— jmibo


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jmibo #3664

should really do something other than rust spaghetti

jmibo #3652

you need to test deletion

jmibo #3637

it seems like the thing is going to start soon. i have no idea what kinds of problems it'll have

jmibo #3628

i once did that for 60hz for some reason. it sort of hurt

i think i was trying to see if after playing the 60hz tone i could hear the mains hum more clearly

jmibo #3574

does anyone have any cool musics they'd like to share? kinda bored and would like to find new music things

here's uhh sungazer (also available on spotify and whatnot)

jmibo #3555

i am currently having a similar problem and haven't really made anything for my site in a few weeks. maybe thinking of a really quick idea and going with that would be good for motivation, seems like good advice

jmibo #3545


jmibo (edited ) #3484

why are ⅖ and ⅐ different styles on my computer

jmibo (edited ) #3483
test test
the tables probably
won't work

nevermind then (well the alignment still doesn't exist)

jmibo #3482

wow i never knew about synthetic division by nonlinear polynomials, that's neat

jmibo (edited ) #3388

i wonder if i can do hex codes (extremely unlikely)

edit: no i cannot

jmibo #3387


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jmibo (edited ) #3383

wait what color tags are there

ok, the ones you would expect meaning i can create gay text

jmibo #3363

i need to stop sending things twice

jmibo #3361

yes, i should have clarified

jmibo #3309

unfortunately this is not the shortest thread. unless counting by characters in which case it probably was until now

jmibo #3261

im in as well

jmibo #3239


jmibo (edited ) #3008

the number of ways to choose 4 objects out of 8 if order does not matter (source: wikipedia)

jmibo (edited ) #3007

voting for green so i know what the color on the poll looks like

edit: that's a pretty good green i'll keep my vote as is

jmibo #3006

fighting fire with fire

jmibo #2990

burning down the house

jmibo #2882

17 << 2

jmibo #2881

opinions on rust:

i really like everything about rust other than memory safety (which i have mixed opinions about). it has a lot of features that should be in most languages (blocks can return values, mostly), enums are great, the error handling makes sense, it has what i find to be the right amount of object-oriented things, etc.

the memory safety is a bit of a mixed bag for me; while nobody likes getting a compiler error because you didn't figure out how to avoid using more than one reference to an object, nobody likes segfaults either, nor std::move and rvalue references and whatever happens in c++. but they could probably afford to make it a little less strict? i really don't know.

jmibo #2768