>not only it's not dead it's also bundled with intel(r)(tm) botnet security now
haha oh wow
>the hassle of passwords
They're serious, arent they.
maybe different OS? I'm on 10 Pro
also it sound like shit that's supposed to be used on tablets and phones not desktops
The new anti-bloating and anti-ringing algorithms are just awesome.
Don't be afraid of sharpening anymore.
For people who want an easy setup with optimized configuration:
Don't subscribe for plex premium and its mpv shitty player.
These are better alternatives using madVR:
Media Portal (free)
Emby Theater (premium)
Hey /g/, is there a language that strikes a nice balance between the simplicity and eloquence of C, and the ease of use of C++? I'm tired of the clusterfuck that is C++ and it's over reliance on boost, but can't imagine being able to work effectively in plain C. I also need good multi-precision support, whether that's part of the languages standard library or external. Is D any good?
If you want a language that is just fun to use: Ruby
If you want to actually learn something: Haskell
If you want something that is actually useful stick to C/C++
If you're interested in D go learn it
Can this thread be done now?
Hey Anon, I'm no to coding but I'm loving it, also new to /g/
Anyone have any tips for personal security? Care package?
>pls dont cuck me
Desu, if Linux is faster, why is Java slow as fuck on Linux?
Eclipse on Arch/XFCE is barely usable, while it runs fine on Windows 7.
10 CORES BROADWELL-EP FOR LGA 2011-3
IT'S OVER, AMD IS FINISHED & BANKRUPT
seriously though do any of you even know what programming is? i bet you dont't even know how to view the source code of 4chan
Just came into little botnet chan, anything interesting I can do with it? Pic related, main laptop (t420) also pictured. All I know about it so far is that its made by Asus, and seems to be 13 inches.
Hello /g/. I want to write a program in C that pulls questions from a list as well as answers for a trivia game. The program would display a random question from a list of questions I premade. Then ask the user for an answer. I would take the input from the user and compare it to the corresponding answer from the list. The thing is I don't know how I would go about doing this. Can I make the list of questions in notepad and pull it from there? Can i create a spreadsheet for the questions and answers in a database and pull the questions randomly from there? How would I go...
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How newby is newby? From your range of questions I would imagine brand new, and if that's the case you're starting with a project that might be a bit out of your league.
It's not that the task at hand is hard, it's just the fact that you don't know simple things like reading from files or, perhaps, populating arrays and randomly selecting from them. Try some elementary programming challenges for C that focus on your particular needs, piece by piece, and then go for there
So I leave my laptop idle for 10 minutes and it does this shit. Inferior botnet problems.
Which distro should I install?
I've configured it the best I could, removing scheduled tasks for drive optimization (don't need it, have an SSD), removing defender, cortana, windows indexing, useless services, disabling updates. No matter what I've tried, and I've looked at others with the same problem, the only conclusion that I've seen people come up with after the latest updates are "It must be a bug."
There's no way to stop it. Even disabling via scheduled tasks, there's no info on it.
Why aren't you using Seamonkey /g/?
It's free, open source and free of the bullshit that firefox forces on you. It's available on all major OS types
Are there any good books for node.js right now?
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>mfw non-osx users don't have an emoji menu