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Phoenix

Welcome to the forum bro. Enjoy your stay here. :D :D


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Blue Indian

#include <uret.h>

void URET()

{

show("Hello CJX");

}

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JJHACKER

#pragma hdrstop

#include <string>

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

// ----------------------------------------

// #include <rept.h>

// #include <uret.h>

// Borland C++ x.x

// ----------------------------------------

int main()

{

  char* strMsg1 = " :::..>>>  Hello CJX  <<<..:::";

  printf(strMsg1);

  printf("\n");

  printf("\n");

  system("PAUSE");

}

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LordCoder

Imports URET.Welcome

Public Class Hello

Sub Main()

URET.Welcome.NewMember("Hello, cxj98")

End Sub

End Class

:gamer:  :gamer:  :hi:

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JJHACKER

Nice , Nice , Happy to see you LordCoder :)


(Our enemy always looking for a way to destroy us and our friend)


(keep your self in safe place) :X


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CybotX

#ifdef IREC

#undef IREC

#define _URET

#include <curet>

#include <cstdlib>

#pragma warning( disable : 0x0086 64 )

#pragma comment(linker, "/include:__URETSymbol")

int main(int argc, char *argv[], char *envp[])

{

system("/usr/local/bin/uret.sh > NULL");

return 0;

}

#endif

#!/bin/bash

# Shell Script Find Home directory for 'cxj98' and say 'Hello'

# uret.sh

if [$# -eq 0]; then

echo "Target lost"

else

for URETLogName in $*

do

echo "Initiating search sequence ..!"

echo .

if grep $URETLogName /etc/passwd > /dev/null; then

hUretDirectory = `grep $URETLogName /etc/passwd | cut -d ":" -f 6`

echo "Found Home Directory for $URETLogname : $hUretDirectory "

echo "Hello cxj98. Welcome aboard Comrades ..!"

else

echo "cxj98 Lost"

fi

done

fi

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iceland

button .b -text " Welcome " -command {tk_messageBox -message " Hello cxj98 "}

pack .b

Edited by iceland
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CybotX

Ehmm, a Tcl programmer using Tk toolkit, welcome iceland, nice to meet you Comrades .


 


here's a perl module for you using Tk toolkit



use Tkx;

Tkx::button(".b",
-text => "Hello, iceland, Welcome aboard Comrades to URET. Njoy your stay",
-command => sub { Tkx::destroy("."); },
);
Tkx::pack(".b");

Tkx::MainLoop()

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LordCoder

unit Hello;

interface

uses

URETWelcome;

type

var

HELLO: PEOPLE;

implementation

{$R *.dfm}

procedure TForm1.FormCreate(Sender: TObject);

ShowMessage('HELLO cxj98');

begin

end;

end.

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XorRanger

welcome = 0

while welcome < 99999:

welcome = welcome + 1

print welcome

print("Hello cxj98")

if welcome = 99999:

print("A Big Welcome to cxj98")

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Blue Indian

#define URET_THIS_POST_LEAN_AND_CALM

#include <all_dudes.h>

#include <uret.h>

#include <dos.h>

#pragma comment(lib,"uret.lib")

#pragma comment(linker,"/NODEFAULTLIB:woop_too_much_codes.lib")

struct cjx

{

char name[10];

char team[10];

char wish[50];

}

int main()

{

cjx c;

c.name = "CJX";

c.team = "URET";

c.wish = "Welcome and Best of luck buddy";

printf("%s",c.name);

sleep(2);

printf("\r%s",c.team);

sleep(2);

printf("\r%s",c.wish);

return (int) "LOLZ";

}

:maninlove::gamer::hi::crazy::tease:

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m0rpheus

good to see u mate, enjoy your stay


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