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Old 06-28-2007, 03:50 PM   #16
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Registered: Oct 2006
Location: Slovak Republic
Distribution: Slackware 13.37, 14.0
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I don't exactly know what I need. I just know what I want to do. And when I find that something that I have done is not what I need - I leave it.

-About fork I found enough. (I think)
-Yes objects - this I will need. (I think)
-exceptions??? have no idea (I will look after on the net)
-int for statuses, I am at point where this is not exactly the problem
-arrays, vectors - uh, have no idea (I know what they are but not if I need them)
-The problem whit globals - I know (I read a lot about the problem in php whit it and I realise that it makes things easy but it has its price)

Thanks for advises...
 
  


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