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MKIIPro writes at 1:53:26pm on 7/27/19
rip fission was best friend </3
Gravity Kitten writes at 7:01:05pm on 5/26/19
nerd
ilikexd writes at 11:45:13pm on 8/24/15
hello?
_Zenith_ writes at 9:20:48am on 4/24/15
rip you magnificent fuck
gold stinger writes at 1:22:19am on 4/15/15
rip you magnificent fuck
mrpreggers writes at 8:54:07pm on 4/5/15
Quitting FlashFlashRevolution
Kawaii025 writes at 2:03:09pm on 3/8/15
Is it wrong for me to laugh at your avi?
Celos writes at 6:33:18am on 11/24/14
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Starlight562 writes at 1:07:50am on 11/21/14
You have made the friends forever list.
choof writes at 3:52:29pm on 11/17/14
basically, I want to write a script that will pipe psuedo-random data into a sql database, with the intent to have the script emulate realtime emission data that's generally pulled from a emissions detector
partly so I don't go crazy from phone tag with customers, but mostly so I can become a SME on this proprietary software
this is a pretty good reason as to why using powershell would be beneficial
"The Windows PowerShell language supports more complex logic than Transact-SQL scripts, giving SQL Server administrators the ability to build robust administration scripts. Windows PowerShell scripts can also be used to administer other Microsoft server products. This gives administrators a common scripting language across servers."