PotatoLiSK's Guide to Necrobumping

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09/07/2012 09:44 PMPosted by HeReTiC
Someone should necro one of the oldest threads in the forum (they'll be dated 7/27/2010).


Did that on my other account the first day I used the forums.
Do not do it.

Examples of threads to necro:

Examples of threads not to necro:
ALL OF THEM


I agree.


man you dug up the grave before the grass finished growing over it
This thread is really dumb.
Achievement unlocked.
PS: -1 to OP. Necrobumping is hilarious.
Achievement unlocked.
PS: -1 to OP. Necrobumping is hilarious.


-1 to you for not being there when the thread was made. 90% of the threads on the first page were necrobumps.
Then people are necroing your own thread in a time when it's no longer relevent.
Do not do it.

Examples of threads to necro:

Examples of threads not to necro:
ALL OF THEM


Excellent guide. Considering for sticky.

The only way this could be better would be if it were necroed.


Wow. This Comman is actually really awesome. HE IS ONE OF US! ONE OF US!
Do not do it.

Examples of threads to necro:

Examples of threads not to necro:
ALL OF THEM


Excellent guide. Considering for sticky.

The only way this could be better would be if it were necroed.


Your wish is my command :).
It happens.
09/27/2012 04:57 PMPosted by Xenharmonic
Your wish is my command :).


Success. Could have waited a tad longer, but golf clap anyways.
*Golf Claps*
Soo where is that sticky Dax promised?


I agree.


man you dug up the grave before the grass finished growing over it


AGAIN

Consideration != promise


I never understood why people do the factorial sign whenever they want to say that something is not equal to something else...


sign up for programming 101 next year
The other not equal to sign (=/=) isn't on anyone's keyboard.

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=%21%3D


!= is also used in Java programming as a 'not equal' identifier.
09/27/2012 05:20 PMPosted by MtlGuitarist
I never understood why people do the factorial sign whenever they want to say that something is not equal to something else...


If he typed something like 7! = x then that would be a factorial however this is more like 7 != x which means doesn't equal.

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