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    Allen's Slave
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    Post by Allen's Slave on 2013-05-04, 22:31

    The coding section is designed for, well, just that- coding. However, there are some exceptions and rules I want to ensure are clear to everyone. While we do have general guidelines for this section, if you ever are wondering if a topic is appropriate to post, you can check with this thread. Below are some examples of things that are acceptable topics, and more importantly, non-acceptable topics.

    Acceptable topics:

    - Code not running properly.

    - IDE Questions.

    - Non language specific questions, i.e., how would I approach rotating a matrix clockwise?

    - Questions concerning computer specs, software problems, etc., are welcomed in the coding section.

    - Homework HELP. I, as well as other members, are more than happy to help you on tricky parts of programming projects or homework. However, this isn't an online coding service where we complete your school work for you. Posting "How do I ensure my case statements work in my calculator program?" is fine. Asking "Can someone make a calculator for me?" is not. Help is fine. Having people do your work for you is not.

    Non-acceptable Topics:

    - Discussion of viruses or other malicious tools, such as, but not limited to, RATs, Keyloggers, Crypters, Booters, Stressers, etc.

    - Any topics regarding the use of piracy.

    - Discussion of Rs private server coding, sources, etc.

    - Social Engineering methodology.

    - Botting, both scripts and clients.

    - Anything related to hacking.

    Thank you for your cooperation.
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    Post by Nr on 2013-05-08, 19:58

    Stickied.
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    Post by Allen's Slave on 2013-05-09, 00:28

    Nr wrote:Stickied.

    Thanks Nr!

    Everyone, feel free to post any questions you may have about the validity of a topic on this thread- I'll answer it as quickly as I can!
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    Post by Tom's Slave on 2013-12-26, 03:24

    Allen's Slave wrote:Social Engineering methodology.

    lmao.
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    Post by Allen's Slave on 2013-12-26, 03:40

    Tom's Slave wrote:
    Allen's Slave wrote:Social Engineering methodology.

    lmao.

    Let's not go there LOL
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    Post by Tom's Slave on 2013-12-26, 03:48

    how would I approach rotating a matrix clockwise
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    Post by Allen's Slave on 2013-12-26, 04:15

    Tom's Slave wrote:how would I approach rotating a matrix clockwise

    Make a method that rotates a 2d dimensional array.

    Call the method, pass the 2d array you want rotated, and have it return the rotated array.

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