Name: Anonymous 2017-06-28 6:16

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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 1:12

>>187
1. Dicks
2. Cocks
3. Dongs
4. Shlongs
5. Wangs
6. Pricks
7. Pee-Pees
8. Beef Thermometers
9. Ass Torpedoes
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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 2:14

>>190
lol

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 7:57

>>190
I, too, pray for the end, Eanas.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 21:50

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 22:51

>>193
lmao i thought its frozen boid's signature anime character!
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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-02 8:48

The Challenge:
-Develop a turn based combat system that implements the following choices that occur during the player's turns:
--Fight (Straight Damage)
--Item (Use an object from a choice of your design)
--Ability (Use an ability from a choice of your design)
--Run (Flee the battle)


The Deadline:
- 2017-12-14 00:00

The rest is up to you.
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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 10:08

The Deadline:
- 2017-12-14 00:00


h0ly shit xarn won

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 18:05

>>26
there were no winning conditions, reread >>1.

The challenge is also too nebulous to really make it fair. If you judge just by length, >>3-san wins, but his program doesn't even have any of the features of the others.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 19:49

>>24
I like this one. Especially because it's perl code that I actually understood without seeing <>#$@#<>>/.#$@#$ everywhere.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 21:19

next challenge pl0x

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 21:22

>>29
Challenge this
*grabs dick*
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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 18:21

fact

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 18:27

>>2
What loungeramming language is this?

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 18:49

>>2
BBCode

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 18:56

neither has my anus

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 20:08

>>2
CCCP
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New Firefox

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-14 14:31

It is worst of all. Just starting it, without opening any pages, already takes 600 Mb. It constantly accesses HDD and stops the world of garbage collection or page unloading or something. How can something be that bad?
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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 17:31

>>40,41,42
Er, I should probably amend my last post. Obviously I'm not that optimistic. Mozilla doesn't yet have api's to expose some of the deep-dive functions that XUL could do in an insecure way. Yes, it's frustrating, but the logic is obvious. This is why we don't have addons that mess with passwords, create new UI elements, and more. However, much of the lost functionality is coming. Yes, yes, the counterargument to this would be that neglecting such features is kind of elitist, and, yes, absolutely, that is an elitist thing to do. But just because a decision doesn't mean it's wrong. The people who sincerely want those features can use a fork. ``But those projects are small, they aren't reliable." Yes, and you're also in the minority of people who ``need" those features.

Don't believe me? Mozilla published a blog post talking about api updates. Check it out for yourself--expanding on present functions, adding new functionality; e.g. they get it. Of course I want ALL of the features right out of the box, but, overall, it's a better browser the alternatives. And I won't deny that many of the addons ``ported" to WebEx are neutered. They're mostly there to hold over users until the transition is complete. I will admit that not all developers believe that to be the case, though.

It's not fun, but it's also not something to get buttmad about. ``I'm not mad. You're mad." Yes, you say you aren't mad, yet you consistently sage the thread despite the fact that you're clearly invested and contributing to the discussion. Now, I'm not a psychoanalyst or anything, but what could that suggest? Clearly you're not doing it out of politeness, or else you would be ashamed of the fact that you're even responding to me.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 18:58

But just because a decision doesn't mean it's wrong.
Huh?

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 21:43

>>26
modernize their product to address contemporary end-user needs
(using 4gb of RAM to read the news)

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 23:25

>>45
It would be the exact opposite of elitist since it's the power users that get fucked over here. As they have been consistently, and I somewhat suspect it's because the Mozilla folks rely on their telemetrics system which most power users disable.

I don't sage the thread, I sage my posts, because I don't think they are worth alerting everybody.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-16 0:56

Rolling out changes incrementally makes much more sense from a development standpoint, because it lets programmers focus on one big feature at a time and discover bugs introduced by that feature as soon as it rolls out, instead of scrambling to do everything at once while the old version stagnates.
The reason why they phased out the old addon API is because stopping everything to work on the new API along with the rest of the rest of the new features would have hurt Mozilla much more than losing a few /g/ros who can't live without their precious addons.
If you're that butthurt you can just stay on ESR until your favourite APIs are reimplemented and your favourite addons ported or superseded. Or use one of the forks, as >>45-san repeatedly suggested.
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women

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-01 6:28

At what age should unmarried women be forced to marry anyone that will take them?
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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-04 23:31

Stop.

Name: /lounge/ 2017-12-06 13:37

/lounge/

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-14 23:14

shills have saged this thread into oblivion!

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 17:51

bump

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 18:28

>>13
Shills of what?
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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-14 19:24

Am i the only one who doesn't give a shit about net neutrality? I don't mind shilling out more money... net neutrality seems to be a poor person's problem lmao.
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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-14 21:26

>>2
c++17 since it's pay to use

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-14 21:28

What a fucking terrible thread. Take your pathetic attempts back to reddit where they might actually get trolled by it. I don't want to see even a single mention of this bullshit here. Next we are going to have threads on fucking global warming and how communism has never been tried. NO. Go. Back. To. Reddit.

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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 17:47

>>5
You didn't write a post?

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 17:48

>>5
You didn't write a post?
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Name: Anonymous 2017-09-12 15:30

The first time he done it, I thought it was my imagination. Then he begun going down and taking long deep sniffs which turned him on like I have never seen him before.

Sometimes I will just be lying there and he will go down and start smelling my ass, it's like some form of foreplay to him as after that he wants to have sex. During doggy, he will stop, bend to sniff/lick my ass then start sex in this position again.

Is this weird or normal?
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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 13:09

>>830
Tsk.
>>831
Tsk.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 13:13

>>832
Nigger.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 14:10

>>833
Tsk.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 14:55

>>834
Nigger.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 15:17

>>835
Tsk.
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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-10 18:07

>>24
thanks suigin

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-12 3:59

>>17
It does raise the question however: Why did he base his language on goddamn C if he thinks that way?
He worked at Bell Labs.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-12 5:51

Mfw all the leddit, Kikes , and shareblue are shilling harder than ever.
Mfw I don't care what they say.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-12 7:08

maffew
maffew

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 7:59

bump
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VBA in Excel

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-14 16:04

Really stupid question from someone who has no clue of VBA: How is it possible to automatically insert a column with a *.csv file's filename into the same file in Excel? Help pls.
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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-14 18:29

I saw this thread on /g/ just a second ago.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-14 21:27

forget it, it's NP-complete

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 3:20

You can't. There is no feature that works that way.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 3:51

Proprietary cuck

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-15 7:26

Range(ANUS).EntireColumn.Insert
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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-13 12:01

https://theconversation.com/taking-a-second-look-at-the-learn-to-code-craze-86597
It's amazing how much emphasis American schools put on teaching children to kode while not understanding an ounce of what that consists of. The irony is that (in trying to attempt) teaching everyone to program, there's no particular benefit to most students, in part because they would rather teach children about using worthless proprietary software that's going to be deprecated in two years than teach something universal like simple markup or assembly or basic computer logic. The point is, kids hardly benefit from these kind of efforts, but it sure feeds a lot of money to computer companies while getting students hooked on their products. Too bad their software is nearly always fundamentally different by the time they reach the work force. Laypeople seem terminally scared of anything programming related, even if it's something simple like LaTeX, yet they have no qualms wasting an entire year learning to use a certain program if it has a polished GUI.

When I was a child, I took three consecutive computer science classes before giving up entirely. In each of them, they taught me how to use the Microsoft Office suite. All three of them, over and over again with no progression. The same thing happened to me the CS class I took in community college. To this day, I still don't remember how to write those stupid Excel macros. I would literally ditch computer science class to read programming manuals in the school library (note that the library itself didn't have any manuals of note, I would read them online on the school computers). If it weren't for the fact that you would be expelled if you were to ditch too many classes, I probably would have done it every day, and I would have been better off doing so.
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Name: Anonymous 2017-12-14 6:58

>>13
open sores != free license

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-14 7:04

>>6-9
That's the obvious argument, but there's a secondary penalty in that children don't have the freedom to experiment with the software they're using. They can use the tools they're given to learn about other things, but not the tools themselves. Part of the reason why so many younger programmers are allergic to low-level languages, because they're not used to it. Look at the Apple engineer whose daughter got him fired. You think she got the chance to play with the iPhone beyond the capacity that's expected of the average consumer? Her father was an engineer, so we know she had the genes that would make her smart enough and curious enough about the topic, but she simply couldn't. And look where she ended up: your typical, vapid valley girl, the daughter of a fucking iPhone engineer.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-14 7:07

>>10-13
Well, for the record, most open sores advocates don't consider that to be stealing. Most big companies aren't dumb enough to steal code and face the easily avoidable repercussions. It's important to remember that copyleft isn't the same as copycenter. The latter can be used freely along with proprietary software under some pretty lenient terms. In spite of that, it is technically possible to pirate copycenter software, as with this thread:
https://dis.tinychan.org/read/lounge/1513160407
Although it's really hard to pull off, Intel somehow managed to do so. But it's not often.

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-14 18:07

>>9
Is it even possible to sell a brand-less homemade soft drink in cafeterias though?

Name: Anonymous 2017-12-14 18:28

>>17
Are you implying that the American public school system is that bought out or that in-house food isn't allowed in school cafeterias? If the latter, well, I just let you think about your question for a second; I trust you'll realize the obvious.
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