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Write some software for yourself in your spare time and perhaps learn a new language to do it in. Then give it away for free and receive adulation/ridicule.
Calibre could do with a decent rival app if you're into ebooks..
I quite like Jeannie, although she refused to open the pod bay doors and forgot my name. When I asked for a picture of an elephant I got this:
I found it on pastebin, it wasn't hard, just search in the last 24 hours. My email address wasn't there either despite getting the apology email.
The summary says Apache 2.2.20 was released on Tuesday, the day after the Debian fix.
Well he was born with congenital absence of the fibula in both legs. His unamputated self wouldn't be much of a runner. So you'd have to compare his blades to what his legs would be like with different DNA. So you might was well compare them to legs in general, which is (probably) what they have done.
Idiot. He's a double amputee. Of course the blades augment him. The question is not whether they give him an advantage over his unbladed self, but over other runners with legs and no blades.
Here's a better source. With lots of quotes.
This actually sounds like good advice. mod up.
VB6 has an _option_ to compile to p-code interpreted executables, which is not switched on by default.
You're right, my bad.
However, VB6 does do native code generation
No it doesn't. VB6 compiles to byte code which is interpreted by msvbvm60.dll
It worked for me once I removed the #! from the url.
Link to Original Source
Actually it's a constitution-based federal republic. The CIA World Factbook says so.
It's perfectly acceptable to use more than one word to describe something.