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File: 4c52f4c0a269935⋯.png (2.15 KB, 221x77, 221:77, THEFUCK.png)

 No.927502[Reply]

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 No.932686

>gift

>but gif is jif xd

>png is ping

>but jpg is jay pee gee

who makes those rules?


 No.932726

>>932657

>richard marx stallman

fuck off commie


 No.932774

File: bded75169b7d860⋯.png (12.54 KB, 639x782, 639:782, 1523201180424465591.png)

>>931777 (checked)

dog bless :DDDD


 No.933453

Fuck all of this, it's 'peng'

Biggest fuckup of all is calling a gif 'jiff'. Last I checked, 'graphics' doesn't start with the 'j' sound


 No.933455

>>933453

no graphics is pronounced hjraffics and the j is silent




File: 5e37a61d32f3193⋯.jpeg (49.27 KB, 809x462, 809:462, 2018.06.19bittorrent.jpeg)

 No.932457[Reply]

Guess what? They'll use the whole network, clients aside, to mine meme coins.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-06-19/bittorrent-sells-140-million-blockchain-startup-tron

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 No.932940

>>932854

2011 actually


 No.933010

>>932920

Welcome to globalism. Between the printing press and the purchase, that money was earned by nobody.


 No.933451

If you use BitTorrent or a new version of uTorrent you should be kicked off the internet.

>>932563

STOP RIGHT THERE PIRATE


 No.933508

>>933451

BitTorrent is a file transfer protocol written for distributing large binaries in low-latency situations or greater. µTorrent is a proprietary client for the BitTorrent protocol.


 No.933879

>>932457

What the fuck is BitTorrent? That reference client or whatever which nobody ever used?

>all this autistic debate over hashes

if bittorrent used secure hashes (instead of sha1) they'd only allow you to verify that the files described in the torrent file are the ones you received from your peers, end of story. this means if a "secure" HTTPS website served you a bittorrent file, you'd be sure you got the files the website intended you to have




File: fe3cb0b2c768283⋯.webm (15.99 MB, 747x420, 249:140, Tokio Funka Gumi.webm)

 No.930263[Reply]

How in the fug can Jewgle expect their RFOSS codecs to achieve widespread adoption rivaling that of AVC when the AV1 reference encoder runs at the speed of olympic molluscs with a 10% chance of shitting out a valid bitstream?

VP9 so far has only been adopted by Jewtube and the occasional Cambodian stone carving forum while its HEVC adversary is seeing slow but steady adoption by weebs and even hardware manufacturers despite being riddled with royalties and confusing patent licensing schemes.

If you could design your own ideal digital video coding standard regardless of patent/copyright infringement what would you put in it /tech/?

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 No.931664

>>931561

>>930753

>>931277

cpu-used 0 in VP9 is for extreme qualityfags only. 1 is a lot faster with only slightly lower quality, while everything above 1 is inefficient (should just go ahead and use x264 instead if you were going to use a cpu-used value above 1)


 No.931780

>>931661

A partial HW decoder via software update might be possible as AV1 is sort of an extended fork of VP9, but any sort of quarter-decent AV1 HW encoding will definitely require a custom ASIC.

Judging by how unreliable the current reference decoder/encoder are we're probably at least 2-3 years from these sorts of thingsgiving MPEG and friends more time to sort out their patented HEVC licensing faggotry.**


 No.931793

>>931108

Try opening a h.265 video with a browser (like most non-/tech/fags would).


 No.931867

>>931108

What kind of outdated piece of shit are you running that can't even render the up/down symbols?


 No.933375

>>931867

he's blocking fonts




 No.932610[Reply]

I've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming language for the past month or two(i have some experience in java and C) but I just can't get into it. How can I motivate myself to actually learn a language and what are the best resources for beginners? Every time I try to get into it I find myself getting distracted and i'm dumb as fuck with programming concepts, i need to find somewhere where i can learn them.

>tfw brainlet

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 No.933281

>>933190

JS is popular, but teaches you less than python does and lots of its lessons don't carry over. Array mapping, promises and arrow notation don't exist out of JS, and that's assuming you're learning ES6


 No.933283

>>933281

Promises are a thing in Rust and C++


 No.933289

I've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming languageI've been trying to learn Rust as my first programming language


 No.933293

It depends on what you want to achieve. Generally spoken, I would suggest you start with C. It's 'outdated' but a very good fundament for many other languages and rather easy to learn. You can go very low-level in C, even ASM-inlines are possible. C does not forgive mistakes. If you make an error, e.g. a buffer-overlow, your program will crash. That's the way you learn to write clean and beautiful code.

Learn to love the pointer :)


 No.933300

>>933283

The more you know I guess. Either way, JS has a bunch of autism that other languages don't.




File: 28c7043583fd815⋯.mp4 (14.54 MB, 640x360, 16:9, EU.mp4)

 No.923036[Reply]

The last thread >>922865 was locked because of insufficient information in the OP.

In the attached mp4, the narrator talks about how a newly proposed EU law would effectively eliminate any ability to link to other materials for any purpose without a license. Apparently, there is a push for a petition that anyone including people outside of the EU can sign. You can read the article dude is referring to here http://archive.fo/qoaPu .

Does anyone think this is all what has happened after the US gave up DNS control to ICANN? http://archive.fo/2Rc45 I know it's certainly the result of reducing the NSFNet into what we call the Internet today.

Since 2016, we've seen Russia ban VPN's and proxies, Europe pass GDPR, the US eliminate net-neutrality whatever that was and also pass CLOUD and FOSTA. Is this all coincidence, or is the Internet being broken apart literally as we speak? Will there be in a few years, licenses that people have to obtain to request traffic from EU, or China, or Russia, or US, or Canada? Will there be increased costs by the ISP on the consumer for assuming these licenses to give accesses to these areas?

All of these laws work differently and by their execution carve the Internet up into pieces that can't work cohesively. They effectively eliminate any kind of discourse and dissemination of ideas, the original academic purpose of the Internet. While hyperbolic for the time being, that exaggeration does not dismiss the real possibility that the Internet will be shattered and incompatible.

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 No.933144

>>933134

>Illegal p2p news networks when?

Now >>>/tech/917924


 No.933150

>>933144

>tor nodes

ToR nodes are not safe at all.


 No.933152

>>923036

>>923050

Use the .onion version of 8chan if shit starts getting censroed


 No.933153

>>933152

most boards don't allow tor posting for some reason and torchan doesn't work anymore


 No.933165

>>923799

Back before the web got all subverted, nobody on the Internet cared how old you were, only that you didn't behave like a dick (i.e. netiquette). And it was assumed that parents monitored their kids, instead of letting them roam freely. There was a ton of porn on Usenet, even stuff that /b/ mods will delete because the models look or are under 18. Well it was completely unmoderated, after all. If you didn't like someone, you had to killfile them yourself, not assume a nanny moderator was going to do it for you. The tight controls and moderation only came about when normies and the corporations that ride them like flees showed up and completely took over this joint. Now it's fucked, and there isn't really anything to salvage from the web, although you can still have some fun in gopherland and other text-only places that are completely alien to normies (and probably will always remain that way).

Imageboards were born into a web that was already subverted. That 18+ CYOA legal phrase makes the assumption that parents aren't doing their jobs and the nanny state is going to take care of it and already has the power to do so. That's the beginning of subversion, that starts with emotional appeals like "save the children". Nevermind the children are getting fucked with drugs by the pharmaceutical industry, or getting fucked literally by migrants in some cases (and covered up by the police and politicians). Nevermind they're being brainwashed from kindergarden to high school graduation, by a school system that's designed to teach submission to authority and other things expected of non-thinking, reactive, emotional slaves.




File: 9a73c5357288bfe⋯.png (43.5 KB, 631x453, 631:453, Screenshot_2018-06-20_18-5….png)

 No.932743[Reply]

Tinder is making a petition to add IR couple to emoji. https://emoji.tinder.com/

Do you think that falls within the original spec and intention of unicode? I personally think that if they have gay couples and skin tone modifiers they should also have IR couples. But the best result would be keeping everything abstract. So each emoji would be genderless/raceless. Looking forward to hear your opinions.

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 No.934516

File: dd11f6394acd7ff⋯.jpg (48.18 KB, 1080x1080, 1:1, loveislove.jpg)


 No.934747

>>933045

This is so fucking critical.

They made them YELLOW. Like LEGO. No bias at all. They're humanoids, functioning humans successfully anthropomorphized them, everything was fine. This would never have been a fucking issue except SV striver faggots had to find a new way to turn themselves inside out over niggerdick and so stirred their melaninized pets into a frenzy demanding "representation" in smartphone hieroglyphs, when the status quo was defacto universal representation. Representation just meant explicit niggers.


 No.934836

File: 4bcdce26178edd2⋯.jpg (102.41 KB, 450x644, 225:322, JebBushWife.jpg)

>>934516

goblino!


 No.937446

>>933276

Go back


 No.938239




File: 6a90d5a25ef79c2⋯.png (422.11 KB, 1024x576, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

 No.927038[Reply]

https://saveyourinternet.eu/

We're reaching the final stretch boys. If any of you live in the Eurozone Or you've got a VPN and a good grasp on a foreign language then please, by all means, try any of the three methods to spread awareness and tell your MEPs (preferably those of already Euroskeptic countries such as Poland, Italy or Austria) to veto this shit.

Highlights include:

>You can't crosslink anymore if an automatic copyright infringement bots says so, so say goodbye to all your Mega links to vidya

>You can't use items under Fair Use laws if the bot says so, again, meaning you can't make your own articles or reviews

>You're not allowed to parody, so all those dank videos of CIA and Bane doing wacky things together are at risk

The only good news is that it would mean the end of shit like Twitch and Reddit, but you all know where they're going to move towards if this shit passes spoiler: they'll become our rapefugees

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 No.932711

The thing passed.

So seriously, since news aggregator are vitals to be able to rightfully exploit news daily, I'll go blind on every day news.

But I think that I have enough to react the right way to whatever happen.


 No.932729

>>932698

Same on the extreme end, they fake it or they make you vote again and they don't listen to the people only the unelected beurocrats and businesses because they have money.

>>932711

I don't think it was even mentioned in the news here, I want to leave the EU.


 No.932730

>>932729

I meant same on the other end of eu


 No.932984

>>927038

>all those dank videos of CIA and Bane doing wacky things together are at risk

Where are you from?


 No.932987

Euro demosceners are some of the smartest ppl on the planet in terms of lateral, autistic intellgence.

If we could devise some carrot + stick way of getting them into parliament it would surely be better than the current situation.




File: 30c38a19ed462c1⋯.gif (432.16 KB, 300x580, 15:29, 1524928670098.gif)

 No.906901[Reply]

How do you cope with your internet footprint?

I have dozens of account from different websites and i write all of my accounts to notebook with password-name-e mail etc. And now i feeling like shit cause i am literally swiming in botnet and i think i should clean some of them but i cant delete some accounts and i dont know where to start??

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 No.928511

>>928505

literally this but myspace


 No.932509

Isn't it safer to just forget about them?

If I try to actively delete them won't it draw attention to me?


 No.932876


 No.932881

>>918116

>Delivered to your location though?

I have wondered the same thing. How can we deal with this??


 No.932906

>>928510

>1) is google captcha able to deanonymise a tor browser user?

not unless they use some sort of exploit we don't know about, Tor browser is supposed to be prepared for these things, that's why it comes with js enabled by default.




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File: 1ed3dd405e57225⋯.jpg (46.91 KB, 450x600, 3:4, 1ed3dd405e57225c941bbe28d2….jpg)

 No.929254[Reply]

By Brian Fagioli

The world is crazy right now. We have a reality TV star in the White House, and day after day, there are unbelievable things being reported in the news. Sometimes I wonder if I am dreaming, but sadly, this is real life. Try as I might, I can't wake up.

You know what else is crazy? The Linux Foundation is officially endorsing Microsoft's acquisition of GitHub! OK, maybe that isn't so crazy nowadays, but if you could get in a time machine and go back, say, 10 years, and you told people that not only was Microsoft an official Linux Foundation Member, but the foundation was endorsing the Windows-maker's purchase of a massive repository that hosts millions of open source projects, you'd probably be put in an asylum.

"Should the open source community be concerned? Probably not. Buying GitHub does not mean Microsoft has engaged in some sinister plot to 'own' the more than 70 million open source projects on GitHub. Most of the important projects on GitHub are licensed under an open source license, which addresses intellectual property ownership. The trademark and other IP assets are often owned by a non-profit like The Linux Foundation. And let’s be quite clear -- the hearts and minds of developers are not something one buys -- they are something one earns," says Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, The Linux Foundation.

Zemlin further says, "Why would Microsoft do this? It seems simple to me. Steve Ballmer was half right with his famous 'developers, developers, developers' cheer. He just didn't factor in the 'open source' developers that he famously discounted. Satya Nadella has righted that oversight in a spectacular way this week. Microsoft has always loved developers and wants to make a business of providing developers with great tools in order to help them to create great technology. It is literally their mission on the about page of their web site: 'To empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.' Today more than 28 million of those developers are on GitHub."

While many hardcore Linux and open source purists will decry Zemlin's gushing praise of Microsoft, he isn'Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.932397

File: 4187caccce93334⋯.png (188.47 KB, 313x449, 313:449, 1449588890860.png)

I went to plebbit to see what they were up to.

They're advocating people stay on github because "m-microsoft is not that evil g-guise" "pls com back".

These are the same people who allow poetteringware in their distros.


 No.932405

>>932123

>Fagioli threads

>a problem

How new are you?


 No.932646

>>931985

See, there are people guiding GNU/Linux systems in specific directions and people who simply comply.

When you look at how the systemd thing worked out, you see that you're basically right: people made forks and distros with different init systems, but you're also wrong: the people who simply comply are the majority and the forks never became the standard.

Now imagine Microsoft gifts a random open source project that happens to make things easier for their products,may it WSL support, azure crap or whatever - the payed majority will "love“ it and even if distros without Microsoft sponsored product recommendations in grep show up: people will use whats popular.

Microsoft has a huge impact and the Linux foundation already has a Microsoft employee in the leadership. There are LF conferences where Microsoft has the keynote - and people just swallow it.


 No.932789

>>932782

shut the fuck up


 No.932835

>>929368

(1) The SFC went full SJW retard, and has for some time. Years. (2) The SFLC didn't, but isn't free of its own stupid. (3) The LF reacted, when it was more sane, to protect itself from both (since no one could tell where the crazy was coming from)(Karen Sandler, extortion maintenance fees, Pottering Syndromes).

The GPL, LGPL, v23, CDDL, BSD, et al, never mattered. Not to these players. In the past, and to some battles won and done, there was some substance. But that's been over for some time now, and the true colors of all the above accounts came out years ago.

Don't get confused.




File: 6a962ff52986daa⋯.jpg (29.92 KB, 520x292, 130:73, cinnamon.jpg)

 No.926440[Reply]

Why is Cinnamon the best DE? No other DE I've tried is as customizeable and loaded with keyboard shortcuts. Best file manager too, just a simple ctrl+tab doesn't work in any other file manager I've tried when working with multiple tabs open.

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 No.932439

>>932431

Elves are really fucking soy tbqh.


 No.932516

File: e78cfe894e8cc81⋯.png (1.69 MB, 1436x1080, 359:270, mpv-shot0011.png)

>>932431

Thanks, fellow fella of good fellowship and fellow shared tastes.


 No.932524

>>926440

I like it alot, linux mint is just botnet af


 No.932603

>>932524

>botnet af

On point African


 No.932732

>>926442

>Well Linux Mint is VERY insecure

It is. That's why I don't use LM itself. Cinnamon does look very nice on Calculate Linux however.




 No.927263[Reply]

I went on the Palememe forum because I wanted to make a thread explaining how to use it with Tor without getting blocked from 99% of the web (because 99% sits behind Cuckflare).

>You aren't allowed to perform this action.

>

>You are most likely seeing this page because you are attempting to post or access restricted members areas from a TOR relay.

>This forum does not allow posting of content or accessing certain pages from the TOR anonymity network due to previous abuse.

>

>For full functionality, please do not use the TOR network.

Oh well. To use Palememe with Tor all you have to do is this set your user agent to

Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; rv:52.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/52.0

This can be done in any Firecuck fork by setting general.useragent.override in about:config. This works because Tor Browser is currently able to view any Cloudfare website so all you need to do is make your headers look mostly the same.

Palememe also sets the accept header to some retarded bullshit (image/jxr,*/*) which triggers Cuckflare for equally retarded reasons, causing you to not be able to view any images. This is solved by setting image.http.accept to */* in about:config.

Anyway Palememe is retarded as fuck about everything they do such as this blocking Tor from their forum and blocking plugins. What's a better web browser that supports CSS and toggleable JS, etc?

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 No.932495

>>930920

>Crashing a market = terrorism

That's a little bit of an extreme claim. I think refusal to accept something on the free market is completely just.


 No.932634

>>932190

Nice photo, is that you?


 No.932641

>Are furries retarded?

Duuuh


 No.932655

>>927273

Or you can use the official EME-free binary from Mozilla. Or you could simply disable EME from the Settings menu, like any non-faggot does.

>hardened

>disable Rust

Wew lad.


 No.932662

>>927263

Palemoon is shit.

It's shit because the rampant furfaggotry.

All I wish for is a fork that strips the furfaggotry.

Just call it: Dumpster Fire browser.




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 No.930034[Reply]

https://groups.google.com/forum/?nomobile=true#!topic/comp.os.minix/wlhw16QWltI%5B1-25%5D

Don`t get me wrong, I am not unhappy with LINUX. It will get all the people

who want to turn MINIX in BSD UNIX off my back. But in all honesty, I would

suggest that people who want a MODERN "free" OS look around for a

microkernel-based, portable OS, like maybe GNU or something like that.

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 No.931962

>>930096

>sarah sharp

didn't that cunt quit already? she left with a wimper and no one missed her, hahahahah.


 No.931973

File: 7887b49120ceb1b⋯.png (609.55 KB, 1500x1500, 1:1, 7887b49120ceb1b199c68325c4….png)

>>931962

>sarah sharp

There's no such person anymore.


 No.931976

>>931973

sad.

Imagine being a company with enough money to consolt another company for being more inclusive. rofl


 No.932310

>>931318

>and making laughably bad attempts at looking tough

If >>931973 is any indication, she's learned at this point that the correct way to threaten people is to go after people's money, family and reputation in the form of multinational-backed browbeating/henpecking to conform with corporate approved political stances.


 No.932323

>>930469

Only fags would use a failed OS anyway




File: 953d8d955c7c8b5⋯.png (297.15 KB, 875x472, 875:472, ClipboardImage.png)

 No.926499[Reply]

Don't give your DNA to a company!!!

>Hacked: 92 Million Account Details for DNA Testing Service "MyHeritage"

>On Monday MyHeritage announced a security researcher had uncovered tens of millions of account details for recent customers, including email addresses and hashed passwords.

>Users of the Israeli-based company can create family trees and search through historical records to try and uncover their ancestry.

>In January 2017, Israeli media reported the company has some 35 million family trees on its website.

>In all, the breach impacted 92,283,889 users, according to MyHeritage’s disclosure.

>https://archive.fo/VzhbF

>https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/vbqyvx/myheritage-hacked-data-breach-92-million

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 No.931550

>>931531

if you're black and in the third world, why bother paying for this test? who cares, you'll die before 30 in some gangs weekly shootout. why are you even in this thread?


 No.931584

>>931531

DNA test to see if the kids are yours, depends of how many niggress you got preggo after a party, using the company to cut costs ?


 No.931614

>>931550

>>931584

because i wanna see if We Wuz Kangz or not, obviously.

I could be the next walking and breathing wakanda boy.

also my dick is only medium-sized so i wanna know who was the white-cuck who bleached my perfect bull genes by fucking a slave


 No.931646

>>931531

>third worlders are allowed to post here


 No.932175

>>931646

If he was really a nigger in the third world, why would he be here?

The third world doesn't have computers, nor do they have enough time to use them between getting attacked by other untermenschen and begging the aid vans for gibs.




File: 0e6ba662d61a706⋯.jpeg (43.59 KB, 391x376, 391:376, image.jpeg)

 No.909691[Reply]

I want to start a wordpress blog my thoughts on certain things (philosophical, political) and I'm held back by thinking this data will somehow be processed. My writing style, ideas and associations will inevitably make a profile of me.

I know that that's the point of a blog but my question is - is it safe?

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 No.912211

>>910767

>Yes.

justify it


 No.921817

>>909743

>just a text-only blog.

Text is illegal where I live tho, sometimes.


 No.922137

Self-host.


 No.922164


 No.932156

>>909691

>>909691

>Go make your own blog

>Maybe learn something about networking too

What about trying some networking for go back to reddit?




File: 0543afcb3f1a5e6⋯.jpg (40.52 KB, 639x599, 639:599, dontlogic.jpg)

 No.932030[Reply]

Is emacs harder to learn than vim?

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 No.932135

>>932030

No, GNU Emacs has better docs and tutorial. GNU Emacs' keybindings are easier to remember since they are based on mnemonics. But both editors are just as efficient and good; it's just matter of your personal preference.

also, why another vim vs. emacs thread?


 No.932136

There is already a fucking thread treating this question.

What the fuck are doing the mods.

I'm not even talking about OP who can't fucking use a search engine.


 No.932147

>>932030

Can one claim that he truly learned Emacs..?


 No.932151

>>932135

>why another vim vs. emacs thread?

because summer and little to no moderation


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