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@JÞB wrote:

Did you really post a reference to a pointer?

😂


I must admit that I didn't get it until I read your post.

That is too funny! 🤣

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@JÞB wrote:

Did you really post a reference to a pointer?

And you say I abuse the LabVIEW Forum!

😆🤣😂


While we are way off topic anyhow....

 

Are you going to name the dog "This"? 

 

We should all open a dialog for even better names for a programmers pointer.


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@JÞB wrote:

@JÞB wrote:

Did you really post a reference to a pointer?

And you say I abuse the LabVIEW Forum!

😆🤣😂


While we are way off topic anyhow....

 

Are you going to name the dog "This"? 

 

We should all open a dialog for even better names for a programmers pointer.


nope.
In order to be better understood by vegan Text based programers, I'm going for "Tofu" - spelled "toFoo". 😉

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@James_W wrote:

If you're going to be picky, Paul, that's only the general case! And English is my mother tongue (not American) 😉, so I'm going to allow myself that leeway when tired and when the meaning is very clear. This is not a forum of hitmen or dog salesmen either, so lets leave it at that.


You do get a lot of handy advice tho.

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@James_W wrote:

@paul_cardinale wrote:

@James_W wrote:

Looking for a pointer or to finish me off please.


In general, 'finishing someone off' means to kill that person.


If you're going to be picky, Paul, that's only the general case! And English is my mother tongue (not American) 😉, so I'm going to allow myself that leeway when tired and when the meaning is very clear. This is not a forum of hitmen or dog salesmen either, so lets leave it at that.

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(I keep looking for a dog - maybe you've just guided me to the correct breed for a programmer😂)


Jay, that sort of language has no place on this forum surely you should know! 😂

James




Oooo.  So touchy.  Maybe try decaf.

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nope, not touchy, happy (amused to read your comment actually), but I can see how it could be read as touchy. The written word doesn't have the same inflection as the spoken one and is always inferior for banter in that respect.😉

James

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Finishing off, pointers, handy....

 

And now "touchy"... 

 

Where does it end?

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wiebe@CARYA wrote:

Finishing off, pointers, handy....

 

And now "touchy"... 

 

Where does it end?


Do you really want us to Google that for a more appropriate web resource?  I'm assuming a moderator would remove a TMGTFY link.


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wiebe@CARYA wrote:

Finishing off, pointers, handy....

 

And now "touchy"... 

 

Where does it end?


In a Happy ending?

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wiebe@CARYA wrote:

Finishing off, pointers, handy....

 

And now "touchy"... 

 

Where does it end?


That was a set up... Pun was intended.

 

It's getting harder (*sigh*) to type anything that can't be misinterpreted.

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