sucks.
What do you use then? Personally, I can't stand vi.
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A program to solve differential equations would be nice. Or just integration.
Mathematica or Maple.
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What do you use then? Personally, I can't stand vi.
My own application, vi is plain devil hehe.
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What do you use then? Personally, I can't stand vi.
hmmm, i was of the impression that a notepad (and compiler) would suffice. have you tried scite? its for C
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hmmm, i was of the impression that a notepad (and compiler) would suffice. have you tried scite? its for C
Well notepad does suffice, if you're programming on Windows . I like Emacs cos it has syntax highlighting, so highlights key words, like class declarations, etc. Not heard of scite though and I've not programmed in C (did start learning C++ though).
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