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#6966 Dodano: 10-08-2013 14:58. Głosów: 53
And why the hell was this marked for stable even *IF* it hadn't been
complete and utter tripe? It even has a comment in the commit message
about how this probably doesn't matter. So it's doubly crap: it's
*wrong*, and it didn't actually fix anything to begin with.

There aren't enough swear-words in the English language, so now I'll
have to call you perkeleen vittupää just to express my disgust and
frustration with this crap.

#6963 Dodano: 26-07-2013 17:41. Głosów: 96
<okonlyonce> Ad hominem attacks are valid arguments, and you are an idiot.
#6936 Dodano: 12-07-2013 02:13. Głosów: 58
<akwes> żałuje że jestem programistą
<akwes> jak widzę, że w jakiejś grze surowce zbliżają mi się do około 64k to je wydaje, bo się boje, że ktoś dał za małego inta do ilości surowców i będzie problem...

Wersja komiksowa
#6924 Dodano: 02-07-2013 21:18. Głosów: 35
Reg Braithwaite ‏@raganwald 3h
"Immuteability: The property of functional programmers that prevents them from shutting up about pure functional programming."
#6923 Dodano: 02-07-2013 13:01. Głosów: 52
Meanwhile in Java...

Kumpel: a mozna bylo uzyc skrotu RPATLSCEC
#6918 Dodano: 30-06-2013 11:24. Głosów: 124
Ryan C. Gordon @icculus 5h
"Dear NSA: every time I google for "std::list," I was looking for the reference manual for the C++ class, not a list of STDs, honest!!"
#6916 Dodano: 27-06-2013 23:14. Głosów: 75
== how sad == is now unallocated (it redirects to a search engine.) is a portal (about bars.) is a travel agent.

It used to be that [email protected] was actually some guy's email address, and he used to post the wacky accidental test mails he would get. He was also the owner of and a few others, and he use to post porn on them just to fuck with people who didn't change the default URLs in their "home page builder" software.

The Wayback Machine doesn't know about these old pages.

Bummer that it's all gone!
#6915 Dodano: 27-06-2013 19:43. Głosów: 100
True Story: At our museum, back in the 1980’s our building elevator was all relay logic driven, much like the octal cube relays on top of the can crusher. There were 3 floors to the building, and on the second floor were some nature dioramas that included a fullsized stuffed moose. Well the moose was across the aisle facing the elevator.
For some reason, once in a blue moon, if you got in on floor 1, and pressed the button for floor 3, the elevator would start up – and even with no call on floor 2 – sometimes the elevator would stop on floor 2. The door would open, no one would be there but you would stare at the moose who was staring at you, and then the door would close and you would continue up to 3.

This was only once in a while, and most times without anyone else even being on the second floor. It was like the stuffed moose would move and sometimes run across the hall and press the button for the elevator. Door would mysteriously open… there was the stuffed moose…. door would close. We wound up calling it “Visiting the Moose” and it was local lore that the stuff moose knows how to work the elevator.

Elevator company could find nothing wrong- all buttons, switches, motors, sensors were working fine. There was a full printout of the relay control logic and wiring at the panel, and yes, it was all in Ladder Diagram. Dozens of relay coils and contact points, buttons, sensors, indicator lights, etc.

I spent a week reading that diagram and following the relay logic, and watching the relays (luckily with indicator lights on each) cycle as the elevator did its thing. I eventually found it. It was a race condition between a set of contacts closing on one relay and the elevator position sensor relay for floor 2. If one relay dropped out just a split second too slow before the other pulled in it created a false “stop at floor 2” condition. Since relays do take a finite amount of time to transition from one state to the other this can indeed cause issues in close timing applications. The fix here was to move 2 wires from the offending relay contacts to a relay that was actually controlled from that relay. The extra few milliseconds delay as one relay cascaded to the next was enough to prevent the race condition and the elevator stopped mysteriously stopping on floor 2.

I still swear the moose moves though while I’m not looking…
#6913 Dodano: 27-06-2013 07:42. Głosów: 146
Ogłoszenie o pracę(Ruby):
"-Doświadczenie w przynajmniej jednym innym języku programowania (przy czym Java to nie język programowania, to choroba)"
#6912 Dodano: 26-06-2013 18:17. Głosów: 126
A Roman walks into a bar and asks for a martinus.
"You mean a martini?" the bartender asks.
The Roman replies, "If I wanted a double, I would have asked for it!"
#6911 Dodano: 26-06-2013 18:17. Głosów: 201
3 logicians walk into a bar. The bartender asks "Do all of you want a drink?"
The first logician says "I don't know."
The second logician says "I don't know."
The third logician says "Yes!"
#6910 Dodano: 26-06-2013 18:15. Głosów: 77
Werner Heisenberg, Kurt Gödel, and Noam Chomsky walk into a bar. Heisenberg turns to the other two and says, "Clearly this is a joke, but how can we figure out if it's funny or not?" Gödel replies, "We can't know that because we're inside the joke." Chomsky says, "Of course it's funny. You're just telling it wrong."
#6909 Dodano: 25-06-2013 19:33. Głosów: 228
A logician's wife is having a baby. The doctor immediately hands the newborn to the dad.
His wife asks impatiently: "So, is it a boy or a girl"?
The logician replies: "yes".
#6896 Dodano: 17-06-2013 10:40. Głosów: -44
<@Hakes> ja kiedyś w pracy zrobiłem taki fulltext search w
<jaen> Hakes: chyba "fulltext search" : D
<@Hakes> mniej więcej
<@Hakes> ale to był UBERhack
<@Hakes> parsowałem znaki '+' i '*' z wyszukiwania
<@Hakes> zamieniałem na regexa
<@Hakes> kompilowałem regexa żeby działało lepiej
<@Hakes> robiłem get_all z bazy
<@Hakes> i odpalałem tego regexa na wszystkim
<@Hakes> BAM! Jest 'fulltext search'!
<@Hakes> chuj z tym że na produkcji by ubił serwer :D
#6893 Dodano: 14-06-2013 12:49. Głosów: 87
A programmer walks into a bar and asks the bartender for 1.00000000000003123939 root beers. Bartender says, I'll have to charge you extra, that's a root beer float. Programmer says, better make it a double.