How to start an internet war in 3 words:
"Console master race"
To my understanding, both. It was light on one half and dark on the other.
My late night Wikipedia binges pay off at last.
This thread is still going on. Huh. I like your perseverance, but if you're not willing to accept rejection, then it's not you're persevering through this, you're just being stubborn.
You want love, right? Say "I want love." Now, take out "I", that's your ego. Now take out "want", that's demand. Now what you have left is "love".
^Yeah ripped that off some Buddhist teachings
Run a full scan with your antivirus programs.
Go to your control panel and then press "Programs" and locate and fishy programs that may show up.
If none of these work, then I'm all out of ideas.
I would do what I always do. Waste my life and watch the hours slip between my fingers. Like I've always been. For years and years. That frown never went away, it never ever went away, for as long as I remembered.
If I'm to die in 24 hours, so be it. Immediate relief from the plague disease I call life.
Apologies for not providing enough context for the question. What I meant to say was, what is the difference between programming a plugin or a mod, or any program otherwise.
You shouldn't encourage players to spew , compile it, and distribute it. If you are going to write a plugin you should know Java, and basic convention.
At level with current mainstream mods and plugins, plugins tend to usually be text-based light server modifications, such as McMMO or guns or admin resources. Since plugins are server side, they can't directly mod the client's game in any way, or else it could cause a few problems.
Mods, however, are client side and can span from entry level to complex, since they are much less limited.
Heavily depending on the concept trying to be grasped, it could potentially be easier to code a plugin than a mod.
To my understanding, a plugin is the term used when describing an independent (meaning the client doesn't need to have a modded client to run the plugin) server side mod. A mod is an umbrella term used for describing any kind of modification to vanilla Minecraft, but is often used to refer to a client side gameplay modification that is often incompatible with non-mod support servers.
I'm talking about the quality of the code. I've heard you can tell when someone has been taught in college and when someone was taught online and that there's a huge difference. I'm not big into coding (system administration), but I always hear my friends complain about self/online taught coders.
You're not wrong, but you're talking about a plugin. And while I agree that self and online taught coders' code is absolutely terrifying to look at and near impossible to debug because it's so messy, you can still sign up for local classes instead of waiting until college and then realizing you're studying in the wrong field.
Hate to break it to you, but if she doesn't like you, you should just stop trying.
It's better to live life knowing than a bunch of "What if?"s. Be glad you know so you're not wasting your time.
If you truly "love" her, you'll respect her decision and opinions and calls to be left alone, and just leave her alone. Love is not about possession, but about appreciation.