#learnprogramming, seriously.

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Most Talkative People – All-TimeHistory
PercentageLinesUserWhen?Last SeenQuote
13.98%188,6351darkf
Yesterday"object Object" is just the string representation, and there are only two ways of accessing things (x.y and x[y]), so what's the actual problem
6.24%84,2752tangentstorm
24 Days Agoprobably. did you look around on google?
4.09%55,1403raylu
1.5 Months Agosounds like you performed the write successfully but sent an error
1.74%23,5014zhiayang
Yesterdaythe reverse is true when destroying; before you can destruct a base class, you must call the destructor of the child class
1.66%22,4665adrian17
Yesterdayzhiayang: what's up
1.50%20,2706ryu0
1.4 Months Agosim642: a standardized API for automated money laundering? :P
1.41%19,0567adam789654123
1.8 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
1.23%16,5978sim642
2 Days Agoliste, yeah, selection/insertion make more intuitive sense than bubblesort
1.08%14,5399Amadiro
2 Days Agostara: I don't know if that particular function can print a document at all
1.05%14,12710jesyspa
1.4 Years AgoOnce you have this, the rest is pretty straightfoward, as you're basically just working with files.
0.98%13,17111pharpend
3.5 Months AgoWhat are we talking about
0.90%12,15012agent_white
3 Days Agodarkf: tf is that
0.89%12,03113nchambers
Yesterdayif you're wanting to write software of any kind, I recommend learning programming first then learning about ai/ml :)
0.89%11,98914gyaretto
11.4 Months AgoI guess I wrongly assumed that it would use UNIX time as the seed.
0.87%11,72215lambdabot
12 Days AgoUnknown command, try @list
0.76%10,32416heasummn
14 Days Agothe only time you would want C over Python is when speed is an issue, and with modern hardware it really never is
0.69%9,36317FireFly
10 Days AgoI also got a point-of-sale orthogonal keyboard with MX blacks, but that one was just for toying around with layout ideas
0.65%8,81518beingbrown
5 Days Agoi think that, early in learning cs, there's probably not a more valuable proof method.
0.60%8,05319darkfm
1.6 Years AgoNohbdyAhtall: why'd you choose openbsd? curious
0.58%7,89220fangs124
5.8 Months Agosince the delta x isnt infinitesimally small
0.57%7,70621intothev01d
11 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%7,353▲22entuland
Yesterdayactually, teaching web scraping nowadays feels retarded to begin with. Pretty much anything that is worth scraping provides an API
0.53%7,188▼23j-bot
7 Days Agoadrian17: 1
0.53%7,143▼24redlizard
YesterdayFor something like ->, I do imagine you'd get a compilation error.
0.50%6,70825dtscode
4.8 Months AgoI think you should just use an std::pair***
0.48%6,53926karhu
3.1 Months Agonot on my watch!
0.47%6,34227horny-sama
1.1 Months Agoanyone here familiar with np problem?
0.46%6,16128jconn
4.1 Years Agotangentstorm: | a {~a.i.8 u:u:8866
0.43%5,74629Siegfried
1.3 Months Agoblocking works, but non blocking would also be fine right?
0.42%5,63430professor_sadasd
1.6 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-Time12,230 People had even less to say..
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5,40231guest23324,60641TylerOnTech3,64951Tangerine2,59261Frosty-nee
5,36032Sorten4,38042whitewolf3,43852vqrs2,59062POGtastic
5,23233FruitAddict4,29243kazlock3,228▲53ryuo2,58563Gryfelhase
5,12934iWaldo4,28344se5a3,160▼54noob-leech2,58364JBlitzen
4,99335wei29124,14045Vanhallin2,963▼55taternuts2,50865Trivia_Man
4,79636Kelet4,02046TheChance2,82656carefish2,50666SomeT
4,79137geordi3,93347pythonbot2,72357Boohbah2,44767smartman294
4,77338chance3,75048lambot2,67158ChrisE_2,42968ElectricSheep
4,76339Princess17b29a3,73049SirSkidmore2,66059fddfsadfasasdff2,39769RedOrangeZ
4,69140Twinklebear3,66150lbatalha2,62460amigojapan2,38070dts|pokeball
Most Talkative People – 2018History
PercentageLinesUserWhen?Last SeenQuote
12.96%3,2181darkf
Yesterday"object Object" is just the string representation, and there are only two ways of accessing things (x.y and x[y]), so what's the actual problem
9.19%2,2822ryuo
YesterdayAquazi: ... this is all largely arbitrary, but if you're going for an interface or callback approach, you need to define what services the caller needs.
4.90%1,2173zhiayang
Yesterdaythe reverse is true when destroying; before you can destruct a base class, you must call the destructor of the child class
4.90%1,2174sim642
2 Days Agoliste, yeah, selection/insertion make more intuitive sense than bubblesort
4.23%1,0505adrian17
Yesterdayzhiayang: what's up
2.58%6416entuland
Yesterdayactually, teaching web scraping nowadays feels retarded to begin with. Pretty much anything that is worth scraping provides an API
2.32%5777f00lest
2 Days Agohow do I know what .h files came with my compiler
1.45%3618___Jeff
1.6 Months Agoif i debug while th eprogram starts, a lot of functions are returning false, even if they reach return true
1.30%3249SaschaElble
3.5 Months AgoA big help, would the name of the type of macro this is, and maybe even a explanation of the structure of this macro
1.24%30710ryu0
1.4 Months Agosim642: a standardized API for automated money laundering? :P
Most Talkative People – June 2018History
PercentageLinesUserWhen?Last SeenQuote
12.96%5501darkf
Yesterday"object Object" is just the string representation, and there are only two ways of accessing things (x.y and x[y]), so what's the actual problem
11.50%4882entuland
Yesterdayactually, teaching web scraping nowadays feels retarded to begin with. Pretty much anything that is worth scraping provides an API
9.14%3883ryuo
YesterdayAquazi: ... this is all largely arbitrary, but if you're going for an interface or callback approach, you need to define what services the caller needs.
7.54%3204sim642
2 Days Agoliste, yeah, selection/insertion make more intuitive sense than bubblesort
5.33%2265zhiayang
Yesterdaythe reverse is true when destroying; before you can destruct a base class, you must call the destructor of the child class
3.98%1696f00lest
2 Days Agohow do I know what .h files came with my compiler
2.92%1247prsstnt
2 Days Agoif i get into my third year of uni i think i will cry with joy
2.83%1208uplime
15 Days Agowriting an rpn/shunting yard calculators are fun. i learned a lot writing a hashmap implementation
2.73%1169adrian17
Yesterdayzhiayang: what's up
2.14%9110hello234123
15 Days Agoyazmir8azyr: warning C4244: '=': conversion from 'double' to 'int', possible loss of data
Most Talkative People by Time of Day
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2tangentstorm - 22,574
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darkf - 24,045
tangentstorm - 27,332
3agent_white - 5,898
zhiayang - 10,973
tangentstorm - 17,874
raylu - 18,569
4zhiayang - 5,691
adrian17 - 8,094
adrian17 - 12,471
adam789654123 - 7,773
5raylu - 4,936
sim642 - 7,846
ryu0 - 7,256
gyaretto - 5,699
6lambdabot - 4,041
ryu0 - 5,383
adam789654123 - 6,840
heasummn - 4,784
7sim642 - 4,016
Amadiro - 4,773
jesyspa - 6,659
zhiayang - 4,288
8ryu0 - 3,655
jesyspa - 4,568
Amadiro - 5,374
beingbrown - 4,258
9fangs124 - 3,313
pharpend - 3,835
heasummn - 4,749
lambdabot - 4,258
10FireFly - 2,964
nchambers - 3,512
sim642 - 4,073
agent_white - 4,123
General Chat
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43.54Amadiro
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Individual Top Days – All-Time
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9411JFTActual
8762tangentstorm
7983entuland
6624dezkoala
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Individual Top Days – 2018
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1652ryuo
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1315AlexBieniek
Individual Top Days – June 2018
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962f00lest
913hello234123
834entuland
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Most Active Chatters – All-Time
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68.22%2raylu
60.06%3lambot
54.67%4adrian17
54.44%5lambdabot
Most Active Chatters – 2018
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90.12%1darkf
56.40%2adrian17
52.91%3ryuo
45.93%4sim642
41.86%5codebot
Most Active Chatters – June 2018
ActivityUser
95.24%1darkf
90.48%2ryuo
71.43%3entuland
66.67%4sim642
52.38%5adrian17
Exclamations12,414 Total
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1,2781darkfentuland: why didn't you anticipate I would ask why you didn't reply to the question I am about to ask!
6362agent_whiteAmedeo: Ooo!
5673gyarettoraylu: Oh, nice! Thanks!
4084lambotTry It And See!
3085rayluotherwise, you might write some inefficient code!
Questions166,943 Total
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16,5701darkfcan you show us the code?
11,4932raylufendral: I agree that seems unlikely to work. have you tried the query out yourself?
9,6083tangentstormprobably. did you look around on google?
2,7714adrian17What do you want to test - the code and SQL retriving data from DB to the return value (list)?
2,2465ryu0Because C++ doesn't have enough ISO standards, right?
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5991darkfLISP
2222zhiayangNO STOP JOULES ARE A UNIT OF ENERGY
1483fangs124OH
1414gyarettoXD
1305tangentstormEBNF?
Monologues21,157 Total
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7843adam789654123
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8,0552tangentstorm
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62darkfm
33raylu
34Yoko
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33tangentstorm
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35zhiayang
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2,0111tangentstormtangentstorm is doing learntris in rust
1,6862darkfdarkf slaps zhiayang around with 3000 J of torque
3483pharpendpharpend has been writing Ruby lately, which has the second-strangest booleans of any language
2884rayluraylu sighs
2565ryu0ryu0 shrugs.
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551tangentstormCalculaterMan22 was kicked from #learnprogramming by tangentstorm [grow up.]
462darkfperk98 was kicked from #learnprogramming by darkf [perk98]
243rayluchatter29 was kicked from #learnprogramming by raylu [chatter29]
104nchamberstamper was kicked from #learnprogramming by nchambers [tamper]
105taylskidhehehe was kicked from #learnprogramming by taylskid [stop spamming, please]
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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_84857 was kicked from #learnprogramming by raylu [Guest_84857]
35pharpendpharpend was kicked from #learnprogramming by darkf [no name calling, as i have to tell you a lot]
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3,7612milardovich
3,6913theSchap
3,3994Rodya_
2,7505themanhimself
Channel Parts10,118 Total
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4241Sorbett
1562dreams
1533TheAceOfHearts
1364Elenwe
1165AnujSharma
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3,7612milardovich
3,6903theSchap
3,4994guest2332
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TotalUser
7951beingbrown
7642zz_beingbrown
5943guest2332
3224darkf
3135night-owl2
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1132newbie30
823alt
684cntrl
345user
Topics Set28 Total
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61nchambers
42tangentstorm
43ChanServ
44darkf
25dtscode
Most Recent Topics
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10 Mar '181ryuoBeginner friendly programming channel | Don't ask to ask. Just ask your real question. | paste to https://gist.github.com/ | We've got cookies! Just say $cookie | Offtopic in #lpmc please
10 Mar '182ryuoBeginner friendly programming channel | Don't ask to ask. Just ask your real question. | paste to https://gist.github.com/ | Stick around if you want an answer. | Offtopic in #lpmc please
12 Dec '173ChanServBeginner 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 '174ChanServBeginner 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 '175nchambersBeginner 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
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Happy20,898 Total
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3,7132darkf
6533raylu
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Laugh10,642 Total
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1,4542raylu
3643tangentstorm
3124adrian17
2975Siegfried
Tongue Sticking Out9,568 Total
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3622FireFly
2233sim642
2034horny-sama
1905agent_white
Sad4,346 Total
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1832raylu
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1704tangentstorm
1165beingbrown
Wink3,085 Total
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3262raylu
2163Gryfelhase
2094tangentstorm
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2113adrian17
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1323TheChance
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383Princess17b29a
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1182raylu
303ryu0
274darkfm
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URLs
Most Referenced Domain Names
TotalDomainFirst Used
5,6371http://gist.github.com20 Jul '13
3,7712http://github.com19 Jul '13
3,7173http://pastebin.com18 Jul '13
3,4674http://bpaste.net18 Jul '13
1,9345http://stackoverflow.com18 Jul '13
1,6826http://ideone.com18 Jul '13
1,6087http://i.imgur.com20 Jul '13
1,5178http://en.wikipedia.org18 Jul '13
8349http://www.reddit.com18 Jul '13
82910http://imgur.com22 Jul '13
Most Referenced TLDs
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31,3281.com
6,9782.org
5,3703.net
1,1164.io
6575.pt
6116.edu
4187.sh
3068.de
2989.it
20310.pm
Most Recent URLs
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21 Jun '181worldbui3https://thepasteb.in/p/pghQJW58MKGhR
2darkfhttps://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/API:Main_page
3entulandhttps://www.quora.com/Does-Wikipedia-allow-web-scraping-of-its-contents-by-bots
4CosmeFulanitohttps://bpaste.net/show/b7a7d279c9bb
5zhiayanghttps://isocpp.org/wiki/faq/strange-inheritance#calling-virtuals-from-ctors
6worldbui3https://thepasteb.in/p/O7h5ggBX2kPtq
7Cecilia_https://cpy.pt/d6seaPAm
20 Jun '188ceehttps://cpy.pt/Rcrr3XuS
9Cecilia_https://cpy.pt/BRr2t4Am
10Cecilia_https://cpy.pt/RYypJG28
11Amadirohttp://www.robvanderwoude.com/printfiles.php
12starahttps://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/administration/windows-commands/print
13Amadirohttps://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/administration/windows-commands/rundll32-printui
14cosmehttps://cpy.pt/sD4PYreZ
15polloshttps://cpy.pt/eAm65rVe
16CosmeFulanitohttps://pastebin.com/XFiJTADQ
17polloshttps://cpy.pt/hh6yJ9fQ
18laohttps://gist.github.com/laoshanlungo/fa59671069ba9fca5ac5a5d51c8aaf30
19laohttps://gist.github.com/laoshanlungo/016b08adb88db90159dbd28c04e4aff8
20tobiasvlhttps://gist.github.com/
19 Jun '1821Amadirohttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Behavior-driven_development
22ryuohttps://assets.amuniversal.com/c4db6ca06cbb01301d46001dd8b71c47
23ryuohttps://assets.amuniversal.com/6c0d6cf0b171012f2fef00163e41dd5b
18 Jun '1824ryuohttps://stackoverflow.com/questions/26478315/getting-volume-levels-from-pyaudio-for-use-in-arduino#26579447
25revstrangehopehttps://gist.github.com/RevStrangeHope/aa887d130e1053a336eb70adc85ea28d
URLs by Users49,234 Total
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3,4421tangentstorm
3,1712raylu
3,0813darkf
1,4574lambot
7455adrian17
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143,6781that
79,1262what
78,8883have
76,0094just
69,4135with
Words of 5 Characters9,194 Total
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36,2461would
30,7512about
29,0673think
28,2374there
20,3985using
Words of 6 Characters11,170 Total
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25,3211should
20,4452really
14,4343trying
12,8604python
11,6795things
Words of 7 Characters12,400 Total
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21,7321because
10,2912program
10,2623problem
8,1424working
7,3285someone
Words of 8 Characters11,969 Total
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14,0721function
12,7352probably
11,9713actually
9,9634language
8,2485anything
Words of 9 Characters10,729 Total
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21,4731something
8,5012different
4,3543basically
4,0634languages
4,0075functions
Words of 10 Characters8,768 Total
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8,4221understand
5,5352everything
2,8043javascript
2,2494experience
2,1325assignment
Words of 11 Characters6,490 Total
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9,4631programming
2,6882interesting
1,6523information
1,6054constructor
1,3375application
Words of 12 Characters4,604 Total
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2,0111tangentstorm
1,0252pleasantries
9333implementing
9124specifically
6885instructions
Milestones
1,000 Lines Milestone156 Total
DateUser
24 Jul '131darkf
25 Jul '132tangentstorm
26 Jul '133Amadiro
29 Jul '134buttonup
1 Aug '135raylu
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28 Jul '131darkf
29 Jul '132tangentstorm
15 Aug '133Amadiro
18 Oct '134raylu
19 Nov '135Kelet
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3 Aug '131darkf
11 Aug '132tangentstorm
14 Nov '133Amadiro
15 Nov '134raylu
10 Jan '145adam789654123
10,000 Lines Milestone16 Total
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31 Aug '131darkf
18 Sep '132tangentstorm
25 Feb '143raylu
26 Apr '144Amadiro
13 Sep '145adam789654123
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19 Nov '131darkf
26 Jan '142tangentstorm
5 Nov '143raylu
 
 
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14 Apr '141darkf
29 Sep '142tangentstorm
14 Nov '163raylu
 
 
100,000 Lines Milestone1 Total
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28 Nov '141darkf
 
 
 
 
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