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Beginner Challenge | Quadratic formula Solver #11
(11-17-2013, 06:11 AM)Colonel Wrote: Do you feel special? I finished Calc 2 in 11th grade, I had buddies who finished it in 9th grade, and the whole bunch still slays more poon than you..

I'm sorry, do you have something against me for some reason?
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Beginner Challenge | Quadratic formula Solver #12
(11-17-2013, 06:11 AM)Colonel Wrote: Do you feel special? I finished Calc 2 in 11th grade, I had buddies who finished it in 9th grade, and the whole bunch still slays more poon than you..

Also, I like coc...
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RE: Beginner Challenge | Quadratic formula Solver #13
Then why did you take offense to what he said?

RE: Beginner Challenge | Quadratic formula Solver #14
(11-18-2013, 04:42 PM)w00t Wrote: Then why did you take offense to what he said?
I didn't take offense, I just don't see why he felt the need to belittle me.

If anyone wants to approve apron my solution and write a cleaner one, I will gladly update the thread with the code and creds.
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RE: Beginner Challenge | Quadratic formula Solver #15
Calculate the discriminant, store it in a variable. This way, you don't have to calculate it twice, and if discriminant = 0, x = -b/2a

RE: Beginner Challenge | Quadratic formula Solver #16
I solved your challenge m8: http://www.wolframalpha.com/

"I just don't see why he felt the need to belittle me", I don't see why you act like a special snowflake, I'm waiting to see your "autopwn", kinda in the need for some laughter

For around 3 years of python & hacking knowledge you must be a really slow learner...

Beginner Challenge | Quadratic formula Solver #17
(11-22-2013, 05:40 AM)Colonel Wrote: I solved your challenge m8: http://www.wolframalpha.com/

"I just don't see why he felt the need to belittle me", I don't see why you act like a special snowflake, I'm waiting to see your "autopwn", kinda in the need for some laughter

For around 3 years of python & hacking knowledge you must be a really slow learner...

Never mind, that was me lying to be cool over a year ago. I feel stupid.
I ain't skilled, I can barely spawn a shell.
Also, the longest thing I coded in Py was a reverse shell and listener so, no your right, I'm not skilled, I know nothing, but I'm trying to learn. I am not however trying to learn by dorking and sqling randoms.
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RE: Beginner Challenge | Quadratic formula Solver #18
(11-22-2013, 12:53 PM)Adorapuff Wrote: Never mind, that was me lying to be cool over a year ago. I feel stupid.
I ain't skilled, I can barely spawn a shell.
Also, the longest thing I coded in Py was a reverse shell and listener so, no your right, I'm not skilled, I know nothing, but I'm trying to learn. I am not however trying to learn by dorking and sqling randoms.

Classic textbook story, not my first time I've encountered your case, 90% of the time I see no improvement, I hope you can prove me wrong. Also, to be fair, there's alot about dorking and SQLi injections that you still don't know...

RE: Beginner Challenge | Quadratic formula Solver #19
(11-22-2013, 10:12 PM)Colonel Wrote: Classic textbook story, not my first time I've encountered your case, 90% of the time I see no improvement, I hope you can prove me wrong. Also, to be fair, there's alot about dorking and SQLi injections that you still don't know...
The classic story goes more along the lines of "I am anonymous. I will DDDos you, I wll hx u. Especkt me." But still, the difference between me and a classic skid is that I'm learning. A skid has no interest in coding, finding their own exploits, and would rather use havij for sqli, and loic for dos.
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RE: Beginner Challenge | Quadratic formula Solver #20
Updated solution which only prints either 1 or 2 solution depending on the number of sol. Before it would print the same solution twice if their was only 1.

Code:
```import math a = int(raw_input('Please input a: ')) b = int(raw_input('Please input b: ')) c = int(raw_input('Please input c: ')) d = b**2-4*a*c e = str((b*-1+d)/(2*a)) f = str((b*-1-d)/(2*a)) if e == f:     print e else:     print e + ", " + f```
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