I have never seen a compiler that does that, and I seriously doubt if is really common.
I'm a bit depressed to find a
I once wrote an overflow check wrong -- I tried to write an `if' that would check whether the preceding operation on signed integers had overflowed. Overflow on signed integers is undefined behavior, so once it happens, it is legal for the program to do anything. "Anything" includes updating the variable with the overflowed value and then skipping the condition check, which is what GCC's output code did.
The jury heard the testimony from all the witnesses. They saw and heard all the evidence. THEN they wanted to punish Toyota. Yes? So what's wrong with that?
The jury's function is not to mete out punishment. It is to determine whether the defendant committed the wrongdoing they are accused of. When a juror expresses desire to punish, it makes me wonder whether the verdict was motivated by epistemologically sound consideration or by that desire.
Maybe the problem then is that the business radio systems are (it would seem from the above) much more expensive than ham gear?
I haven't looked into pricing of business band radios, but it is fairly common for hams to get business radios and modify them for use on amateur bands. I suspect the difference would come out in licensing.
For the 20-meter band, you're looking at an antenna resonant on 20 meters when 32 feet long and operating 32 fee above the ground.
Or you give up on having the perfect antenna and work with one placed lower than you'd like (this is how I've been operating at home).
A statement by the MPAA disputes these claims, arguing that typical users lack the expertise to select a different DNS server and that the Internet must not be allowed to "decay into a lawless Wild West."
Paul Vixie, a coauthor of the paper, elaborates in his blog."
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