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    hehehe this should be interesting!


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    Now see, I was exspecting less bluffing and more paranoia. Fun though, geek deathmatch.

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    With no respawning. Kekekekeke~


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    Fucking balmer is just going to ignore it. He's lived in his own little fantasy world for so long, why would he stop now.

    Oh yeah... and fuck Novel.
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    Its a war of the machines! Or was it their makers....... I'm confused

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    Steve Balmer, One of the heads of Microsoft, claims that (and has been for a while) that Linux uses Microsoft's copywrited and patented code.

    Windows and Linux are operating systems. They are software. Before software becomes such, they are first what is called source code. Software, after it is made to such, is pretty much just 1s and 0s. Source code is actually something you can read. For example:
    [code]System.out.println("Hello World!");[/code]
    This returns
    Hello World!
    when the code program runs.

    The claim is that the developers of Linux took a chunk of this code from windows, and used it to make Linux. This is, of course, bullshit. Everyone knows this. One of the reasons for the MS/Novel deal was that MS can't sue SuSE users over this claim. As this agreement kinda admits fault, we have deturmined that Novel can go fuck themselves. That's the way it is.

    Now what Ishie posted was a call from the Linux community for Balmer to put up the exact code that was infringed upon, cited from both the Windows source code, and the Linux source code.

    If he doesn't... then basicly it's "STFU n00b!!!" He's been called out.
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    Isn't that just javacode?
    And yes..that question was completely off the point.
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    err... yes.... it's java.

    Would you prefer python?
    [code]print "Hello"+"World"+"!"[/code]
    Visual Basic?
    [code]Private sub uiDisplayButton_Click()
    me.uiTextBox.text="Hello World!"
    End sub[/code]
    C?
    [code]#include <stdio.h>
    main()
    {
    printf("Hello World\n");
    }[/code]
    ... I'm out of languages. Those are all I know (note... not know well, just enough to write that XD ).

    Point was that it was source code. XD
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    c++ is betar >_>

    Begin
    writeln ('Hello World');
    End.

    ... Pascal ...

    *gives BASIC the middle finger*

 

 
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