Releasing Happy Making Hormones

<p3lb0x> Oh god
<p3lb0x> Why is this great
<p3lb0x> I've put the invincible theme from mario on repeat. And it's like it's affecting some primal part of my brain into releasing happy making hormones or some such
<p3lb0x> This, it's so great
<omgplzstf> LOL
<p3lb0x> Goddamn
<p3lb0x> I mean, it's a 6 second loop
<p3lb0x> Why is it so great!?!?!
<mouser> brings back memories?
<p3lb0x> I've never played the original super mario bros on a original console
<mouser> well then the answer is simple
<mouser> you are sick.
<p3lb0x> Probably

POS Software: Point of Sale? Or that other acronym?

<TucknDar> POS Software... is it very rude to point out that the acronym for Point Of Sale is the same as the acronym of another more common expression?
<TucknDar> or is it some kind of joke I didn't get :|
<srikat> I thought it was a joke
<srikat> reading that whole post w/ the common acronym you are talking about is quite entertaining
<srikat> "We also managed to make the programs compatible with almost every piece of shit hardware component."
<srikat> lol
<TucknDar> hehe, yes, when I saw the topic I was sure it was a complaint about some DC software posted in the wrong section
<TucknDar> then I thought it was a joke
<TucknDar> now I'm not really sure :p
<TucknDar> "POS MAID 2.29 is a POS Software"... ok. nice to know
<TucknDar> Free POS Software Video Tutorials.
<TucknDar> oh, the possibilities :o

Retard Spellcheck Firefox Extension

<Krishean> i think i've mentioned that i don't really care about humanity as a whole before right?
<Krishean> shin where are you
<Shinigami-Sama> hmmm
<Shinigami-Sama> I think humanity is going to burn
<Krishean> i've mentioned that before in here right?
<Krishean> i think you would remember
<Shinigami-Sama> yup
<Shinigami-Sama> every month or so
<Krishean> k
<Shinigami-Sama> like clock work
<Shinigami-Sama> robotic menstration?
<Krishean> just making sure i wasn't shocking anyone
<Shinigami-Sama> the only way you'd shock us is if you denounced JS in favour or C#
<Krishean> lol
<Shinigami-Sama> s/or/of
<Krishean> lol adding extra u's to things now are we?
<Shinigami-Sama> I'm Canadian
<Shinigami-Sama> you americans got lazy and removed them
<Shinigami-Sama> colour neighbour flavour
<Krishean> vioulin flouwer remouved
<Krishean> shouck
<Shinigami-Sama> lol
<Shinigami-Sama> hoser
<Krishean> houser
<Krishean> lol
<Krishean> i should make something that adds a u after every o if there isn't already one
<Krishean> i think after awhile even british people would get sick of all the extra u's
<Krishean> like retard spellcheck
<Krishean> firefox extension
<Shinigami-Sama> lol
<Shinigami-Sama> its only on some words

A compiler written in Javascript…for COBOL?

<Krishean> cobol is the demons
<Krishean> lol we used some shitty old cobol compiler in the class i had to take
<Krishean> made by fujitsu
<Krishean> there were like nine steps to producing a working executable
<Krishean> no "compile / compile & run / clean project" buttons
<Krishean> you had to jump through a whole circus act to get it compiled
<Krishean> i was thinking of writing a cobol compiler in javascript and present it as my final project in the class
<Krishean> something you could throw a source file at and some compiler flags and it would produce an executable without going through the shit it took with the fujitsu compiler
<omgplzstfukthx> lol
<omgplzstfukthx> writing a compiler in js would be a feat in itself
<Krishean> not really
<Krishean> i've written most of the basic components
<Krishean> its just putting them all together in a useful way
<omgplzstfukthx> but you are krish, ofc you can do that
<Krishean> i've written things for javascript that allow me to read & write binary files, i've written instruction interpreters, i've written shit tons of parsers
<omgplzstfukthx> the thought wouldn't even enter anyone else's mind
<Krishean> i dunno if i ever showed off that thing i made to interprete assembly math instructions and made it so i could run the md5 algorithm with it
<omgplzstfukthx> i don't recall
<Krishean> same assembly listing could be compiled & run as an executable with a small header & footer added to it
<Krishean> or you could put it through the javascript interpreter and it would come up with the same result
<Krishean> i was writing it so i could step through (forward/backward) what the md5 algorithm was doing to the registers
<Krishean> never got around to writing the gui for it tho
<Krishean> it would play back what the assembly instructions were doing like a movie
<Krishean> i'll see if i can find it
<Krishean> yup
<Krishean> has just enough instructions to emulate the md5 algorithm
<Krishean> and,or,xor,not,mov,add,sub,rol,ror
<Krishean> i think sub and ror aren't used in this version
<Krishean> they would be if i did the reverse md5 thing
<Krishean> it uses that wierd property of javascript arrays where they are passed to functions byref
<Krishean> one of the more beautiful parsers i've written

Attack of the Soft Robot?

<p3lb0x> Attack of the 50ft Robot!
<p3lb0x> What a great title of a game
<p3lb0x> *for a game
<housetier> fifty feet or leetspeak for "soft"?
<p3lb0x> feet