No, that's dumb. Electrical appliances don't work without electricity. 2+2=4.
So why don't they focus on training to use the equipment they already have?
see if that fork
Good luck with that...
That still doesn't answer his question.
Yes, you can see that there is a thing that is 1/100th the width of a hair. Can you see what it is? Can you distinguish it from other similarly sized things in close proximity?
I've never once seen a browser do that, and if I did I would stop using it immediately. That's a huge security issue.
Honestly, I'd be OK with another space race. Even if we lose.
Just because he thinks you're an idiot doesn't necessarily mean he disagrees with what you said. Even a broken clock is right once a day, maybe he thinks you were just an idiot who happened to be right?
Makes sense to me - the primary function of the wings is to provide lift "up" - so for a more effective turn you pivot so that the maneuver is always "up" before you execute.
Yes, malloc() would have blown up on occurrence and the problem would have quickly been found and resolved. here's the skinny.
It's not the language that's at fault, it's the attitude that resulted in a gimpy "replacement" for malloc() being used for all platforms because some platforms had a slow malloc() once upon a time.
... likely because everyone thought someone else would have been looking at it.
You still could have... until you posted.
So you're saying you should expect to send your car at a concrete wall at +100mph, and walk away after emerging from the other side of said concrete wall?
You mean like the garage fire where the marshals weren't even sure it had anything to do with the car? Or how about the one where a steel rod was levered into the battery at highway speeds managed to start a fire?
Or how about the one who drove through a CONCRETE FUCKING WALL and caught fire? (oh, and I should mention the driver walked away)
I'm not talking about banter between friends, the friends I was speaking of were observing "randoms" exhibiting the behavior.