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Old 30/05/2018, 07:24 AM   #61
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5- You used ~17MB stack/heap of memory!
2018 dude 2018

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6- SQL queries/tables/fields are hard-coded.
That's how it should be it's not "hard-coded" it's called normalization.

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7- You could simply use one "format" or "memcpy" instead of too many "strcat" for long strings.
don't use format to concatenate long strings using strcat is better as format loads larger string to memory on each join
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Old 30/05/2018, 08:20 AM   #62
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That's how it should be it's not "hard-coded" it's called normalization.
SQL normalization? man, is this a new term?
Or you mean Database normalization? because I'm talking about the Query STRINGs

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don't use format to concatenate long strings using strcat is better as format loads larger string to memory on each join
Using more than 5x-10x "strcat" in one place is better than using 1x "format" or "memcpy"?
You got it wrong...

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Old 30/05/2018, 09:53 AM   #63
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SQL normalization? is this a new term?
Or you mean Database normalization? because I'm talking about the Query STRINGs


Using more than 5x-10x "strcat" in one place is better than using 1x "format" or "memcpy"?
You got it wrong...
Where did he said " SQL" normalization??
And using format to concatenate larger string is slower than strcat
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Old 30/05/2018, 09:57 AM   #64
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SQL normalization?
Wtf is SQL normalization lol?..obviously i meant database normalization

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Using more than 5x-10x "strcat" in one place is better than using 1x "format" or "memcpy"?
You got it wrong...
using format on concatenating "large" string is slower you can do a test by yourself and i didn't mention memcpy did I ?
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Old 30/05/2018, 10:01 AM   #65
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7- SQL queries/tables/fields are hard-coded.
queries/tables/fields are hard-coded? what the hell you mean by that? and there is no thing like SQL normalization lmao
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Old 30/05/2018, 11:17 AM   #66
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Where did he said " SQL" normalization??
And using format to concatenate larger string is slower than strcat
Here, when I said "SQL queries/tables/fields are hard-coded."
So he called them [SQL] normalization
Anyway, dont spam... stay away.

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Wtf is SQL normalization lol?..obviously i meant database normalization
using format on concatenating "large" string is slower you can do a test by yourself and i didn't mention memcpy did I ?
lol Database? did I even used "database" word in my feedback? where I said that?

You guys dont know even diffr between SQL query, string and Database... srsly stop chitchat.
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Old 30/05/2018, 12:00 PM   #67
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Here, when I said "SQL queries/tables/fields are hard-coded."
So he called them [SQL] normalization
Anyway, dont spam... stay away.


lol Database? did I even used "database" word in my feedback? where I said that?
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LMAO stop twisting fact. Made my day xD
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Old 30/05/2018, 12:11 PM   #68
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Here, when I said "SQL queries/tables/fields are hard-coded."
So he called them [SQL] normalization
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what ?? lmao are you serious?? it will take less than common sense to comprehend what he said lol
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Old 31/05/2018, 05:48 PM   #69
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hey, anyone know maybe why the server host cant turn on with this script?
have any block in the script?
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Old 22/06/2018, 08:26 AM   #70
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Can you give a link of plugins which are needed for COD MW3 Gamemode
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