#learnprogramming, historically.

Displaying statistics for July 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
201713,67815,51120,07220,99316,95013,09712,38410,55211,2206,9828,105n/a
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Most Talkative People – July 2017
PercentageLinesUserWhen?Last SeenQuote
11.30%1,4001professor_sadasd
3.5 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
10.54%1,3052darkf
Yesterdayi don't know how your chip works but it would at least have to wait for execution of the first to finish
7.00%8673adrian17
Yesterdaya for loop works in a separate scope of every single function invocation. Recursion invokes a function multiple times.
5.71%7074ComputerKidd
4.1 Months Agoprofessor_sadsad: I understand practice is great, but I squint at how useful some methodologies are in changing shit, when I could just plan ahead and save time in the future.,
4.22%5225sim642
YesterdayEdgyMC_69, hibernate may set some requirements for the entity classes it will be ORMing for it to be able to do its job, so you have to account for that
2.91%3606ryu0
Yesterdayif any is still closed source, they'll still have reason to be suspicious.
2.65%3287snowmancantcode
6 Days Agoand really all programming is just taking small issues and finding a solution in the laziest way possible
2.52%3128Amedeo
4 Days Agowhat are you talking about
2.31%2869whitewolf
4 Days Agoi haven't studied this field much, i wonder if people who lack domain specific knowledge tend to turn it into a binary pass/fail
1.68%20810st33
4.7 Months Agolol nice, maybe I will see you around, hopefully I won't be needing nearly as much help with the next the programs
Most Talkative People by Time of Day
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Morning
6h - 11h
Afternoon
12h - 17h
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18h - 23h
1darkf - 227
sim642 - 270
professor_sadasd - 565
professor_sadasd - 517
2professor_sadasd - 159
adrian17 - 262
adrian17 - 539
darkf - 508
3sim642 - 155
professor_sadasd - 159
darkf - 532
ComputerKidd - 403
4dootdedlloot - 120
Amedeo - 126
ComputerKidd - 302
snowmancantcode - 240
5ryu0 - 106
ryu0 - 96
Amedeo - 180
st33 - 208
6lao - 69
nosleeptiltomorr - 73
whitewolf - 133
guardianx - 166
7adrian17 - 66
Sheluligans - 71
ryu0 - 104
snowmanwontCode - 96
8sammyg - 60
sammyg - 66
Sheluligans - 97
Vanhallin - 91
9Vanhallin - 58
pie3 - 66
sim642 - 93
dysfigured - 91
10Defenestrate - 45
fleebo - 61
renlo - 84
foot - 75
Statistics created with superseriousstats on Thu, 23 Nov 2017 21:37:13 -0800.