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Displaying statistics for September 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
201713,67815,51120,07220,99316,95013,09712,38410,5527,417n/an/an/a
Activity Distribution by Hour
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Most Talkative People – September 2017
PercentageLinesUserWhen?Last SeenQuote
12.44%9231ryu0
Yesterdaya general term in CS for embedding one construct within another, usually of the same type. like these loops.
7.63%5662darkf
Yesterdayyou can sell IoT data, you can't sell the number of cracks on your ceiling
6.84%5073JBlitzen
YesterdayVery impressive, you can use words you don't understand
4.81%3574sammyg
Yesterdaymy current strategy is to learn enough to be able to produce some artefacts that i can showcase to a potential employer, get my name out there, build an online presence and build reputation
4.04%3005jake2589
Yesterdaywhat language would be needed/recommended for pulling details from a youtube user page (title of each video, date, view count, etc) and then exporting that data into excel
3.78%2806zhiayang
4 Days Agobloody hell nobody has fixed any of the many issues
3.78%2807jennifer
3 Days AgoSo you shouldn't say "Where can I use a hammer?" And expect a good answer beyond "when you need to hammer in a nail"
3.64%2708zorin-os
19 Days Agohowever i do have this struct pollfd poll_fds; poll_fds.fd = open(pipe_filename, O_RDONLY); poll_fds.events = POLLIN; if(poll_fds.fd == 0) { fprintf(stderr, "error opening fifo\n"); return 1; }
3.36%2499whitewolf
3 Days Agosquiggl: i.e how do you deal with the range 0300 - 1800 on the same day, and 1800 - 0300 without knowing either (1) the logical ordering of the terms; or (2) the day offset
3.30%24510Vanhallin
3 Days AgoFor diff in my terminal if there arent any differences will it not print anything?
Most Talkative People by Time of Day
Night
0h - 5h
Morning
6h - 11h
Afternoon
12h - 17h
Evening
18h - 23h
1darkf - 219
ryu0 - 425
ryu0 - 304
JBlitzen - 254
2zhiayang - 213
sammyg - 148
JBlitzen - 253
snowman - 140
3ryu0 - 171
whitewolf - 126
darkf - 181
jake2589 - 139
4sim642 - 115
jake2589 - 71
FireFly - 155
Vanhallin - 128
5zorin-os - 114
jennifer - 69
sammyg - 146
darkf - 118
6sammyg - 49
geordi - 65
zorin-os - 143
jennifer - 69
7fariswyatt - 30
Amedeo - 61
jennifer - 142
denvzer - 67
8coffeelover - 30
sim642 - 52
whitewolf - 123
tangentstorm - 63
9zeniki - 22
zhiayang - 49
nchambers - 112
taylskid - 62
10geordi - 20
darkf - 48
jake2589 - 88
ElectrumGuy - 49
Statistics created with superseriousstats on Thu, 21 Sep 2017 14:25:37 -0700.