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int Date::getDay() const {
return day;
}
int Date::getMonth() const {
return month;
}
int Date::getYear() const {
return year;
}
void Date::setDay(int d) {
day = d;
}
void Date::setMonth(int m) {
month = m;
}
void Date::setYear(int y) {
year = y;
}
void Date::increment() {
if (!isLastDayInMonth()) {
day++;
} else {
day = 1;
if (month == 12) { // December
month = 1;
year++;
} else {
month++;
}
}
}
bool Date::isEqual(const Date& date2) const {
return day == date2.day && month == date2.month && year == date2.year;
}
bool Date::isLeapYear() const {
return (year%4 ==0 && year % 100 != 0) || year%400 == 0;
}
int Date::lastDayInMonth() const {
if (month == 2 && isLeapYear())
return 29;
else
return DaysInMonth[ month ];
}
bool Date::isLastDayInMonth() const {
return day == lastDayInMonth(); // uses member function
}
void Date::print() const {
std::cout << month << "/" << day << "/" << year;
}
bool sameDay(const Date& date1, const Date& date2) {
return date1.getDay() == date2.getDay() && date1.getMonth() == date2.getMonth();
}
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To run CHIPS.EXE?

 

no, if I wanted to run MSCC I would probably virtually run MS-DOS through an emulator (preferably DOSBox), or install a version of XP (or possibly 98) 

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This episode got delayed more than I intended, but if you’ve been watching the series a while, it’s nothing compared to some of the other ones. This episode is also one of the shorter ones in a while, although really, this is ideally where I wanted to aim, but the past few episodes have just been one thing after another, there was less of a good jumping off spot. I know plenty of people would just as soon have me make the next episode 30 minutes long, but it’s definitely easier for me to break it up some more. Part of the reason this episode got delayed is because I’ve been spending a little more time learning possible software for the long-term movie project I still want to do. That’s not anywhere close to being done, but I would go crazy if I wasn’t doing SOMETHING on it, I mostly put that completely on hold for 2013.

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no, if I wanted to run MSCC I would probably virtually run MS-DOS through an emulator (preferably DOSBox), or install a version of XP (or possibly 98) 

Thanks for the info.  Then why did you want Windows 95?  (Which is, in my opinion, the second best version of Windows after XP)

 

And my CTRL+V is:

Portlandia [5]

Nuketown [11]

Principality of Sealand [16] +1

District 12 [11]

Hell [10] 

West Philadelphia [11]

Russia [5] -2

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Thanks for the info.  Then why did you want Windows 95?  (Which is, in my opinion, the second best version of Windows after XP)

 

 

 

I was seeking out ISO files to see how many are still available, I'd prefer 98 over 95 

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I was seeking out ISO files to see how many are still available, I'd prefer 98 over 95 

Here is a site that includes all versions of Windows and many of the betas too: winworldpc.com

 

And my ctrl+v is:

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  • photo-thumb-73.jpg?_r=1390341043IceyLava108

    um what

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    they're singing a song

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    and a lyric was apparently 'america'

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    and they're not in america k

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    nice coca-cola commercial ft. josh

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