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I’ll start

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I'll finish

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>> No.71625682

>tells it to work on it's input before anything else
>tells it to work on it is input before anything else

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>> No.71625686

english is hard to master for thirdworlders desu

>> No.71625715

I am not laughing

>> No.71625780

This the real /g/

>> No.71625785

kek, based

>> No.71625818

Or it could have been posted by an underaged american/anglo faggot still learning his 123s

>> No.71625831

What is up with the Steve Ballmer spam? I've been seeing this for the past couple of weeks now and not only on 4chan, but also on other imageboards and sites. Did I miss something?

>> No.71625863

Pls post meems of Nvidia gwaffix cards god damn exploding

>> No.71625866

microsoft shilling team

>> No.71625876

lol i get it

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>> No.71625935

i kek'd.

>> No.71625945

Fucking Perfect, thank you anons

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After the shitshow that was Windows 8 and now the unmitigated disaster of Windows 10, we're really starting to miss the old idiot.

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Can't believe someone saved my shitpost.

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Fucking KEK

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>> No.71629105

This still makes me giggle to this day

>> No.71629170

I love when a post ends with "am I right"

>> No.71629178

I don't get it? He gave ACK

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>> No.71630798

I mean I'm know next to nothing about networking but wtf are they talking about?

>> No.71630852

Fiber optics use light to transfer information from sender to receiver. However, good luck trying to beam that much data outside of a vacuum over any sort of decent distance with a lot of data loss.

>> No.71630862

also, those new LiFi bullshit technologies might get speeds like this without too much dust in the air.

>> No.71630963

>I know next to nothing about networking
Neither do they

>> No.71632165

no, it's not, it's probably one the easiest languages in the whole world

>> No.71632171

>one of the*
well fuck me

>> No.71632207

anyone here have that moron who cut the gpu ? and someone use them as a keyring

>> No.71632238

this might be a valid response, it depends on the context

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toppest of keks

>> No.71633327

classically stupid, this is cringe not humor

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>> No.71633959

But who was lightbulb

>> No.71634004

have your opened your power supply? how do you know there is no lightbulb in it?

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I remember that

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fresh OC

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Heh, I remember browsing that thread a few days ago. Fresh indeed.

>> No.71636272

this is your brain on linux

>> No.71636584

Every single person who has ever laughed at this image is retarded. This includes all the people in the screencap posting ebin reaction images.
Show me a single digital clock that displays "60" on the seconds.

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The new hotness is

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why sxaro posters are so based? >>71613079

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>> No.71636823

Wait so this is a meta-joke about how people decided to post ebin reaction images laughing at OP and how they're all wrong, OP was right all along, and they're the ones we should be laughing at?

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I think it might be from signal. It's from some program with an autistic privacy fiend owner.

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>> No.71637136

I'm a brainlet, what is the op referring to?

>> No.71637200

Maybe that OP didn't remember whether it was 0:59 or 0:60 because neither of those numbers meant anything to him. They didn't register as being seconds.

>> No.71637206

have sex

>> No.71637288

Thread was made yesterday and still up today, nigger

>> No.71637696

>being baited this easily

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>> No.71638286

anyone got the image with the job application questions and answers?

>> No.71638568

>have sex

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>> No.71638678

Word filter when?

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Your bookmarks and installed programs are more cringeworthy than this based zoomer who can program in powerpoint.

>> No.71638832

anyone saved the arma 2 ghetto steering wheel

>> No.71638914

Engage in coitus.

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>> No.71638988

This happened to me once. It turned out the remote server updated and overwrote the static ip settings for god knows what reason. It was running but we just had to find it using arp scan.

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>> No.71639197

Audibly kek'd at this one

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>> No.71639875

holy fuck

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>> No.71639900

What are zero click searches

>> No.71639931

Probably where you search for something but don't click any results. Makes sense for lots of searches for questions or news where the answer just came up on the results page.

>> No.71639950

I want to nakadashi in Youmu

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>> No.71640018

Makes sense, cheers

>> No.71640064

Or of course you accidentally searched something by mistyping a URL or pasting a random thing instead of a URL.

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This is not funny at all.
Until recently, c and c++ didn't support comparison between floats, thus you had to do all kind of shit to compare them.

>> No.71640152

float x;
if(x < 0) {...
[code]has always worked since the original C.[/code]

>> No.71640164

/g """"humour""

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And what happens when x is smaller than + or - flt_epsilon?

>> No.71640288

wtf why would she put so much mayo on that sandwich

>> No.71640323

Then it is zero, as is expected when you divide something down small enough that it cannot be represented.

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>> No.71640407

He literally calls them "seconds" in the post.

I don't have a microwave to try this on, but either some microwaves do have :60 seconds or his example is wrong or the question is about something else but poorly phrased.

>> No.71640431

The you just said that your solution doesn't behave the same way the code it's supposed to replace.
You see, the sprintf solution will catch the case where everything is in the area around flt_epsilon, because it will blindly convert the sign bit into a minus.

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>> No.71640622

>case where everything is in the area around flt_epsilon
If you're expecting values in this range, you're using the wrong data type. Also you can just do *((unsigned int*)(&myfloat))&0x80000000 to extract the sign bit without the added overhead of sprintf.

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>> No.71640659

Holy fucking kek

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>> No.71640821

It's still faster to beam data point to point through the air than to have it go through a convoluted series of tubes. People in trading use systems like that to get an edge.

>> No.71641096

so good

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>> No.71641183

or just didn't find what you were looking for

>> No.71641193

Binary represented with ascii, makes sense to me.

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>> No.71641263

Wouldn't the compiler optimize this mess the same way as a switch statement or whatever unity has in it's scripting language?

>> No.71641441

>beats everything

>> No.71641458

What about "projecting this much"? Where does that fit in?

>> No.71641486

I don't think most compilers will do efficient switches on strings, but if they do, then yeah, this should optimize to the same (the control flow graph is identical).

The actual problem is that the code is atrocious to read, and probably should be looping over a list of entries read from a data file, instead of this giant list of copy-pasted if/else blocks.

>> No.71641489

almost makes me miss

>> No.71641513

This is cope desu senpai

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Why are you posting the shitty version

>> No.71641617

Ah. Emails from an asshole. Goodshit

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oh cool i made it into the screencap lmao
solid stuff

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>> No.71641694

200IQ right here

>> No.71641700

he didn't want to google it in case he actually does a zero click search

>> No.71641723

Thanks doc

>> No.71642039

>claims that in order for wireless to keep pace with 100G wired we would need a new kind of wireless that travels at the speed of light
>when wireless is radio and microwave which is already light speed
>gets corrected, claims radio waves are EM radiation and more susceptible to interference
>doesn't appear to understand lasers are also EM radiation
>or that they can't pass through most materials
>like walls

>> No.71642084

>when wireless is radio and microwave which is already light speed
Holy shit. I can't believe someone is this stupid
Microwaves are a WAVE and thus travel the speed of WATER. That's why it takes a minute to warm up food in the microwave and not 1 nanosecond
Fucking idiot

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>two periods in the filename
I don't like it.

>> No.71642321

>she needs to join our startup

>> No.71642339

>Why is my zero negative

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PowerPoint is Turing complete you know.

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Really each of the items should inherit from a SuspiciousItem interface that has an WasDiscovered method which can just get called on it.

>> No.71642380

this always baffled me how winshit sneaked even in the specialized niches where it doesn't belong

>> No.71642400

Isn't a Word file just xml files in a container?

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>> No.71642477

who would win?
>some ripoff specialized $5000 unit that plugs into a display and displays pictures
>a $900 pc from anywhere which is running windows plus some $500 ripoff specialized software which displays pictures

>> No.71642527

JEJKd. I bet iJustine has this.

>> No.71642611

>Why is the answer a double?
>Because it needs to store the value taken from two variables
This can't be real.

>> No.71642630

Honestly, having her "join" (haha, obviously not actually do anything) a startup would probably pull in so much VC it would pay for itself, easy. And as we all know, startups are about VC, not actually making anything.

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>> No.71642652

you're wrong here, "it's" implies ownership, and was used correctly, it is you who needs to learn english

>> No.71642661

"its" implies ownership by default the same way "yours" does, and "it's" is only ever meant to be used as a contraction.

>> No.71642666

>what is a grammatical exception

>> No.71642676

the fuck is this?

>> No.71642691

> a raspberry pi

>> No.71642696

i know that, you know that, they buy the first google result for "commercial signage"

>> No.71642718

never seen a steering wheel controller before?

>> No.71642742

Recently i saw yahtzee's game dev series and he did something similar for a random name generator.
Instead of just filling name parts in an array in the part of the game that had to do with character chreation or loading them from an external text file and just doing.
chara_name= namearr[x]
He instead opted for:
if x==55:
if x==56:

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>> No.71642820

People actually believe that microwaves only vibrate water though.
They just quickly alternate magnetic fields and affect ALL polar molecules. The most popular is water.

>> No.71642831

What does VC mean other than version control. I'm dumb.

>> No.71642845

The apostrophe just is short for it is. Ownership has nothing to do with it.

>> No.71642877

Include me in the screencap

>> No.71642910

Venture Capital

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>> No.71642964

Version control is usually abbreviated as VCS (version control system).

>> No.71642978

>Dell Optiplex
Those are the quietest machines, tho. The core 2 ones are getting a little dated for gaymen but you can browse on it just fine.

>> No.71643006

> ok fine buddy believe what you want, oh yeah by the way here’s a less retarded way of doing it

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>what are contractions

>> No.71643037

Docx is a zip file full of xml files

>> No.71643042

That's believable. Printers print serially, so they'll just convert every 8 bits into an ASCII character.

>> No.71643049

It's technically a "container" not a zip (I've been told this multiple times).

>> No.71643072

What the fuck? I am genuinely curious as to how you came about such brazenly wrong information.
> make boneheaded generalization
> get called out
> move goalposts
kek le got em reddit
No shit it breaks down under those conditions; that's a property of floating point representation, not a particuar programming language.

You are the worst type of person and your pepes suck.

>> No.71643265

That presentation is solid gold

>> No.71643317

this, i had an optiplex with a btx mobo, pentium D, and it had a huge 120mm (or so) front cpu fan
you'd press the power button and have to see if the light came on to tell it was even on

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Just making these

God told me to

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>> No.71643592

/have sex/i;boards:4:*;
/rent free/i;boards:4:*;

this should work with 4chanX on the filter->comment section

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>> No.71643689

she has, like one in evey room

>> No.71643706

rent free

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hαvε sεx

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>> No.71643779

Couldn't you use cases in that case?

>> No.71644018

disabled the filter just to respond to you, didn't expect it to, but it does work on these too.
overcome and adapt next time, faggots.

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>Microwaves are a WAVE and thus travel the speed of WATER

>> No.71644212

oh yeah, yum is a piece of shit and accepts SIGHUP which is why I always run it inside screen/tmux
if you add the traditionally buggy RHEL and Fedora packages you get a recipe for disaster - I got some retarded package script in Fedora kill Xorg several times
it can be fixed, but it takes at least an hour and most of it is spent on trying to find a way to trick yum into ignoring the various kinds of broken shit to reinstall it
before you ask, dnf is the same kind of shit, just with a better dependency solving library that's utterly pointless in this context

>> No.71644268

cat /dev/urandom | nc <your printer IP> 9100

>> No.71644269

This is more like the mistakes native speakers make, like mixing up your/you're and than/then

>> No.71644286

i think it can be applied to anyone who learned english by ear rather than just with pen and paper, not just native speakers.

>> No.71644291

i always mess up things/thing's/things'
sometimes i just pick one at random

>> No.71644316

you too. and sex is strictly benis in vagina, so post op tranies cannot have sex because their sexual organs are too mutilated for that

>> No.71644323
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>> No.71644325

from what i remember the rules on that actually change occasionally so that's as good as anything

>> No.71644328

have sex

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>> No.71644366

>John's car
John is car
8888 amazing

>> No.71644376

looks comfy.

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>> No.71644408

Did anyone save the gaming bucket?

>> No.71644440

Thanks docx*

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>> No.71644532

Thanks anon, but it doesn't work with ";boards:4:*;", I just have "/seethe/i"
What does ";boards:4:*;" do?

>> No.71644554

>XXL out of stock

>> No.71644579

t. american OP from that thread

>> No.71644612

Keep digging that hole, kiddo.

>> No.71644667

Excuse me? Are you assuming Johb’s gender?!

>> No.71644684

not the same guy

>> No.71644800

The correct one is διλατε

>> No.71644859
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Why is javascript so ugly.

>> No.71644873

>periods in a filename
who does this?

>> No.71644910

Everything you see on your computer is a representation of binary. Doesn't make your JAVs 'raw binary'.

>> No.71644927

There is nothing ugly about this code except lack of lambdas and the very last line.

>> No.71644934

LiFi is a thing

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>> No.71645003

Then explain what is so ugly, oh the intelligent one.

>> No.71645159

wouldn't it be inverted though? like, you steer counterclockwise but the mouse would register that you've moved it to the left

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Ok this is epic >>>/vg/257791296

>> No.71645909

thanks fren!

>> No.71646111

You could use cases but its a gigantic list with hundreds of names

>> No.71646127

What are you supposed to do then?

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now do this

>> No.71646160

Like i said the part of the game that has to do with the random character creation can load names in an array from a text file or whatever and pick a random number.

>> No.71646207

Ah, yeah, it's random, so you could just go to a random line in a text file.

>> No.71646242

Can someone explain? I don't know much about programming

>> No.71646255

Found the 10IQ anon

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>> No.71646305

Nice one. Also Checked!

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>> No.71646467

yahtzee is a pretty cool guy/writer/critic, but is definately not a programmer , he just uses scripting engines for his games..

>> No.71646472

actually it takes a minute because of time dilation. you need to convert 1 nanosecond from microwave time

>> No.71646483

Don't mess up the order, you don't want the electricity flowing wrong

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>> No.71646524

Skyrim on speed dial. Just in case the Nords need you

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>> No.71646557

Never said otherwise but it was something that was definitely noteworthy

>> No.71646612

Fair enough but if you change the extension from docx to zip windows will happily open it for you and let you see the contents

>> No.71646613

have sOx

>> No.71646625

Hey buddy, non-retard here

It's is always a contraction of it is or it has

Apostrophe s in any other word can imply ownership, but not for it's. Its literally implies ownership.

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>> No.71646644

if microwaves moved at the speed of water then they wouldn't be able to heat up water since the water would be moving at the same speed and they would never catch up

>> No.71646687

Who gnew freedom could be so gnu+sexy.

>> No.71646697

she's just opening folders in a console

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>> No.71646790

neither does she

>> No.71646816

She is failing to open folders in a console

>> No.71647008

Indian accent in every response

>> No.71647086

Vincent Canfield

>> No.71647132

What is this, an year 2004?

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>> No.71647309

how much of this is retard-speak and how much of it is just Dutch? it's hard to tell the two apart.

>> No.71647320

Who hurt you this time?

>> No.71647323
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But who took the picture

>> No.71647329

>"Hahahaha kekekekek'd lmao based based redpilled lmao based and redpilled fbfp /thread based"

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>> No.71647935

13 words (around half) are correctly spelled

>> No.71647952

Won't work

>> No.71648029

is that Google Ultron?

>> No.71648034

Everytime I see Dutch it just looks like a German had a stroke writing English.

>> No.71648364

Viet Cong

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>> No.71648444

>t. senior fizzbuzz developer

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>> No.71648732

>not bitwise
can it get even worse?

>> No.71648803

function is-odd requires is-even.js
return !is-even(n)
function is-even required is-odd.js
return 1is-odd(n)

>> No.71648869

Oh, hi Joe.

>> No.71648985

Lmao does this play fly me to the moon at the end of evangellyman on netflix?

>> No.71649146

Let's keep the balls rolling
new thread >>71649136

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