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Dude, taking something to market is great in many ways but does nothing to fix the significant problems of your country.
I can understand that you found a way to make peace with the slavery of barely making ends meet with a FT job and 2 businesses. One has to live each day, and one must fool oneself as needed.
But you are barely living like an middle-age european peasant. And all the gains in productivity since the middle-ages? Into the pockets of the 1%.
Worse than this, they ship printer software that will stop to ask questions after the installation progress bars are started, making it impossible to perform even that little function unattended. They often ship installers that unpack other installers, several levels deep. All their stupid autodetection schemes fail miserably all the time. JUST LET ME WRITE IN THE STUPID PRINTER IP!
The same people that clapped in glee with the delivery of this and other delicious pizzas should either clap in glee with the delivery of this shitty pizza, or should object to the delivery of ALL pizzas.
I mean IS it? IS it?
You son of a bitch, it's worth looking into, like you would say anything else is worth looking into, so long you keep everyone distracted and NOBODY LOOKS AT WHAT IS BEING LEAKED.
For which you should be grateful! If you ever find yourself designing a system in which security is not a primary objective, you are not qualified to design that system.
What is a code formatter to do when you try to paste code directly after an indented line of python? Any guess can be wrong, and all it CAN do is guess.
You guessed wrong. The indentation in python contains the same information as all your brackets and semicolons, and thus can be used the same way. Not too surprising, coming from someone who's main language choice consideration is how it supports copy and paste.