I haven't used the others much, but here I must recommend KDevelop for its code browsing capabilities. I have worked on several big C++ projects (mostly small changes, not full-on refactoring), and it really helps you get into the code quickly. It doesn't have much in the way of refactoring tools that I would know of, but it's _great_ for looking at code.
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True, sorry about that, replace B with b everywhere.
So, if I get this right, 80% of the US Americans have at least 25MB/s download. This is not really that bad, I have a fiber connection but only subscribe to 20/20 (for 30eur/month) because it's good enough for pretty much anything. From the complaints I hear on Slashot I thought only Google offered more than something like 5MB/s.
It may compete with discrete GPUs in terms of showing pixels on the screen, but not in terms of keeping your knees warm.
But so does PHP. In this battle, whoever wins, we lose.
To not travel in time, you would have to raise the speed limit to c
Physicist'd that for you.
In the library
Nowadays quietly just means nobody "accidentally" lost one in a bar.
fps and consoles doesnt mix, pick one
Funny enough, this holds for both common gamer definitions of FPS.
But you also need a computer, for school, work, facebook, whatever else, everybody has one nowadays. So the choice is between a $800 computer vs a $400 computer plus $400 console.
Just like Samsung would never stop selling chips and screens to Apple. Oh wait.
(and by its speed, it looks like it runs on a laptop in a mother's basement)
Quite simply, it's less comfortable to wear. Considering how much you spend at work, even minor differences in comfort can be very important and well worth the salary difference.
Even though this is really a non-story, it's still much more interesting than Bitcoin.