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#7255 Dodano: 16-01-2014 22:45. Głosów: 43 + |  -
Z dokumentacji node.js (https://npmjs.org/doc/json.html):

homepage
The url to the project homepage.

NOTE: This is not the same as "url". If you put a "url" field, then the registry will think it's a redirection to your package that has been published somewhere else, and spit at you.

Literally. Spit. I'm so not kidding.
#7242 Dodano: 12-01-2014 17:59. Głosów: 4 + |  -
# Session object must exist for security
use Session;
$$params{'Session'} = Session->GetAnonSession();
#7233 Dodano: 07-01-2014 22:40. Głosów: 204 + |  -
From a Open Source program mailing list:
<Questioner> Is there a way to add more connection points to an object in the editor?
<Developer> No, this is was an issue for quite some time now.
<Questioner> And you didn't fix it?
<Developer> We discovered 3 good ways to fix this issue but there are various cases when some of them are better than the other. We're not sure which to implement, so we didn't.
#7231 Dodano: 06-01-2014 15:27. Głosów: 189 + |  -
If you move your mouse pointer continuously while the data is being returned to Microsoft Excel, the query may not fail. Do not stop moving the mouse until all the data has been returned to Microsoft Excel.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/168702
#7225 Dodano: 06-01-2014 01:25. Głosów: 100 + |  -
Print emails showing names on the Bcc line:

If you want to print a message that you sent which includes Bcc recipients, you can capture an image of the message, paste it into a graphics program, and then print the image.

1. In Outlook, open the email message that you want to print.
TIP: All recipients (including those on the Bcc line) appear in the header section of the message.

2. On the keyboard, press Print Screen.

3. In Windows, click Start > All Programs > Accessories > Paint.
NOTE: If you have another graphics program, you can use that in place of Paint.

4. In Paint, click Home > Paste.

5. Do one of the following:
- If you are using Windows 7, click Paint button, and then click Print.
- If you are using Windows 8, click File tab in Paint, and then click Print.

Profesjonalna pomoc z: https://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/print-emails-showing-names-on-the-bcc-line-HA102919777.aspx
#7223 Dodano: 05-01-2014 13:14. Głosów: 83 + |  -
<Master Chief> Using the command line is like driving picture nails with a sledgehammer. It works, but it's stupid.
<dhromed> To accuratize this interesting metaphor: it works in one go and that nail is never coming out again, but it takes more effort to set up, aim and swing-- and if you happen to miss, you're usually in deeper shit.
#7222 Dodano: 05-01-2014 13:13. Głosów: 68 + |  -
Python is a beautiful, clean language. But the same restrictions that make it nice and clean mean that it’s hard to write beautiful, clean libraries. Ruby, on the other hand, is a complicated, ugly language. But that complexity allows you to write really clean, nice, easy-to-use libraries. The end result is that I prefer Python the language, but I find myself preferring programming with Ruby.
-Gary Bernhardt of destroyallsoftware.com fame
#7221 Dodano: 04-01-2014 14:07. Głosów: 89 + |  -
<Iceland_jack> feels like Haskellers would invite Jehova's witnesses in for tea just to proselytize Haskell to them
#7218 Dodano: 04-01-2014 14:07. Głosów: 185 + |  -
> A jego imię to czterdzieści i cztery

<Felonious_Gru> Widać, że nie była to osoba rzeczywista, Mickiewicz wyraźnie zaznaczył, że to postać zespolona, ponieważ ma część urojoną
40i + 4
#7213 Dodano: 02-01-2014 16:44. Głosów: 184 + |  -
<Krzysiek K.> Każdy kawałek kodu ma niezerowe reusability (patrz: twierdzenie Kopiego-Pasta).
#7208 Dodano: 02-01-2014 16:44. Głosów: 167 + |  -
<~spi> nie wchodze na roflcoptera
<~spi> bo mi sie robi smutno jak rozumiem zarty.
#7200 Dodano: 29-12-2013 12:28. Głosów: 299 + |  -
From memory, the worst real-world macros/pre-processor abuse I've ever come across was:

#define RETURN(result) return (result);}

int myfunction1(args) {
int x = 0;
// do something
RETURN(x)

int myfunction2(args) {
int y = 0;
// do something
RETURN(y)

int myfunction3(args) {
int z = 0;
// do something
RETURN(z)

Yes that's right, no closing braces in any of the functions. Syntax highlighting was a mess, so he used vi to edit (not vim, it has syntax coloring!)

He was a Russian programmer who had mostly worked in assembly language. He was fanatical about saving as many bytes as possible because he had previously worked on systems with very limited memory. "It was for satellite. Only very few byte, so we use each byte over for many things." (bit fiddling, reusing machine instruction bytes for their numeric values) When I tried to find out what kinds of satellites, I was only able to get "Orbiting satellite. For making to orbit."

He had two other quirks: A convex mirror mounted above his monitor "For knowing who is watching", and an occasional sudden exit from his chair to do a quick ten pushups. He explained this last one as "Compiler found error in code. This is punishment".
#7196 Dodano: 28-12-2013 12:06. Głosów: 103 + |  -
Wrap text around an irregular object
1. Insert an image on your PowerPoint slide. If you are unsure how to do this, refer to the article Insert a picture or clip art.
2. Right-click anywhere on the object, point to Send to Back, and then click Send to Back.
3. Type or paste your text over your object.
4. Point to the text at the top left edge of your object, and then use the TAB and/or SPACEBAR to move the text past the right edge of the object.
5. Repeat step 3 until each covering line of text has been moved beyond the right edge of the object.

Źródło: https://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint-help/wrap-text-around-an-object-in-powerpoint-2010-HA010338294.aspx
#7187 Dodano: 25-12-2013 14:43. Głosów: 86 + |  -
The primary duty of an exception handler is to get the error out of the lap of the programmer and into the surprised face of the user. Provided you keep this cardinal rule in mind, you can’t go far wrong.
— Verity Stob
#7186 Dodano: 23-12-2013 20:39. Głosów: 97 + |  -
A distributed system is one in which the failure of a computer you didn’t even know existed can render your own computer unusable.
— Leslie Lamport