I think it stands for "work".
But I understand your confusion.
I think it stands for "work".
Hip-shooting indeed... And you managed to get it wrong by 180 degrees.
When you got summer only 3 months a years, YOU DON'T WASTE THEM HACKING. You hang out, drink beer and ogle at the girls in short skirts. Hacking is done indoors. Which means rain and cold and dark (hey, no sunlight glares in the screens!) are perfect conditions. I'm not ashamed to admit, that there can be several days in July that I don't even turn on my computer. And this includes tablets as well as phones.
Incidentally, this explains why "the rest of the world" sneers at Silicon Valley - where it is summer all the time. Which by logic induction proves they never work there (hard, at least). And they still have the audacity, like OP, to brag about ".8 returns on job applications". This prejudice, I'd wager, is the real crux of OP's problems. OP, take a hint. A
Who modded parent up? Californians?
Now, why would I ever pay for Iron Maiden music again? (except for a some somewhat unpopular sense of decency, and Iron Maiden seems to be doing just fine without my "charity")
I am sincerely amazed that there is any money to be made in the music industry these days.
Cutting down the ping from 6.04ms to 4.13ms. How is this not progress?
If I had to launch a nuclear knowing I'd be killing hundreds of thousands of people, I guess my hands would shake pretty badly. Eight zeros would probably be as complex a encryption key I could manage, and I'd probably foul that too by hitting seven or nine zeros.
No, I never qualified for the nuclear troops. Me, I'm just a grunt with an AK-47. I'd probably fare as badly with that one too.
Yes, we know. Its stated right there in TFA.
The shortest path between two points would not be a straight line, but it would go around three sides, twice.
Can't we all just get a long so we wouldn't need this sort of nonsense. *sigh*
That was 9 unrelated words and two synonyms for me.
Guess that makes me a woman or gay, then?
From the license: http://www.menuetos.net/m64l.txt
1) Free for personal and educational use.
2) Contact menuetos.net for commercial use.
3) Redistribution, reverse engineering, disassembly or decompilation
prohibited without permission from the copyright holders.
For an OpenSource OS written in assembly, that 3rd clause is a bit strange.
(yes, yes, I did notice that the 32bit version is more traditionally open-source-licensed...)
like massCannonBall_kg, or distanceToOuthouse_m. It also helps to insist that all units be base units. With floating point, why use _kOhm or _MOhm, when you can just use _Ohm for everything?
Because kOhm is the natural unit, just like kg? Or is that domain specific?
Because arduino does not run python.
And so we come a full circle, just like the Ouroboros.
The R-Pi is a nice and cheap devboard from Broadcom, don't get me wrong. But somehow
Precisely what I tried to say. But do argue, by all means
In the context of "gcc 4.8.2", I find your comment strange. Obviously gcc pushes out bugfix updates to 4.8. Why would they put any though to 4.8 anymore?
Strange - everyone is constantly using the bleeding edge Clang, as a new version is popped out every six months, and nobody is complaining about that (loudly, at least). Just try and file a bug against last year's clang, and the first question asked is "does it work on 3.3?". If it does, that bug is closed, with no more thought to it.
If LLVM can (quoting the insert) surpass GCC with this release method, then why should GCC not adapt a more rapid pace to accomodate contemporary fashions in opensource? Adapt or die.
BTW, has anybody else noticed the change in time? Way back when, GPL:ing your compiler was the right thing to do, forcing it to be open source. This way GCC devs knew improvements would be fed back to the main line. But nowdays (I argue), LLVM's more liberal license is giving it an edge in the way industry is taking an interest. LLVM/Clang is becoming the "obvious" choice when developing a custom compiler, as you don't have to contribute your stuff to mainline LLVM.
But the rapid pace of LLVM makes it actually cheaper to do so, due to lesser maintenance costs. Because your custom compiler you sell your clients is certainly not versioned against the current source tree, forcing you to jump through hoops backporting bugfixes from old LLVM snapshots.
This makes LLVM getting the same improvements as GCC would get due to the license issue due to a carrot, not a stick. While still keeping the PHBs happy because of the license.