the new math: old battle of the lovees was: PDP1 3599
the new math: old battle of the lovees was: PDP1 3601
There is something in people's minds that react to functional languages. I have tried to push collegues in the direction of more functional programming in several programming projects...
Sure. I've got no problems with their compiler thinking. One does not apply it to OS. I have rabid problems with people who advocate one size (one OS or one compiler) fits all. It does not; it never will; I wish people would stop smoking this dope.
I never watched real graphics people do real graphics work. Do you think as what was described or do reduce everything to raster linearity. To me (who doesn't know much) this is really 1D that moving.
I want to be able to point a HUMAN being to an index that is in a human-readable format. Once upon a time, a long time ago, when libraries used paper for card cataloges and books, pointers used to be in human readable formats. By changing the subject with each post, you ensure nobody can browse.
For a long time I had decided that physics wasn't a science. We were taught by the teacher asking a question and us answering by multiple choice. Each question had an a b or c answer. IIRC, we got to do one lab that lasted all of 15 minutes.
no way in hell you'll ever reproduce that bug.
the new math: old battle of the lovees was: PDP1 3600
We agree on that. It's the structure of natural languages. One will always find exceptions. During the OS wars for Unix in the 80s...
I think a clbuttic example might have beenRCC's Irma bit.
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