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Announcements / Fight Hunger-Walk the World
« on: April 30, 2005, 08:11:49 PM »
Assalaam Alaykum,
It has been a long time since I've been here. Hope kowa lafiya lau.

Well I just stop by to tell you all about the fund raising event organized by the World Food Programme and TNT that will be held around the world on the 12th of June. It is a fund raiser event and awareness at the same time. This even is to help feed people in a less fortunate country.

If you want to participate please click on the link below and find an event in your area. I saw there will be one in Lagos. Nevertheless, even if there is no event in your area, you can coordinate one.
http://www.fighthunger.org

Help others, and insha Allah, Allah will help you.

Thank you.

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Science and Technology / HELPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP
« on: November 16, 2004, 08:20:52 PM »
:cry:  :cry:  :cry:  :cry:
Plzzzzzzzzzzzz my people, someone help me out here.

I have this VB .Net project on Stack,Queue and Linked List and I have NULL clue on how to do it.

So plz if ANYONE out there knows ANYTHING about these classes, plz holla at ur sista (who is desperate  :cry: )...Thank you

Note:

Stack adds/gets element to and from the front
Queue adds elements to the rear and removes from the front
Linked List do both (Stack and Queue)

and all the classes have methods to do the stuff. My instructor decided not to teach us this topic but THEN decided TO GIVE it to us as a PROJECT (worth 20% but now 15%).........so plz help me out.

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chit-chat / How was ur eid day?
« on: November 14, 2004, 08:22:51 PM »
Salaam Alaykum

First of all eid mubarak to all...Allah Ya mai maita mana...Ameen.

To 'yan uwa...Allah Ya kaimu, shekara ta kaimu. Bikin sallah ya zagayo (again)...so come join the K-online family and share with us how you spent your eid day

Well as for me...

didn't wake up til around 1 pm coz was up late. Prayed zuhr and then went down to the kitchen na dora tukunyar tuwo da miya. Nayi tuwo da miyan taushe, zobo drink, cake, and one of my cousins did meat pie while the other tayi peppered chicken  :lol: . Anyways...we were still in the kitchen till around maghrib...ate...got dressed...took some pictures to remember my last eid at Uni (insha Allah).

Later on I went out with my small aunt to catch a movie (shark tale).

That was how I spent my eid day. And I thank Allah I got to see this day...Allah Ya amsa ibadar mu...Allah kuma Ya nuna ma masu zuwa nan gaba...Ameen

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Science and Technology / VB .Net
« on: November 11, 2004, 04:45:43 PM »
Here is a simple program that asks the user for 5 numbers then display the numbers in the first column, display the numbers in reverse in the second column, and display the average in the 3rd column.

Option Strict On
Module Module1
   
    Sub Main()
        Dim nums(4, 2) As Integer, i As Integer, j As Integer, k As Integer, Avg As Double, l As Integer
        Console.WriteLine("Please enter 5 numbers")

        For i = 0 To 4
            nums(i, 0) = CInt(Console.ReadLine())
        Next i
        Console.WriteLine("Stop")

        For j = 0 To 4
            nums(j, 1) = nums((4 - j), 0)
        Next

        For k = 0 To 4
            Avg = (nums(k, 0) + nums(k, 1)) / 2
            nums(k, 2) = CInt(Avg)
        Next

        For l = 0 To 4
            Console.WriteLine(nums(l, 0) & " " & nums(l, 1) & " " & nums(l, 2))
        Next

        Console.ReadLine()
       
    End Sub

End Module

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Cooking Forum / Dan waken flour with minced meat
« on: September 11, 2004, 06:41:43 PM »
You need:

Flour
Minced meat
capsicum (tattasai)
tomato
onion
salt
maggi
and oil

First blend kayan miya (the capsicum, tomato, and onion). Mix the minced meat with salt, maggi, and hot pepper (optional). Make the meat into balls (like meat balls - small) and then fry it. Then fry the kayan miya in the same oil.

Sai a saka kayan miyan a tukunya and add boiling water to it (makes cooking easier). Now mix the flour with water and a bit salt (don't make it too thick). Add the meat to the fried kayan miya and idan ya tafasa then start putting the flour mix (make balls out of it). Add maggi, salt, and spices (if you desire). Leave it to cook well. That's it! Sai ci kuma

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Cooking Forum / Alala
« on: August 29, 2004, 08:22:29 AM »
You need:
Beans
capsicum (red)
onions
salt
maggi
curry(if you want)
hot chilli (if you want)
Meat (Tuna/corned beef/minced meat (your choice))
Egg (if you want)
Palm Oil

Soak beans (till soft)...remove the black thing and wash well. Then blend the beans with the capsicum, chilli and onions.  Pour it into a bowl and add maggi, curry, salt, meat, egg (boil the eggs and then slice), and palm oil. don't make the mixture too thick. Pour the mixture into cans or bags (the normal clear ones) or u can use foil paper and then wrap cling film over it to hold it in place. Steam it or put it in hot water ( your call). But I'll say steam it...coz that way the water will not spoil your thingy.  :)

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Cooking Forum / Sinasir na Shinkafa
« on: August 29, 2004, 08:07:56 AM »
You need:
rice (basmati will be a good option)
yeast
sugar
salt
potash (kanwa)
oil

Soak the rice overnight (or until it is soft) then blend it (u can use blender) or spread it out to dry and then grind it. Add yeast (not much) to the rice (mix with water (make a paste - no too thick) if u r using the drying method else just add the yeast). If it is too thick add more water. Then add salt, sugar, and the potash (to your liking). Cover it and leave it to rise (you'll see bubbles  :lol: ).

Use frying pan to fry the sinasir; put some oil in the frying pan (use a brush - not tooth brush (lol)) and then add the mixture (use cooking spoon)

shikenan sai ci kuma   :D  - eat with miyan ganye or Honey( tastes good  :lol: )

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Health Matters / Aloe Vera
« on: August 10, 2004, 09:59:07 AM »
Aloe, native to Africa, is also known as "lily of the desert", the "plant of immortality", and the "medicine plant". The name was derived from the Arabic alloeh meaning "bitter" because of the bitter liquid found in the leaves. In 1500 B.C. Egyptians recorded use of the herbal plant in treating burns, infections and parasites.
There are over 500 species of aloe growing in climates worldwide. Ancient Greeks, Arabs and Spaniards have used the plant throughout the millennia. African hunters still rub the gel on their bodies to reduce perspiration and their scent.

Extensive research since the 1930's has shown that the clear gel has a dramatic ability to heal wounds, ulcers and burns by putting a protective coating on the affected areas and speeding up the healing rate.

The plant is about 96% water. The rest of it contains active ingredients including essential oil, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, enzymes and glycoproteins. Modern healers have used it since the 1930's. Many liquid health treatments are made, some combining aloe juice with other plants and herbs. The juice is soothing to digestive tract irritations, such as colitis and peptic ulcers.

As a food supplement, aloe is said to facilitate digestion, aid in blood and lymphatic circulation, as well as kidney, liver and gall bladder functions.

Aloe contains at least three anti-inflammatory fatty acids that are helpful for the stomach, small intestine and colon. It naturally alkalizes digestive juices to prevent overacidity - a common cause of indigestion. It helps cleanse the digestive tract by exerting a soothing, balancing effect.

A newly discovered compound in aloe, acemannan, is currently being studied for its ability to strengthen the bodies natural resistance. Studies have shown acemannan to boost T-lymphocyte cells that aid the immune system.

Those wise to the ways of aloe healing keep this plant in the kitchen. When the leaf is broken, its gel is placed on burns to relieve pain and prevent blisters. Aloe may reduce inflammation, decrease swelling and redness, and accelerate wound healing.

Aloe can aid in keeping the skin supple, and has been used in the control of acne and eczema. It can relieve itching due to insect bites and allergies. Aloe's healing power come from increasing the availability of oxygen to the skin, and by increasing the synthesis and strength of tissue.

Part Used: Aloe vera "extract" is made by pulverizing the whole leaves of the plant. Aloe juice is made from the inner leaf.

Common Use: Aloe supplements can be used for peptic ulcers and for gastro-intestinal health. Aloe has a moisturizing effect on the skin and is a common remedy for sunburn and skin irritation. Often used direct form the flowerpot in the treatment of minor burns and wounds. To make a salve; remove the thin outer skin and process the leaves in a blender, add 500 units of vitamin C powder to each cup and store in refrigerator.

Care: Keep in sandy soil that is well drained. Potted plants need filtered sun or full shade.


Source: http://www.kcweb.com/herb/aloevera.htm

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chit-chat / Nigerian Airways
« on: November 20, 2002, 08:54:11 PM »
OK OK lets get the tension down...read the thingy below, quite funny... ;D



Welcome to Nigeria AirWaste!

Good morning, Ladies and Gentlemen.  This is your captain welcoming you on board of Nigeria Airways.

We apologize for the four-day delay in taking off, it was due to bad weather and some overtime I had to put in at the bakery.

This is flight 126 to Lagos. Landing in Lagos is not guaranteed, but we will end up somewhere in the South. If luck is in our favour, we may even be landing on your village!

Nigeria Airways has an excellent safety-record. In fact our safety standards are so high that even terrorists are afraid to fly with us!

It is with pleasure, I announce that starting this year over 50% of our passengers have reached their destination.

If our engines are too noisy for you, on passenger request, we can arrange to turn them off!.

To make your free fall to earth pleasant and memorable, we serve complimentary Bongo tea and Okin biscuits!

For our not-so-religious passengers, we are the only airline who can help you find out if there really is a God!

We regret to inform you, that today's in-flight movie will not be shown as we forgot to record it from the television. But for our movie buffs, we will be flying right next to Air Barka, where their movie will be visible from the right side of the cabin window.

There is no smoking allowed in this airplane. Any smoke you see in the cabin is only the early warning system on the engines telling us to slow down!

In order to catch important landmarks, we try to fly as close as possible for the best view. If, however, we go a little too close, do let us know. Our enthusiastic co-pilot sometimes flies right through the landmark!

Kindly be seated, keep your seat in an upright position for take-off and fasten your set-belt. For those of you who can't find a seat-belt, kindly fasten your own belt to the arm of your seat ... and for those of you who can't find a seat, do not hesitate to get in touch with a stewardess who will explain how to fasten yourself to your suitcase.

ENJOY Nigeria Airways!

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chit-chat / Happy New Year!!!
« on: March 04, 2003, 12:22:37 PM »
Yeah!!! Happy New Year...some of u might be thinking "huh? happy new yr? what's with this gel?" well yes it is New year! The New year we shud all be aware of and not the malam bature's one! Yes!! I repeat (hehehe) Happy ISLAMIC NEW YEAR!... ;D

Today is 1st Muharram and ya'all shud have know...never mind me woo... me ma sef I don't forget till like few days back when I heard wai we have no classes on Tues...I was like huh? what's with Tues? and I was told ay Islamic new year ne! sai naji kunya  :-[...

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chit-chat / Cigiya 'yan uwa
« on: January 31, 2003, 11:14:36 PM »
Uhm... ko kun lura kuwa Ice bata forum dinnan? Naji kwana biyu bata cewa komai... ko dai ta sake suna ne bamu da labari? Anyone here who knows about her whereabouts? A taimaka idan sani...


Don't worry about Fulanicious, tana lafiya and will resume soon insha Allah....

Yeah who else is missing errr D-Soks... long time (huh) where is he? Anyway... duk wanda ya samu labari akan wadannan bayin Allah, ya kai rahoto ofishin Mins. Of Wom. affairs (MO) or his assistant (Maleeq? is that u) ;D an gode ...  8)

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Member Poetry / Lament of the Qur'an
« on: October 20, 2002, 11:11:56 AM »
As an ornament do they adorn me,
Yet they keep me and sometimes kiss me.
In their celebrations they recite me,
In disputes they swear by me,
On shelves do they securely keep me
Till another celebration or dispute,
When they need me.

Yes, they read me and memorize me,
Yet only an ornament am I..
My message lies neglected,
My treasure untouched,
The field lies bare, where blossomed once true glory.
Wrong is the treatment I receive
So much to give I, but none is there to perceive.

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Member Poetry / My Sisters in Islam
« on: October 20, 2002, 11:15:38 AM »
No longer shackled by the oppression
of miniskirts and see-thru shirts,
my sisters stand proud.
Covered by cloth and more so by conviction
submission to Allah, they stand apart from the crowd.
The taunts, the jeers, the stares, the leers
Never fazing or dissuading them from following the deen.
Real women they be, the epitome of femininity
strong, secure, complete human beings.
Not slaves to the world of fashion
which is always askin'
for women to dress in as less as they can.
Their hijab is for the sake of Allah
in imaan and taqwa
they refuse to be objectified by man.
Such are my sisters in Islam.

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Member Poetry / Funny isn't it?
« on: October 20, 2002, 11:14:18 AM »
Funny how $10 looks so big when we take it to masjid and so small when we take it to the store.


 Funny how big an hour serving God looks and how small 60 mintues are when spent playing golf, fishing or playing soccer.


 Funny how laborious it is to read a juzz in the Quran and how
 easy it is to read - 2-300 pages of a best selling novel.


 Funny how we believe what newspapers say but question what the
 Quran says.


 Funny how we can't think of anything to say when we pray and don't
 have any difficulty thinking of things to talk to a friend.


 Funny how we need 2-3 weeks to fit an islamic event into our
 schedule, but can adjust it for a social event at the last moment.


 Funny isn't it?

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Member Poetry / Last Breath
« on: October 20, 2002, 11:25:55 AM »
From those around I hear a Cry,
A muffled sob, a Hopeless sigh,
I hear their footsteps leaving slow,
And then I know my soul must Fly!

A chilly wind begins to blow,
Within my soul, from Head to Toe,
And then, Last Breath escapes my lips,
It's Time to leave.And I must Go!

So, it is True (But it's too Late)
They said: Each soul has its Given Date,
When it must leave its body's core,
And meet with its Eternal Fate.

Oh GOD! Oh GOD! I cannot see!
My eyes are Blind! Am I still Me?!
Or has my soul been led astray,
And forced to pay a Priceless Fee?!

Alas to Dust we all return,
Some shall rejoice, while others burn,
If only I knew that before
The line grew short, and came my Turn!

And now, as beneath the sod
They lay me (with my record flawed),
They cry, not knowing I cry worse,
For, they go home, I face my God!

Oh mark the words that I do say,
Who knows? Tomorrow could be your Day,
At last, it comes to Heaven or Hell
Decide which now, Do NOT delay!

Pray!

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