No it's an index not an offset. Unless you're talking about byte arrays.
Where I live electric bikes are for old drunks with suspended license because of dui conviction.
How exactly is illegality which no one will ever bother to detect or check a problem? Besides not all of the kits allow going over 20 mph which I believe is the typical limit.
I ran a little console
So wine already seems able to run
The first thing you need to understand is that what you are doing isn't all that different from what any other programmer, certainly not any other web programmer does.
Knockout is a library and ajax is a pattern. Any developer worth anything will be able to pick them up by looking at existing code and doing a little reading and experimenting.
"The unintended consequence of this is the creation of as many as 12 million people who now THINK they know something about computer science."
We have to get CTOs, VP's of IT and project managers from somewhere.
There's a big difference between being $15k in the hole and 100s of thousands if dollars in the hole. When you talk about pre ACA medical bankruptcies you're talking about big money. A $15k debt is something most people could manage. And if they can't manage it then they shouldn't buy a Bronze plan.
Uh, no the Republicans do not have clean hands in this foaled rollout.
By refusing to set up the state exchanges they shifted a massive burden to the Feds unplanned for in the law. Then, they refused to expand funding for this massive integration effort. Think about it... Most of the state exchanges are doing fine. Why? Because they only have to meet one state's requirements. The Feds were forced by Republican tactics to handle the differing requirements for 30+ states.
What free market? If there was a free market you wouldn't need a license to make a competitive cable.
Maybe you're thinking of the TRS-80 Model 4P: http://www.obsoletecomputermuseum.org/trs80_4p/
Hence the reason why recent hardware projects like REX and NADSBox have been important. NADSBox adds an external hard disk. REX is a completely plug-and-play Option ROM which you can switch OptROMs and save/restore full RAM images to flash.
"To get any boost of performance over C, you have to be an extremely good assembly coder..."
Well that may be true but it's a distinction without a difference. I find most serious assembly language "coders" from the CS side of the house are excellent programmers/engineers. They are going to write MUCH faster assembly programs than any compiler will generate. They understand modern coding patterns... OOP, state charts, algorithmic complexity but they adapt techniques to fit a given problem on a given machine far more efficiently than a good C programmer. With C and certainly CPP you're locked into a certain development style that encourages maintainability over all else. When you're programming in assembly language you have more degrees of freedom to optimize and the rules for "maintainable" code are quite a bit more liberal.
The distinction should be solely between encrypted and unencrypted traffic. Encrypted traffic presumes an expectation of privacy. Unencrypted *should* not.
I think you're overreading this ruling. The EPA is quite likely to be the blunt instrument for regulating CO2, and they are required to under the Clean Air Act.
Better would be a significant energy bill but Republicans and Conservadems have made a more intelligent approach impossible.
The complainants were smacked down unanimously simply because suing the power companies is the wrong target. They are free to sue EPA once it hands down regs, and SCOTUS made this clear. I'm not sure why they thought anything different would happen here.