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Displaying statistics for June 2015.
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2013n/an/an/an/an/an/a19,62324,36718,53722,52533,01932,605
201424,76227,33731,91933,12442,01430,98331,66620,63028,22241,57343,91835,451
201531,77030,66727,79421,54520,47317,64516,69714,97928,62728,96623,81947,008
201626,14934,68435,60836,90623,30824,57023,10825,14226,14023,04919,62714,041
201713,67815,51120,07220,99316,95013,09712,38410,55211,2206,98210,6308,045
20183,8533,8333,3714,6063,573n/an/an/an/an/an/an/a
Activity Distribution by Hour
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Most Talkative People – June 2015
PercentageLinesUserWhen?Last SeenQuote
13.01%2,2961darkf
Yesterdayyou should be able to o0
6.69%1,1802tangentstorm
6 Days Agoprobably. did you look around on google?
4.24%7483raylu
16 Days Agosounds like you performed the write successfully but sent an error
4.04%7124adrian17
2 Days AgoSo you could use the standard unittest structure and run them with `python -m unittest` - no need to write a runner yourself.
3.85%6805zhiayang
2 Days Agoi'm so confused right now, cos a rollback didn't fix anything
3.15%5566dtscode
3.8 Months AgoI think you should just use an std::pair***
2.95%5207KogasaGaSagasa
1.7 Years AgoAlright. Listen to ryu0's pseudocode. It's basically what you are doing but in a loop. Use while, not for, since you can't predict how long it'll go for. Remember that indexOf returns -1 if it fails to find iirc (double check)
2.95%5208smartman294
8.8 Months Agohi
2.82%4989hd44
2.9 Years Agoraylu can u give me a solution to my answer then i will undestand what my mistake was instead of reading something i wont get
2.36%41710pantsforbirds
4 Months Agoi have two sudoku solving algorithms that both perform very well 99% of the time, but for certain puzzles they can take 100+ seconds. They have very different approaches, so i havent found a puzzle that trips up both of the algorithms at the same time.
Most Talkative People by Time of Day
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0h - 5h
Morning
6h - 11h
Afternoon
12h - 17h
Evening
18h - 23h
1darkf - 843
darkf - 583
raylu - 405
darkf - 870
2RedAero - 230
zhiayang - 525
adrian17 - 390
tangentstorm - 375
3tangentstorm - 202
adrian17 - 257
tangentstorm - 351
smartman294 - 317
4dtscode - 152
tangentstorm - 252
hd44 - 334
pantsforbirds - 201
5KogasaGaSagasa - 138
hd44 - 126
FruitAddict - 195
raylu - 175
6raylu - 132
nodeguest - 126
KogasaGaSagasa - 180
Portaljacker - 158
7limbooo - 132
dtscode - 98
jfarmer - 163
dtscode - 153
8se5a - 129
pantsforbirds - 94
dtscode - 153
pharpend - 137
9Elizzaa - 102
Amadiro - 92
smartman294 - 151
KogasaGaSagasa - 120
10ClockMaster - 92
L00tefisk - 84
fiddlestix - 118
COOKIEMONSTER - 92
Statistics created with superseriousstats on Thu, 24 May 2018 16:21:48 -0700.