Kinda gives a new slant to "As Seen On TV".
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HAL: I've just picked up a fault in the AE35 unit. It's going to go 100% failure in 72 hours.
So where are all the dark matter black holes?
C++, Rust, etc. Are there Fifty Shades of C++ yet?
Actually, Improv's answer wasn't "it can't be done" but more like "it could be done but it doesn't make sense".
He (or she) probably wouldn't want to work for you if your reading comprehension is that low.
6. Has the subject ever posted anything on the Internet that casts us in a negative light? If yes add to list. Also send a SWAT team to their house.
Then there is the Surface business plan: Sell below cost but make it up in volume.
Shouldn't the Haskell code in the article be
fib 0 = 0
"Seriously, think about that. What happens when this mentality involuntarily leads society to continue to shrink their ability to be attentive to anything?"
Someone made a documentary film on this subject a few years ago. IIRC it was called "Idiocracy".
Backin the early 1970's the college I went to allowed FORTRAN to satisfy one of the two language requirements.
in the olden days.
Not to be confused with pee-mail, messages that dogs leave for each other on trees and stuff.
You know, the OS from the people who created Unix.
They also had an associated embedded OS called Inferno. Philips actually used Inferno in an Internet telephone. Funny that it wasn't a success. It cost something like $600 or $800 10 years ago, and took literally minutes to load a web page at modem speeds.
Is it still being developed?
IIRC Linux was supposed to be a temporary stand-in until the Hurd was ready to go.
It could just be a lot of quantum talk.