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I started activities on indiachan in January 2024. Indiachan.net was active around mid-2023 running jschan. At sometime later that year it got reset. I know that it was since managed by Thomas Lynch. So who was the admin of indiachan during mid-2023...

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Where do you buy pc parts?

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How do I ask illegal questions from llms?

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It's all so tiresome :(

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holy shit what a retarded website

>tfw you have to sign in to imageboards in 2023

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Scalar waves

Redpill me on this Retd. Captain Ajit ji Vadakyali told me about them. I wish to know more Why are they not being readily researched?

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Pathetic pajeetian automobile scene

Indian car scene is sooo boring man >No V6, V8 >No rear/mid-engine cars >No dual-turbos >No limited-slip diff >No superchargers >No supercars/hypercars >No coupes >No convertibles >No huge spoilers >No carbon fibre/alcantara/exotic material...

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terminal only rice ?

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how to be hacker

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FUCKING WINDOWS MAN FUCK MICROSOFT

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ETERNAL RESOURCE THREAD

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Common Microsoft L

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Website/App blocking software for productivity

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which one of you fucked with my pc?

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Domain scanning results

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Easter egg

Nice easter egg saars

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which editor you use anons

anonymousIN

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I use vim and vs code

sT9/N9

notepad

>>2068(OP)

Sublime

Vscode

>>2069

chad

Lhb1Xl

>>2068(OP)

notepad++ during work while working on cobol sometimes

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Vim for quick editing

VSCode and IntelliJ (while I still get free student license)

>>2114

>cobol

Literally why

Lhb1Xl

>>2122

>Literally why

legacy codes, large MNCs won't even be able to pay their employees if these stopped working though now things are being migrated to newer but albeit shittier systems

>>2130

Do u work on COBOL brojects?

Yes I know much of the banking infra was written in COBOL, all the people who did it and know it are now oldfags

My uncle wrote COBOL code for his bank back in the 70s-80s this wasn't global banking but just his branch wherever it may have been with a big IBM computer running Unix and he's nearly 75 now i guess that's how old COBOL people are these days

What maintenance do you do on these codes though

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>>2137

>Dad worked on COBOL in 80s

Damn anon. Must have made a bank.

I personally didn't work on them directly but it was part of project whose output would feed into the programs we would work with.

Sometimes these would cause error leading to delays. I was joking about Cobol cuz it was surprising to see while working.

Notepad++ is very commonly used. There are times when notepad++ would fail to open data files then only notepad is saviour.

>>2142

>Dad

uncle

He was in a nationalised bank working as a manager, he is rich enough but he only got the stock government salary for that time i.e. enough to live in comfort but probably not in luxury

>surprising to see while workin

What works just works i guess

>>2142

>There are times when notepad++ would fail to open data files then only notepad is saviour.

Notepad spergs out when reading files like an MB or bigger iirc

Notepad coding must be horrible kek, no syntax highlighting and no automatic tabs

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