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File: 695bbeac6f0c142⋯.png (31.24 KB, 333x230, 333:230, mastodon.png)

File: d5c552490533510⋯.png (21.34 KB, 800x220, 40:11, mastodon-gay.png)

 No.1027319[Reply]

I've seen the threads before about what freetard social networking is like, but holy shit, I didn't think it was that bad until I saw it with my own eyes.

I'm a musician who's into /tech/ and since I don't really social media, but I thought maybe I'd give Mastodon a try, if not to share my music and make some like-minded friends.

Mastodon.art seems all ri--

< Microaggressions ("not all men", white/man/cis-splaining, using the wrong pronouns to address someone after being corrected, etc)

Oh. Well that seems oddly out of place for a platform for art. Fuck it, let's hit up Mastodon.social instead. Their rules seem less bizarrely specific.

You'd think gays make up 75% of the population if you didn't visit any place else. Oh nice, a hairy penis in my local feed two minutes in.

Yeah, I'm not touching that piece of shit anymore. I went through more instances, and they all seem to be full of people who think their sexuality is an identity and a career. I see why normies and artists who aren't rabid weeaboo hentai fingerpainters steer clear of this shit.

Is there any freetard networks that aren't insufferable garbage like this? Or does it just come with the territory?

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 No.1028052

I stopped logging into my account even though it's on a non-kosher instance because it is that hard to find good accounts in the sea of pozz that is the global timeline.

Besides you still have autism on the free(er) instances including pozz'ed individuals that think they are hot shit for not blocking on sight.


 No.1028110

>>1027555

Martagon was made by Garçon, a diaperfag retard sjw. He forked it from GNU Social, a previously esoteric yet fully functional social network platform. Zoe Quinn was one of the first adopters to his retard network. Shortly after he blocked entire "problem" instances and broke the federation connection to his Mastadon multiple times.

Do not once think Mastadon is "Freetard's social networking"


 No.1028111

>>1028110

Meant.to reply to op


 No.1028351

>>1028111

>>1028110

Thanks for the (you), fag.


 No.1030543

File: 532cea2dbad349e⋯.jpg (62.9 KB, 960x712, 120:89, thisnigga.jpg)

Wow, haven't seen a thread this bad in a while.

Learn to use filters, and don't browse the federated feed, follow more people and unfollow them they annoy you or turn out to be boring.

It's that easy, and you don't even have to overreact.




 No.1019973[Reply]

Linux 5.0 to stop non-GPL kernel modules from using floating point or SIMD instructions in a thinly veiled attempt to kill ZFS (the only good FOSS filesystem) on Linux.

Mailing list discussion here, the people behind the decision don't even try to hide their disdain for ZFS even when other kernel developers say the decision will harm them

https://lore.kernel.org/lkml/CAB9dFdsZb-sZixeOzrt8F50h1pnUK2W2Cxx8+xjhgd0=6xs7iw@mail.gmail.com/#t

>My tolerance for ZFS is pretty non-existant.

Note that this will also kill the performance of all non-GPL crypto code and anything else that relies on vector instructions or floating point.

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 No.1027983

>>1027819

>What if the girl is a 500-year-old loli? Asking for a friend.

Shinobu Works.

>>1027824

>Also, can it detect "girl♂"? Asking for a different, more degenerate, friend.

It can.


 No.1027996

>>1027983 I also really wanna gang-rape traps with you!


 No.1028103

>>1020042

Linus isn't a cuck, but he got assfucked by evil jewish corporations, and recently the CIA. I'm not sure Theo is immune to what Linus wasn't.


 No.1028107

Does Theo have a family? That's the direction they're usually coming from.


 No.1030905

>>1020023

>zfs is bloat

I know this is a troll but I also know there are retards that actually believe this so I am replying for them.

I used to have issue after issue with files put into cold-storage for years at a time. Since I've moved to ZFS I've had no issue. It is the only filesystem for Linux that offers compression AND data/checksum redundancy so it's a must have for plebs who want to get into long term storage without the hassle of a bunch of little programs and potentially data corruption.




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 No.1027196[Reply]

Why aren't you using an unhackable kernel, /tech/?

>The kernel

https://sel4.systems/

>The OS

https://genode.org/

>Stated goal of improving practical usability in 2019

https://genode.org/about/road-map

>Papers

https://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~kleing/papers/sosp09.pdf

https://doi.org/10.1145/2560537

https://doi.org/10.1109/MSP.2012.41

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 No.1027560

>unbackable kernel

Yeah right, like anyone who's ever sold something as 'unhackable' hasn't been completely full of shit


 No.1027563

Putting the 'unhackable' bullshit aside, I'm more interested of seL4 as a microkernel. How is it compared to previous attempts at creating microkernels? I heard it's kinda fast, but I don't know if it's fast enough to be a serious alternative to monolithic ones.


 No.1027595

I'm a brainlet so explain to me in simplest terms how can an unhackable kernel exist and why other software can't be unhackable like seL4 as well?


 No.1027596

>>1027595

and oh could future DRM schemes borrow some ideas from seL4 and how catastrophic would that be?


 No.1027913

>>1027563

Well seL4, as its name implies, is a part of the L4 series. This paper provides some insight into the developments of L4 and seL4 in particular.

https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2893177




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 No.1024780[Reply]

Should hexnumbers be lower or uppercase?

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 No.1026487

>>1026469

>$DEADBEEF

or use parenthesis and sub-index (in mathematics)


 No.1026492

>>1026445

What are you confused about?


 No.1026493

>>1026492

the contradiction


 No.1026495

>>1026493

I don't follow.

The 7 in the image has whatever the numerical equivalent of a serif is, I'm of the opinion that 7's without these marks are inferior and thus should be considered "lower".

8ch's server changed my filename from "6++.png" to "6 .png" if that's what you mean.


 No.1027818

For Western Arabic decimal lithography, CAPITALS SHOULD CARTOGRAPH THE REPRESENTATION OF NUMBERS

E.i. 0x1EE7

base16(1EE7)

1EE7₁₆

Ideally you would >>1025010

>>1025067

And we already have symbols for those:

 ⢸, ⢹, ⢺, ⢻, ⢼, ⢽, ⢾, ⢿, ⣸, ⣹, ⣺, ⣻, ⣼, ⣽, ⣾, ⣿:

http://iiwiki.com/wiki/YellowApplan_numerals

>>1026441

This is quite literally a decimal system, not what's being discussed at all.

Here's quintal:

New: I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X

X XX XXX XL L LX LXX LXXX XC C

C CC CCC CD D DC DCC DCCC CM M

....

Old:

I II III IIII V VI VII VIII VIIII X

...




 No.1013134[Reply]

I tried searching the catalog here for threads about deep learning or machine learning and found none.

is there a board on 8ch dedcated to ML or deep learning?

yes some other site has an ML sub-read-it thing but I dont use that site

starting to understand different use case scenarios for things like estimators, discriminators, generators, etc - and trying to figure out custom structures of multiple algorythms. haven't yet gone deep with many layer NN systems, starting with simpler projects, but curious about all levels.

anybody else here working on ML yet?

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 No.1013328

also...

https://www.fast.ai/2016/10/09/diversity-in-ai/

https://www.fast.ai/2016/10/12/international/

https://www.fast.ai/2017/08/17/diversity-sponsors/

https://www.fast.ai/2017/01/28/diversity-international-part-ii/

Jesus Christ. This needs to be forked without this nonsense because the cuck's library made it extremely easy. I went through the first exercise a few weeks ago which does image recognition using the library.


 No.1016781

>>1013328

>by Rachel Thomas

found the problem anon.


 No.1016784

>"...My husband got relocated to New York City, so I moved there three and a half years ago, and became half stay-at-home dad"

why the fuck are you even promoting this shit here OP?


 No.1018762

>>1013328

save the edge for when you get to a skill level higher than "literally babby's first ml tutorial," this is just embarrassing


 No.1027798

ML/NN can now not only generate news reports and press releases out of fresh statistical data releases and schedules of public events, but also fake news.




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 No.1027693[Reply]

Why does anyone watch this retard niggerfaggot? I just watched this video for the hell of it, and in it he literally claims that using Cuckflare's 1.1.1.1 DNS will not only make your network more secure but also the concept in the video is it "Improves your phone's WiFi". Nothing he said in there has anything to do with Wireless Fidelity. He literally just changed the DNS settings and said "It's faster, goys!"

Who actually watches this faggot? This is only the second video I've ever seen by him. I thought "Maybe I judged this millenial faggot too early" but then, after watching this, I realized it is him and not me.

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 No.1030472

>>1027693

Yo swine_fuck! He is not ur typical tech reviewer who sucks intel's or nvidia's "cuck". Maybe that's y u r so niggered by him!


 No.1031017

>>1027716

Yes, this is the thing I don't understand at all.


 No.1032573

>>1027693

Most of his shit is garbage. Just unboxing of some "literally 70% of consumers won't even buy" literally brands trying to trump against each others with their flagship. Other than that he's a manlet, 5'4" to boot.

He was very rude when he got an appointment with the Shenzhen guy and it ended up terrible and also btfo by that other guy when he tried to reball a dead card with the oven trick.


 No.1032574


 No.1032606

Meh, it's shit on youtube. If you were a complete newb some his videos go over builds. Might be helpful. But they it's YouTube and they will probably censor him for having an Adam's apple soon.




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 No.1024641[Reply]

How do neighborhood power outages work exactly? Every time it rains a little or the wind blows, it seems power goes out for my entire region. I'm starting to suspect some asshole drives out to slap more duct-tape on and then leaves, feeling accomplished. Explain this shit to me.

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 No.1026992

>>1026016

>Cold fusion is safe. No explosions.

Something that doesn't exist cannot explode too, quite naturally.


 No.1027026

>>1026152 Pink hair means lewd! A pink hair girl is a slut! We should gang-rape her!


 No.1027629

>>1026922

>I don't live in America, but I have a solution. How about staying where you are? Then you don't need transportation. Also, don't leave the house, and when you break that rule, just walk. The world isn't going to end because of something like that, it is going to end because of everything else.

Me neither.

Decreasing number of people, producing food locally, producing things locally, by using 3D printers, sharing goods, knowledge. Sounds like utopia, or communism, but I can't see a better solution, until decent energy source shows up.


 No.1027663

>>1026922

>and when you break that rule, just walk

It's an hour and a half long round trip to go to the nearest store that sells food and 6 hours for going to an actual grocery store.


 No.1027752

As someone who has lived with underground wires the only real reason not to have them is the initial cost. They need less repairs, are less susceptible to outages, can't be knocked down, unlikely to ever be severed, and generally provide consistent electricity. Fact of the matter is that unless there is no one to supply electricity to above ground wires are worse in every category except initial cost.

Pathetic that in today's USA the only factor to consider is the cost. "oh, you want a quality product? nah, too much. we'd rather bilk you out of every cent we can by using nature as the fall guy. suck it up it costs too much"

Kike shit.




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 No.1009606[Reply]

https://archive.is/9bWCB

>Google has been forced to shut down a data analysis system it was using to develop a censored search engine for China after members of the company’s privacy team raised internal complaints that it had been kept secret from them, The Intercept has learned.

>The internal rift over the system has had massive ramifications, effectively ending work on the censored search engine, known as Dragonfly, according to two sources familiar with the plans. The incident represents a major blow to top Google executives, including CEO Sundar Pichai, who have over the last two years made the China project one of their main priorities.

>The dispute began in mid-August, when the The Intercept revealed that Google employees working on Dragonfly had been using a Beijing-based website to help develop blacklists for the censored search engine, which was designed to block out broad categories of information related to democracy, human rights, and peaceful protest, in accordance with strict rules on censorship in China that are enforced by the country’s authoritarian Communist Party government.

>The Beijing-based website, 265.com, is a Chinese-language web directory service that claims to be “China’s most used homepage.” Google purchased the site in 2008 from Cai Wensheng, a billionaire Chinese entrepreneur. 265.com provides its Chinese visitors with news updates, information about financial markets, horoscopes, and advertisements for cheap flights and hotels. It also has a function that allows people to search for websites, images, and videos. However, search queries entered on 265.com are redirected to Baidu, the most popular search engine in China and Google’s main competitor in the country. As The Intercept reported in August, it appears that Google has used 265.com as a honeypot for market research, storing information about Chinese users’ searches before sending them along to Baidu.

>According to two Google sources, engineers working on Dragonfly obtained large datasets showing queries that Chinese people were enterinPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.1027588

>>1018579

This. They wouldn't just stop


 No.1027609

I don't see anything wrong with Google collaborating with Chinese to develop a massively censored search engine. From what I read, China employs about ~40,000 people to monitor and report content to be filtered from the heavily censored Chinese internet. Google wouldn't be able to launch an uncensored version of their search engine in China, but I'm pretty sure that they didn't launch in anywhere else in the world either, at least after the point they became relevant.

Either way, all Google owned domains are blacklisted and outright blocked even before coming in contact with any electronic device within my household. I have a personal Great Firewall against (((them))) too. Jews can play their game somewhere else.


 No.1027686

>>1011898

well technically it was international organizations headquartered in the usa but the point that china would be nothing without the usa still stands


 No.1027704

File: 7f2251e8f70d097⋯.jpg (20.08 KB, 327x346, 327:346, 965cbb282d3c91a6.jpg)

>>1009633

> slippery slope fallacy


 No.1027749

>communism in action

<developers pissed they were kept in the dark

<expected communism to not stifle privacy

WEW LAD




 No.1027386[Reply]

How is "learn to code" a meme? I studied computer science and now I'm a software developer. It's a good career. And even if you don't do it for a living, it's a fun hobby. It's not that hard to learn full stack development.

Are people seriously trying to imply that coding is a bad thing? Or that it's too hard? What the hell? Are people really this lazy and dumb?

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 No.1027695

>>1027451

So normies simultaneously think they're better than us, and yet admit that they can't do what we do. Hmmm...


 No.1027721

"coding" is easy. You could even teach a retard to be a "coder." Just send them to a bootcamp and then have them do some artsy retard work like webdev.


 No.1027742

>>1027721

You're retarded, bootcamps never work. At most it's experience a starbucks employee might put on their resume.


 No.1027744

>>1027742

I imagine they "get something working" by calling lots of prebuilt routines? I did a silly coursera Machine learning course (free) and it was quite like that. Most of the exercises involved hooking in to a prewritten database to create the illusion of great productivity.


 No.1027745

>>1027744

*database -> codebase




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 No.1020390[Reply]

>Debian Account Managers and (((anti-harrassment))) team called out Norbert Prening over muh incorrect usage of pronouns and other (((disrespectful))) communication

https://lists.debian.org/debian-project/2018/12/msg00032.html

https://archive.md/MKCpx

>All his blog posts regarding that SJW

https://archive.md/0wayU

https://archive.md/VoDzr

>Prening: XML is a "convolutive pile of shit"

https://archive.md/8dmfL

>Prening finally recognizes that systemDick is cancer:

https://archive.md/vi21n

Leddit threads:

https://archive.md/i5beG (discussion thread, shoah'd)

https://archive.md/MS9GO (being this triggered over internal political FOSS drama)

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 No.1026874

>>1020519

Kill yourself retard.


 No.1026881

>>1020635

>The most disturbing thing I have found about openSUSE are their song parodies, but I haven't looked into them at all beyond that.

Damn, why I never heard about this?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYRlTISvjww

I mean they aren't great, but they are better than I expected...


 No.1026888

Look at the title of this very recent leddit KiA submission:

> a debian contributor had his blog removed

https://archive.fo/6Hq1e

Actually misleading. Preining's blog's only removed from the PLANET DEBIAN network, not taken offline completely.


 No.1027725

NEW UPDATES

>Ian Jackson of the "Anti-Harassment Team" called for fellow people on the mailing list to share their experiences with Preining

http://archive.fo/nnq3U

>A few devs said that this "evidence-gathering" was a bad idea

http://archive.li/oB4oC

http://archive.li/hTYWI

http://archive.li/TBbE4

>Jackson then withdraws his attempt

http://archive.li/Ttl9u

>A couple of dev responses after the above

http://archive.li/bkqQR

http://archive.li/zCnba

>Meanwhile Preining moves all of his Debian packages to cuckhub, but you need to manually sign them with his new key if you want to install them

http://archive.li/zCnba


 No.1027727

>>1027725

Whoops I posted the last link wrong

http://archive.li/Duh9A




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 No.1026328[Reply]

Can anyone confirm that Huawei poses any additional security risks to individual users other than the narrative that (((they))) are pushing?

I have just been listening to some (((political discussion))) on Chinese Technology -

https://endchan.xyz/.media/7c59f0b78524dc6279d2c0c580d60b7d-audiompeg.mp3 -

and one of the things they spoke about was Huawei.

The current meme that (((they))) are pushing is that Huawei poses a security risk.

Let me point out though that what Huawei is being accused of, are the same things that the NSA has been doing as was pointed out in Edward Snowden's leaks.

I also think about the idea that there is an unspoken but obvious Technology Trade War between China and the U.S..

(((Them))) making statements and pushing the idea of, "Chinese Tech Is A Security Risk," and "Huawei is controlled by the Chinese Government," makes people paranoid and causes them to not buy Huawei products.

With the advent of 5G coming, (((they))) want us to believe that the chinks want to spy on ordinary citizens.

(((They))) don't want Chinese Tech Companies to make money causing (((them))) to lose market dominance.

And, (((who))) said there is no Trade War?

But, with all that commentary, you can see why I think that, "Huawei is bad," is bullshit.

Please confirm.

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 No.1027286

>>1026460

i have a huawei phone and can watch all these topics, on youtube, I don't plan on visiting china anytime soon


 No.1027287


 No.1027309

American, Chinese, Russian, doesn't matter. If it's consumer hardware then its botnet. Only difference is which nation get first dibs on your contact list and porn collection before the other nations discover a hack for it.

>>1026460

>that one chinese lurker who just had their social score drop to "recommend internment camp" levels because the botnet detected these keywords on their screen.


 No.1027690

>>1026856

kai feng


 No.1027719

>>1026413

You can't know. Same for any other product. Being realistic you should assume every electronic you own is bugged, but most of it won't be activated on you since you're not important enough to risk detection.

>>1027286

You can visit China even if you bring with you books on all these topics (they may confiscate them though). Chinks are pretty clever with their censorship, they don't care what foreigners can access and even have different filters for different parts of the country.




 No.1025914[Reply]

Wine 4.0, the newest stable release, has been released on 2019-01-22.

> The Wine team is proud to announce that the stable release Wine 4.0 is now available.

>

> This release represents a year of development effort and over 6,000 individual changes. It contains a large number of improvements that are listed in the release notes below. The main highlights are:

>

> - Vulkan support.

> - Direct3D 12 support.

> - Game controllers support.

> - High-DPI support on Android.

>

> The source is available now. Binary packages are in the process of being built, and will appear soon at their respective download locations.

https://www.winehq.org/news/2019012201

More detailed list of changes:

https://www.winehq.org/announce/4.0

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 No.1027652

>>1027632

>GNU doesn't work without Linux, so it's Linux.

GNU works with the Hurd and different kernels of BSD systems, it doesn't need Linux.

>Your body doesn't work without water, so you're water

>A program doesn't work without a computer, so the program is the computer

Is it clear now?


 No.1027659

>>1027443

Android is BSD/googlepatched-linux_with a twist so it just runs lk during boot and doesn't violate gpl


 No.1027662

>>1027632

>GNU doesn't work without Linux, so it's Linux.

GNU can work with other kernels, and Linux can work with other userland. Neither GNU nor Linux can work on their own, so neither is a complete operating system. GNU/Linux is the bare minimum to get a functional operating system.


 No.1027751

This thread is just a Wine damage control. It was fucking garbage in 3 and it's the same in 4. Why do you need vulkan support on Linux the main beneficiary of it. Why not have it before? Garbage.


 No.1027755

>>1027632

GNU can actually work in some places without Linux. Just because yours doesn't doesn't change the fact that GNU works. Linux can work without GNU but a system with just Linux alone doesn't achieve very much. Android's Linux fork still remains Linux because the main character is still Linux with other bits attached.




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 No.1003925[Reply]

Interesting numbers on the usage for Rust in Firefox from Nov 1st 2017 to Nov 1st 2018:

Rust usage by lines of code has gone up from 3.7% to 6.24%.

We now have a total of 405,379 lines of Rust vs 6,091,861 lines of C/C++.

More interestingly at this point the amount of Rust has increased by 172,839 lines of code vs 38,241 for C/C++. This is the cumulative amount of additions and removals over the last year. For a large part of the year C++ was trending down.

So at this point we've added 4.5X as much Rust as C/C++ over the past year! Note: this number is volatile as we tend to add large chunks of code on both sides (think WebRTC, WebRender, etc). Overall it looks like we're trending towards adding more Rust and removing more C++

How does this make you feel, /tech/?

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 No.1027619

>>1004630

TERRY LIVES ON!


 No.1027620

>>1027618

Both Firefox and Chrome have been Webassembly ready for a while.


 No.1027621

>>1027612

>I'm starting to believe there are shills

/tech/ is full of anti Rust shills


 No.1027622

>>1005938

You do realize that even ungoogled chromium still establishes connection to Google Mountain View CA IP address?

It's fricking botnets.

>I didn't read the article

Maybe you can even prove it yourself, Just get proxifier and monitor the connections yourself or if you're not stupid just use the native RESMON program and match the PID with the rogue connections or better yet configure firewall logs over your unlocked router and if not then use a packet sniffer over the same network with another PC or itself.


 No.1027649

>>1005898

why are you quoting those shit websites as some sort of proof my dude?




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 No.1001333[Reply]

https://adventofcode.com/

It's near to that time of year again, people, and the reddit competition will soon start up again. Are you going to let those twitter trannies win? Or are you going to prove your compsci degree was worth something?

(protip: it wasn't, watch as some jap codes the whole thing in assembly naked atop mt. Fuji)

What is it?

Advent of code's a programming advent calendar. 2 problems a day for every day of advent, you paste the output data into a text box. You need to register via one of a few 3rd-party websites, because there's a leaderboard: first person to complete a day's challenges get 100 points to his total, second 99, so on. If I remember correctly, someone from 4chan came first last year, but don't quote me on that.

The site's a bit cancerous, especially the sign-up thing, but it's still pretty fun. Try out a new language, or have some fun getting back to basics with one you already know.

I'll be doing it in C, with a little helper library for quickly reading files. How about you, anon?

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 No.1027591

>>1027589

Monospace.


 No.1027597

>>1027589

Terminus :^)


 No.1027599

>>1027589

mononoki


 No.1027602

>>1027589

Times New Roman


 No.1027603

>>1027589

whatever's default




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 No.1027067[Reply]

>C takes safety and places it into the programmer's hands.

>If there's a problem with a program, it's because the programmer fucked up in one instance.

OH NoNOnoNONo.... OHOHH NOOOONOONONO.... BAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHA

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 No.1027575

>>409188

My point is that it's easy to separate actual content from syntax noise when you don't use words for both. That's why sane syntaxes use punctuation for that.


 No.1027579

>C/C++ thread gets bumplocked

>Rust thread doesn't

Is varg a Rustfag????


 No.1028016

>>1027067

What is the "C/C++" language? I've never heard of it.


 No.1029824

>>1027213

Please, be bait.


 No.1029888

>>1029824

Nope. That is pure C/C++ retardation.




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