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    Default Re: What is the Root class that draws to a Window using Graphics

    Oh and infact I indeed did get a job: building plugins for a friend of a youtuber named ZexyZek :D Coolest thing ever! And yes, I get paid, so yes, it's a job.

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    A talented amateur?
    Hate to say this, but you could do this for 20 years, but until you do this as a job then "talented amateur" is about the best you're going to get, IMO.
    Information is only a part of the equation.
    Oh speaking of 20 years, my mentor who taught me has 20 years experience in aeronautical simulation [with Fortran] for major companies, even including the Air Force! *coolest guy ever*

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    Default Re: What is the Root class that draws to a Window using Graphics

    Nobody asked, so I don't know who you're having a conversation with at this point. Can other people see him?
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    Default Re: What is the Root class that draws to a Window using Graphics

    Quote Originally Posted by Link_The_Programmer View Post
    Oh and infact I indeed did get a job: building plugins for a friend of a youtuber named ZexyZek :D Coolest thing ever! And yes, I get paid, so yes, it's a job.
    That's nice.

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    Oh speaking of 20 years, my mentor who taught me has 20 years experience in aeronautical simulation [with Fortran] for major companies, even including the Air Force! *coolest guy ever*
    And?
    I could mentor someone and that wouldn't make them any more than a talented amateur.
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    Default Re: What is the Root class that draws to a Window using Graphics

    Talent comes from within, it is not something you learn ;)

    A knowledgeable amateur, I would say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gimbal2 View Post
    Talent comes from within, it is not something you learn ;)

    A knowledgeable amateur, I would say.
    Oh, I only mentor the talented.
    Can't be doing with those average types...;)
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    Default Re: What is the Root class that draws to a Window using Graphics

    Well, for a Slytherin you are a really nice guy.
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