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>ponysay "[insert racial slur here]"

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>>85091524
>dropped phone in toilet a year ago
>screen won't turn on, try it for months
>try it today after fucking with it for an hour trying to unlock it with a USB-C keyboard, the screen randomly turns on and works now
I'm not sure why but I'm not complaining. But now I have two phones, what should should I do with it?

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>>84961784
Kinda late but I gave it a shot:
function diagDiff(arr) {
let sum = 0;
for (let i = 0, j = arr.length - 1; i < arr.length >> 1; i++, j--) {
sum += (arr[i][i] + arr[j][j]) - (arr[i][j] + arr[j][i]);
}
return Math.abs(sum);
}

The strange loop condition is there to skip the middle row when the number of rows is odd as it cancels itself out in those cases. We can also skip summing the diagonals and then doing the equation we care about, as that is the same as simply summing the difference on each row (i.e. 1 - 3 + 5 - 5 + 9 - 9 = (1 + 5 + 9) - (3 + 5 + 9)). And since we'll just be inverting the whole process past the middle row we might as well do both at the same time, meaning we're done in a single iteration for 3x3 matrices and smaller.

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>>84823736
>list comprehensions

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post >yfw you didn't get filtered today

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post >yfw you didn't get filtered today

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>>84307292
>>84307318
Good morning, sirs.

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Just picked up the KXXS for $160

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>>84243520
>>84243627
>>84243674
>>84244493
>>84244519
>>84244527
>>84244536
>>84244542
>>84244554
>>84244568
>>84244572
>>84244573
>>84244664
>>84244719
Good morning, sirs.

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I use windows, good thred.

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isn't it fun to ignore stuff such that it both comes and goes without you ever interacting with it

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>>83632808
fp - as always - bp

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>>83591810
epic thanks my man
I might get a oneplus 5 or 6

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>>83410627
Thank you fren.

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>>83100295
I have no clue, the Syncthing docs are pretty thorough, so there might be some info there. If not you could just run two and make one private but it would be more work. Thanks for thinking about a running a public relay :)

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>>83080447
funny AND accurate

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>>82628633
You realise the "shilling" is just funposting for easy replies, right? Look how many (You)s I got in exchange for just one sentence: >>82606144

It's reliable. It's efficient. It's cool. Just like the Brave web browser!

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>>82538698
Thanks friend. The book is based on C++11 so maybe that in that standard they were right associative? That'd still be weird.

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>>82176827
Good advice, no matter what your storage technology.

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>>81837117
Awesome, I'll check it out, thanks fren.

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>>81799189
The motherboard I had been looking at had a flashing feature.
Thanks!

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the jew fears the RAID0 thumb drive farmer

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>>81224725
you know what? for a system like that, fair enough I guess. At least tell me you have some production shit to use a 5950X on?

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>>80873250
Not quite as based as Win2kchads, but you still need a colorimeter to find the pill isn't perfectly red.



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