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 1 
 on: June 03, 2018, 02:09:42 pm 
Started by CodeKid - Last post by CodeKid
Sorry-I can't post screenshots.

 2 
 on: June 03, 2018, 02:08:37 pm 
Started by CodeKid - Last post by CodeKid
Here is my minecraft laser:

And here it is turned on:

Finally, me above the Laser:

 3 
 on: April 25, 2018, 09:33:41 am 
Started by codeReview - Last post by codeReview
1
One, exclamation mark

2
To, Too or Two

4
For or Four

AFAP
As Far As Possible

A&F, AAF
Always And Forever

A3
Anywhere, Any time, Any place

AA
Alcoholics Anonymous

AAB
Average At Best

AAK
Alive And Kicking

AAMOF
As A Matter Of Fact

AAP
Always A Pleasure

AAR
At Any Rate

AAYF
As Always, Your Friend

ABD
Already Been Done

ABH
Actual Bodily Harm

ABN
*sshole By Nature

ABT
Absolutely

ABT
About

ADM
All Day Long

ADMIN
Administrator

ADN
Any Day Now

AEAE
And Ever And Ever

AEAP
As Early As Possible

AFAIAC
As Far As I Am Concerned

AFAIC
As Far As I'm Concerned

AFAICS
As Far As I Can See

AFAICT
As Far As I Can Tell

AFAIK
As Far As I Know

AFAIR
As Far As I Remember

AFC
Away From Computer

AFD
All F***ing Day

AFT
About F***ing Time

AGW
All Going Well

Aight
Are you alright, Yo

ALOL
Actually Laughing Out Loud

ANY1
Anyone

AYSOS
Are You Stupid Or Something?

B
Be

B4
Before

Bb
Bye Bye, Goodbye

BBIAB
Be back in a bit

BBL
Be back later

BBS
Be back soon

BD
Big deal

BRB
Be right back

BRB
Be right back or Bath-room break

BRT
Be right there

BTW
By the way

C
See

CSWS
Can't Stop, Won't Stop

CU
See you

CUL
See you later

Cuz
Because

CYA
See you

CYS
Check your settings

da
The

dat
That

der
There

DIAF
Die in a fire

Dunno
Dont know

FAQ
Frequently asked questions

FOAD
**** off and die

FTL
For the loss

FTUW
For the uber win

FTW
For the win

FWIW
For what it's worth

FYI
For your information

G2G / GTG
Got to go

GAL
Get a life

GFY
Good for you

GG
Good game, Good going

GIYF
Google is your friend

Gonna
Going to

HAND
Have a nice day

HS
Holy sh*t!

HTH
Hope this helps

IACL
I am currently laughing

IANAL
I am not a lawyer

IANARS
I am not a rocket scientist

IC
I see

ICYDK
In case you didn't know

IDGI
I don't get it

IDK
I don't know

Iggy
Igloo

IIRC
If I recall correctly

ILY or ILU
I love you

IMHO
In my honest opinion

IMNSHO
In my not so honest opinion

IMO
In my opinion

IRL
In real life

ITT
In this thread

IYDMMA
If you don't mind me asking

JJ
Just joking

JK
Just kidding

JOOC
Just out of curiosity

JP
Just playing

K
Okay

KK
Ok Cool or Ok Kewl

KL
kool, cool

Kwl
Cool

L8r
Later

LLAH
Laughing like a Hyena

LMAO
Laughing my *ss off

LMFAO
Laughing my f*cking *ss off

LOL
Laugh out loud

LQTM
Laugh quietly to myself

M8
Mate

MYOB
Mind your own business

NLS
Not Life Safe

NOYB
None of your business

NP
No problem

NSFW
Not Safe For Work

Nvm
Never Mind

NVM
Never mind

NWS
Not Work Safe

O
Oh

O3
Out Of Office

OGC
Man J*cking Off

OIC
Oh, I see

OJ
Only Joking

OMG
Oh my God!, Oh my Goodness!,

OOC
Out of Character

OP
Original Poster, Original Post

OT
Off topic

PEBKAC
Problem exists between the keyboard and the chair

Pic
Picture

PITA
Pain in the *ss

Pix
Pictures

Plz, Pls
Please

PMSL
Pissing, pissed myself laughing

POS
Piece of sh*t

PPL
People

PTTL
Pop to the loo

RL
Real life

ROFL
Rolling on the floor laughing

ROFLMAO
Rolling on the floor laughing my *ss off

ROFLMAOL
Rolling on the floor laughing my *ss out loud

Shudda
Should have

SMH
Shaking my head

SO
Significant other

SOS
Same old sh*t

soz, srry
Sorry

SSDD
Same sh*t, different day

STFW
Search the f*cking web

sup
What's up?

sup homes
What's up, friend?

SWW
Sorry, wrong window - typing in the wrong box

Thnx
Thanks

Tho
Though

TIA
Thanks in advance

TTFN
Ta ta for now

TTYL
Talk to you later

TTYT
Talk to you tomorrow

TY
Thank you

TYT
Take your time

U
You

W8
Wait

Wanna
Want to

WB
Welcome back

Wd
Well done

WDUWTA?
What do you want to talk about?

Wile
While

WOOT
We own the other team

WTH?
What the hell?

WURSC
Wow, you are so cool

YCM
You copied me

Ye
Yeah, Yes

YMMV
Your mileage may vary

Yo
Hey, Your

YSVW
You are so very welcome

YW
You are welcome

Totes
Totally

 4 
 on: April 25, 2018, 09:31:31 am 
Started by codeReview - Last post by codeReview
Result: 75 followers in 10 days (some real, some fake)

 5 
 on: April 16, 2018, 12:03:55 am 
Started by codeReview - Last post by codeReview
One other note... there's a max on there of 25 to give you a chance to try it out.

The 25 can be increased or decreased to a different number.

 6 
 on: April 15, 2018, 11:47:50 pm 
Started by codeReview - Last post by codeReview
Here is a process with some Javascript code that I was able to use to automate surfing Instagram and auto-liking posts.

Warning: Probably not approved by Instagram.

With Chrome..
1. Logged into Instagram account (@oproot).
2. Performed search on a hashtag (example: #ATX or #picoftheday).
3. Clicked on a picture.
4. In the browser, selected Options.. More tools.. Developer tools.. Console.
5. Entered the following code in the console and hit Enter.

Code: [Select]
function getHeartElement() {
    var knownHeartElementNames = ["coreSpriteHeartOpen", "coreSpriteLikeHeartOpen"];
    var i = 0;
    // Loop through the known heart elements until one works
    for (i = 0; i < knownHeartElementNames.length; i++) {
        var heartElement = document.querySelector('.' + knownHeartElementNames[i]);
        if (heartElement != undefined) {
            break;
        }
    }
    return heartElement;
}
function doLike() {
    var likeElement = getHeartElement();
    var nextElement = document.querySelector('.coreSpriteRightPaginationArrow');
    likeCount++;
    console.log('Liked ' + likeCount);
    var nextTime = Math.random() * (14000 - 4000) + 4000;
    likeElement.click();
    setTimeout(function() {nextElement.click();}, 1000);
    if (likeCount < 25) {
        setTimeout(doLike, nextTime);
    } else {
        console.log('Break time..');
    }
}
var likeCount = 0;
doLike();

 7 
 on: April 12, 2018, 01:52:17 pm 
Started by op - Last post by op
Here is an example of a file to parse with Powershell. The "computers.txt" file contains a list of computer names and IP addresses.

Code: [Select]
Computer report (Filename: computers.txt)

IP Address           Computer name
------------           ------------------
123.45.11.10         Computer1             
222.121.22.45        Computer2             
65.45.65.11          Computer3
22.65.11.55          Computer4
52.12.23.11          Computer5

In the case we want to retrieve an IP address based on a computer name, the script will accept 2 parameters - the file to parse and the computer name. Create a regex variable containing the IP address pattern to only evaluate lines with an IP address. For each line, find out if the line returns a match for the specified computer name. If it does, write out the IP address.

Code: [Select]
Param(
  [string]$compName,
  [string]$inFile
)
$regex = '\b\d{1,3}\.\d{1,3}\.\d{1,3}\.\d{1,3}\b\s+'
$extract = @()
select-string -path $inFile -pattern $regex -context 0,1 |
foreach-object {
If ($_.line -match $compName)
{
$extract += $_.Line.Replace("$compName","").Replace(" ","")
Write-Host $extract
}
}

Save the ps1 code as GetComputerName.ps1 and initiate with the syntax:
powershell "E:\b\GetComputerName.ps1" "Computer3" "E:\b\computers.txt"

 8 
 on: April 12, 2018, 01:16:46 pm 
Started by op - Last post by op
Powershell code that accepts incoming parameter dash-separated list and splits the array.

Code: [Select]
Param(
   [string]$inString
)
$array = $inString.Split("-") | ForEach {
   Write-Host $_
}

Save code as ps1 file (test.ps1).
Command-line syntax: powershell e:\b\test.ps1 "45-132-555-12"

 9 
 on: April 12, 2018, 10:47:06 am 
Started by op - Last post by codeReview
Android Studio

The Official IDE for Android
https://developer.android.com/studio/index.html

SQL Server Express
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=55994

Notepad++
https://notepad-plus-plus.org/download/v7.5.6.html


 10 
 on: April 05, 2018, 05:27:49 pm 
Started by op - Last post by codeReview
WINSCP.

https://winscp.net/eng/index.php

Copy files between local computer and remote servers using FTP, FTPS, SCP, SFTP, WebDAV or S3 file transfer protocols.

Command-line:
winscp.com /script=c:\NameOfScriptfile.txt /log=c:\NameOfLogFile.txt /parameter "param1" "param2" "param3

Then, the script file "NameOfScriptfile.txt" looks like this:

Code: [Select]
option batch abort
option confirm off
open https://usernamehere:passwordhere@hostnamehere.com
lcd C:\c
cd %1%
cd %2%
get %3%
exit







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