It only makes a sound if it is in a forest with no one around
I can't explain why you would have such an erroneous conception of what's going on.
Assuming they don't patch the kernel and go 64 bits. That gets them to HDOTU before the next rollover.
No, as opposed to just "radical". "Terrorist" is the modifier. "These radicals who've become terrorists" and not, "These terrorists who've become radical".
In case you haven't noticed, not every terrorist and terrorist-wannabe is a genius.
Bitch, please. Muslim terrorists build bombs out of pressure cookers. These Jewish terrorists wanted to build a fucking death ray.
Properties as they are now in C# are a great idea - you don't need a private member variable backing them. They're now just member variables with the option to have different access control for reading an writing (e.g., public get, private set) and the option to hook in some code on get or set on those rare occasions when you need to. It just needs to evolve a bit further now to eliminate the distinction between members and properties and we're set.
That way you'll be as safe as you can be - because you'll only be using modules you aren't actually capable of writing yourself.
Because one set of eyes always catches more bugs than thousands?
Just use Foo:Bar qw(enBlob unBlob) to limit your surface.
This is the natural consequence of the recent finding that there was running water on Mars, which gives a strong clue that there's still lots of it around. Anybody who reads sci-fi knows that water is like the oil of the solar system, so it's only natural that the USG will want to occupy the land.
I wouldn't stoop to calling you any kind of children, even 'tho you were first to resort to name calling.
Around January 19, 2038, they will have either made some changes or changes will be made.
But that's a long time from now.
What makes you think it's a game?
Reality isn't on your side, so you have to resort to name calling. Proves you're human.
that DOESN'T stick.
Verizon in this case is the physical plant provider, and, contrary to every notion about how markets work, governments enforce monopolies there. We have hundred-year-old cronyism still dragging us down today. Statists are then shocked to find the providers aren't competing on service quality when they have no competition.
In the not-too-distant future we'll have a majority of people happy to have both DSL and CableTV-derived pure-IP networks available to them and they'll still be arguing in support of 'natural monopolies' via whichever provider they can choose from that gives them the best service at the best price.