#learnprogramming, historically.

Displaying statistics for the year 2018.
Activity
History
JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
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
20183,8533,8333,3714,6064,9295,6923,722n/an/an/an/an/a
Activity Distribution by Hour
  • 2.4%
  • 2.4%
  • 2.8%
  • 4.2%
  • 2.8%
  • 3.5%
  • 4.2%
  • 4.2%
  • 3.9%
  • 3.7%
  • 4.7%
  • 6.3%
  • 5.9%
  • 4.1%
  • 4.6%
  • 3.9%
  • 4.6%
  • 6.5%
  • 7.4%
  • 3.6%
  • 4.6%
  • 3.4%
  • 3.3%
  • 3.0%
0h1h2h3h4h5h6h7h8h9h10h11h12h13h14h15h16h17h18h19h20h21h22h23h
Most Talkative People – 2018
PercentageLinesUserWhen?Last SeenQuote
11.56%3,4701darkf
Yesterdaybesides the conditions being wrong
8.49%2,5492ryuo
Yesterdaydarkf: not paying. have fun collecting.
5.23%1,5683entuland
Yesterdayin your case you only are dealing with one lenght, so you'll most likely better putting that into a variable and using it everywhere instead of calling strlen repeatedly, even just for the looks of it
4.77%1,4324sim642
YesterdayIt'll read dicts so you need to use [] to access the fields, not .
4.39%1,3165zhiayang
2 Days Agotheoretical question: if i were to have a function applyForceOnBody(vec3 f)
3.59%1,0776adrian17
9 Days Agounless you want to literally do it in a closed group, which is relatively hard and rare with strangers
2.42%7277f00lest
2 Days Agothe method actually was a play again method on a game, so I thought reanimation was a nice name
1.77%5328nchambers
2 Days Agodon't worry darkf. his credit card is already on file for his premium IRC subscription
1.39%4169___Jeff
18 Days AgoMy parser wouldn't be fully compliant at all, it's like a said, difficult to do so I wanted to take on the challenge.
1.22%36710Log
9 Days AgoI searched around a lot on "check for duplicate in array", many solutions were binary searching and the method I used. Also some function called unique
Most Talkative People by Time of Day
Night
0h - 5h
Morning
6h - 11h
Afternoon
12h - 17h
Evening
18h - 23h
1darkf - 675
darkf - 747
entuland - 953
darkf - 1,216
2sim642 - 563
ryuo - 666
darkf - 832
ryuo - 783
3f00lest - 440
zhiayang - 664
ryuo - 683
___Jeff - 316
4ryuo - 417
sim642 - 650
adrian17 - 520
entuland - 262
5zhiayang - 304
adrian17 - 435
Log - 296
nchambers - 242
6liste - 169
entuland - 289
nchambers - 184
zhiayang - 222
7Seputus - 132
Amadiro - 135
sim642 - 170
SaschaElble - 169
8adrian17 - 122
SomeT - 135
lao - 154
f00lest - 169
9tobiasvl - 112
uplime - 122
POGtastic - 150
Jazz4Dayz - 167
10hello234123 - 91
ryu0 - 121
guest2332 - 143
whitewolf - 144
Statistics created with superseriousstats on Sat, 21 Jul 2018 22:04:16 -0700.