He doesn't, he just said he pays for netflix and hulu+.
-1, but ironically.
here is the link to aichess4k site http://ulf.ofahrt.de/aichess4k...
"aichess4k implements all chess rules and tops it off
with an ai that casual players find difficult to beat."
and a graphical board from the screenshots
there was a 4KB Java games contest some years http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki...
one of the winning entries was a chess game. May be interesting to check.
Waves isn't a physical thing that propagate over the seas.
A wave denier!
I don't believe those exist.
Dark star was a bomb!
seriously, mod parent up +10
It seems to me that judges should be ruling based on the law, not perceived ancillary social influences.
The supreme court is different. They're supposed to look at issues and decide if this is how our country was supposed to work.
Only to the extent that "how our country was supposed to work" shows up in the Constitution.
In other words, either: (1) your comment was implicitly limited to applying the overriding Constitutional laws to the laws passed by the Legislature (thus you turn out to be agreeing with the grandparent), or (2) you did intend your comment to apply more broadly, in which case (AFAICS) you're mistaken.
If you meant it broadly, what's your basis for saying they're supposed to "decide if this is how our country was supposed to work" in areas where they're not applying the Constitution (or possibly common law)?
"Likewise, you could stream a game from a Windows PC to an OS X machine, or vice versa."
Unfortunately, the vice versa part isn't quite there yet, only Windows PCs can be the host OS at the moment. Valve do intend to patch in host functionality on Linux and OS X eventually though.
I was with you all the way until your use of the word "baka".
really? I didn't know that. Care to elaborate and give some examples of Argentine false scientific discoveries? because I'm from Argentina and know nothing about it.
Link to Original Source
I tried the previous versions but the c/c++ Support was still incubating and could not support library interdependence. I think that was fixed in the later releases but haven't had time to check.
building with external libraries is a pain in c++ compared to java.
in the context of an apocalyptic event... you take any farming that you can. you get fancy then you probably discover you don't have the resources or knowledge to make it work.
just watch how well farming in the walking dead goes.
unless a nuclear winter hides the sun for hundreds of years.
welcome to quantum physics. you are not supposed to understand them.