Yes, for the same price, not for cheaper.
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But it doesn't happen in one step even if the economics would support it. It starts more expensive and hopes to sell on features and performance. The price slowly drops to a new plateau as the early adopters slow down but remains more expensive. As others me too the features (assuming a patent sueball and/or collusion doesn't work), the price slowly drops.
Careful, the verteron flux might break down the subspace barrier.
Trust me, you do NOT want to mess with that!
CRI is one factor. Color temperature is another. Flicker/strobing is yet another.
Add in dimming and some people don't like that the color temperature doesn't go down with the brightness like incandescents do. Others like that.
So it's back to what aspect of the light was unacceptable.
They're extremely dangerous toys designed to get your rocks off.
Must resist "living Darwin" comment. Aww screw it!
Well naturally. Once the owner burns the store down deterring shoplifting, nothing left to steal == no crime.
You mean it will reduce the value of everyone's debt.
Poor people can't even open a bank account anymore.
There may exist a theoretical construct that is necessary and isn't itself criminal but I am not convinced that we have an actual example of such at this time.
Bank fraud is not a desirable thing but at the end of the day it's just crooks stealing from crooks currently.
Why does that need to be a legally protected relationship?
Because if it's not protected, the person won't go to confession and the opportunity to talk him out of it is lost.
For the same reason, if the state will not honor the sanctity of confession (or other pastoral relationships) it puts itself in a position of banning religious practices. It just doesn't look much like freedom of religion if they keep hauling clergy off to jail when they behave as their religion insists that they must.
Note that mandatory reporting for doctors is not without controversy and is not frequently enforced. There are also laws that go the other way. For example, some states have laws providing amnesty from various drug and underage drinking laws if it is discovered in relation to calling 911 for a medical emergency.
I'm pointing out that a sufficiently large number of ops will be using the non-trapping versions that it probably makes more sense for the compiler to add a check of the flags in the cases where it would be helpful.
Python dodges the question by using long when necessary. A Python long is what C would call a bignum.
Overflow isn't always wrong. Two's complement arithmetic DEPENDS on ignoring an overflow AND underflow to 'just work', for example.
Too bad it's not generally checked for. That's where the tool comes in.
Even keeping Hanlon's razor in mind, there is a point where incompetence rises to such a level that it is indistinguishable from malice. It had to take a lot of work to create the incompatibilities described. Starting with even caring that more than one window is open. Even back in the stupid old days where Netscape users would actually get an error about a site being IE only, it generally would actually work if you simply impersonated IE in the client string.
It can sometimes be hard to make a site look just so in all browsers, but it's equally hard to make it not work at all except in a single browser. Harder still to add a requirement for a particular version of a plugin. I wonder how many tens of percent less work it would have been to do it right or at least passably.