IE on XP doesn't support secure HTTPS, either.
it's doing just fine. although someone put an axe through it a while back, so i had to get the handle replaced.
I'm typing this on a 20-year old machine. Granted, I have replaced some parts here and there at various times (like the cpu, keyboard, screen, ram, motherboard, drives, case, video card, nic, modem, mouse, etc.) and it's still working fine...
those budgets are obtained in the form of loans, investments minimum guarantees for theatrical distribution deals. those loans and investments have sizable interest rates.
The budget is how much it cost to put the movie in a can. The box office revenue is how much money was paid by the audience. There's a whole ton of marketing, distribution and exhibition costs that go on between those two. Yes, often those are inflated, but you make it sound like they should be zero.
Huh? Concepts like looping, conditionals, variables and variable arithmetic are definitely computer science.
Yeah almost every time I unlock my phone it works he 1st time. Sorry you don't understand English that well....
Comprehension fail. AC complained that he had to enter his passcode 10% of the time. I said I sometimes have to reposition my finger. Nowhere did I mention having to enter my passcode.
you need to re-enter your prints. my 6 reads my print almost the 1st try every time. only so often do i have to re-position my finger if i'm holding the phone weirdly.
1) set up a paved box on an isolated vlan.
2) forward all traffic from your scanners to that box.
3) log every packet.
4) send traces of hacking attempts to the FBI.
It should be trivial for the FBI to discover who did this and why. Unless, of course, the NSA doesn't want them to...
i'd be interested to know how fast Clang compiles Petzond compared to msvc. including re-compiling with simple change with/without PCH & incremental linking enabled.
"Tyranny cannot defeat the power of ideas" - Hellen Keller, after her books, among others, were burnt in Germany, May 10, 1933
The Wright Bothers weren't the first to fly. They were just the first not to crash.