Sorry, you're right. I mistook a proxy written in nodejs by one of our programmers for a standard library for nodejs.
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"But it does what php can’t: a nodejs application is its own server and runs continuously"
Not true. Because PHP has wrappers to all the underlying C-functions you need to create a socket server. See socket_ functions.
Also, you can fork new processes with the pctnl_ functions and have IPC with the shmop_ functions.
Using this functionality you could build a more advanced webserver than node.js which, btw, has some terrible bugs in its socket reading algorithms.
Not only do we have basic academic knowlegde, we should have basic common sense.
Like: 5 minutes of pressing some buttons on a calculator using totally speculative numbers and probably not taking into account even half of the factors that actually come into the equation does not make a scientific study.
So please pipe down a bit, Taco Cowboy, and have some respect for those who are making serious studies on the subject by not assuming you can refute years of combined research in 5 minutes. Thanks!
You know, when accents on characters show up weird in the browser and you dig deeper and deeper to discover UTF-8 characters in the Latin-1 encoded database, but aren't sure your database client is showing the data in correct encoding and the dump you openend in the editor looks even weirder because it's trying to read the stuff in UTF-16 which the terminal the editor is running in doesn't support etc etc etc.
Really very frustrating to debug character encoding issues.
Moreover, who says they even check if the age > 18 years for Italians nationals when registering? That would be a nice start, just not allowing anyone to register with a given birthdate 18 years.
Also, depending on the climate where you live, you might consider a few solar cells. Freezers don't have a high peak power usage and if it's warm it's generally sunny too. Even if it's overcast the cells will still generate power, albeit not much. This should allow your freezer to cool down at daytime enough to stay at a reasonable temperature at night.
Seems some people are already doing this with good results:
Have any of you guys heard of solar panels? Wind mill maybe?
MIght not run an airco (although my setup will on a sunny day) but should keep you up and running with bare necessities, especially if you install a few battery packs.
You sound like you need some vacation. Seriously.
Mom is having her period, don't mind her.
Eh pardon yes it's an
Too lazy to follow the link?
It's a virtual machine, works perfectly fine on VirtualBox and thus on Linux and OSx.
Yes that is all they have to do and surprise, surprise, they do it:
"West Virginia Homeland Security chief Jimmy Gianato, who's leading the state broadband project"
Forgive me my ignorance, but why is the chief of Homeland Security leading a broadband project? Isn't that kind of
Makes one wonder what the exact relation between homeland security and broadband is
North Korea is not like a child, it's like a watchdog on a chain, guarding China's backyard.
If you don't understand that China is sending a 'get off my lawn' message to the US via the North Korean leadership, you're missing the point.
There are many articles on this, and laying the timing of all these NK threats and actions next to important events in the SE Asian sphere paints a pretty clear picture. E.g. this nuclear test is probably a reaction to the large joint SK-US military exercise going on.
First starting point I found:
No different from two or more switches controlling one socket.