People write all sorts of tech-related nouns in all caps. "LINUX" suffers from this quite a lot, as does "LUA".
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No, that was Boulder Dash
The BBC is also reporting it here.
PS: Cygwin will save your sanity, so long as you can get through the clunky install.
Somebody will probably say "Oh I'll write you a C# app to do that. It'll be brilliant because it's written in C#"
I find myself looking through K&R for a particular function about once every, say, 2 weeks. More often than not it's for a standard library function rather than something for the language itself, and it'll be for something very specific (e.g. does function x return a signed/unsigned int, or a size_t?). And that's after 8 years of full time, 40 hours-a-week coding
Likewise for TCPPPL, or more commonly http://cplusplus.com/reference/
Because 14 years ago, half of slashdot weren't even born.
so windows 98 is 14 times better than win 7?
Yeah, mine's called a Mac Mini
Seconded. I miss Win2K
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Version 1.80 also allows users to enjoy Remote Play on their PSP across the internet, making it possible to access their PlayStation 3 from anywhere in the world via broadband.
Another addition with the new firmware is the ability to stream media content over a home network, further enhancing the PS3's abilities as a home entertainment hub. PS3 owners with a compatible Epson USB printer will now also be able to print pictures directly from the PS3.
PlayStation 3 firmware version 1.80 will be available from May 24.