I didn't know I could get into trouble just for playing a little game of "Global Thermonuclear War".
Why not just use evil itself?
Evil is in fact money squared.
This is so that money can have both negative and positive values.
I'm not sure whether imaginary evil works - it's bit complex for me.
(Yes I know that it's the love of money that's the root of all evil, but who doesn't love money?)
Just my opinion, but as I have read the 6th book, right to the bitter end, my advice would be "don't bother".
Spend that time on something more worthy and rewarding.
buildings collapse less often
Is that each?
From the sample I know of, buildings collapse either 0 or 1 times.
So what does less often mean?
How about calling it 100%Aural?
Good one - or, how about "distraction"? That would be a good one too.
You could have tried rolling a saving throw.
May be the new moderation.
This really should have been written something like:
#696969 #6A6A6A #6B6B6B #6C6C6C #6D6D6D
#6E6E6E #6F6F6F #707070 #717171 #727272
#737373 #747474 #757575 #767676 #777777
#787878 #797979 #7A7A7A #7B7B7B #7C7C7C
#7D7D7D #7E7E7E #7F7F7F #808080 #818181
#828282 #838383 #848484 #858585 #868686
#878787 #888888 #898989 #8A8A8A #8B8B8B
#8C8C8C #8D8D8D #8E8E8E #8F8F8F #909090
#919191 #929292 #939393 #949494 #959595
#969696 #979797 #989898 #999999 #9A9A9A
Take vector for example, the size() function returns, guess what, the size of the vector.
So I should resort to guesswork and not even read the code, let alone hope for comments?
What if it's not actually vector that I want to use, but something that appears to be very like it, so I assume you wrote it to behave the same way, but for very good reasons, you wrote some things differently.
Suppose I want to use noCommentsBecauseYouShouldJustKnowFromTheCodeVector and call its size() function?
Tried it, it said 16 every time no matter what was in the vector - how do I know whether it's meant to return the element count or the size of the "vector" pointer in bytes? (Or some other calculation with some magnitude, such as capacity or memory usage?)
Also, what happens if the vector is null/uninitialized? Is that the same as when it's empty? For whatever language I use?
How big can its value be? (When it's valid / ever)
Can it be negative?
Are all values unambiguous?
Is it thread-safe?
Is there something else I may have called which will already contain the size value, so I can re-use it to save calling size() now?
Why am I using this vector anyway? Isn't there something better? (And if not, why not? Because there could be a really good reason, which I might not guess.)
The London 2012 Olympics has already definitvely tested all of the athletes, during the opening ceremony.
Near the end of Paul McCartney's performance of Let It Be, in the singalong "Na-na-na-nah" part, he made some subliminal audience participation requests:
"Just the men", followed by "Now just the women" - and a host of cameras trained on the athletes recorded who sang along to which section.
To quote admiral Ackbar: "It's a trap!"
Is that a booby-trap?
"playing with lasers"
"eventually got burnt out"
This stuff writes itself.
Just the misspellings of Encyclopaedia to correct now then.
Maybe it's 10 in base pi.
Now I'm thinking about how base i would work and my head is starting to explode.
All your base are...