" Very useful! "
- Mr. McAfee and friends
" Very useful! "
Planes and runways have lights.
The aim here is a baby step towards language-agnostic reuse of code developed over decades at great collective effort.
My thoughts so far: the only code suitable for exposure are functions and methods that accept and return basic types (int, char, string) — or data structures or objects made up purely of basic types. Introspection/reflection capabilities in a language — including the ability to examine method signatures — are important. Languages like Perl (whose subroutine parameters passed in the @_ array, but without formal subroutine signatures) are a bit of a puzzle."
You know Russell Peters is a comedian, right?
True. He may not even be able to.
No, read it as....
"Normally, stiffness and strength declines with the [decline in] density of any [single] material;"
"that's why when bone density decreases, fractures become more likely."
The IRS probably still has Exchange server logs with message-IDs, recipients, timestamps and message sizes.
Some mail recipients may still have copies of the 'lost' emails filed away -- either emails themselves, or portions forwarded, replied to, or otherwise quoted in some manner. Server logs will make this known.
... Its a covert transmission channel, not an attack...
A camera pointed at a computer monitor slowly shifts its average hue (a la 'f.lux') is another such example.
Thanks - I suspected that this was the case, but wasn't sure.
Location tracking stays turned off in my iOS device. A nuisance when you want a quick look at the streetmap of the area you're in.
I suspect this entire ploy is so that iBeacons can be marketed more effectively.
Correct. The only difference is that they don't like to share...
Murder is murder. You either bring justice to the situation, or a higher party holds you to account.
In this case, 'You' being the British/Northern Ireland Govt., and 'higher party' being God.
I laugh. And you're correct: I don't know advanced computing.
But Fortran is still no alternative to spreadsheets.
Saying it is, is like saying SAP ABAP is an alternative to Microsoft Basic. Sure, at some deep fundamental level, it is. But you have to migrate environments, and more importantly, migrate the user interface and user skills.
Just saw the price jump on Amazon.com (the price that one seller was charging, out of 3 sellers on Amazon) -- from about $300 to $600
Guess I now know about how much Gigabyte charge the channel for these units.