Your friends from the establishment
You know so much more about my friends than I do.
It wasn't a question, it was a distraction.
Instant classic. Bravo. Made my weekend.
The Office Space riff is just so much cadmium cojones: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FECIYlo3KRY
Oh this is very easy to explain: it's because the first color Macintosh didn't come out until 1985, and all Macs before that had 512x384 screens.
Well, according to the man page of time(), if the timestamp is negative
Like I said - it can be negative.
Read about it here
Yes I already know that hence pointing out it can be negative.
The thing that bothers me about all of the summaries I've read, is that a timestamp less than zero (which is Jan 1 1970) is still valid - otherwise how would you represent dates before 1970???
I don't know what is going on but a timestamp being merely "less than zero" seems alone to not be a problem, it's how some other part of the system is dealing with this timestamp. Perhaps someone somewhere in the system frameworks shifted from a timestamp (which is really a double internally in iOS) to some kind of large unsigned int?
The reason that every major university maintains a department of mathematics is that it's cheaper than institutionalizing all those people.