The "shebang" syntax is the number sign followed by an exclaimation point and is embedded in most UNIX scripting languages to tell the computer what interpreter to use to run the script when the script is executed. This goes on the first line of your script, followed by the path to the program that will run, or interpret, you script, followed by a space and any other options you want to pass to the interpreter, finished by a carriage return. Nothing else can go on this line as seen in the Perl script below:
# My first "Hello World!" script in Perl
print "Hello World!\n";
#!/bin/perl <-- Tells a computer to use the perl executable to run the script to follow.
#!/bin/ksh <-- Tells a computer to use the UNIX ksh (k shell) to run the script to follow.
... and so on...
A street-basketball term used when a player tries his hardest to block a shot but falls short, and eventually hears the "swooosh" of the basketball entering the rim.
Derives from Michael Jordons last name which obviously starts with a J.
When Tyronne tried to gaurd Pookie, he got J'd out his ass.
Skidd is an abbreviated singular version of Script Kiddie.
Skidd is reminiscent of a skid mark in your tighty whities, so shortening Script Kiddie to Skidd is a natural transition, since a Script Kiddie is nothing more than a shitty skid mark on the internet anyway.
But see Script Kiddie for a more indepth definition.
Damn Skidd thinks just because he can download a few scripts and run them that he's a freaking legendary hacker.
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An American slang term for outside consultants who are brought into a business to troubleshoot and solve problems. The term comes from the 1968 book M*A*S*H by Richard Hooker. In the book, the character Hawkeye is described as using the guise of being the pro from Dover to obtain free entrance to golf courses:more...
"Hawkeye would walk confidently into a pro shop, smile, comment upon the nice condition of the course, explain that he was just passing through and that he was Joe, Dave or Jack Somebody, the pro from Dover. This resulted, about eight times out of ten, in an invitation to play for free. If forced into conversation, he became the pro from Dover, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New Jersey, England, Ohio, Delaware, Tennessee, or Dover-Foxcroft, Maine, whichever seemed safest."
Later on in the book, when Hawkeye and fellow surgeon Trapper are called from Korea to Tokyo to perform surgery on a congressman's son, the following exchange takes place:
"'All right,' Trapper said. 'Somebody trot out the latest pictures of this kid with the shell fragment in his chest.'
No one moved.
'Snap it up!' yelled Hawkeye. 'We're the pros from Dover, and the last pictures we saw must be forty-eight hours old by now.'"
The goofy people that hang out in your dorm lobby all day long. Usually smell bad because they don't shower and are proud of that fact. They hog the big screen TV to watch the Star Trek Marathon or Rocky Horror picture show with the sound turned off as they read the script they wrote for it. They sit there for hours playing board games like Dungeons & Dragons or Magic the gathering or some other goofy crap while wearing fairy costumes. They may not even belong to your dorm but take it over anyway and join forces with the dorks that do live in your dorm. They just sit there like idiots as you pelt them with snow balls, super soakers, and rocks. Even after you force them out, the smell is still there. Typically they are CS and chemistry majors.more...
Similar to a script kiddie in principle, except op kiddies run websites (or perhaps more commonly, forums) poorly as opposed to perpetrating hack/crack attempts poorly.more...
Like their script kiddie counterparts, op kiddies are typically young and male, with little grasp of spelling, grammar, common sense or server management. Their sites are normally quite barren activity-wise for several reasons:
a) They don't manage them well enough to attract many (if any) regular members.
b) They are often hacked due to the op kiddie's failure to keep up to date with applicable software patches, or just general naivety when it comes to security. Successful hack attempts can result in total data loss, which isn't likely to make any pre-existing members want to stick around. Of course, the op kiddie won't have made backups at any stage, either, so unlike competent webmasters, they are usually unable to simply restore things to how they were.
c) The idea or theme behind the site is unoriginal or poorly thought out. Quite often, the op kiddie will simply create a "general discussion" forum which in fact has no main theme at all, then advertise it somewhere in a manner along the lines of "comme 2 my genral fourm takl abuot aynthign!!111". Naturally, they will be unaware of the existence of, say, offtopic.com.
d) The op kiddie keeps breaking things on the site and disrupting service to the users, which is a sure-fire way to make people vote...
A talentless actor who, when displaying any type of strong emotion (eg anger) creates a need in the viewer to run away and find a sledge hammer in order to smash the screen and the disk.
One who's employment circumstances on the Harry Potter movies are extremely suspicious.
Daniel Radcliffe: I was with my father who was one of the producer's of the film during the auditions. He was the producer
Me: So... what, does that mean that you only got the job because of your influential parent
DR: What...? No... I... Can you get back to me in a week when I've consulted the script editor on an oh so witty cutting comeback?
Me: uuuhhmmm... ok?