The real surprise is why it took so long? 14 years is a heck of a long time to be running large redundant stores. From the parking lot of my local Future Shop, you could literally see the Best Buy store, and neither store was ever busy enough to really justify having two so close together, and I've heard that some were so close as to share a parking lot. It might be different if there were significant differences in the product lines they carried, but as it is it never really made much sense.
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You mean it will reduce the value of everyone's debt.
Poor people can't even open a bank account anymore.
There may exist a theoretical construct that is necessary and isn't itself criminal but I am not convinced that we have an actual example of such at this time.
Bank fraud is not a desirable thing but at the end of the day it's just crooks stealing from crooks currently.
Why does that need to be a legally protected relationship?
Because if it's not protected, the person won't go to confession and the opportunity to talk him out of it is lost.
For the same reason, if the state will not honor the sanctity of confession (or other pastoral relationships) it puts itself in a position of banning religious practices. It just doesn't look much like freedom of religion if they keep hauling clergy off to jail when they behave as their religion insists that they must.
Note that mandatory reporting for doctors is not without controversy and is not frequently enforced. There are also laws that go the other way. For example, some states have laws providing amnesty from various drug and underage drinking laws if it is discovered in relation to calling 911 for a medical emergency.
I'm pointing out that a sufficiently large number of ops will be using the non-trapping versions that it probably makes more sense for the compiler to add a check of the flags in the cases where it would be helpful.
You can't afford Microsoft if you're cash starved anyways, so it's a moot point.
But most of that is on the cloud anyway.
And how, exactly, do you think that data in the cloud is stored?
I found found, it isn't about technical skills, but stupid decisions made from a group think process. While prevalent in all sectors government is the biggest offenders because government culture of "It is the mistakes you make which can hurt you" vs. Private which focuses more on your success. So government spends a lot of its time trying to figure out how many ways something can fail catastrophically, which could hurt their career.
So for this case, I get the impression that they put in a funky system to try to prevent bots from filling out the paperwork, because if they hear that their website allows bots to fill out licenses they could get in trouble. I am guessing they added this near the last minute of the project so the page was designed differently. Causing this complex stupidness.
...but they get our shit to space.
No it is partisan politics.
If Hillary personal email server was really an issue, it would have brought up years ago before the start of the next presedential run.
But because she is a political threat it is a good discression that the republicans can make a fuss about, and this time the media is on their side, because they want access to her personal email. While the media touts government transparency they really want to see if Hillary is on good terms with Bill.
Now if Hillary stunk up the bathroom. The republicans will deny that they would never do that.
Python dodges the question by using long when necessary. A Python long is what C would call a bignum.
Overflow isn't always wrong. Two's complement arithmetic DEPENDS on ignoring an overflow AND underflow to 'just work', for example.
Too bad it's not generally checked for. That's where the tool comes in.