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From: programmingblind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:programmingblind-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Jackie McBride
Sent: 10 September 2007 16:03
To: programmingblind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [programmingblind] Re: dev c or somehting that actually works

John:

Would u please please please consider getting skype or something similar?  I personally have neither the time nor inclination 2 try 2 do this via email--it's long, plus it's impossible 2 hear what you're doing in order 2 better help.

Unfortunately, I'm gonna b in & out a lot these next couple days so hit-or-miss is gonna describe my ability 2 b contacted.  However, my skype name is abletec & if u get skype up & running then perhaps we can do a session about dev c.

1 other thing--u should really begin considering the power of your words.  "I'm gonna fail", "I don't belong in this class", etc. just implant more firmly in your mind negative thinking.  I understand you're frustrated & scared.  I've been there.  But u need instead 2 start talking like: "this is an opportunity 2 c how the software drives the hardware (the hardware's just a glorified paperweight or boat anchor without it), it's a chance 2 expand my horizons, I might actually end up liking this, etc.  Slow down.  Quit panicking.  & start turning your words from "I can't" in2 "I'm gonna do this & that's all there b 2 it."  You'll enjoy yourself a whole lot more--& it'll make more folks willing 2 help u cuz folks'd rather help positive people than negative ones.  Please think about it.  Kill the
negativity.   Pray or do whatever it is u do in order 2 change
negative thoughts 2 positive ones--surely u do something or u wouldn't be in college.  Get up on skype or some other voice chat client, let me know what that is as well as your time zone, & we can arrange something--that is, so long as I start hearing some positive self-talk from u--otherwise we're both wasting our time--& as a cancer conqueror, my time is the most valuable asset I possess.

If this seems harsh, I apologize--it's really spoken in a very loving spirit.  There's just really a lot of truth in the biblical saying that "as a man thinks in his heart, so is he."  Learn that truth, harness that power, & you'll have a great life--not because things goright 4 u all the time but because you'll have learned 2 find the good in even the most dire of circumstances.  4 example, when I stopped looking at cancer as something 2 b fought & looked at it instead as a gift--a message that I needed 2 change & reprioritize my life--I became a lot healthier & happier than I ever was b4 I got sick.  So, please, just think about it.  & get skype, or something similar, contact me at abletec@xxxxxxxxx & we'll arrange something.

Blessings.

On 9/10/07, Hardik Dave  wrote:
> Hello Sir,
>
> how do i unsubscribe to this list ?
>
> I dont want to recieve these emails..
>
> Thanks,
> hardik
> "Littlefield, Tyler"  wrote: you'll do fine. 
> it's a fun language to learn.
> if you want, you can mail me on or off list an example, and I can see 
> what the deal is. :) I've got dev, or... can just use mingw. which is 
> the backend.
> Anyway, good luck,
> Thanks,
> Tyler Littlefield.
> Vertigo head coder
> "My programs don't have bugs, just randomly added features."
> msn: compgeek134@xxxxxxxxxxx
> email: compgeek13@xxxxxxxxx
> aim: st8amnd2005
> skype: st8amnd127
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "John Miller"
> To:
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> Sent: Sunday, September 09, 2007 9:22 PM
> Subject: [programmingblind] Re: dev c or somehting that actually works
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> > OK, I'm downloading that now, thanks. I have a bunch of test 
> > programs in my book and 1 worked but DevC++ just won't compile them 
> > for what ever reason so I'll try VC++ 2005, maybe third program's 
> > the charm?  lol. I like things I can find the problem and fix, when 
> > there is nothing noticeably wrong and the same thing worked once, 
> > then I don't like them anymore. In some ways I'm glad this class is 
> > over in 9 weeks but I wish I played around with it like I did with 
> > HTML before taking the class. I had no problem in that class because 
> > I knew what I was in for. Here, I'm my usual, way over my head just hoping somehow I might come out alright.
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Littlefield, Tyler"
> > To:
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> > Sent: Sunday, September 09, 2007 11:00 PM
> > Subject: [programmingblind] Re: dev c or somehting that actually 
> > works
> >
> >
> >>I recommend vc++. Also, not everything found on the net will work. 
> >>copying and pasting or just oepning and compiling won't work.
> >> Try this.
> >> #include
> >> int main(void) {
> >> std::cout << "Hello world!\n" << std::endl;  return 0;  }  it's a 
> >>simple hello world program, which should compile. dev-cpp requires  
> >>a lot of jaws cursor. I recommend using vc++ 2005.
> >> HTH,
> >> Thanks,
> >> Tyler Littlefield.
> >> Vertigo head coder
> >> "My programs don't have bugs, just randomly added features."
> >> msn: compgeek134@xxxxxxxxxxx
> >> email: compgeek13@xxxxxxxxx
> >> aim: st8amnd2005
> >> skype: st8amnd127
> >> ----- Original Message -----
> >> From: "John Miller"
> >> To:
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> >> Sent: Sunday, September 09, 2007 8:38 PM
> >> Subject: [programmingblind] dev c or somehting that actually works
> >>
> >>
> >>>I downloaded DevC and I got it to work once. I guess a lot of 
> >>>people on this list like it, hopefully some one can get me on the 
> >>>right track. I'm getting close to my first assignment in this class 
> >>>and I'm sure I don't belong in this class but I'm stuck with it 
> >>>now. If anyone can offer me any help, I got it to compile 1 program once, after that it won't do it.
> >>>I can't find any errors or anything. If I fail the class I can't 
> >>>get funding to take it again, nor can I in my wildest dreams afford 
> >>>to take it again so I have to get it right now.
> >>> John Miller N1UMJ
> >>> AIM and yahoo messenger: N1UMJ
> >>> home page:
> >>> http://home.comcast.net/~n1umj/wsb/html/view.cgi-home.html-.html
> >>>
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