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One of the things that pisses me off is how did these spambots even get my name, or choose me. I don't have as many followers. Why the hell am I in the crosshairs.
Fuck, man, I have to turn off notifs for this place.
In other words competition works to keep prices down: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/newsletters/2024-02-22/supply-chain-latest-bloomberg-s-moving-metals-series
A lot of the inflation we have seen is 💯 linked to lack of competition in key market places. We have let too many companies get too big and we are literally paying for it.
Didn't think seeing @-spam here would be the thing that makes me hate this place but I guess that's it.
Not that I hate anyone on here, it's just. You know, I was hoping this platform would remain "indie" enough it'd never attract the clickbaiters and spammers. Now every instance is going to have to speedrun spamblock tech beyond "block/mute instance".
another day wasted to LaTeX telling me I'm missing an
itemand erroring on.... exactly the
what an utterly inhumane language.
You wouldn't read the first draft of the C2Y standard at wtf-o'-clock in the night,
Didn't think "writing over the edge of an array is bad and we should not do that if we can help it without relying on Undefined Behavior Sanitizer or Address Sanitizer" was going to be something I had to write about in 2024 but...
... here we are??
@thephd I've run into "flexible array member in otherwise empty struct" error (https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=69550).
My use case is: I want to return a value that right now is only a pointer to an array, but it may contain more data in the future, which should be stored in the same allocation. However, I can't introduce a struct yet that only contains the FAM.
@thephd Speaking as the C editor, would you expect this to imply that fread won't ever return a partial result if neither eof nor an error occur?
"At program startup, three text streams are predefined and need not be opened explicitly …"
... does that mean they are guaranteed to be open (on a hosted implementation) or that they MAY already be open...?
Y'all. This coffee machine broke down in this place and from the back entryway the most butch lass decked in heavy tool-laden belts, hand-repaired headphones, a weighty backpack and the most relaxed work fit just walked in. And.... and.
Lesbians, I get it.
Only 2 more big fat ugly changes to make to the standard and then I ship this fucking C23 DIS out of here AND THEN NEVER TOUCH IT AGAIN (I hope (please (god i am so tired (pls be done plsplsplslpspls))))
LaTeX top2 worst programming languages for SURE.
Ain't no way this is what we settled on typst cannot come fast enough!!