Writing Rat.java ....

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  1. yaz320

    yaz320 Guest

    Nevermind. No one here is of any use.

    I win, I win.
     
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  2. CyberBullets

    CyberBullets I reach to the sky, and call out your name. If I c

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  3. yaz320

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    Wow thanks.

    Do you think you could share?
     
  4. CyberBullets

    CyberBullets I reach to the sky, and call out your name. If I c

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    depends...
    where do u think you start?

    im not going to give u an answer, but guide u to find it.
     
  5. OmniFire

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    you start by typing

    class Rat
    {
    }
     
  6. CyberBullets

    CyberBullets I reach to the sky, and call out your name. If I c

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    public class Rat{
        public Rat(){
          // default constructor
        }
    }
    
     
  7. Traynor

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    wow, such an easy program. wait till you have to do seomthing hard.
     
  8. CyberBullets

    CyberBullets I reach to the sky, and call out your name. If I c

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    not all people are born programmers. my CIS program for the 1st 2 years is a mix of programming and networking (+ hardware & theories) and u'd be surprised how many ppl drop out cause of the programing aspect cause they want networking.

    programmers seem to have no problem with networks though.
     
  9. yaz320

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    Woooo wooo. People on the internet are getting mad at me!!!
    :mamoru:


    I win!

    :hsd:
     
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  10. CyberBullets

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  11. danison

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    Thank god for that one guy that let you copy his homework.
     
  12. Traynor

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    :werd:
     
  13. yaz320

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    I took a nap and read the book, 2nd tier kids.
     
  14. yaz320

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    public class Rat {

    }

    thanks for the wrong advice.
     
  15. danison

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    2nd tier kids? All we know about you is that a.) you go to an Ivy League School and b.) you are so lazy you thought you would come here and ask someone to do your work for you.

    If you want help in the future, you might try some humility.
     
  16. Jkuao

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    That attitude won't get you very far in life.

    If I wouldn't write CS100J programs for my younger brother when I was at Cornell, I don't see how you expected to get random people on a forum to write it for you.

    Having an elitist attitude when you're asking for help regarding a simple programming assignment doesn't help your cause. Posting up an assignment and expecting someone to do the hard part for you gets your ass reamed when that prelim comes up and you can't cram fast enough. I can only hope you have a couple curve busters in your class that will teach you Cornell doesn't come easy unless you're a Hotelie.

    You have to remember you can only be an Ivy league elitist prick once you have the diploma. That and Cornell keeps falling in rankings so you don't have all that much to be proud of.
     
  17. CyberBullets

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    :werd:

    Last year (2004) 99 new CEO's were named in Fortune 1000 companies, only 1 from an Ivy league school.
    This year 34 new CEO's were named in Fortune 1000 companies, only 1 from an Ivy leauge school.

    Your elitist attidues are owning your type in the work force.

    Innovation > Ivy League
     
  18. yaz320

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    "Arguing on the internet is similar to running in the special olympics. Even if you win you're still a retard."

    You guys kill me.

    :rofl: :gives:
     
  19. Penguin Man

    Penguin Man Protect Your Digital Liberties

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    Not to mention that in a field like CS where jobs don't grow on trees these days and the interesting and fun jobs are in research (either in the private sector or in academia), a graduate degree from any school will get you farther than an undergrad degree from a top-tier school.
     
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    R&D is my dream position!
     

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