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Re: write callback issues (was Re: A new problem)

From: Prasad J Pandit <>
Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2008 17:30:03 +0530 (IST)

On Wed, 9 Apr 2008, Guenter Knauf wrote:
> dont be upset now, but now I only say what I honestly think: then you're
> not a developer at all! Such things are basic C (hint: sprintf(buffer,
> "%02X", byte) f.e.) and you can not expect that we teach you such things
> here, so there's absolutely no reason why you get un-polite. Please take
> this as a hint, and go and search for a C code snippet which can display
> any buffer as a nice hex listing, and try this (and beside that you
> would do good to learn basic C before you go and develop to Win32 GUI).
> Also writing to a file is option as others suggested; then you're able
> to show us the 'bad' response with a hex editor.
> Then what makes me think too that you are not a real developer is:
> - you pester this list with 25 mails during more than a week but you're
> not able to post a simple small program which demonstrates your prob; a
> real developer would just have taken one of the numerous samples our
> project comes with, and modified for own needs, and then posted here if
> this still can preproduce the issue, and that would have taken far less
> time than writing all those mails!
> - instead of testing against a real webserver you use dubious methods to
> send something back to your calling curl app; what's that? If you have
> netcat then you have Linux, and each and every Linux comes with Apache
> by default, so worstest case would be to start your package manager for
> 5 minutes and install it; beside that the ASF provides ready-to-use
> Win32 downloads which you can install in 5 minutes too.
> - finally since you 'cant' show us what you're really going to do this
> sounds to me you're a hacker who wants to crack some forum software,
> ebay, whatever, and then its clear and it explains why you dont 'want'
> to show us your code.
> let me give you an advice for hackers: use Perl or PHP! These are more
> right for ya! These languages think for you, and forgive bad coding, and
> lead you onto the right track with error messages.

   Huh...whatever man, thanks for the reply!


   - Prasad
Received on 2008-04-09