There still are. It's the native encoding on big IBM hardware, which means you're probably triggering EBCDIC-based code every time you communicate with your bank, insurance company or other large company.
Not being able to "hear" is a disability.
Even rebuilding / recreating hitchbot won't reproduce the creative moment when some person had the idea to make a hitch hiking robot.
IMHO, Hitchbot is mostly a social game, without lofty artistic goals. Rebuilding it from the original parts at the place where it was destroyed seems entirely within the implied "rules" of the game. Also "We can rebuild him...we have the technology" is quite fitting for a robotic US roadtrip.
What exactly are you trying to prove?
I think you're doing your nation a disservice by trying to defend it.
It's well defined in ASCII. This code will produce different results depending on the native character set.
On an EBCDIC machine (IBM z/OS mainframes), it will not return -25.
It's hugely diversified product catalog probably has better longevity than western companies' "core business" strategy of putting all your eggs in one basket.
The roadtrip will end in India.
Poe's law applies here.
I honestly don't know if you're being sarcastic or audiophile.
The makers of the cable didn't know WTF they were doing; they claimed it was better for music.
The testers merely were merely thorough by explicitely testing the claims, asinine as they might be.
By doing so, they are taking away any dumbshit rebuttal the makers might have had otherwise.
Just as robots won't turn into some psychoc skynet bent on destroying humanity, they won't turn nice and happy either.
Just curious; what were your reasons not to consider them before? In what way didn't they fit your job requirements?
Even more so for the kernel developers that blacklisted the Samsung drives.
These developers should probably be banned from kernel development or atleast banned from making decisions regarding functionality.
Creating code with a bug is human, not doubting your own code and blaming somebody else is stupid.
I've had one where the sleep button was directly below the delete key. That keyboard lasted for about 3 days.
Well, I mostly use my computer for checking if I'm still running the same operating system, so I wonder why I never noticed winkey+break before. This combo will save me literally hours every day. Didn't know it could be so incredibly useful. Thanks!
Obviously caps-lock is the least used key. you press it only once after boot, then no more.