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R·I·T This user attends or attended Rochester Institute of Technology.
PIT This user is a fan of the
Pittsburgh Penguins
Own windows logo.svg This user contributes using Microsoft Windows.
Java This user can program in Java.
ANAL 4 This user advocates good grammar usage.
Crystal kdmconfig.png This user's IRC nick is mwn3d on the server freenode.
who This user prefers using who for both the object and subject case. Who does it hurt to simplify things?
A, B, and C This user prefers the serial comma.
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I am a student at RIT, majoring in computer engineering. If you don't know what that is, mix computer science and electrical engineering, then add Assembly, and you got it. You can see some of my code and philosophy theory on my web page. I've primarily worked in C++ and Java, with some Ruby, C, and Motorola 68K Assembly. I've also worked in QuickBASIC--my first programming language.

I am a heavy user of Rosetta Code. Here is my user page there.


Other things I couldn't find userboxes for[edit]

I prefer serifed fonts.

Quoting and punctuation:

  • When "a quote" is in the middle of a sentence, and it is intended to be part of the sentence, no punctuation is required inside the quotes.
  • Omit periods inside the quotes when ending a sentence with "a quote".
  • What if the enclosing sentence "has other punctuation"? Yes.
  • If "the quote?" has punctuation other than a period, "always include it!".
  • Even if the punctuation of the quote "matches that of the enclosing sentence!"!