#learnprogramming, historically.

Displaying statistics for June 2017.
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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
201713,67815,51120,07220,99316,95013,09712,38410,55211,2204,073n/an/a
Activity Distribution by Hour
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Most Talkative People – June 2017
PercentageLinesUserWhen?Last SeenQuote
7.85%1,0281professor_sadasd
2.4 Months Agoit's been a while but i found that in C# i was always modifying the property decralations to include soem kind of logic
4.81%6302JBlitzen
6 Days AgoSorry about the no shit, I totally misread what you said
4.63%6063raylu
Yesterdayjakekernan: we need more details
4.14%5424adrian17
Yesterday(I'd also argue that the getters/setters are useless but the prof probably wants them for he-can't-explain-you-coherently-reasons)
3.92%5145darkf
Yesterdayif you give it bullshit it will chuck you right through a woodchipper
3.85%5046ryu0
Yesterdayi guess my issue is more with operator overloading. it can make figuring out what code in a given context is actually doing more difficult.
3.61%4737Princess17b29a
2 Days AgoJasparon: What scenario are you thinking of where just parsing nextLine is 10x more work? I assumed you were talking about line-delimited variables
2.05%2698snowman
1.1 Months Agoand yet when i am active there is such long patches of silence:(
1.99%2619Sheluligans
Yesterdaybut in general it's probably a good idea after the code change is confirmed to be good?
1.97%25810vapor
6 Days Agoyour brain simply takes in too much information for any portion of it to stay relevent. When you're a younging, a year is a significant portion of your life. When you get older a year is less significant. The days are long, but the years are short.
Most Talkative People by Time of Day
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0h - 5h
Morning
6h - 11h
Afternoon
12h - 17h
Evening
18h - 23h
1JBlitzen - 122
adrian17 - 194
JBlitzen - 506
professor_sadasd - 663
2ryu0 - 102
ryu0 - 179
raylu - 454
darkf - 209
3snowman - 99
nchambers - 115
adrian17 - 302
snowman - 170
4zeek - 97
zonkwin - 96
professor_sadasd - 225
vapor - 147
5darkf - 90
Kuppa - 81
Princess17b29a - 221
Sheluligans - 137
6professor_sadasd - 66
darkf - 80
weaksauce - 174
Princess17b29a - 131
7lara_w - 65
n0vacane - 78
st33 - 174
raylu - 114
8Greendweller - 49
Princess17b29a - 78
dysfigured - 139
confused - 108
9F0XSQUAD - 44
professor_sadasd - 74
darkf - 135
shoumik - 105
10Princess17b29a - 43
Shockk - 72
whitewolf - 127
ryu0 - 101
Statistics created with superseriousstats on Sun, 22 Oct 2017 01:09:49 -0700.