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Due to the fact that there were absolutely *no* invitation sign-ups to the QBCPC 2004/2005 before the deadline of April 30 has expired, this compo has indeed been cancelled. So then, I am finally giving the QuickBASIC Caliber Programming Compo a fond goodbye once and for all, and you can read all about it and more beginning at http://dhost.hopto.org/aapproj/qbcpc/index.html.

Be seeing you there.
Well, some things simply don't success no matter how much effort you put into it. Remember, effort doesn't result in proportional success. You can never blame people for not responding to your work the way you want. I'm glad you are not like some people(wink-wink) who usually decide to abandon the community after similar experiences like yours. I'm looking forward to your projects in freebasic, especially FJ. BTW, loved that article of yours in QB Express about attaching icons to exe files.
To Lachie:

Look now, I must clearly say up front that you are totally correct, man. ^_^=b ! I mean, I am not even *about* to give up on this QB45/QB71/FB community like a terrified lilly-livered coward just because my first three compos crashed and burned out all of a sudden, you know? Wink That is without a doubt why in my next new compo — and it is gonna be entirely an FB demoscene compo that is gonna be scheduled for this summer — I am gonna just keep things real and keep things simple, even on the numbering and structure of my new Official Entry Rules. PERIOD. I can promise you that, Lachie. Cool

Also, I must clearly say too that you are also right about saying that I cannot blame other people for my own failures and stuff like that. And man, I am learning that, believe me! Hey, just part of what being a human being is all about, after all. Big Grin

Way to say it like it TRULY is, Lachie, and be checking you out later!! :king: !

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- Adigun Azikiwe Polack
One of the Founders of “Aura Flow” ::: Continuing Developer of “Frantic Journey”
Current Developer of “Star Angelic Slugger” ::: Webmaster of the “AAP Official Projects Squad”
Original Creator of the “The New FreeBASIC 8-Bit Palette Machine”

P.S. Hey, about my tutorial, I am *sure* glad too that you enjoyed it, so I thank you so much! Bless your heart on that, man!! Big Grin
Adigun A. Polack
Ancient Guru
Joined: 19 Jul 2002
Posts: 512

Funny how you have made that many posts... Good timing methinks.

Well good luck in your next competition! 8)

Quote:loved that article of yours in QB Express about attaching icons to exe files.

Me too! Thanks Adigun, it was a good tut.