Proving Myself

Alex Snow alex_snow at
Sun Nov 16 09:24:06 EST 2003

Is there even a basic programming environment for linux? I think I saw 
one once called xbasic but since i have no interest in that language I 
didn't test it. and besides it ran in x.
On Sun, Nov 16, 2003 at 
12:32:02AM -0500, igueths at wrote:
> Hi all,
> As for the long unanswered question of what language that is written in,
> that would be the component object model. Granted, I've never written
> anything in it but I can sure as hell recognize it since I've used Dos for
> approximately eight years. As for you Kevin, you have done nothing but
> demonstrate your inability to spell your own filename, and program in
> Linux. (It's m o u s e m o d u l e. not m o u s e m o d u a l. If you truly
> did write that bit of code, you would know how to spell it.) That code will
> never run on a Unix system. And as for VB for Linux, you might as well get
> that vision out of your head since that will probably never happen. I would
> suggest unsubscribing from this list before you clutter it with anymore
> useless code and ramblings about how "good" a programmer you are. 
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Who is General Failure and why is he reading my hard disk?

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