Hummm... I think you mean 2800BC
Or civilizations become so afraid of the Great Filter that they decide to commit mass suicide.
Actually, the most logical choice would have been to used mempcy because they already called strlen(name) earlier.
Basically, they are doing the following:
- compute the size required to store 2 pointers (THAT SHOULD BE 3) followed by strlen(name)+1 characters
- check that the buffer is large enough and reallocate it if needed
- store 3 pointers followed by name in the buffer.
In that case, the obvious value for the additionnal size argument passed to memcpy, strlcpy or strncpy is strlen(name)+1 which would not prevent the overflow.
Yes! Probably like Java.
... and send them to Italy
> > Since 1880, Earth’s average surface temperature has warmed by about 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit (0.8 degrees Celsius)
> In over 100 years the average has warmed 8/10's of a single degree.
This is actually a bit more than that because the chosen +0C is the average temperature during the 20th century that was reached around 1950, only 60-70 years ago:
On that graph we are now at +0.8C but in 1910-20 we were around -0.4C so the last 100 year increase is more like 1.2C.
If the +0C was the average of the first measured century (1880-1980), it would be -0.2C or -0.3C.
The answer is simple: there was no large scale measures before 1880
Any global temperature before that date would not come from real measures but from a reconstruction using indirect data.
There are plenty of scientific papers listed here
Please note that "Last Ice Age" and "Little Ice Age" are two different events.
There are obviously hiding something!
The fact that this chart start only 3 years after the Roswell events cannot be a coincidence.
And tranquilizer darts probably do not work well through bullet proof vests and other similar protections.
Terrorists are trained by the A-team and Mac Guyver.
I do not think that you realize how big is 3x10^48.
Let's imagine that a magic technology would allow you to store one permutation per atom of hydrogen.
One mole of hydrogen is 6x10^23 atoms or 12g.
So 3*10^48 atoms of hydrogen is 12*(3*10^48)/(6*10^23) = 6*10^25 g = 6*10^22 kg
That's is almost the mass of the moon (7.34*10^22 kg)
Ramdisks are a not a stupid idea. They are just not useful in most cases.
Putting temporary files (e.g.
On Linux, it is not uncommon for
No! I would say: FORTUNATELY I don't think that's going to happen.
2000MB/s is still one or two orders of magnitude slower than DDR3/4 (between 20000 and 60000MB/s) so I clearly don't want direct mapping.
Let the OS cache the SSD sectors in RAM pages and everything will be fine (and from the user point of view, that won't change anything)
MAME is a nice application but the problem is that most games were not designed for fun but to make you lose as fast as possible. Simply speaking, a cabinet game will be a lot harder than the same game for console or PC. When I was young, playing cabinet games was fun partly because I did not have a lot of money. In MAME, I can just play a few minutes, die, insert a "free" coin and continue the game to die even faster
MAME is still interesting for people trying to beat their high-score but not for casual gaming.