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    #include <iostream>
    using namespace std;
    void main()
    {

    cout << "I just dropped outta uni. C++ isn't fun " << endl;
    }
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    Have a baby, its the answer to everything.
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    I'd get a job, I guess, although I have no idea what kind of job that would be :erm:
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    (Original post by ToastyCoke)
    #include <iostream>
    using namespace std;
    void main()
    {

    cout << "I just dropped outta uni. C++ isn't fun " << endl;
    }
    :love:
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    (Original post by Antimatter)
    :love:
    Learning C++ at first I was :love:

    After programming a high score table in first semester I was :nothing:

    After programming a moon lander game in second semester I was :emo:

    :awesome:
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    (Original post by ToastyCoke)
    Learning C++ at first I was :love:

    After programming a high score table in first semester I was :nothing:

    After programming a moon lander game in second semester I was :emo:

    :awesome:
    Don't know the feeling.
    But I only learned to code to do interesting things (like hacking), so I've never got bored with it.

    And god if I was left to code or debug for a whole workday, let alone years, I would actually murder my boss.
    I code at the 5AM caffine high time :awesome:
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    I would have gone and done my CIMA; I never intended to go to Uni!
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    (Original post by BossManSingh)
    Have a baby, its the answer to everything.
    What is the opposite of the phrase 'Have a baby'?

    -- It's not the answer to THAT now is it?! :p:
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    ill probably move into the drug industry, i heard there is good pay in there and you dont need a degree only a reasonable level of maths!
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    I wish when I was at school someone had told me that university isn't everything, and that you can still get your degree in a roundabout way. Your local technical college will probably have some sort of higher eduction course in your field like a HND or HNC that requires lower grades to get into than its degree counterpart. Then once you have that, you can most likely get into the second year of a related degree and get it from there. Lots of options!
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    If I don't get in uni I have a new rope at my house...
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    Go for an apprenticship?
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    Raid igloos for a livin' tbh
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    (Original post by Trefusis1234445)
    What is the opposite of the phrase 'Have a baby'?

    -- It's not the answer to THAT now is it?! :p:
    Do not question the all mighty embryo.
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    (Original post by BossManSingh)
    Do not question the all mighty embryo.
    Shut up.
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    (Original post by steed999)
    ill probably move into the drug industry, i heard there is good pay in there and you dont need a degree only a reasonable level of maths!
    Haa, I wil work full time then go on a 3 month holiday to down under
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    Spend my life living out a whiskey bottle and hitching rides off of eastern European lorry drivers heading into the distance. After a while of endless rambling I'll enter the world of vice where I'll end up with a large gambling debt and KGB on my trail. Following several explosions I'll join a small forest army full of pygmies and experiment with mushrooms.
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    (Original post by SEALOFAPPROVAL)
    Shut up.
    Someone obviously isn't getting any tonight
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    (Original post by Antimatter)
    Don't know the feeling.
    But I only learned to code to do interesting things (like hacking), so I've never got bored with it.

    And god if I was left to code or debug for a whole workday, let alone years, I would actually murder my boss.
    I code at the 5AM caffine high time :awesome:
    A GURL that can do h4xx0r? :zomg:

    I don't know, if i were to not get into my selected uni, then i would wait another year. But i doubt i'll not get into ANY uni :s:
 
 
 
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