Has the latest version of OOXML been submitted to a standards agency?
> When two different fields in different areas of your app accept 0 as a valid entry for legitimate use, its pretty dam easy to run into a divide by 0 condition or even a 0/0 condition.
But why does the algorithm attempt to perform the operation of division with a divisor that can take the value of 0? Its not defined in mathematics.
They're keeping it secret because its trivial to circumvent by wearing a hoody or a mask.
It seems very likely that the prevalence of CCTV has driven the trend over the last 15 years towards hoodies - i.e. jumpers with a hood that may conceal a lot of your face.
The bing toolbar gets bundled with directx or something so hopefully microsoft will be consistent with their policy!
The tax raise can be dealt with in several ways or a combination of all:
1) decrease outgoings (cost of raw materials, cost of staff)
2) decrease outgoings (dividends to shareholders)
3) increase incomings (raise prices).
Where there is a monopoly (or similar types of market failure such as oligopoly) most of the tax raise will be dealt with by 3).
If there is a competitive market then the tax raise will fall somewhat on 1) and 2) as well.
This is one reason that breaking up monopolies is so important.
How does the test distinguish between use and abuse? A certainly level of cocaine usage is arguably not abuse.
If these computers are within a secured network and particularly if they don't have access to the internet, then there isn't any great risk in continuing to use these XP machines.
This move should come as little surprise to anyone. While the main battle in getting net neutrality has been won, the war is far from over. The legislation was only proposed now because the FCC's net neutrality rules were just published in the Federal Register today. In addition to the legislation, a new lawsuit was filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit by USTelecom, a trade group representing ISPs.