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Re: My age is

by premchai21 (Curate)
on Mar 12, 2001 at 01:56 UTC ( #63669=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to My age is

12 as of now.

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(ar0n) Re (2): My age is
by ar0n (Priest) on Apr 09, 2001 at 04:51 UTC
    Kudos to you then. I know when I was <non-offensive age>, Visual Basic (long forgotten) and HTML && Javascript were "my thing". I was <non-offensive age + 1> when I first installed Linux (slack). Then again, Linux installs have been getting easier :-)

    Oh God, I feel old. Bring back the nineties! Times were better then! Prices were reasonable, politicians were noble and children respected their elders!

    hey! What's so offensive? If you don't agree with me, downvote and reply. Don't be lazy. I have xp to spare, I'm just curious.

    update: I've deleted any reference to an age, in order to not offend anyone...

    [ar0n]

      Visual Basic... hmm. I think it was three or so years back when I learned VB, and about six years ago when I learned just plain B(ASIC). HTML and JS I can do OK, but not expertly.

      I really should install Linux, or another one of the free Unixen, on my machine... but, unfortunately, I have an obscure (read: unsupported) video card which won't work without the latest X, and since I'm 12, I'm not exactly free to just go and get the latest distribution. I could theoretically download it, but my Net connection is currently a 56k modem. Fortunately I have a good high-speed connection through the university, and some CD-Rs. Maybe I can fetch it through one of the labs on campus into a CD-R and use that.

      Of course, then there's also C(++), (Emacs) Lisp, Perl (obviously), Java, and bits of sed, sh, VRML, Z80 ASM, TI C, TI-Basic...

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[marto]: hey Corion, good weekend?
[Corion]: marto: Yeah, even though I didn't write any code :)
[Corion]: But at least I have a plan of action to move the site to https, played some (free!) VR games with friends and watched the plans for the next German Perl workshop progress ;)
[Corion]: AltSpace VR is amazingly good - highly polished and with some of the games you get for free what you'd pay EUR 20 or EUR 40 otherwise
[Corion]: But maybe it's also due to that I play with friends, which makes a game more enjoyable anyway ;)
[Corion]: Oh - I released a new version of some module, thanks to a pull request. But I don't consider "update Makefile.PL" and "update author tests" as "writing code" ;-D

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