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i did try

int old_step; { chomp; # = zelda is /underattack (by the evil forces) of ///ghetto +array/// switch (who-1) { <your face> } old_step = prev_step20; ///BLOCK_ON_THIS/// tracert <IP> # = die/ am going to ///gamelon/// to aid myself (fail_2.wav) return_value = BLOCK_ON_THIS;

it's been know to work normally, but i got the following error

+++ Out of cheese error! +++ +++ MELON MELON MELON +++ +++ please redo from start +++ +++ Please reboot universe and try again +++

see if it does anything for you. NOTE: For the majority of this, I had no idea what i was talking about

In reply to Re^2: How can I get which Windows domain an IP belongs to? by Anonymous Monk
in thread How can I get which Windows domain an IP belongs to? by Anonymous Monk

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