That's not one letter, that's multiple uses of the same letter. What you really need is a language of finite size and a really big alphabet.
If you need 40 columns on a 960x1080 display then you have eyesight issues.
So your point is that it would be hard?
Gosh, what news, better give up on that then.
Humanity, possibly, but not humans.
Cramming 7 billion people onto this rock requires a huge amount of technology. If it fails then we are still screwed. How many rivers in the US (or the world) are under artificial management rather than their natural flows? What happens if the technology producing that fails? What about agriculture? How many of those 7 billion would survive if agriculture had to continue without technology (water managment, oil-driven labour)?
We are are still on a small cramped rock that would kill us at a moment's notice if our tech-based life support fails. Don't let the air fool you.
Expansion of the human habitat beyond earth.
If the input conditions are somewhat more constrained than "the current state of the universe". If the algorithm can be executed on hardware that is any simpler than the physical machine.
Clear proof then that the timeline was altered by the events of Terminator 2.
If your program is more thana single page then it makes sense to vertically split into two 8:9 panes, making it roughly twice as good as 4:3.
I used to do this, but in the end I switched them both back to landscape. Looking up and down is surprisingly tiring, but looking side to side is not. My screens are a little too big for a dual screen layout (23" maybe?) so the total width is a little uncomfortable and one screen is now directly ahead for 80% of what I do with the second screen offset for less frequent tasks.
If they claim that they are from The Microsoft you could say that you are "Bob from the Internet" or vica versa. Spend some time finding out if you have friends in common, maybe from back when you worked at the Facebook. Did they know June from the New York office? Really? Because June died five years ago!! etc etc...
They can be a lot of fun. When you get bored with them just ask how they *feel* about scamming people for money. Good times.
Yeah the telephone support is amazing.
And yet this has reached a conclusion, so it did not take forever. Sounds like a win?
Did you know that cards can be validated for an amount as well as charged?
When I book a hotel stay for $x and give them a card to hold it the first thing they do is validate with the CC company that the card can be charged $x. When I check out they ask how to settle the bill including charging the amount to a different card.
So if a hotel wants a card to book a room (guaranteeing payment on no-shows) and you provide a dummy card that they could not charge for the amount then over here we call that fraud. But I guess you call them idiots...
If the prof is no longer available then they get a replacement. Courses are phased out very slowly, when a course is cancelled the intake is capped at zero but it hangs around in the system for up to ten years to deal with resit attempts.
Not at all - I work at a university where students cannot graduate with a failed course on their transcript. They must resit the course in a later year with the same teacher to earn credit. Ymmv