Above please find a list of people who commented without reading the original source material. Which is the patent itself, not the completely factually incorrect news article. It is not a patent on wireless charging. It's a patent for a specific way of relaying power through a keyboard to a mouse. In other words, a wireless keyboard and mouse where you don't need to change the batteries. Which is them just shooting their own ridiculously expensive rechargable AA battery business in the foot.
"How do I reach them?" Twitter. "Do they know I'm performing nearby next month?" Twitter. "How can I tell them I have a new album coming out?" Twitter.
No worries, and the flare fired directly at the Earth on the 12th and the Earth will have undoubtedly found someplace else to be in the meantime.
It's not ObjectiveC, nor Objective C. It is Objective-C. Congrats to the two of you who got that right. The rest of you, please don't code in any C-based languages, your lack of attention to details would be disasterous.
Yeah, I was one of them, only Z-80 before 6502. Difference is with assembly you know you're in the danger zone. C looks safe until you're at the bottom of the pit with bamboo stakes coming through your chest. Also, the scope of what we were writing was much narrower. Pong is easy to code, and so is Space Invaders. The structure is straight forward and fits functional programming well. Hello World on an iPhone is more complicated. It's a whopping one line of code, but you have to understand a lot of concepts right off the bat.
For an 11-year old who's learning, I can't imagine C is a good fit. He'll want to spend his time making working code and not chasing crashes. Something safer.
The characters aren't weird enough.
The camera was used to film Star Wars. Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope was made on a computer.
If you believe the data shouldn't be destroyed, have your contracting office send the government contracting officer letter requesting the requirement be deffered until the end of the new contract.
Programmers are not cool. App developers are cool.
Man, you're really bad at snark.
I agree, your post is ignorant. You ignorantly assume that only online authentication systems can impose a delay. But in realty, just about all systems, languages, and OS's have an easy to use delay function and that can easily be added just about anywhere, including in an authentication system. In POSIX C, sleep(60000); will do nicely. Encrypting your hash files is supported and not hard, and also sticking it somewhere other than the default location helps, but there is still such a thing as an incompetent sysadmin. If they can get their modified authentication system running in place of mine, I'm pretty sure I've already lost.
How long would it take if the authentification system limited ot to one attempt per hour?
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