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  1. Thread: New Girl

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    Not to discourage you from learning C/C++, they...

    Not to discourage you from learning C/C++, they are awesome languages, but they have a steeper learning curve and take years to master them and write proper code ready for production. Since your goal...
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    That spelling and grammar is certainly not...

    That spelling and grammar is certainly not unprecedented for the tweety bird president.


    I have the witty response, the best witty response, believe me! ...

    Sincerely,
    -Covfefe
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    I can understand your frustration, however you...

    I can understand your frustration, however you might be surprised that this mentality is widely prevalent in open source. Some developers state this explicitly on their Github page. Something to the...
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    Here is an "silly authentic" one: Monty Python -...

    Here is an "silly authentic" one: Monty Python - Repressed Citizen - YouTube
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    quzah is that you?

    quzah is that you?
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    It depends where it is popular: For example, I...

    It depends where it is popular: For example, I don't see it popular among the "enterprisey" stuff where Java (this century's COBOL) still rules.
    For scientists, statisticians, automation, sports...
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    You don't sound quite optimistic, do you? Here is...

    You don't sound quite optimistic, do you? Here is a guy that does: Ray Kurzweil - Wikipedia
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    On that thread, you were too late to the BF party...

    On that thread, you were too late to the BF party https://cboard.cprogramming.com/general-discussions/171353-can-you-count-ten-post1260432.html#post1260432
    Congrats on your interpreter. :)
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    I don't understand, what could they possibly gain...

    I don't understand, what could they possibly gain by defacing a programming forum? Looks like the work of some cretin.
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    Well, it looks like the circus just got into...

    Well, it looks like the circus just got into town. Jury is still out on how it is going to perform for the audience.

    Here is the next POTUS election prediction:
    Kim Kadarshian (Make America Great...
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    We have probably made...

    We have probably made 1e-1000000000000000000000000000% progress in this area. So I think any theory, at this stage is not a bad one. It might sound stupid or dumb, then again it might not be.
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    Simulation theory

    I saw the other "Matrix" thread and got reminded of all the "Simulation Theory" stuff floating around and getting backed by some billionaires. There has been even reports of some wealthy gentlemen...
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    I am surprised no one has cited Nintendo's suing...

    I am surprised no one has cited Nintendo's suing spree on its fanbase.
    Here is one for start: A History of Nintendo Fanworks Cancelled by Nintendo Legal Action - Gaming Reinvented

    IOW, you have...
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    My vote is for President Camacho...

    My vote is for President Camacho!
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    The outcome looks more like sliding towards...

    The outcome looks more like sliding towards Clinton. Despite what casual observation of the 2nd debate suggests, polls show 57% Clinton and 34% Trump. But I gotta say as an outsider, I am astonished...
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    Here is a version with newline (goo.gl/6Q1aqG) ...

    Here is a version with newline

    ++++++++[>++++++>++++++>+<<<-]>>>++<<<+++++++++[>+.>>.<<<-]>>+.-.

    I had to "cheat" for "10" in both versions but oh well..
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    In a language that may not be named:...

    In a language that may not be named:

    ++++++++[>++++++>++++++<<-]><+++++++++[>+.<-]>>+.-.
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    Wow and I thought I was old. Here is my list:...

    Wow and I thought I was old.

    Here is my list:
    Windows 98
    Windows XP
    Windows Vista Home basic SP 1 (Still using it - rock solid except few glitches with audio driver)
    RedHat Linux
    Linux...
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    First, Great job, the code is easy on the eyes. ...

    First, Great job, the code is easy on the eyes.

    Second, Are you sure that the 2/25 cases are failing due to time limit exceeded and not due to a wrong answer? If yes, since you are iterating...
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    abachler & Mario F. in the same thread after a...

    abachler & Mario F. in the same thread after a long time. *Goes out of the basement to buy popcorn*

    Welcome back, abachler! Long time, no C.
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    *slow clap/face palm* How on earth did you find...

    *slow clap/face palm*
    How on earth did you find this information?




    I used this http://practicalcryptography.com/media/cryptanalysis/files/break_simplesub_2.py

    It probably would have (If I...
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    I took a crack at it by using python program I...

    I took a crack at it by using python program I found on the internet to crypt-analyze a substitution cipher but the program returned 0 meaningful results. :-(

    Could this message be "Be sure to...
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    Fair enough, most discoveries in that list are...

    Fair enough, most discoveries in that list are great in its own respect. For example, LIGO in that list is really really great, but it should be noted that it confirmed what Einstein postulated...
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    Where are the genius(es) ?

    The last major scientific breakthrough was made in 1905 by Albert Einstein (Golden year for physics). Ever since it has been pretty dull. World population has increased several times since which...
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    I used a software called Typing Master Pro (not...

    I used a software called Typing Master Pro (not free, I believe) back when I learned to touch type almost 7 or 8 years back. By the end of the course, I was able to reach a speed of 45 wpm (not...
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