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Old 03-04-2004, 06:19 PM
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Default There is no such thing as a stupid question

I don't know who said this originally, but it is completely wrong. There are a number of "stupid" questions that get asked here from time to time. For instance, "What is the code to turn the computer on?" is a stupid question and yes it has been asked before. Here is another one "How do I write my own OS in VB?" Again it has been asked before, this one a number of times.

Think logically about what you are going to ask before asking it. If the computer isn't on how can it run code? If you need to have the VB runtimes running on Windows to run a VB program how can it be used to write an OS?
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