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How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Mad science gone horribly, horribly wrong(or right).

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I'm being a tool again.

I'm writing a simple little program, all it needs to do is wait for a random time period to pass, and create a button. The use has several methods of deleting this button, and gets points for doing so (think whack-a-mole).

Now, the creating the button works fine, the deleting the button works fine- to a point.

After it's been running for a few seconds, you see, I try and create a new button (which is getting stored in an array of buttons), and it tells me "Object has already been created". Now, I check the watches, and no, it hasn't you fucking VB interpreter! Eat shit and DIE VB!

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I'm being a tool again.

I'm writing a simple little program, all it needs to do is wait for a random time period to pass, and create a button. The use has several methods of deleting this button, and gets points for doing so (think whack-a-mole).

Now, the creating the button works fine, the deleting the button works fine- to a point.

After it's been running for a few seconds, you see, I try and create a new button (which is getting stored in an array of buttons), and it tells me "Object has already been created". Now, I check the watches, and <i>no</i>, it hasn't you fucking VB interpreter! Eat shit and DIE VB!

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I'd like to take this moment to remind you, that the worst cursing you will ever hear in your life is when you sit in a computer lab the night before a project is due.

The reason for this is twofold, you see, first, there is frustration. One puts one's efforts into something, stakes one's confidence upon it, and is thwarted by it. Because of this stake, a programmer will inevitably become enraged at the developing tool that they are using. This is where the second fold enters, for you see, it isn't the tool that's at fault. The programmer has done something stupid, like left off a semi-colon, or misspelled the variable intCount as inCount (which I did today), or some other dumbass-gold-star manuver. Imagine though, this programmer has invested hours of effort into this program, and hours of exaggerated effort, cursing, kicking and screaming at it, and then find that it was their fault the entire time.

Now, do you accept this and move on? Of course not! The developing tool is still at fault, because it made you make a fool out of yourself because it wasn't working because you made a mistake and it couldn't fucking clearly tell you what the hell was wrong because the damn thing has a fucking braindead, assmonkey infested error system! FACH!
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Goddamn stupid intepreter.

Please, what is wrong with this code: <lj-cut text="code">
Create a new button after time passes:
<pre><code>
Private Sub tmrMainClock_Timer()
If CInt(Rnd() * 100) = 1 Then
Load cmdBlock(cmdBlock.Count + 1)
cmdBlock(cmdBlock.Count).Left = Rnd * 4000
cmdBlock(cmdBlock.Count).Top = Rnd * 4000
cmdBlock(cmdBlock.Count).Height = 495
cmdBlock(cmdBlock.Count).Width = 495
cmdBlock(cmdBlock.Count).Caption = ""
cmdBlock(cmdBlock.Count).Visible = True
cmdBlock(cmdBlock.Count).ZOrder vbTop
End If
End Sub</code></pre>
Delete a button either by a right-click, or if it is place in a certain area:
<pre><code>
Private Sub bin_DragDrop(Source As Control, X As Single, Y As Single)
tmrMainClock.Enabled = False
Unload Source
intScore = intScore + 5
sbrBottom.Panels("score") = "Score: " & intScore
tmrMainClock.Enabled = True
End Sub

Private Sub cmdBlock_MouseDown(Index As Integer, Button As Integer, Shift As Integer, X As Single, Y As Single)
If Button = vbRightButton Then
tmrMainClock.Enabled = False
Unload cmdBlock(Index)
intScore = intScore + 1
sbrBottom.Panels("score") = "Score: " & intScore
tmrMainClock.Enabled = True
End If
End Sub
</code></pre>
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How much of a goober am I being? And don't even get me started on Winsock. Since I've got prep at home tomorrow, where I have MSDN installed, I'm going to spend that time working on those sorts of things.
  • ROTFLMAO!!! I know the feeling. Wish I could help you.
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