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@bjb568 ^ does the above bear resemblance to your spam which I can't see anymore?
I'm not sure how that guy answered the question above ^ .. it looks like he answered in python? but there is no mention of what programming language in the question, not that it matters for an algorithm, but thats why I cv'd as off topic. Thoughts?
We recently had a discussion about the appropriate tag to use for the Swift programming language. Swift is Apple's successor to Objective-C, which is currently the 16th most popular tag on Stack Overflow. The tag it ended up with (due to unilateral moderator action, not community consensus) is sw...
@JeremyBanks A poll like that was never a good, on-topic question, but I left it alone so the community could vote. Now that it's taken care of, the question is useless. If someone else has a problem with it, they can start their own question because nothing constructive would come out of anything else being posted on that one.
On proper Stack Exchange sites, poll-style "questions" are not considered acceptable. They typically would serve only to measure users' opinions in aggregate, which is not constructive.
However, meta sites are a bit different, as determining users' opinions is one of their purposes. The scores o...
I agree with you @Mustafasabir . But some self claimed technically strong old people will try to act smart.Instead of helping, they overact.(eventhough they don't know answer to the question) — user37328862 mins ago
Fun is the enjoyment of pleasure, particularly in leisure activities. Fun is an experience - short-term, often unexpected, informal, not cerebral and generally purposeless. It is an enjoyable distraction, diverting the mind and body from any serious task or contributing an extra dimension to it. Although particularly associated with recreation and play, fun may be encountered during work, social functions, and even seemingly mundane activities of daily living. It may often have little to no logical basis, and opinions on whether or not an activity is fun may differ. The distinction betwe...
A rerun or repeat is a rebroadcast of an episode of a radio or television program. There are two types of reruns – those that occur during a hiatus, and those that occur when a program is syndicated. Reruns can also be, as the case with more popular shows, when a show is aired outside of its timeslot (for example, in the afternoon).
In the United Kingdom, the word "repeat" refers only to a single episode; "rerun" or "rerunning" is the preferred term for an entire series/season. "Repeat" is also used to refer to programs shown less than a week after the original broadcast, before the next...
More Fun may refer to:
*More Fun Comics, one of the earliest American comic-book series
*More Fun, a defunct webcomic by Shaenon K. Garrity
*More Fun Than an Open Casket Funeral, an album by the band The Accüsed
*More Fun in the New World, an album by the band X
It may also refer to:
*More Fund Comics, a benefit publication by the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
@bjb568 do I need to link you to another full song or will the quote "but lately I've been thinking for a reason I should hide FIM as to mention it was painfull when it feels so good inside" suffice? :P
Oh, he deleted the question :( I was going to give some advice
> Have you considered Microsoft BizSpark? It's a program for start-ups that gives you access to a full MSDN account (amongst other things), within a few days you can go through the application process.
http://meta.stackoverflow.com/reputation > Reputation on this per-site meta is derived entirely from the main site; nothing to show. Yet http://meta.stackoverflow.com/help/badges/41/mortarboard gets awarded to people
Finally mostly done with a change request! "oh hey we forgot to tell you that we need feature X for user management" they said, more than a week ago... If I put a euro in a jar every time I sweared these past days, there'd be a lot of coins in there!