Thread from /g/


Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)17:40:51
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/g/ humor thread? /g/ humor thread.
Celebrating / easing the pain caused by moot being kill. (whichever suits you best).
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)17:55:50
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The way I feel about moot resigning is best summarized by a quote on rms by Linus Torvalds: "I'm not glad he's dead, but I'm glad he's gone"

In all seriousness, maybe the new admins will be nice enough to open source the site or something? Maybe it wouldn't work on 4chan though, you would need some leddit-like nice community.
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)18:35:40
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>>46202935
Faggot.
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)20:33:50
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>>46202935
What a waste of space.
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)20:55:18
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>>46203437
God, and to think that was originally posted on StackExchange of all places. Literally took 5 seconds to do in Python and could easily have been an Intro to Programming problem
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)20:58:21
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>>46204843
> meme garbage
> actually kinda funny
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)21:25:08
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>>46203437
>tfw I posted my code for one of my final projects on here
>I knew it was really, really bad but I didn't care because I only needed a C
>get shit on by everyone
>was kinda expecting for someone to make one of these pics
>nobody did

Oh well.
Anonymous
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Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)22:48:28
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>>46205141
as someone who works IT this pic is my worst nightmare

>thanks seagate
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)22:48:51
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>>46206168
That video is fuckin' great but only really relevant to /g/
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)22:49:10
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>>46206168
>apt-get
>gentoo
every fucking time
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)22:53:14
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>>46202725
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)23:00:59
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>>46206281
Only funny one is the Gentoo one. All the rest are hella dated
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)23:06:06
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>>46206194
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)23:06:07
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>>46206350
>2011
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)23:06:28
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>>46206241
what video?
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)23:08:55
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>>46206409
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)23:09:54
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>>46206417
It's from a vid but I don't remember what it's called.
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)23:11:22
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>>46206409
>>46206448
how is this tech related?
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)23:12:03
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>>46206410
Yeah, I'd say that's pretty dated. Isn't that the year Gnome 3 came out? OLD BRAH
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)23:13:34
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>>46206483
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)23:24:30
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>>46206507
not_alice !!/C0naTa5ccX
01/21/15(Wed)23:26:12
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rip ;_;7
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)23:30:46
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Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)23:57:50
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Anyone got that old image that had "/g/ - Technology" in the middle and circling around had something like "Linux is for niggers that can't afford a proper OS like Windows is for niggers that can't something something like Mac OS is for niggers that can't use a proper OS like Linux is for .... etc etc"

Something like that, can't seem to find it anymore and I remember it being posted all the time.
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)23:58:45
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>>46206772
Is that Dodger?
Anonymous
01/21/15(Wed)23:59:22
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>>46207006
I've got it somewhere. I'll look.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:00:59
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>>46207024
Well that was quicker than I thought. Glad I named it.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:02:54
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>>46207043
Thanks a lot anon.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:03:45
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This happened at a local videogame café.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:03:53
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>>46207062
With great power, etc.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:05:47
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>>46207069
>Speakers at an internet cafe
Kick him out, what the fuck.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:08:14
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>>46207086
To be fair, they also don't seem to mind when people do this at literally the same place.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:09:52
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>>46207069
its an IBM server, hes the shit
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:10:06
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>>46207069
I dont understand, is that a rackmount?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:10:48
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>>46207112
Do they just bring their shit to the cafe from their room to play there for the day or the weekend or what?!
Anonymous
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>>46206492
>>46206281
>>46206281

Updated version, feel free to edit
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:12:49
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Anonymous
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>>46207017
Yeah
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:15:52
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>>46207165
I'm going to learn how to add text in Krita and improve this.

I can't fucking tell you the rush of adrenaline I got when I took a screen grab of a comic at the highest resolution I could get and then edited out the other panels that leaked in for a reaction image.

It was fucking great.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:19:27
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Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:23:12
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>>46207165
>On my command, compile your OS, break the entire system, format by accident, reinstall, install the wrong version, install the correct packages, then ping these motherfuckers
Only funny thing on there but it more than makes up for it.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:23:45
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>>46207266
>I'm worried that one day I'll be getting a drink from a water fountain and someone will come up behind me and slam my head down
Every time.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:23:44
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>>46207253
>posting outdated shit
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:24:16
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>>46207136
It is... in all of it's neckbearded glory.

>>46207144
Pretty much yeah...
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:25:24
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>>46206281
>will it blend?

Lost my shit
Anonymous
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Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:32:27
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>>46207354
>DATA KNIFE
Anonymous
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>>46207371
Anonymous
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Anonymous
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I love how accurate this is.
Anonymous
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Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:41:18
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>>46207429
Whoa, this really is right.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:42:45
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>>46207354
what. fucking. game.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:43:30
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>>46207396
sauce, now.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:45:37
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>>46207469
i chuckled
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:45:55
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>>46207495
Titanfail
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:46:23
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>>46207266
I saw this a while ago and it's still the best thing I've seen on /g/.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:46:52
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>>46202935
wasn't that about Steve jobs by rms?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:49:55
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>>46207537
shit really, i'm disappointed
Anonymous
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Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)00:53:10
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>>46206168
But love2d is in debian repos now under love.
Anonymous
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>>46207599
>>46207608

Please tell me there's more.
Anonymous
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>>46207649
I've got a few.
If only the tech industry could be filled with more people so humorously insane.
Anonymous
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>>46207688
>>46207608
Holy shit he should get together with this guy
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:09:47
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>>46207654
every fucking C programmer.
They should be chained to their computers and gagged
Anonymous
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Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:12:04
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>>46207069
Wouldnt that be really fucking loud?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:12:45
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>>46207745
Well you will have just chained and gagged Torvalds and Stallman and all the people who made whatever shitty ass language you use built and based on C.
So good going, I guess.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:13:16
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>>46207069
>Group dark souls
Looks fun.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:15:57
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>>46207777
being gagged and chained to a computer doesn't stop them from working
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:16:10
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>>46207745
I don't like C programmers either. They're egotistical fucks.

I'd still rather use C than Java. I'd end up halfway implementing lambda and other shit though.
Anonymous
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>>46207803
I imagine it hinders productivity nonetheless.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:21:51
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>>46206204
>new imac's mini (or whatever are those called) are selling great!
Anonymous
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>>46207654
Anonymous
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I love this pic.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:47:20
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>>46207069
>probably Xeon MPs
>WHIRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
>trip a circuit breaker with dual redundant power supplies plugged into a power strip
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:50:13
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>>46208026
I have that same daki
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:51:21
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>>46207960
wow, you must be really bad at oop programming
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:52:36
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>>46206762
explain
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:54:20
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>>46208026
As much as I love /g/ and 4chan I cannot comprehend people seriously being like this.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:55:12
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>>46208118
C is infamous for creating arcane bugs and failing in strange ways.

Nothing critical should be written in C.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:55:13
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>>46208135
I've seen battlestations featuring all of those things, just not all at once.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)01:56:14
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>>46208135
I like ponies instead of anime.
Anonymous
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>>46208167
kek
Anonymous
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>>46205419
was this you?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:01:31
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>>46206417
>>46206459

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVrQdz_x9hs
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:03:08
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>>46207603
neat. might make something shitty with it.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:05:47
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>>46208141
Oh look, a dumb little kid that doesn't understand C.

Take your toy languages and get the fuck out.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:06:53
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>>46207017
>mfw I did that edit
>mfwihnf
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:07:28
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>>46208207
Use on free bugs are arcane.

Undefined behavior is also everywhere.

Do you use Vim?
Anonymous
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>>46208026
That tail plug is not worth the difficulty of cleaning. This one is a good compromise.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:08:53
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>>46208215
You're an idiot. Writing C correctly gives you none of those things.

Fuck off, you dumb little child.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:10:45
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>>46208229
>Writing C correctly gives you none of those things.
Writing C correctly seems really hard, because no one's done it yet on anything complex.
Anonymous
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>>46208253
It happens with high level languages built on C you shit-eating faggot
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:14:59
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>>46208275
Not all languages are implemented in C you faggot.
Anonymous
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>>46207253

I have the mac pro on the right

upgraded the Xeon CPUs
maxed out at 32gb ram
4x 1tb in raid
usb3 upgrade card
upgraded video card

paid about $300 total

u mad?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:24:41
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>>46208228
>pig tail

Disgusting, have some class.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:25:41
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>>46208350
It's supposed to be a dog.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:25:56
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>>46208282
name a language that proceeds C and wasn't bootstrapped using C.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:26:44
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>>46208357
puppy play a shit too. But at least it's not as bad.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:30:05
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>>46208358
Fortran, Lisp, Algol, APL, COBOL, SNOBOL, Simula, BASIC, BCPL, FORTH, BLISS, and Smalltalk, to name a few.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:31:54
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>>46207429
>Have you heard of Boost?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:37:53
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>>46206977
>gold plated optical
Top fucking kek

I found an other on amazon, it's not even too expensive:
http://www.amazon.com/Optical-Toslink-Fiber-Plated-Digital/dp/B001VJ680U

For what purpose?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:41:13
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>>46208430
I bet you can't find one without gold plating.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:47:24
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>>46208386
You know what proceeding means right?
The majority of those languages were developed before C (and the others are contemporaries, before C's dominance was established), and others are derived from the aforementioned languages.

and to bring it back to that other guy's point, most of these languages are no higher level than C to begin with, and certainly wouldn't be considered high level languages by today's standards.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:48:34
46208519
Is Emacs Lisp worth learning?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:48:40
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>>46208184
LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL what the fuck
number++ outside while he already knows to put the shit inside the for( )

wut
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:51:50
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>>46202935
implying 4chan's code is even worth open sourcing.

some kind of shit cobbled together by moot over a decade ago and constantly hacked up. no thanks.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:54:34
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>>46208553
lel this
remakes on github prob 50x more efficient
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:55:56
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>>46208512
>You know what proceeding means right?
I fucked up.
Scheme, Postscript, Common Lisp, Brainfuck, Fortress, possibly Ada, possibly Erlang, and I believe REBOL.
>The majority of those languages were developed before C (and the others are contemporaries, before C's dominance was established), and others are derived from the aforementioned languages.
It really doesn't matter when you consider that I was only saying that not all languages are implemented in C.
>and to bring it back to that other guy's point, most of these languages are no higher level than C to begin with, and certainly wouldn't be considered high level languages by today's standards.
Oh really? Algol, Lisp, Simula, and BASIC aren't higher level than C?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)02:58:03
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>>46208519
I started out with it. I'd recommend common lisp or scheme instead.
I stopped learning it and rewrote all of my emacs lisp in common lisp.
I don't know if will finish the emacs lisp manual in the future.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:07:18
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>>46206483
Bears are technology
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:07:45
46208669
I started with Qbasic when I was a little kid, then Pascal, Javascript, C++, Java, Tcl, Python, C#, now I'm back to python for the most part.

I'm in the process of picking up Clojure.

Python is an excellent choice for babbys first language, If I had to pick a favorite then it would probably be python
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:10:03
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>>46208669
Wrong thread?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:11:06
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>>46208457
>cheapest optical cable on Amazon
>gold plated
There should be a sane reasoning for this. What they write is clearly bullshit.
>In addition to its durable, protective, black PVC exterior, the cable features buffer tubing and corrosion-resistant, gold-plated connectors for a distortion-free stream of fiber-optic digital audio. Compared to ordinary electrical wires where there can be electromagnetic or radio frequency interference, the signal is more pure, offering clearer audio for a more genuine rendering of the originally recorded sound.
Anonymous
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Thanks for the thread guys. got some laughs out of it.

I got end stage colon cancer and can't take living like this anymore. Got a bottle of ambien next to me. Gonna browse a little more then take them all.


Thanks for the good times
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:18:57
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>>46208751
What was your diet like?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:20:25
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>>46208751
Give us your steam collection, you piece of shit.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:21:07
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>>46208751
Don't just kill yourself.

If you insist on dying, use your death for something.

Try to murder some kikes or something.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:22:51
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>>46208780
this.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:24:10
46208819
>>46208751
Credit card data plz
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:24:19
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>>46208787
Like right now I'm shitting in a bag that comes out my belly. I'm tired of the treatments and false hope. Just want it to be done with
>>46208780
Gave it away already to some poor fag on /v/
>>46208764
Was fairly athletic and ate healthy
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:26:11
46208837
>>46208751
You should dye your hair and make a cheap shitty anime cosplay.

Take a bunch of horse tranquilizers and run off a building with a noose around your neck. You'll make a spectacular scene.
No only will you manage to make weebs look bad, you'll also ruin someone's waifu forever.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:26:25
46208841
>>46203437
I don't get it.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:27:03
46208847
>>46208821
>Like right now I'm shitting in a bag that comes out my belly. I'm tired of the treatments and false hope. Just want it to be done with
Seriously, shoot up a synagogue or something.

Shoot up a bank.

Do something.

>>46208841
You're stupid.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:27:18
46208852
>>46208837
fuck this guy, glue your hands to your head and tie piano wire around your neck and tie the other end to a building and jump off so it looks like you ripped your own head off
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:27:29
46208853
>>46208821
>ate healthy
so only whole plant foods? :^)
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:29:05
46208868
>>46208837
That would actually be pretty funny.

If I were him, I'd ask /a/ and see who the most popular waifu is and ruin her.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:29:49
46208875
>>46208853
No, ate a paleo ish diet since the 2000s.

>>46208847
Why would I wanna shoot up a place? I love people and liked life till i got sick
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:31:42
46208891
>>46208875
"paleo"

http://nutritionfacts.org/?s=paleo
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:31:56
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>>46206448
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:31:56
46208899
>>46208875
>Why would I wanna shoot up a place? I love people and liked life till i got sick
To make a point.
Don't you have a cause or something? Die for it.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:32:40
46208903
>>46206204
What do people even do with those useless boxes?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:33:46
46208911
>>46208821
Well at least 4chan died before you did
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:35:29
46208924
>>46208891
not sure what you mean with that link. Like I said paleo ish. All the guys I use to go back packing with do it and are in top health.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:35:46
46208928
>>46208903
More than you do with your non-Apple IBM clones.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:40:14
46208968
>>46207112
In which third world country is that? Only reason to do that imho would be if they live in the rain forest.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:41:41
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browser.jpg
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>tfw you haven't upgraded your browser to IE 5.5
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:43:50
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>>46208868
>>46208837
>mfw he does it at an anime con
>mfw that anime con is canceled forever
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:54:58
46209075
>>46207960

Clearly not Java OOP. Not nearly enough abstract.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:56:39
46209088
>>46209075
This, and not enough factories.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)03:59:58
46209110
>>46202725
>User
>Made
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:00:27
46209113
>>46208184
Holy shit
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:00:36
46209116
>>46208026
>>46208090
Yozora daki here.
I didn't even know what anime she was from. She just looked cute being half-naked.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:01:50
46209124
>>46208751
>casually mentioning suicide
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:01:51
46209125
>>46209116
That's a pretty terrible reason to get a daki.
But at least now you won't be lonely.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:15:53
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>>46209125
Jokes on me, I'm still lonely. I just like having something to wrap my arms and legs around. Unfortunately, I don't want to dirty it with my natural body's dirt and oil, so it lays next to me untouched.
>But not unloved.
I have a separate body pillow I got from Sears or JCPenny a few years ago. No anime on it. Just wool covering.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:20:39
46209241
>>46207266
Last line gets me every fucking time
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:21:24
46209246
>>46209211
You can wash it, you know.
There's no point in having a daki if you can't snuggle with it.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:26:51
46209282
>>46207654
The extends-stickman fucking killed me because its so true
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:27:43
46209290
>>46207654
>Works the way a computer really works
C programmers always tell themselves this shit.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:29:46
46209301
>>46207865
>GNU/Dad

Oh my fuck
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:30:51
46209307
>>46209246
I'd rather snuggle with a waifu daki.
All I need now is just a waifu.
But I will admit that its really nice to touch and feel against my skin.
It's been so long...

Alright, I'll do it. Goodnight anon.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:32:54
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>>46209307
>>46209211
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:45:26
46209410
>>46208215
Learn how you computer works, you illiterate kids. Have a tip here:
A pointer is a variable that contains the address of another variable, structure or the beginning of an array in your memory. In order to dynamically allocate memory from your computer, you will use the malloc(size_t s) function (defined in stdlib.h). malloc(size_t s) will return a pointer that contains the address of the beginning of the s-bytes block you allocated. Don't modify it, don't dereference it, and don't forget to call the free(void* p) function when you don't need the memory anymore.

It isn't that complicated.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:46:40
46209420
>>46209410
I don't see how that relates to what I said.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:49:24
46209446
>>46207865
>WTFPL
lost my sides
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:50:22
46209456
>>46209075
Are you stupid? Of course it isn't Java OOP. It says "What Stroustrup wants you to believe". Stroustrup is the creator of C++. This is C++ OOP, fucking retard.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:52:27
46209471
>>46207408
moar
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:54:40
46209485
>>46207371
Isn't the blue chick the one who said
>I'm going to create a GUI in Visual Basic to track his IP address
?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)04:55:23
46209492
>>46208699

looks like the entire bottom of that shit is covered in T400's
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:07:53
46209586
>>46209420
Absolute proof that you don't know C and just listened to some idiot who only programs Android "Apps" with Eclipse on Windows when he said C was insecure.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:08:17
46209589
>>46208185
>/g/ in a nutshell. Even how he named his ubuntu computer gentoo.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:09:15
46209595
>>46209586
I already know what a pointer is.

Would you like me to point out different flaws in C instead?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:09:36
46209596
>>46208343
Fall off the back of a truck?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:11:02
46209603
>>46209595
Yes. Tell me more about how you don't know nobody uses
scanf();
anymore.
Also,
>le buffer overflow meme
>le segfault meme
>le Rust/Go meme
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:15:11
46209625
>>46209603
Manually managing memory is unnecessary for a majority of programs.
C has no anonymous functions.
C macros are weak text replacement.
C syntax is arcane with examples like Duff's device and Pigeon's device.
C makes it unusually difficult to use dynamic memory and even have variadic functions.
C has no proper false value. 0 is not a good substitute.
On that note, C error checking and correction is shitty.
C has no proper module system either. Files are not a good substitute.

This seems like enough points for now.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:17:20
46209639
>>46209603
>nobody uses scanf() anymore
we don't?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:23:32
46209675
>>46209625
>Duff's
I'm sure modern compilers are smart enough to unroll the loops properly, in the same way the "fast sqrt" algorithm is not needed any more
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:24:41
46209686
>>46208903
host 4chan, apparently.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:26:04
46209697
>>46209675
I was citing the fact that it is even possible as a flaw of sorts.

It's arcane and the fact that it took so long for people to even realize you could do it speaks volumes.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:26:52
46209702
>>46209625
>C has no anonymous functions.
Not a problem at all.
>C macros are weak text replacement.
C macros work fine and do their job.
>C syntax is arcane with examples like Duff's device and Pigeon's device.
Yeah, those are seen everywhere in C code.
>C makes it unusually difficult to use dynamic memory and even have variadic functions.
int* myArray = malloc(sizeof(int) * 10));
for(int i = 0; i < 10; ++i)
{
myArray[i] = i;
}
free(myArray);

wow. much complication. such difficult.
>C has no proper false value. 0 is not a good substitute.
What do you think, that transistors handle special voltage values that are later translated into "true" and "false". Also, C99 adds stdbool.h:
bool trueValue = true;
bool falseValue = false;

is valid C99 code.
>On that note, C error checking and correction is shitty.
if(do_something_risky() == -1)
{
fix_your_shit();
}

Really difficult, yeah.
>C has no proper module system either. Files are not a good substitute.
What do you think modules are? Magic flying things? Or perhaps you don't know how to write and use headers.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:28:02
46209708
>>46209639
sscanf()
, which stands for Secure SCAN Formatted
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:31:37
46209729
>>46206164
I fucking loved that movie.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:32:17
46209732
>>46209625
>>46209702
reeeekt
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:33:18
46209741
>>46209708
>secure
it's string you mongoloid
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:33:27
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>>46209702
>Not a problem at all.
Elaborate.
>C macros work fine and do their job.
They're certainly good for complicating code while adding little positive.
>Yeah, those are seen everywhere in C code.
I was citing the fact that it is even possible as a flaw of sorts.
It's arcane and the fact that it took so long for people to even realize you could do it speaks volumes.
>
int* myArray = malloc(sizeof(int) * 10));
for(int i = 0; i < 10; ++i)
{
myArray[i] = i;
}
free(myArray);

>wow. much complication. such difficult.
Pass the array around now. Now you have to worry about where to free it.
>What do you think, that transistors handle special voltage values that are later translated into "true" and "false".
It's called an abstraction. It should be an abstract datatype.
I don't need to fucking know how it's implemented.
>Also, C99 adds stdbool.h:
>
bool trueValue = true;
bool falseValue = false;

>is valid C99 code.
It's a little late.
>
if(do_something_risky() == -1)
{
fix_your_shit();
}

>Really difficult, yeah.
Where's that standard bool?
So many functions using numbers as return values to symbolize more complicated concepts is awful.
>What do you think modules are? Magic flying things?
They're collections of code.
A proper module system lets you have as many modules per file as desired and also lets you easily switch between them in the file.
>Or perhaps you don't know how to write and use headers.
Headers are shit.
That's another point actually, headers are needed for every little fucking thing in C.
That's why so many programs have 20 lines of #includes.

>>46209732
Sure thing, faggot.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:47:48
46209823
>>46209742
>>Not a problem at all.
>Elaborate.
No, _you_ elaborate why that should be a problem.
>>C macros work fine and do their job.
>They're certainly good for complicating code while adding little positive.
That's because you don't know how macros work, thus fill your code with a fuckton of
CAPS_LOCK_MACRO()
//notice how the bad design of the macro will throw an error if a semicolon is added

>>wow. much complication. such difficult.
>Pass the array around now. Now you have to worry about where to free it.
Shit* shit = new_shit(foo, bar);
use_shit_here(shit);
and_a_bit_there(shit);
delete_shit(shit);

What's the hard part?
>>What do you think, that transistors handle special voltage values that are later translated into "true" and "false".
>It's called an abstraction. It should be an abstract datatype.
>I don't need to fucking know how it's implemented.
Ok, kid. don't learn about how your computer works. Plus, did you even understand the C99 part?
>Where's that standard bool?
>So many functions using numbers as return values to symbolize more complicated concepts is awful.
>using numbers to symbolize more complicated concepts
Welcome to the awesome world of computers! Do you prefer
try {
doRiskyManipulation();
}
catch ThisCanBeOneOfAHundredExceptionsException e {
printOnScreen(e.logBacktrace());
}

>>What do you think modules are? Magic flying things?
>They're collections of code.
>A proper module system lets you have as many modules per file as desired and also lets you easily switch between them in the file.
>as many modules per file as desired
Yeah, let's mix everything!
>>Or perhaps you don't know how to write and use headers.
>Headers are shit.
>That's another point actually, headers are needed for every little fucking thing in C.
>That's why so many programs have 20 lines of #includes.
Headers make possible to separate functions definitions and functions implementation.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:48:35
46209837
>>46207354
>data knife
>hold x to hack
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:54:18
46209878
>>46209837
>2015
>not having a data knife

plebe
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:56:16
46209892
>>46209823
>No, _you_ elaborate why that should be a problem.
C doesn't even have first class functions, but you can pass pointers to functions.
It would be incredibly convenient to have anonymous functions, rather than defining a function that will only be used once.
>That's because you don't know how macros work, thus fill your code with a fuckton of
CAPS_LOCK_MACRO()
//notice how the bad design of the macro will throw an error if a semicolon is added

I do use macros and know how they work. I was commenting on the simple text replacement approach taken by C.
>
Shit* shit = new_shit(foo, bar);
use_shit_here(shit);
and_a_bit_there(shit);
delete_shit(shit);

>What's the hard part?
The hard part is where the control flow of the program isn't so simple.
>Ok, kid. don't learn about how your computer works.
Fuck you. It's perfectly valid.
http://c2.com/cgi/wiki/wiki/wiki?AbstractDataType
>Plus, did you even understand the C99 part?
Yes. It's in the language, but none of the shit written before then uses it. It's a little late.
>Welcome to the awesome world of computers! Do you prefer
>
try {
doRiskyManipulation();
}
catch ThisCanBeOneOfAHundredExceptionsException e {
printOnScreen(e.logBacktrace());
}

You purposefully make the exceptions example complicated.
>Yeah, let's mix everything!
Let's have the option. There's perfectly valid reasons to have more than one module per file.
The module could be very small, as an example.
>Headers make possible to separate functions definitions and functions implementation.
That's also inane.
You shouldn't need to define a function before you use it.
There's so much stupid shit you have to keep up with in C. Jesus Christ.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)05:58:49
46209902
>>46209485
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkDD03yeLnU
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)06:03:13
46209944
>>46208151
Me too friend.
I would fuck Rarity big time
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)06:05:24
46209965
>>46209902
yeeeaaaah
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)06:07:34
46209983
>>46208852
Better yet, make some modern art statement by tying piano wire of different lengths to different parts of your body and then jumping off a bridge, so as you fall different parts of your body would be ripped off.
Extra points if you tie rope to each one of them as you fall so different parts would be strung up on the bridge.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)06:08:02
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>>46209944
It's weird but rarity is the only pony i can fap to.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)06:09:43
46209997
>>46209987
Pls don't fap to my waifu
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)06:10:19
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>>46209987
>>46209997
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)06:11:20
46210007
>>46210002
Plebeian kiddo detectedu
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)06:11:42
46210008
>>46209944
>>46209997

She's a fucking slut though
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)06:12:50
46210018
>>46210008
No she isn't, stop this lie.
She was so desperate for blueblood, she's clearly a virgin with her hopes too high.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)06:13:03
46210019
>>46210008
She's a high class slut though.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)06:13:32
46210021
>>46208751
Sorry to hear this, anon. Take care.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)06:23:04
46210074
>>46209878
I am a creator,
I use data hammers
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)06:24:45
46210084
>>46210074

https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/words-to-avoid.html#Creator
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)06:47:24
46210248
>>46208751
You're a fag taking ambien won't kill you.

Enjoy your confusion and remorse when you wake up naked in a police car
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:02:19
46210362
Bump
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:05:01
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Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:10:10
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>>46210400
>>46210410
>>46210412
>>46210419
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:20:08
46210515
literally what the fuck is going on here
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:21:30
46210531
>>46210515
someones trying to get banned but it doesn't work because we have no mods, and global mods will only come in to delete the porn without banning anyone.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:27:03
46210587
>>46210531
Why don't we have mods?
Why would the board mods leave, but not the global mods?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:28:27
46210600
>>46210587
/g/ isn't filled with shitstains like /v/ or /sp/.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:30:21
46210614
Gone in a flash.
Hope the new admin allows what /mlp/ needs.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:31:26
46210629
>>46202725
Apple store employee here. You have no idea how inaccurate this photo is.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:32:20
46210634
/g/, help I'm getting a boner
what do?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:32:56
46210644
>>46210629
Nah, you only see the retards absolutely unfit for computing of any kind, of course you see it that way.
That'¢s why you skate around on the fllor of the store using people's hard drives.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:35:23
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>check the open threads
>ooh, new replies
>my fucking face when
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:36:13
46210662
>>46210657
Same, but as I was scrolling the first page
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:37:18
46210670
>>46210634
Watch season 1 of the show.
Then watch season 2.
Fap to the porn with knowledge of the characters (makes it so much better)
Grow bitter and angry at the downhill direction of the show.
Bitch about everything post season 3.
Reminisce about old /mlp/
Feel bad again.
Rinse and repeat
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:37:54
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>>46208575
Not op, but when I say free and open source, I mean the project is actually open to patches from others (copyright assigned, of course). It would mean the efficiency gains would slowly creep in with more eyes one pull request at a time as we have more eyes on the code.

Thoughts?

Picture unrelated.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:42:15
46210706
>>46210662
there were like 50 goddamn pictures. I'm scarred for life. I mean I'm into some weird shit but this pony stuff is hilariously freaky.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:43:42
46210713
Seriously, it's like these people have nothing better to do. I won't lie, I was aroused. But come on.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:44:26
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This thread atm
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:47:52
46210745
>>46210644
Once again. You have no idea how wrong this photo is. OS updates weather its iOS or OS X are literally the worst days for us because we get idiots who cant read shit from all ends of the tech spectrum who bitch about lost software compatibility or the fact their phone slowed down because they didn't read the disclaimer that clearly states older devices may suffer loss of performance. We also roll out shitty unfinished updates all the time which have to be rolled back or re-updated in a week. Thank god they only sign my cheques and I'm not part of their shitty ecosystem.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)07:59:09
46210861
>>46210745
Oh, that part.
Nah, I do know how shitty it is because when I was in high school my high school required us to buy iPads.
It was bullshit.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)08:04:02
46210900
It was fun fellow ponyfriends
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)08:08:11
46210942
>>46203437
wow. takes literally 3 lines of code
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)08:30:44
46211145
>>46209702
>Damage control
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)09:27:16
46211671
>>46208903
we used them to test user software on Mac.
(tests were automated, these were cheaper than getting big macs.)
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)09:30:22
46211697
>>46207768
who cares, it's fast, son.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)09:34:40
46211742
>>46207608
[X] TOLD
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)09:37:17
46211772
>>46208184
meet the fucking arraymaker, son.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)09:40:06
46211807

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bumping with pasta
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)10:56:55
46212758
>>46207408
this should be a real thing
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)10:57:56
46212764
Why are people so jacked up about restarting their computer?

It's like pulling teeth for something so insignificant to some people.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)11:17:14
46212978
>>46208751
>can't take living like this anymore
>can't keep browsing 4chan to the end of my days

just keep lurking you fucking idiot

>athletic and healthy
get fucked, look where it got you. what was the point? feels gud? get comfy you piece of shit
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)11:19:40
46213014
>>46208593
>Scheme
Guile bootstraps on GCC
>Postscript
Ghostscript bootstraps on GCC
>Common Lisp
GNU CLisp bootstraps on GCC.

Faggot.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)11:21:19
46213035
>>46213014
Those languages can, but I don't believe they were originally implemented in C.

Sure, they can and are implemented in C, but that's not very fair. You asked for initial implementations.

Faggot.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)12:06:09
46213553
>>46205105
>>46207112
>>46210515
>>46210942
>>46210745
Haahaha! I literally love your use of the word literally! xD ~~
Desu Xd
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)12:07:19
46213570
>>46212764
HDD plebs
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)12:29:16
46213781

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somewhat relevant
context: makers of Runescape made a forum where people suggest ideas for others to vote on and it's full of shit like this
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)12:36:49
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>>46207069
I thought servers didn't have any graphics hardware capable of running games
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)12:46:24
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>>46206693
I put my pc in sleep-mode and switch off the powerstrip at night. When I turn it back on the next afternoon it just continues where it left off.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)12:51:10
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>>46208751
Well if true and not attention who ring faggot, I would say don't give up yet, there is a medical procedure where they can turn a portion of your small intestine into a small colon over the process of 6 months, which at least means you wouldn't need a shitbag attached to you anymore

Don't remember what the name of the procedure is called, but I know it exists
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)13:00:56
46214116
>>46207469
Does /g/ hate computer science
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)13:13:49
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>>46214116
how is pragram formed
how computer run code
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)13:32:00
46214453
>>46209702
stop pretending like C can do everything well. shit like anonymous functions and actual macros are useful tools for expressing computation, among other things. dismissing complaints about C with "it does it well enough" misses the point
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)13:41:29
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Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)13:45:31
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Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)13:55:40
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Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)14:00:25
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>>46207688
>Step 1: Kill CIA
>Step 2: Profit
Sounds like a solid plan
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)14:10:04
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>>46203437
Is there an easier way to do it or what is funny about it?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)14:16:00
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>>46208981
how picky, i personally see no problem with my linux machine hooked up to a television
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)14:18:32
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Believe it or not the beanie snowboard thing is real.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)14:21:45
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Why the fuck do I still have this?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)14:23:35
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>>46214975
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)14:24:24
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>>46208184
Holy shit I almost had an heart attack
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)14:26:04
46215064
>>46207507
This
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)14:37:29
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>>46207507
>>46215064
not the poster, but i went out of my way to find it

at first i was having trouble as i specified "1girl" as a search term, "nipple_slip anal_beads" did the job

http://gelbooru.com/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=1225544
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)14:43:36
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>>46211671
>big macs
Aren't these like $7?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)14:52:11
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>>46213864
a lot of servers have PCI-e slots for expansion, so you can mount a GPU in there sideways with a flexible extension.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)15:18:30
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Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)15:23:37
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>>46215628
Am I supposed to focus on the last one?
The "former Apple engineer" is more interesting to me.
I wonder what that fuck actually did.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)15:24:30
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>>46207739
People doing this are attempting to get residency permits for the US.

Someone offers a service where they try to make it look like you've spent a lot of time in the country, so anyone doing a background check would easily find it.
I can't imagine it works too well.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)15:32:53
46215811
>>46208184
It doesn't even comment on the fact that he imports java.util.*
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)15:38:52
46215879
>>46215691
>get macbook for college
>pay $100 for xcode
>Apple-Certified™ iEngineer ©
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)15:44:10
46215952
>>46215691
>Am I supposed to focus on the last one?
yes
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)15:50:49
46216013
>>46208847
I can list at least a dozen intelligent minds who wouldn't get this either. It doesn't make them stupid.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)16:02:29
46216164
>>46206204
am I looking at half a million dollars worth of shitty underpowered design computers?
i mean its fine when you buy one for yourself, that money is insignificant, but holy shit they lost a lot on this
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)16:02:30
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>>46216013
I just felt like insulting him.

Arguably, we're all stupid.
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)16:17:16
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>>46208184
My teacher calls if and switch statements functions. Should I be worried?
Anonymous
01/22/15(Thu)16:35:02
46216549
>>46216321
In functional languages they are.

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