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  • tinou

    tinou

    March 10, 2015, 11:06 pm

    I know it is only a detail, but no one would use an extra byte just to null-terminate strings in such a data structure. But, wait, without '\0' printf will then go past the end of the string and wreak havoc. True. But in fact you can tell printf to print "only 4 characters" : instead of specifying "%s" in the format string, put "%4s".

    This is a general remark : every time you know in advance how many characters you have to write, '\0' is not needed. Moreover, this splits the problem between representing data (where '\0' is not needed) and printing it (where you tell printf how to stop).

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  • callipygian1

    callipygian1

    March 11, 2015, 3:27 am

    as a gun owner who grew up around gun owners, i can tell you that it is most unlikely that one of us would use that specific language to describe our interest in firearms. we might call ourselves enthusiasts or aficionados, but "love affair with guns" is actually the language of our opponents, being trollishly put in our mouths here to provoke the anti-gun people into denouncing us (yet again). it just doesn't ring true, it's a liar's signature, and i learned how to recognize that signature on a professional basis to protect my old clients from peril.

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  • danijel3

    danijel3

    March 11, 2015, 2:11 am

    This is obviously all about market shares. Mozilla doesn't want Chrome to gain any market share on Firefox. Google knows that it most likely doesn't stand a chance in gaining more market share with Chrome in any perceivable future. So they make a "trojan" that installs into IE and that quite obviously disturbs all the other players, especially MS and Mozilla.

    >...Mozilla's assertion that the Web would be better off if we could encourage users to install a better browser rather than running a better renderer as a plugin.

    Notice that they don't say anything about improving IE. What Mozilla is really after is more market share and all these "concerns" are just nonsense and a bucket of horse poo. Just like MS (of all companies) is worried about "security".

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  • areReady

    areReady

    March 10, 2015, 1:14 pm

    How would hydrogen peroxide affect the symptoms of a cold? Flushing out the exterior of your ears and the portion of the ear canal accessible from there won't do anything when you have a cold, because the cold blocks your ears *from the inside*, and your tympanic membrane - your eardrum - forms a seal over the canal.

    Your ear canal goes from the outside of your head back to meet your nasal cavity, but there are two separate sections. "Popping" your ears means opening the internal portion of the ear canal, behind the eardrum, in order to equalize pressure. There is no way to equalize pressure from the outside.

    When a cold blocks your "ears", it is actually blocking the internal portion of the ear canal, at the back of your nasal cavity. Dumping shit in your ear isn't going to do a damned thing to help that. Any benefit you get is from cleaning out earwax that is there anyway, and you would have gotten the same benefit if you'd cleaned your ears out even if you didn't have a cold.

    Perhaps I'm missing some mechanism here, but I don't see how this could help a cold or other sickness causing ear blockage. Sinus/nasal irrigation is an entirely separate issue.

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  • john_nyc

    john_nyc

    March 11, 2015, 12:09 am

    Well some simple tips:

    Remove all bad food from the house - really look at labels because a lot of foods we think of as healthy are not

    Water - need to drink at least 8 glasses a day - don't be afraid to go with some Crystal Light to add some flavor

    need to prepare meals - chicken fish, red meat - lean cuts, veggies, whole grains. Healthy doesn't have to be boring so look into recipe books.

    Weight Watchers is a very solid plan - uses real food, portion control, and weekly weigh ins give you targets to shoot for plus a support team

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  • cbg

    cbg

    March 10, 2015, 11:23 am

    I don't understand this comment:

    >Stop learning solos note-for-note from tabs (maybe you're not doing this anyway, but I was for ages and no-one ever told me it was a bad idea). Don't get me wrong, tablature is clearly a sensible way of notating music for guitar, but it contains no harmonic information. It's possible to learn a lead part from tab without having any idea what scale your in or what notes within it your using. Not only does this mean you lose out on gaining any theory, it also means it takes you much longer to learn things, and if you can't remember it perfectly you're unlikely to be able to play it.

    The harmonic information contained in tablature is identical to that contained in conventional notation. There is a direct correspondence between the notations in tab and the pitches played. Multiple pitches establish harmonic structure.

    Granted, tab is a shortcut around knowing the names of the notes/chords and that can hold back one's progress in learning theory, but it's not that tab can't be used to convey the right information.

    I don't sight read, but I'm reasonably handy with theory and I do know what scale/key/chord I'm playing. I can read conventional notation, but it's slow going for me so I usually use (and write down) tab with quick notes on timing/rhythm, as necessary.

    That's the thing that *is* missing from tab: rhythmic information. Aside from clustering tab markings the way they cluster in time (a poor substitute), and the minimal information provided by bar lines (if they're included), there is nothing in tab to indicate the timing of notes.

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  • epsd101

    epsd101

    March 10, 2015, 12:31 pm

    Well, first of all, there were many other stresses in our relationship besides the dominatrix thing.

    First, we were going through the whole immigration deal, which is a gigantic, expensive pain the ass, btw. Because of that, we were pretty much broke, despite me having a pretty good job (for a 23-year-old).

    Also, once your green card application is going through, the person immigrating is not allowed to travel back to their home country. (There are legal ways to get around this, but they are expensive and sucky.) This travel ban can last for months, even years. Because of this, my wife became very depressed, missing her friends and family more than she realized she would.

    Also, before becoming a dominatrix, she spent much of her time at home, which was also depressing for her. And we didn't have the money for her to be going out and doing lots of fun shit while I was at work. Also depressing.

    So, when she got the dominatrix gig, she was extremely excited, to say the least. I was happy that she had a job, but I wasn't particularly excited about what that job was.

    With all these stresses combined, out relationship unraveled to a point where we couldn't put it back together, no matter how hard we tried. And we definitely tried.

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  • WTFppl

    WTFppl

    March 11, 2015, 9:02 am

    At first when I read the story, I was like "the cops shot another innocent man". Why is this happening so often? Than when I read that "the office put the man on the front of his squad car and drove around for a while", made my blood boil to this point...

    If I lived in the same area, I'd catch this cop going to work in the morning. At gun point I would tie him to my pumper and put a helmet on his head. Than I would drag him down the street for a couple of minutes, just past running speeds. When I felt satisfied that he has understood the point, I would cut him loose were he lay and drive my happy ass the rest of the way to work.

    Some of you may go, "O' Inet bad ass here". But at what point does abuse of your tax dollars piss you off?

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  • shub

    shub

    March 10, 2015, 9:19 am

    You're either trolling or actually incapable of understanding a simple argument. Whatever, I don't care.

    Have fun being a productive member of society while I go to Golden Corral with my wife and kid, eat until I'm sick, then come home and play Everquest 2 with them until I collapse into bed. If making money by going to a workplace gets your rocks off then by all means feel superior. I'm not going to cry because some dude on the Internet thinks I'm a loser. If you were a girl it would be different, but what are you gonna do?

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  • Booster21

    Booster21

    March 10, 2015, 9:22 pm

    Please don't misunderstand me, I didn't mean to imply you weren't ether of those things.

    But there is an argument to made that, consciously or unconsciously, you're validating a lifestyle that the VAST majority of Western women (and men for that matter, when it comes right down to it) find abhorrent and utterly degrading. By participating in this lifestyle you fuel the fire of ignorant and abusive men who rely on the rationale of 'All women like it really' to justify the emotional and psychological abuse of their partners.

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  • omegian

    omegian

    March 10, 2015, 6:13 pm

    > We need to bring production home.

    WalMart had a huge "Made In the USA" marketing campaign a few years ago, but consumers weren't willing to pay the 15% premium to keep their neighbors working.

    With 10% unemployment and liquid capital, we could have factories up and running in a matter of months. But who is buying American products? We just lost our auto industry. Foreign investors are buying up our banks from the FDIC.

    We are our own worst enemy: "free markets", "free trade", "minimum wage", "occupational safety and health", "profit margins".

    Good on Obama for adding a tire levy to offset the social costs of losing our domestic tire industry.

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