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Had one HDD die, had a laptop that would not charge the battery (even after I replaced it with a new one). Can't claim either as "the most problems with".
Having been a university math professor for a time, I tried to learn every graphing calculator available. Most use some BASIC-like language, the exceptions I'm aware of being the more powerful calculators. The HP-48 used some language based on RPN, the HP-38 (not using RPN itself) had a completely different language, and of course the TI 89 (being more of a symbolic math package stuffed inside a calculator) was nothing like the other TI calculators, So even "what did my old graphing calculator use?" is not a trivial response
I have been involved with Opera for over 12 years and Vivaldi for about 6 months. Not certain I'd consider any browser since Opera 12 on my old 1 GB netbook - I don't see Opera 27 or Vivaldi useful in such low RAM, which is unfortunate. On a better system, both are good browsers.
Looks to me like Opera are now copying Vivaldi - many of the features they are introducing in Opera 29 (finally) are the ones you find in Vivaldi. Good for the users, but they should have been there first.
While I do know a couple of people who rode their bicycles in the last month
But of course, an average month is just convenient fiction anyway - no month is average.
However, there are lots of non-trivial examples, so why settle for something trivial? It was always a bit of work writing a factorial in older BASICs, recursion is just so much simpler. Or maybe terms of Pascal's triangle? The Fibonacci series perhaps - while there is actually a formula for that, most people won't know it. Lots of possibilities.
So, does 40.003 feel different? It's just a number. I'm going on 52 in a couple of months - yes, it's just a number too.
Do I want to live to be 100? Honestly, I don't care. I want to live a good life - length doesn't matter.
Of course I am unique from their sample, I used an unreleased test version of a browser - I had to be unique. However, that version of tracking is useless as I have
Does that mean I am, what, 40 different people according to them?