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Discussion in 'Lounge' started by Nekodaiden, Feb 23, 2019.

  1. Nekodaiden

    Nekodaiden Active Member

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    Be as general or specific as you like.

    At the moment I’m relaxing, drinking some beers, watching videos and doing some light cleaning. I periodically need to set some time aside and re-organize and clean, as I can tend to leave it. Now for my whole life I’ve relied on chemical cleaners, excepting changing to slightly diluted alcohol and/or lemon concentrate some years ago.

    Today, I tried something different. I have some encrusted old food (flour, sauces etc) on my kitchen counter top. Normally, I’d whip together a strong solvent solution (usually alcohol) and clean with it. Instead I just decided to use warm soapy water and time. Add water in generous quantities to effected areas...and wait. A while. Maybe 20 minutes max. Go back, and the water and time has made the job easy and quick. Water is a natural solvent, just need to give it a little time to work if you don’t want to scrub.

    More generally, I’m relearning C lang. I learned it a very long time ago, and haven’t really used it all that much. However I’ve written some programs in Bash (Bourne again Shell – Unix/Linux) and have discovered they are not easily ported to Windows. So in order to share my programs, I decided to relearn C lang so I can easily compile them to be used for Windows users.
     
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  2. mavrick45
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    mavrick45 Active Member

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    getting ready to release my second music book :D
     

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