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1  Other / Politics & Society / Re: PFizer destroyed in this video. Watch only if you can calculate on: January 07, 2022, 12:17:14 PM
2% loss means enemy has 52% and "our/your" army has 48% if their parachutes don't fail.

At 54% vs 46% the war is already over haha. 2% away from defeat ! Wink

Concerning DNA it's very complex and still not very well understood... at least the structures that come from it and the interactions ! Wink

Bye,
  Skybuck =D
2  Other / Politics & Society / PFizer destroyed in this video. Watch only if you can calculate on: January 07, 2022, 04:23:36 AM
Video:

https://rumble.com/vqx3kb-the-pfizer-inoculations-do-more-harm-than-good.html

Definitions from website:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK63647/

From table 18.1 link:

"
Relative risk (RR)
the rate (risk) of poor outcomes in the intervention group divided by the rate of poor outcomes in the control group. For example, if the rate of poor outcomes is 20 per cent in the intervention group and 30 per cent in the control group, the relative risk is 0.67 (20 per cent divided by 30 per cent). The relative risk is 1 when the intervention has no effect, below 1 when it does good and above 1 when it does harm (see Absolute risk reduction).
"

"
Relative risk reduction (RRR)
the extent to which the risk of a poor outcome is reduced by an intervention. In the example given in Relative risk (above), the relative risk r
"

"
Absolute risk reduction (ARR) or risk difference
the difference in the incidence of poor outcomes between the intervention group of a study and the control group. For example, if 20 per cent of people die in the intervention group and 30 per cent in the control group, the ARR is 10 per cent (30–20 per cent).
"

Performed calculation:

162 / 18325 = 0,00884038199181446111869031377899 * 100 = 0,88403819918144611186903137789905

8 / 18198 = 0,00043960874821408946038026156720519e-4 = 0,04396087482140894603802615672052

rr = 0,04396087482140894603802615672052 / 0,88403819918144611186903137789905 = 0,0497273475989085763053598346854
rrr = 1 - 0,0497273475989085763053598346854 = 0,9502726524010914236946401653146 * 100 = 95,02726524010914236946401653146% = RRR

absolute = % die in normal=control group   - % of intervention group

Let's suppose all covid cases 162 and 8 die because of futher lack of info then:
absolute risk reduction = 0.88 - 0.04 = 0,841

So the video checks out, only 1 procent risk reduction.

However it gets more interesting later on in the video because the vaccines have side effects and actually destroys health and kills people.

Long story short it seems to be the vaccine does more harm than good !

Watch video yourself ! I only watch first part up to this calculation point but I will watch the rest as well.

Now you know why USA grants this SCAM Company Immunity during Emergency Situation.

As soon as Emergency Situation is gone, vaccinations will/most stop or this Company goes bankrupt in law suits !

Thus incentive for control freaks to lengthen the Emergency Situation.

(Save your life, enjoy your bitcoins !)
3  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: New database for blockchain on: December 08, 2021, 03:46:21 AM
I want to create a new database for the blockchain.
I would like to create a file for each block.
eg: 000000000019D6689C085AE165831E934F763AE46A2A6C172B3F1B60A8CE26F.Block
That would be more than 700,000 files.

NTFS can be 4.294.967.295 files in a folder.
So theoretically it should go.
Question:
Has anyone ever tested such a thing?
Would the file system crashed or something similar?

My idea is through the file name of the blockhash is to find and open the blocks very quickly.
Ideas and suggestions are welcome :-)

I think you should give GIT a try, it's basically a key=value storage systems, does something similiar as to what you want, store content with a content hash.

Git does have some decent performance thanks to big linux kernel development approx 2 GB in size, ofcourse bitcoin much larger 150x larger.

I am not sure how git works internally, have not gotten that far yet with it's analysis... it does use a database stored in a .git folder.

GIT is open source I believe, so you could analyze the source code to see how it works.

GIT is also very similiar to BITCOIN... GIT also uses "blocks" which are called "commits" and it also calculates hashes, sha-1 I believe.

And these blocks/commits are also linked to each other in a similiar way.

Perhaps somebody involved with GIT was also involved in the creation of BITCOIN ! Wink
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: I have 500 lost Bitcoin - need help on: November 06, 2021, 08:46:19 AM
I am always happy to help anybody recover bitcoins: my e-mail address is skybuck2000@hotmail.com.

You can try and send whatever you got over there.

However if this is a scam or you trying to infect me with some crazy executable, don't try ! LOL.

(Also don't try if you try and link me to a server infected with unicode hacks and shit nonononononono LOLOLOL.)

That stuff just makes me giggle.

But if this is real, go right ahead !
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Reason for bitcon flash drop. on: November 06, 2021, 08:42:40 AM
Flash Crash = Computer Glitch

Enjoy ! =D
6  Economy / Speculation / Re: What make people panic sell? on: November 06, 2021, 08:29:12 AM
Panic Sell = Computer Glitches ! Good luck with that ! =D
7  Economy / Speculation / Bitcoin run up is coming on: November 06, 2021, 08:21:14 AM
Now that the inflation is rising in Europe, caused by energy costs ?! <G> there will be a run on bitcoin to maintain wealth.

The inflation is already at 4 to 5% maybe even higher.

This can not continue for longer before rich people start to get very nervous.

If there ever was a time where bitcoin is going to skyrocket out of control, it's the coming 3 to 6 months ! Wink =D

Banks will panic, Banks will buy bitcoin too, with bank account holder savings.

And the bank account holders will be the nigga holding the bag, worthless money caused by inflation.

From riches to rags ! LOL.

I don't have the balls to buy bitcoin right now.

But if you are balsy... then you now know what to do.
8  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: !!! RED ALERT: SHIELDS UP, TROJAN SOURCE HAS ARRIVED !!! on: November 04, 2021, 07:46:18 PM
Well mean while, I have read the entire document, looked at examples, looked at what professor mentions is vunerable software basically all webbrowsers <- that is big.

If this was known then why is it not fixed ? Clearly it wasn't know or people didn't take it seriously, I'll let you choose.

Paying 8010 or 1080 is a big deal this could be fooled on the web.

Anyway I also googled around found some doc about hacking unicode, apperently in that doc this was also know.

The thing that alarmed me is that this-executes-exe.txt actually worked in windows 7.

Basically the exe.txt get's swapped, so the real filename is this-executes-txt.exe.

I have never seen such a thing in all these years of windows usage ! That totally shocked me. SO BEWARE !

For now I have calmed down somewhat, totally calm now...

There is babelmap an babeleditor that can be used to experiment with unicode and control characters ! Wink Have fun ! =D

I also worry about magnetlinks from whatever reason... my spider-sense till me somebody is going to do something bad with it.

Or how about URI payments ! AH YES ! URI payments would be the perfect way to fool USERS.

HOLYSHIT.

Bye for now,
  Skybuck.
9  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: !!! RED ALERT: SHIELDS UP, TROJAN SOURCE HAS ARRIVED !!! on: November 03, 2021, 01:24:53 PM
Anyways, it's time to test some of this code.

TEST 1 CODE section: OK SAFE

Code:
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}

TEST 2 QUOTE: OK SAFE

Quote
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}

TEST 3 JUST WEB COPY:, OK SAFE

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}

TELETYPE: OK SAFE

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}


SUPERSCRIPT: OK SAFE
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}


SUBSCRIPT: OK SAFE

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}


#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

Table column: OK SAFE
int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}

TABLE: OK SAFE
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}
GLOW: OK SAFE

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}


SHADOW: OK SAFE
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}


strikethrough: ok safe
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}


LIST: OK SAFE
  • #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdbool.h>

    int main() {
        bool isAdmin = false;
        /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
            printf("You are an admin.\n");
        /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
        return 0;
    }

right align: OK SAFE
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}

centered: OK SAFE
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}

preformatted text: OK SAFE
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}


left align: OK SAFE
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdbool.h>

int main() {
    bool isAdmin = false;
    /* } ⁦if (isAdmin)⁩ ⁦ begin admins only */
        printf("You are an admin.\n");
    /* end admins only  { ⁦*/
    return 0;
}

THIS FORUM SOFTWARE IS PRETTY GOOD AND SAFE ! LOL. though that right align is a bit whack ! HAHA.

FOR NOW THIS FORUM SOFTWARE IS SKYBUCK APPROVED ! =D
10  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: !!! RED ALERT: SHIELDS UP, TROJAN SOURCE HAS ARRIVED !!! on: November 03, 2021, 01:19:49 PM
This casts big doubts on the whole UNICODE system you might as well consider it a GIGANTIC NSA conspiracy to make all of our systems WEAK and HACKABLE.
Come on, you know better than to label security bugs as NSA conspiracies like this.

The vulnerabilities are skyrocketing. ?You also notice it in the news, yet another ransomware attack, or failure of something.

Most ransomware are the result of companies who are running old outdated software with ancient vulnerabilities, not by some funky stuff on last year's DEFCON or Black Hat World.


Unfortunately NSA is not conspiracy theory, they have hacked about anything they can get their paws on and more ! LOL. The most funny one was hacking the POPE. He not talking to GOD, he talking to NSA.

Try to also look towards the future... how all of this can be exploited by scammers !

For bitcoin and other financial systems, swapping financial numbers comes to mind.
11  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: !!! RED ALERT: SHIELDS UP, TROJAN SOURCE HAS ARRIVED !!! on: November 03, 2021, 09:46:23 AM
My first unicode bug discovery:

It was actually my deep dive into a bitcoin label/text/display bug, a long time ago, that alerted me for the first time of bugs in unicode implementations (windows, bitcoin used old vunerable api, instead of api_ex)

Now that I have dig deeper into the unicode standard a lot of puss is coming out:

Examples:

"The directional formatting characters are used only to influence the display ordering of text. In all other respects they should be ignored—they have no effect on the comparison of text or on word breaks, parsing, or numeric analysis."

"When working with bidirectional text, the characters are still interpreted in logical order—only the display is affected. The display ordering of bidirectional text depends on the directional properties of the characters in the text. Note that there are important security issues connected with bidirectional text: for more information, see [UTR36]."

^ And then the bomb of bombs:

https://www.unicode.org/reports/tr36/

^Unicode Security Considerations:
(Visual Security Issues, Internationalized Domain Names,Mixed-Script Spoofing,Single-Script Spoofing,Inadequate Rendering Support,Malicious Rendering,Bidirectional Text Spoofing,Glyphs in Complex Scripts,Syntax Spoofing,Missing Glyphs,Numeric Spoofs,IDNA Ambiguity,Punycode Spoofs UTF-8 Exploits ,Ill-Formed Subsequences,Substituting for Ill-Formed Subsequences,Text Comparison (Sorting, Searching, Matching) ,Buffer Overflows,Deletion of Code Points,Illegal Input Byte Sequences)

Damn they know about it too! Well thank you for making all our systems so unsafe!

Whoever thought that something as simple as our alphabet and text was safe, will be very disappointed!
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So it turns out UNICODE is full of security bugs and considerations. YIKES !

This casts big doubts on the whole UNICODE system you might as well consider it a GIGANTIC NSA conspiracy to make all of our systems WEAK and HACKABLE.

Even if it's not a conspiracy the vunerabilities are sky-rocketing leading me to write the following text for you all:
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Stop or slow down digitization.

Unfortunately and with a heavy heart I have to conclude that digitization is going too fast and appears to be too vulnerable.

Also thanks to politicians who pay academics to find vulnerabilities in hardware/equipment and software/codes.

In recent years, bangers of cracks/holes/vulnerabilities have been found in hardware/devices and software/codes.

Most of which have yet to be used by criminals.

We have a lot of trouble ahead of us.

The vulnerabilities are skyrocketing. ?You also notice it in the news, yet another ransomware attack, or failure of something.

It really can't go on like this.

I advise everyone to ask for or even stop digitization to give computer programmers and hardware programmers/designers/makers the time to plug gaps.

Finally, a personal touch, please don't abolish the teletext because I think that's fantastic lol, and we might regret the disappearance of the giro collection.

Please keep some non-digital systems standing! Wink and also simpler systems/broadcast systems such as teletext Wink
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For bitcoin I will make an exception, the world may need an alternative currency system vs dollar/euro etc ! Wink

So keep working on BITCOIN ! =D

Update: Concerning the digitization:

Here's a simple idea how to do that:

Every information system that is used in the Country will be put on a list.

This list must then be completed/processed/treated by "security specialists".

They then go through systems on that list looking for vulnerabilities.

These must then be resolved.

There may be 1000 systems on that list.

After that, no new system may be added in the Country until that list has been reduced to 1000 or less.

1000 is an example it can also be more or less depending on what is sensible Smiley

Greetings,
  Skybuck.
12  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: !!! RED ALERT: SHIELDS UP, TROJAN SOURCE HAS ARRIVED !!! on: November 02, 2021, 07:42:32 PM
If it was Star Trek, this would be the point where you're bombarded with so much gunfire that your shields drop to 6% or you have to abandon ship  Wink

But I call bullshit on that paper. Simply running an xterm or other CMD/terminal that only supports ANSI character sets will mitigate this by making the code appear to be the malicious gibberish it really is.



My recommendation is to hold all patches/pull requests until solutions/defense/shields are found !

I don't think you've maintained an open source project but if you have you would know that it is clearly impossible to do this without opening yourself up more gunfire unpatched vulnerabilities.

If this was Star Trek hmmm.... then we would believe our shields are ON while they are OFF lol.

Trigger:
if Shield = "OFF" then Shield = "ON"

Anyway... at least you admit there is a big fat problem by switching to CMD.exe, no more project source files for you, no more fancy pancy development environment for you ! LOL.

I wonder how many bugs/hints/warning messages are missed by CMD.EXE ! Wink

CMD.EXE on Windows 7 is immune indeed, not sure about powershell on Windows 11.

Anyway have fake with your fake shields ! LOL.

Fake vaccines, now we have FAKE SHIELDS and FAKE CODE LOL ! =D

Anyway on a more serious note, GITHUB has taken some precautions which can be seen here:

https://github.com/nickboucher/trojan-source/blob/main/C/commenting-out.c

and here:

https://github.blog/changelog/2021-10-31-warning-about-bidirectional-unicode-text/

So not all is bad.

Github was recently purchased by Microsoft, makes me wonder... are they trying to cover up something ?
13  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / !!! RED ALERT: SHIELDS UP, TROJAN SOURCE HAS ARRIVED !!! on: November 02, 2021, 12:51:39 PM
I haven't even read this document fully yet, but all signs point to MAJOR TROUBLE AHEAD for open source projects:

https://www.trojansource.codes/trojan-source.pdf

My recommendation is to hold all patches/pull requests until solutions/defense/shields are found !

Bye for now,
  Skybuck.
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [PASC] PascalCoin: Deletable blockchain - Like Bank accounts [SAFEBOX] on: February 23, 2021, 04:54:13 PM
Here is a description of how to recover from a corrupted pascalcoin database/data folder, this can currently happen if PascalCoin 5.4 beta 5 is terminated during downloading of blocks:

1. If PascalCoin runs then go to Options, then click open data folder. (This is a bit misleading, because it does not open subfolder data, but one below it where there is also wallet.dat !)

On my laptop/windows 7 this is in:

C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Roaming\PascalCoin

Where user name is the account which you use to log into windows 7.

2. Then shutdown PascalCoin make sure it's fully terminated, check task manager.

3. Then rename subfolder Data to OldData .

So that it looks like so:

C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Roaming\PascalCoin\OldData

maybe also create a new folder just in case:

C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Roaming\PascalCoin\Data

This will force PascalCoin to re-download the blockchain.

Make sure you do not accidently delete your wallet.dat it's in one folder below it.

Performing this procedure will take some time, mostly because of the verification phase on the newly downloaded blockchain.

Estimated time is about 10 to 15 minutes or so.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [PASC] PascalCoin: Deletable blockchain - Like Bank accounts [SAFEBOX] on: January 01, 2021, 01:48:00 PM
And another question - in my wallet I have the inscription "Node status: Alone on the world" - does the wallet not see the network?

Yes. "Aloen on the world" means you're not connected to PascalCoin blockchain so you cannot check/mine

The question is why this is happening. Yesterday I updated the wallet itself to the latest version, I launch it - synchronization takes place, for a while everything works fine - you can see that the chain is synchronized, and then it goes back to the "Alone on the world" statute. At the same time, I do not change anything, there is traffic, everything works

The information you provide is not enough to diagnose the problem. The screenshot does not show which version of pascalcoin you are using.

I know this much, if you mean with "latest version" pulling code from git from most recent commit then pascalcoin might not work because currently the absolute latest version seems buggy.

If you are using a "release" version then pascalcoin should work.

If release version not working then in that case check firewall settings, restart pascalcoin or post some debug logs here perhaps then we can take a look at it.
(Examine the GUI until you find the debug log option, there should be a checkbox somewhere, though it seems you are using a deamon... is the pascalcoin wallet/gui working on your system ?)
(Could also be a problem with miner code, maybe it was not updated to work with latest version of pascal coin deamon ? this just speculation for now)

What you could try is fall back to a previous version that was working. Let us know if this works for you.

Also let us know which version did and which version didn't work.
16  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: What is technical c++ term for {0} in this: int nHeight{0}; ? on: January 01, 2021, 01:28:50 PM
...
The array initialization with this seems a bit weird now. So is this a technical "break" from previous C++ versions ?
So if a previous C++ version wrote:

Array { 1,2,3,4,5 }
...

It will not compile with an earlier version of C++.

See https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/language/aggregate_initialization

New syntax was added as a way to unify the syntax for the various methods of initialization.


This is confusing, let's try and shine some light on this mess, do you agree with the following:

Old code:  Array { 1,2,3,4,5 }

New code: Array { { 1,2,3,4,5 } }

?

Now your post seems to indicate that the old code won't compile with an old compiler ? That does not make sense. (Then again it might make some sense if the c++ compiler is old enough. I tried it somewhat on VS 2010 and indeed the old code also didn't compile, which is a bit weird but ok, so now so many versions of c/c++ language... yikes)

Perhaps you ment the new code will not compile with an older compiler.

So looking at that messing link/document again I think I now understand:


Every C/C++ compiler before 2011:
Code: did not exist

After 2011:
Old code:  Array { 1,2,3,4,5 }

After 2020:
New code: Array { { 1,2,3,4,5 } }

But now old code don't compile anymore as well ? So no backwards compatibility...

This feature seems a bit rushed but at least there is some progress being made in c/c++ but at the cost of confusion and having to change code, something I don't like in general.

Was it worth it for you c/c++ programmers ?

Looking at how does structs are initialized in those code examples, at first glance looks nice, quick, fast, lazy, but I can see that breaking real easy or causing more confusion... (for example field added to structure or re-ordering of fields, this would go undetected)

For now seems to me like a feature that introduces more pain, troubles and unnecessary code than was worth it, anybody disagree ? Wink Smiley
17  Economy / Speculation / Simple prediction: 2024 bitcoin at 200.000 dollars on: January 01, 2021, 01:16:24 PM
Data from https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin/

Hmm even https://www.blockchain.com/prices/BTC seems to have "lost" historic date, most unfortunate indeed.

Unfortunately it doesn't go back far enough, so this will have to do for now:

may 2016 bitcoin worth about 400 to 500 dollars. This is during the halving time.
may 2020 bitcoin is worth 10000 dollars. 20x
may 2024 bitcoin is worth 10000 x 20 ? = 200.000 dollars ?! Wink

(I believe the halving has something to do with it.)

I consider 200.000 dollar an absolute minimum, greed will probably make it go a bit higher, maybe 300.000 to maybe even 400.000 or 500.000 dollars =D

Bye for now,
  Skybuck =D
18  Economy / Services / Re: Complete blockchain for 1 BTC on: January 01, 2021, 12:47:06 PM
What buyer pays for is me, a programmer with 25 years of programming experience in Pascal/Delphi.

Maybe it's time for you to learn something more marketable and go earn real money instead of asking for handouts here.

Not to mention the questionable ethics of promoting the idea of creating useless premined shitcoins for profit.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5259316.20

Days ago he accepted to "hack" an online cryptocurrency casino that is vulnerable to HPP vulnerability (which i doubt)

Dealing with this person is risky.

he is the same persons  with multiple account. for sure he is scammer

Unfortunately for you this is not a scam. You simply fail to recgonize an oppertunity.

You have no proof that I am a scammer, you should not call people scammers on the internet without proof, that is too easy to call people scammers.

If this was my forum I would mark you as a low life.

Having said that is there a rule on this forum against having two or multiple accounts ?!

If you believe that having multiple accounts is a forming of scamming than you are an idiot.

There could be very good reasons to have multiple accounts. I happened to have two. This one and another one which you won't believe is me anyway because you are distrustfull.

Doing bussiness requires trust... and willing to trust.

If you trust no one get of this planet now ! Wink

So far nobody has taken me up on my offer.

However I can proof the existance of a duplicated coin system:

https://github.com/DelphiniumCoin/DelphiniumCoin

Created by me.

Now I am sure idiots like you will then say, no it wasn't created be me.

See talk is cheap.

IT WAS CREATED BY ME.

If you want I can proof that as well.

I can send message from Skybuck to Delphniumcoin and back again.

On github too.

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19  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: What is technical c++ term for {0} in this: int nHeight{0}; ? on: December 27, 2020, 08:03:34 AM
OK,

Thank you all,

Last one to explain the differences.

The one before last how this is called technically. "Direct initialization".

Cause I was quite confused about what kind of initialization this is supposed to be and how it's technically called Smiley

The array initialization with this seems a bit weird now. So is this a technical "break" from previous C++ versions ?

So if a previous C++ version wrote:

Array { 1,2,3,4,5 }

That code now needs to be updated to:

Array { { 1,2,3,4,5 } } ?

I will keep an eye out for this, however the examples on the link https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/language/direct_initialization do not show this kind of array initialization ? (Perhaps to hide that this is now broken with previous C++ version ? Wink Smiley)
20  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: What is technical c++ term for {0} in this: int nHeight{0}; ? on: December 26, 2020, 03:56:36 AM
I find this kinda strange, when I google these technical terms the first link that shows up is:

https://www.learncpp.com/cpp-tutorial/b-4-initializer-lists-and-uniform-initialization/

On the first line of text it says:

"C++03 has partial support for initializer lists, allowing you to use initializer lists for simple aggregate data types (structs and C-style arrays):"

Perhaps this is old, but from reading that it seems this would be limited to structs and arrays only.

But now it is being applied to variables/integers and such as well ?

Is this allowed in later versions of C++ ? Or is this some kind of abuse ?

Are variables now considered 1 element arrays ?

Does anybody have any links to "official" documentation how this feature is supposed to work if there is only one parameter as in the original posting:

int nHeight{0};

Perhaps in newer versions of C++ ? From which version of C++ would this be allowed ? And is it still considered an initialization list ? While there is no real list, or an list of one element if you will Wink.
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