#learnprogramming, seriously.

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Most Talkative People – All-TimeHistory
PercentageLinesUserWhen?Last SeenQuote
14.01%185,0741darkf
Yesterday95% of the time when someone says rtfm it's right, the other 5% they're wankers who never read it themselves
6.37%84,2202tangentstorm
1.2 Months Ago... i mean if you don't have two entries for x+x then it seems wrong to be using "token" as the key, because there are two tokens.
4.17%55,1273raylu
4 Days Agobrowsers are backwards compatible
1.69%22,2644zhiayang
3 Days Ago(did you know that for some reason stat() doesn't work properly on windows)
1.60%21,0765adrian17
Yesterday"why would i want to use django when i can just fire up js on server without learning a new language" because "fire up js" is equivalent to "fire up Python". You still need to write your actual server code.
1.50%19,8836ryu0
Yesterdayanyway you asked what could be wrong with it and that's the only thing i can think of.
1.44%19,0567adam789654123
1.3 Years AgoI've an issue (JS) where by a parent can add children to their account in the registration form. All accounts succesfully create but randomly ID's are left out of the parent column for the childrens account thus the parent having no relation to a parent
1.16%15,2668sim642
YesterdayYeah, just learning a language usually is not sufficient to build a server application in it because usually you would use certain libraries or frameworks
1.09%14,3879Amadiro
2 Days Agotalking about poorly written software, it took irssi about one and a half decades to implement line-splitting correctly
1.07%14,12710jesyspa
10.1 Months AgoOnce you have this, the rest is pretty straightfoward, as you're basically just working with files.
1.00%13,17111pharpend
5 Days AgoWhat are we talking about
0.92%12,14012agent_white
YesterdayAfternoon' folks
0.91%11,98913gyaretto
5.1 Months AgoI guess I wrongly assumed that it would use UNIX time as the seed.
0.89%11,699▲14nchambers
4 Days Ago(and just because $OS does it, does *not* make it a good reason to do it)
0.88%11,678▼15lambdabot
4 Days Ago<hint>:1:42: error: parse error on input ‘do’
0.78%10,32416heasummn
3.3 Months Agothe only time you would want C over Python is when speed is an issue, and with modern hardware it really never is
0.71%9,32817FireFly
28 Days Agouh, what are we-- oh some crypto thing
0.67%8,81518beingbrown
2 Days Agoi think that, early in learning cs, there's probably not a more valuable proof method.
0.61%8,05319darkfm
1.1 Years AgoNohbdyAhtall: why'd you choose openbsd? curious
0.60%7,89220fangs124
1.2 Years Agosince the delta x isnt infinitesimally small
0.58%7,70621intothev01d
4.7 Months Agoin your app you can set things up however you want ComputerKidd. if you want to type out literal values go for it. the idea that formatting is a "useless methodology" however, is untrue
0.54%7,17722j-bot
5 Days Agoryu0: |syntax error
0.53%6,98223redlizard
2 Days AgoThat said, darkf is very right in that *conceptually*, a language is a behavioral specification system, which you can implement in whatever way you like, of which compilation and interpretation are two common techniques.
0.51%6,71224entuland
6.5 Months Agoit's croatian as it seems, but I'm italian... I've discovered it just now
0.51%6,70825dtscode
1.7 Months AgoI think you should just use an std::pair***
0.49%6,53926karhu
4.5 Months Agonot on my watch!
0.48%6,33527horny-sama
16 Days AgoI doubt people will want to be harassed by my bots so I will test it in ##horny-sama
0.47%6,16128jconn
3.6 Years Agotangentstorm: | a {~a.i.8 u:u:8866
0.43%5,71829Siegfried
Yesterdayyeah i didn't generate for part 1, just go stuck trying to do the same for part 2
0.43%5,63430professor_sadasd
4.1 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
Less Talkative People – All-Time11,790 People had even less to say..
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5,36031Sorten4,55841Princess17b29a3,64951Tangerine2,55761Gryfelhase
5,23232FruitAddict4,28342kazlock3,43852vqrs2,50862Trivia_Man
5,181▲33guest23324,28343se5a3,16053noob-leech2,45363Frosty-nee
5,125▼34iWaldo4,116▲44whitewolf2,96354taternuts2,44764smartman294
4,99335wei29124,100▲45Vanhallin2,82655carefish2,42865ElectricSheep
4,79636Kelet4,020▼46TheChance2,72356Boohbah2,408▲66POGtastic
4,77337chance3,933▼47pythonbot2,67157ChrisE_2,380▼67dts|pokeball
4,69138Twinklebear3,75048lambot2,66058fddfsadfasasdff2,30368SomeT
4,644▲39geordi3,73049SirSkidmore2,62459amigojapan2,29469Muchoz
4,606▼40TylerOnTech3,65950lbatalha2,58360JBlitzen2,291▲70RedOrangeZ
Most Talkative People – 2017History
PercentageLinesUserWhen?Last SeenQuote
7.47%11,6991darkf
Yesterday95% of the time when someone says rtfm it's right, the other 5% they're wankers who never read it themselves
4.29%6,7122entuland
6.5 Months Agoit's croatian as it seems, but I'm italian... I've discovered it just now
4.28%6,7033ryu0
Yesterdayanyway you asked what could be wrong with it and that's the only thing i can think of.
3.58%5,6014adrian17
Yesterday"why would i want to use django when i can just fire up js on server without learning a new language" because "fire up js" is equivalent to "fire up Python". You still need to write your actual server code.
3.55%5,5605professor_sadasd
4.1 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
3.14%4,9226sim642
YesterdayYeah, just learning a language usually is not sufficient to build a server application in it because usually you would use certain libraries or frameworks
2.54%3,9747raylu
4 Days Agobrowsers are backwards compatible
2.25%3,5278Vanhallin
3 Days AgoI ask because I didnt even think about how the teacher wanted me to submit it
1.60%2,5119Princess17b29a
Yesterdaywell it's just a lie inherited from C. if you have a local variable `char str[8];`, then the type of str is `char[8]`, but if you have a parameter `char str[8]` or `char str[]`, then the type of str is `char*`
1.58%2,47310whitewolf
Yesterdaylaggy_wifi_: the source for cat is as uninteresting as you might imagine, 'echo' too
Most Talkative People – December 2017History
PercentageLinesUserWhen?Last SeenQuote
9.18%4161adrian17
Yesterday"why would i want to use django when i can just fire up js on server without learning a new language" because "fire up js" is equivalent to "fire up Python". You still need to write your actual server code.
7.79%3532darkf
Yesterday95% of the time when someone says rtfm it's right, the other 5% they're wankers who never read it themselves
7.65%3473sim642
YesterdayYeah, just learning a language usually is not sufficient to build a server application in it because usually you would use certain libraries or frameworks
7.50%3404Vanhallin
3 Days AgoI ask because I didnt even think about how the teacher wanted me to submit it
6.46%2935ryu0
Yesterdayanyway you asked what could be wrong with it and that's the only thing i can think of.
6.22%2826laggy_wifi_
Yesterdaytbh i think ./catraw is safer than cat as (as far as ik) nothing will get interpreted wich avoids maliciouse escape sequences and stuff
4.77%2167whitewolf
Yesterdaylaggy_wifi_: the source for cat is as uninteresting as you might imagine, 'echo' too
3.84%1748Rudolph
Yesterdayno one said it made you weird. just don't knock off people saying "google it first" because clearly you didn't, and it would have gotten the same information
2.45%1119Johnjay
2 Days Agoas in, i need a way to document code i don't have write access to as well as my code
2.25%10210Princess17b29a
Yesterdaywell it's just a lie inherited from C. if you have a local variable `char str[8];`, then the type of str is `char[8]`, but if you have a parameter `char str[8]` or `char str[]`, then the type of str is `char*`
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raylu - 28,662
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2tangentstorm - 22,574
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darkf - 23,073
tangentstorm - 27,326
3agent_white - 5,898
zhiayang - 10,341
tangentstorm - 17,832
raylu - 18,556
4zhiayang - 5,397
adrian17 - 7,582
adrian17 - 11,720
adam789654123 - 7,773
5raylu - 4,936
sim642 - 7,168
ryu0 - 7,134
gyaretto - 5,699
6lambdabot - 4,033
ryu0 - 5,238
adam789654123 - 6,840
heasummn - 4,784
7ryu0 - 3,612
Amadiro - 4,667
jesyspa - 6,659
beingbrown - 4,258
8sim642 - 3,572
jesyspa - 4,568
Amadiro - 5,331
lambdabot - 4,252
9fangs124 - 3,313
pharpend - 3,835
heasummn - 4,749
agent_white - 4,113
10FireFly - 2,964
adam789654123 - 3,484
sim642 - 3,912
zhiayang - 4,103
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Most Talkative Chatters
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47.83ryu0
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3944JBlitzen
3845Okay
Individual Top Days – December 2017
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1253laggy_wifi_
1134Rudolph
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Most Active Chatters – All-Time
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76.20%2raylu
67.18%3lambot
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57.49%5tangentstorm
Most Active Chatters – 2017
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81.21%2adrian17
62.14%3ryu0
59.54%4sim642
51.45%5raylu
Most Active Chatters – December 2017
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100.00%2adrian17
100.00%3sim642
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66.67%5Princess17b29a
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1,2651darkfliar!!!
6362agent_whiteAmedeo: Ooo!
5673gyarettoraylu: Oh, nice! Thanks!
4084lambotTry It And See!
3085rayluotherwise, you might write some inefficient code!
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11,4912rayluer... do you have a question?
9,5983tangentstormscatoogle: it seems like a strange thing to do. why do you feel the need to do that?
2,6174adrian17so, your piece of code copies ./elf, right?
2,2085ryu0sammyg: how about being told to google google?
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2062zhiayangWRONG
1483fangs124OH
1414gyarettoXD
1305tangentstormEBNF?
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1,3072tangentstorm
7843adam789654123
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8,0542tangentstorm
3,0053raylu
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7705adam789654123
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62darkfm
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42fangs124
33tangentstorm
34beingbrown
35cl0ak
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2,0101tangentstormtangentstorm wonders what happened to the other python bot.
1,6722darkfdarkf begins performing the "wizardbot troubleshooting" interpretive dance.
3483pharpendpharpend has been writing Ruby lately, which has the second-strangest booleans of any language
2884rayluraylu sighs
2545agent_whiteagent_white changes topic to #learnNLP
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33nchambers
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551tangentstormCalculaterMan22 was kicked from #learnprogramming by tangentstorm [grow up.]
452darkffactoidbot was kicked from #learnprogramming by darkf [WHO DO YOU WORK FOR?!!]
243rayluchatter29 was kicked from #learnprogramming by raylu [chatter29]
104taylskidhehehe was kicked from #learnprogramming by taylskid [stop spamming, please]
95nchambershehehe was kicked from #learnprogramming by nchambers [hehehe]
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61darkfdarkf was kicked from #learnprogramming by tangentstorm [:)]
52JBlitzenJBlitzen was kicked from #learnprogramming by darkf [okay then check your attitude in elsewhere]
53h0wl3vvdh0wl3vvd was kicked from #learnprogramming by darkf [adios amigo, troll elsewhere you funny guy]
44guest2332Guest_8347 was kicked from #learnprogramming by darkfm [Guest_8347]
35pharpendpharpend was kicked from #learnprogramming by darkf [no name calling, as i have to tell you a lot]
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3,6912theSchap
3,2603Rodya_
3,0774milardovich
2,6735themanhimself
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1542dreams
1533TheAceOfHearts
1364Elenwe
1165AnujSharma
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3,6902theSchap
3,2863guest2332
3,2614Rodya_
3,0775milardovich
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7951beingbrown
7642zz_beingbrown
5533guest2332
3224darkf
3135night-owl2
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1132newbie30
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684cntrl
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Topics Set26 Total
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61nchambers
42tangentstorm
43ChanServ
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Most Recent Topics
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12 Dec '171ChanServBeginner friendly programming channel | Don't ask to ask. Just ask your real question. | paste to https://gist.github.com/ | Offtopic in #lpmc please | Happy Christmas. You all have to come into work.
12 Dec '172ChanServBeginner friendly programming channel | Don't ask to ask. Just ask your real question. | paste to https://gist.github.com/ | Offtopic in #lpmc please
27 Nov '173nchambersBeginner friendly programming channel | Don't ask to ask. Just ask your real question. | paste to https://gist.github.com/ | Offtopic in #lpmc please | https://gist.github.com/ntchambers/3f15305118d3bfdfc614d42a4cdfc387 for ideas on a bot competition
23 Oct '174ryu0Newbie-friendly programming channel | Don't ask to ask, just describe your problem, post code to http://gist.github.com, and have plenty of patience | Direct off-topic banter to #lpmc please | Visit our friends at http://reddit.com/r/learnprogramming
8 May '175nchambersNewbie-friendly programming channel | Don't ask to ask, just describe your problem and post code to http://gist.github.com | Direct off-topic banter to #lpmc please | Visit our friends at http://reddit.com/r/learnprogramming
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3,6942darkf
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Laugh10,478 Total
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3592FireFly
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5,5211http://gist.github.com20 Jul '13
3,6682http://github.com19 Jul '13
3,6003http://pastebin.com18 Jul '13
3,4504http://bpaste.net18 Jul '13
1,8655http://stackoverflow.com18 Jul '13
1,6676http://ideone.com18 Jul '13
1,5847http://i.imgur.com20 Jul '13
1,4718http://en.wikipedia.org18 Jul '13
8179http://www.reddit.com18 Jul '13
78910http://imgur.com22 Jul '13
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30,5761.com
6,7822.org
5,3063.net
1,0824.io
6075.edu
5136.pt
4097.sh
2908.de
2869.it
20310.pm
Most Recent URLs
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12 Dec '171Rudolphhttp://sprunge.us/FOPM
2sammyghttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C%2B%2B_Standard_Library
3darkfhttps://github.com/darkf/cs-resources
4sammyghttps://www.computerhope.com/jargon/program.htm
5adrian17https://hastebin.com/rikixaliqu.py
6sim642http://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/iterator/end
7Princess17b29ahttp://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/string/basic_string_view/operator%22%22sv
8sim642https://github.com/strace/strace/blob/34a920baadf2786773e6b6aecf7e2476bb0ac216/util.c#L628-L1066
9RougeT430https://gist.github.com/CodePint/1c5523b724e96148e49cc9e565c46a9a
10sim642http://lmgtfy.com/?q=c+open+file+in+binary+mode
11 Dec '1711laggy_wifi_https://paste.pound-python.org/show/lPfrQRBc7hDuxJZLKILA/
12Sheluliganshttps://gist.github.com/anonymous/0ae2b1959d09c3ce5b45bd892e1ab2c8
13Sheluliganshttps://gist.github.com/anonymous/3d99d9e9628049235601a17b40167e1b
14laggy_wifi_https://paste.pound-python.org/show/b4oely280tCO9o5C4iBp/
15RougeT430https://gist.github.com/CodePint/a6f33d989176fa96940b1d23e293c9be
16Johnjayhttps://www.stack.nl/~dimitri/doxygen/manual/commands.html#cmddontinclude
17sim642https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3052036/how-to-include-custom-files-in-doxygen
18adrian17https://www.stack.nl/~dimitri/doxygen/manual/autolink.html
19whitewolfhttp://en.cppreference.com/w/c/language/type#Compatible_types
20laggy_wifi_http://codepad.org/oRTYaE7f
21whaleinghttps://bpaste.net/show/2a47c5fa5dda
22whaleinghttps://bpaste.net/show/888ca21ce9d4
23sammyghttps://www.tutorialspoint.com/csharp/csharp_data_types.htm
24starahttps://image.ibb.co/dntezb/bsr_v3.png
25starahttps://thepasteb.in/p/KOh8W6LPPWNhJ
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3,0223darkf
1,4574lambot
6945adrian17
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140,2991that
77,4002what
77,0723have
74,1864just
67,6125with
Words of 5 Characters9,080 Total
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35,3581would
30,0692about
28,4493think
27,5034there
19,8465using
Words of 6 Characters11,005 Total
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24,7411should
19,9572really
14,0383trying
12,5994python
11,4125things
Words of 7 Characters12,234 Total
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21,2341because
10,0592program
10,0563problem
7,9624working
7,1545through
Words of 8 Characters11,767 Total
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13,7091function
12,3862probably
11,7153actually
9,7214language
8,0375anything
Words of 9 Characters10,543 Total
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20,9351something
8,2472different
4,2473basically
3,9384languages
3,9205functions
Words of 10 Characters8,625 Total
Times UsedWord
8,1991understand
5,4182everything
2,7073javascript
2,1874experience
2,0875assignment
Words of 11 Characters6,350 Total
Times UsedWord
9,2111programming
2,6502interesting
1,6063information
1,5604constructor
1,2965application
Words of 12 Characters4,512 Total
Times UsedWord
2,0091tangentstorm
1,0212pleasantries
9093implementing
8934specifically
6565instructions
Milestones
1,000 Lines Milestone152 Total
DateUser
24 Jul '131darkf
25 Jul '132tangentstorm
26 Jul '133Amadiro
29 Jul '134buttonup
1 Aug '135raylu
2,500 Lines Milestone62 Total
DateUser
28 Jul '131darkf
29 Jul '132tangentstorm
15 Aug '133Amadiro
18 Oct '134raylu
19 Nov '135Kelet
5,000 Lines Milestone34 Total
DateUser
3 Aug '131darkf
11 Aug '132tangentstorm
14 Nov '133Amadiro
15 Nov '134raylu
10 Jan '145adam789654123
10,000 Lines Milestone16 Total
DateUser
31 Aug '131darkf
18 Sep '132tangentstorm
25 Feb '143raylu
26 Apr '144Amadiro
13 Sep '145adam789654123
25,000 Lines Milestone3 Total
DateUser
19 Nov '131darkf
26 Jan '142tangentstorm
5 Nov '143raylu
 
 
50,000 Lines Milestone3 Total
DateUser
14 Apr '141darkf
29 Sep '142tangentstorm
14 Nov '163raylu
 
 
100,000 Lines Milestone1 Total
DateUser
28 Nov '141darkf
 
 
 
 
Statistics created with superseriousstats on Wed, 13 Dec 2017 00:15:18 -0800.