User talk:Krischik

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Hallo Krischik und herzlich willkommen bei der Wir freuen uns über jeden, der am Projekt mitarbeitet. Du solltest Dir allerdings noch ein paar Gedanken über die verlinkung Deiner Benutzerseite machen, so zeigt z.B. Dein Link von hier auf die deutsche Wikiquote auf einen redirect der wieder hierher führt, aber wers mag. Timt 20:53, 18 Dec 2004 (UTC)

Data Structures book[edit]

I left a comment for you on the discussion page of the DS book. MShonle

Hey, thanks for the edit on the DS book: I didn't know that putting a ":" in there could avoid using the "Template:" namespace. That should avoid a lot of indirection, and I could probably delete all of those indirect pointers. MShonle

About gnat make[edit]

Agree, it is more user-friendy. Just I am not very accustomed to it. ManuelGR 20:52, 26 Jan 2005 (UTC)


Hello, there is something relating to this page that I would like to ask you. I don't fully understand the meaning of the following sentence: "This is because Ada will allways do what is save - unless you request different." In my opinion it should be rewritten to make it more accesible.

-- Suruena 09:15, 10 Mar 2005 (UTC)

About a post at my discussion page..[edit]

Hi, you wrote this at my discussion page:

I did not quite understand you, can you explain it again?

--User:August 13:36, 28 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Computer programming/Types in WikiBooks[edit]

got additions by effectively doubling the size of the article since you last worked on it. I just thought you might like to see what I did to it. 23:55, 17 July 2005 (UTC) My user pages on Wikipedia and Wikibooks.[reply]

Computer programming/Procedures and functions[edit]

You may be interested in what AlMac has done to this place. When you last worked on it, it was one page using a C coding example. Now it is three pages with two main additions: generic text that is program language-independent, and semi-generic RPG explanation. It needs more introduction definition and other languages. Subqueries is a term from SQL, where something very like a sub-procedure is invoked.

Franco Gasperoni[edit]

That was kinda funny :)

I was a bit reluctant to strike it out since I voted for Mandrin Chinese. Could have been perceived as sour grapes. Anyway, Ada looks pretty cool. I'm 19 and hope to get into college soon to do CompSci; Ada looks interesting to me, but I'm not sure how relevent it is today in the grand scheme of things. It would be nice to make the software used by B-2 bombers or something like that :) --Mijokijo 12:42, 31 August 2005 (UTC)[reply]


Thanks for putting the notice and link to Wikibooks in the Wikipedia articles for Algebra and Trigonometry. This introduced me to Wikibooks, where I'll be more useful. -- 23:26, 4 September 2005 (UTC) MathMan64[reply]

Vote strikeout[edit]

In reading the page, I started from the bottom and noticed that all of the invalid No votes had been stricken, and did not see any similarly invalid Yes votes stricken. I did not scroll up all the way to see that a few Yes votes at the top had in fact been stricken, so I assumed that someone had simply gone after the invalid votes on one side to skew the outcome. My apologies for that erroneous assumption. --Michael Snow 18:54, 11 October 2005 (UTC)[reply]