I had a professor in college by the name of Alsup. He was the head of the Black Student Union and got kicked out of campus for suspicious business with their funds.
You really think there's *enough* silver for these guys?!
To say that the world was in "6 years of hell thanks to the Nazis" is a rather narrow-minded viewpoint. The Nazis were a problem long before 1939.
How do we convince bad people that their viewpoints are bad if they can't legally tell us what they are?
What do you mean, you can't declare war on nouns? War on Nazi Germany, AKA World War II...and, y'know, basically 90% of all other wars fought in history...
An idea is a subtype of noun. Person, place, thing, idea.
Somebody should implement a Piet fingerpainting interface for all those touchscreens. That would show 'em!
Sure, as long as you plug in a keyboard and mouse, put the tablet on a stand, overclock the bejeezus out of it and aim a giant fan at the back to keep it cooled...
Hmm. It kinda looks like a desktop now.
I would call desktop computers the one part of the consumer industry that *isn't* a niche...debatably including laptops in that. Smartphones and tablets are subsets of functionality; desktops do everything but make calls.
The course was specifically x86 assembly, so yeah, I concede your point.
Well, the first line says that 'cdecl' stands for 'c declaration'...so calling a pig a pig...
Anyway, when I took an assembly course a couple years back, we referred to passing on the stack as "the C calling convention," so I suppose I'm probably overgeneralizing. Obviously you have to be careful when passing by register though, as many ops destroy register values so you can't expect them to retain their starting value when you return, unless you manually restore them inside the subroutine. I suppose that's a general observation of anything you do in assembly, though.
Am I just hallucinating, or are there actually 2 separate styles of microUSB plugs out there? I swear the plugs used to be trapezoidal, whereas ubiquitous cell phone microUSB ports lately are more rectangular.
index, indices; matrix, matrices; syntax, syntices?
Hmm...Firefox spellcheck says no. But there are lots of things I don't trust spellcheck about.
...tools like Swig make even...
This whole problem sounds like it would be eased somewhat by a few large swigs
Doesn't this count?