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  1. Because Java Applets are different (both in philosophy and implementation) from Java Servlets. Here is an analogy: Java Applets:Flash :: Java Servlets:PHP
  2. As far as I know, SourceForge does not necessarily encourage the use of free operating systems. Many different projects, among them .NET, are hosted there. SourceForge is your best bet.
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    Ahem. He didn't. Samuel Johnson did.
  4. A man from Japan that speaks Russki. Neato.
  5. That's the problem with today's society. Unfortunately, it's flappers like this that form some bases of our economy, and it's the other flappers that believe them that allow such crap to continue. Good find.
  6. Do you mean that you are designing a Flash movie and need help with the ActionScript. In that case, look for something like pause();. Otherwise, I don't think that this is possible in Flash Player.
  7. Or you could actually impress your boss with the knowledge you will have gained from reading DOS books. There are a multitude of DOS tutorials online. Instead of trying to impress your boss with how little you know, I suggest that you read those tutorials so you'll do something useful once in a while.
  8. Nothing beats Gentoo, except maybe OS X. [Desktop]
  9. You're gonna have to post the entire source. Code should work, but post the entire source to see if you forgot to define stuff somewhere.
  10. Cool, dudes. Never would have guessed that.
  11. I didn't read through the whole code, but if you say the problem is around the if() statements, then you are essentially assigning load to load. You might have meant "load == load" and "lock == lock", but that will always return true, because 2 always equals to 2.
  12. Dude, not to be impolite, but if you keep playing devil's advocate with us, I think that you should just decide on your own.

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