The incredulity that the parent expressed at the very prospect of laboring exclusively for the benefit of others implies that he's very selfish. So selfish, in fact, that he cannot even comprehend the idea that others would act selflessly.
Yes, because of course people will do hundreds of hours of work for free.
They will, as it turns out. You'll find countless examples on the internet. Not everyone is as selfish as you.
It's more of an API issue than a language issue. Node.js offers a file system API, and the W3C File API has wide browser support.
A third-party library simply isn't an option, as any such library would depend on the underlying API.
So... what's wrong with it?
Please, "typing" a "program" in C is not "writing code". If you're not toggling bits from the front panel, you're not writing code. You don't even get into the underlying instructions that are actually doing things.
C is just giving you some very basic concepts. It's not "writing code", it's using an interface that has some basic programming logic for users to practice "concepts".
When we interview people under 30 they are saying stuff like "I do Apple IOS programming and nothing else".
Do you live in the Unixtown, were everyone specializes in exactly one thing?
I'm not going to rehash this with you. If you want to relive the experience, go hunt down the old thread. Maybe you'll understand it the second time around.
My advice to you? Move on with your life. It's not that important. Just let it go.
Ah, I remember. It seems that you missed the entire point of that waste of my time.
The point was that your proclamations were absurd as, if we were to accept them, you'd be forced to that conclusion.
How you came away with the belief that I "believe in homeopathy" is beyond me. After all, I did not, and still do not, agree with your ridiculous assertions.
Ummm... That does not in any way lend support to his laughably absurd claim.
Where did you come up with that? I've never advocated homeopathy.
Most of modern math is premised upon the axiom of choice (equivalent to free will)
Wow, no. Where did you come up with that particular bit of complete and total nonsense?
but I believe A, I change my belief. This is what a rational being does.
You seem to be under the misapprehension that belief is subject to the will.
(Phew, someone should invent a shorter way to say that...)
Try any undergrad text on epistemology. You seem in dire need of one.
But if you do it the other way, and only believe in that which can be proven, the world makes much more sense.
How simple minded. If you only believed that which can be proven to be true, you'd believe very little -- almost nothing.
It's sad, but true. iOS still has the best accessibility options for blind and low vision users. Well, you might as well say it's the only option as it's completely unmatched.
Blind people seems to be OK with that.
They're used to getting screwed, paying way too much for accessible tech.