annonce 1

Bandeau publicitaire haut

lundi 13 février 2012

greece riot

Each day will become more and more difficult for greeck people, and the problem is that they want european money but not apply european rulles...

The fact is that if you wont respect rule, we wont give you money...

Here in belgium, in December 2011 they were saying "we now only need 1 000 000 000 € but no probleme...
they've made new law, restrict social help... and taxe more... and this morning they were saying "... in fact we've seen that we need 2 000 000 000€ more"... if they take theses 2M€ from european help for Greece it wouldn't be so bad... 

cause the only diference between belgium and Greece is that here, we are paying our taxes.

dimanche 12 février 2012

sorry for beeing late
i was finishing my codage
for thoses who don't know what i was doing (100% of viewers ?)
here is a short explainig of what i was trying to fix :

mercredi 8 février 2012

i finaly find out....

Today, teacher ask as to code "Heapsort" for tomorrow...
after a lot of research, i've found a lot of logarythme, but no one could be understable, so... after a lot of test, i've finaly made this code, feel free to test at home for thoses who understand this (and could understand my english :D)

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#define N 18

void heap_sort(int tab[], int n);
void paterner (int tab[], int inf, int sup);
void echange (int *t1, int *t2 );

int main()
int tab[18]={17,45,12,22,4,86,64,66,1,43,20,35,8,10,32,25,5,15};
int n=18;
int i;

printf("\nVoici le tableau de depart non trie=>\n");
for (i=0;i<n;i++)


printf("\n\nVoici le tableau trie=>\n");
for (i=0;i<N;i++)

return 0;

void heap_sort(int tab[], int n)
int i,j,cmp=0, nbr, tamere=0;

for (i=n/2-1;i>=0;i--)

printf("\n\nVoici le tas:%d\n",cmp);
for (j=0;j<n;j++)

printf("\n\nVoici le tri:%d\n",tamere);
for (j=0;j<n;j++)

void echange(int *num1, int *num2)
int temp;


void paterner(int tab[],int inf, int sup)
int ipere=inf;
int ifils=(ipere*2)+1;
if (ifils<sup && tab[ifils+1]>tab[ifils])
if (tab[ifils]>tab[ipere])
echange(&tab[ipere], &tab[ifils]);


mardi 7 février 2012

after too much time

after a lot of research on internet i've finaly found some website where i can look television by internet...
but quality is crapy :'(

hope that will not be long time like this :o

but, by this time, i've discover that it's more easy to find brazilian local tv than most watch belgian tv...

if ony of you is french or belgian, or suisse, feel free to share some interesting link :)

lundi 6 février 2012

I'm angry today...
these people with intellectual level of brushing the clouds cut the cable of television distribution
so now I haven't more television,  
but, fortunatly, i still  have internet !
what's wrong with them? 
not able to read a database with "paid for" marked after my name ?!

This is belgium...
AAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH  need television !

jeudi 2 février 2012

i recently heard that my country signed ACTA

i feel so fuc*ed once again...
and not a single news paper talk about this...
In usa, people just become crazy when they see "SOPA"... here, you can talk about ACTA, no one know what it is...

The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA)
is a plurilateral agreement for the purpose of establishing international standards for intellectual property rights enforcement. The agreement aims to establish an international legal framework for targeting counterfeit goods, generic medicines and copyright infringement on the Internet, and would create a new governing body outside existing forums, such as the World Trade Organization, the World Intellectual Property Organization, or the United Nations
The agreement was signed on 1 October 2011 by Australia, Canada, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea and the United States. In January 2012, the European Union and 22 of its member states signed as well, bringing the total number of signatories to 31. After ratification by 6 states, the convention will come into force.

Supporters have described the agreement as a response to "the increase in global trade of counterfeit goods and pirated copyright protected works", while opponents have lambasted it for its potentially adverse effects on fundamental civil and digital rights, including freedom of expression and communication privacy.
Others, such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation, have derided the exclusion of civil society groups, developing countries and the general public from the agreement's negotiation process and have described it as policy laundering.

The signature of the EU and many of its member states resulted in the resignation in protest of the European Parliament's appointed rapporteur, as well as widespread protests across Poland.