Very often you see different forms of "pseudo-tagging" in titles. For example:
c# - how to sniff packets in an app without relying on WinPCap?
JS / Jquery: Unable to access the properties of an object returned from an ajax call
C++: Using enum as template type argument
Some times these can ...
it's tricky because we are asking users to do the same thing twice. 1) "tell us what your question is about (in the title)" 2) "tell us what your question is about (in the tags)"
this way we ensure the best of both worlds. either you already organically have the MOST IMPORTANT (as judged by tags) words in the title.. or we add them for you. Since we kinda have to, because "how do I format a string?" is a LOT less useful than "c# - how do I format a string?"
but yes in a perfect world people would write perfect titles like "how do I format a string in C#?" or Google would understand rel=tag or some other blessed tag microformat
@JeffAtwood Yeah, that really would be horrible. I don't actually read my tabs that much anyway, so it hasn't been a big issue for me so far, heh. But any changes that make it as low-impact as possible from the user perspective while cranking up the Google juice are welcome in my book. :)
@JeffAtwood I've always wondered if some people feel a desperate need to include all five available tags. I've seen questions where there are language tags that make zero sense in the context of the question, heh.
I watched a video today and the guy in the video just write this to understand whether a number is even or not:
number/2*2 == number ? true : false ;
i tried it when i got home and compared with
number % 2 == 0 ? true : false ;
The second one was faster then i changed the first one as:
Screenshot / Code Snippet
$ python flack.py 126042
Before 'if' statement... Past 'if' statement. Floating point exception on my system. So, you should check whether e is a very popular way to access Word and Excel documents. There's a line inside an expression like that; the simplest wor...
That's my IRC bot which uses a Markovian style algorithm. It sits in hundreds of IRC channels learning everything it hears, then generates replies based on that. Some of the best quotes are randomised on the front page (refresh to see more). You can find more at:
Everything there is generated from its knowledge - it is not simply repeating back sentences it has heard. The database is 4.6 GB, almost 70 million rows.
@JeffAtwood Originally I wasn't on board with your disdain for those [identify-this-game] questions on Gaming, thinking that the problem was relatively minor in comparison to some other issues...but they just keep coming...and they just keep getting worse. I've been successfully swayed. :P
Yes, looking at the hash value is doable. But also if you're just viewing a question, and you've scrolled down, then hit f5 to see if there's a new answer posted. The browser will generally reload and keep your scroll position. Again though, userscript wins and scrolls to the top.
Comments are for short clarifications to the question or answer. At the point where you "need" paragraphs, you should probably be composing an alternative, competing answer or asking a different question.
Newlines are not rendered, nor ever intended to be rendered, in comments.
If you find your...
> Save the above to disk as "enter-comments.user.js" -- or simply CLICK THIS LINK which is a direct download of the above file and skip to step #3.
While SOIS might not want to do it, we, as the user, can. And the script is absolutely ridiculously simple - so simple that I'm surprised nobody has posted it yet. Ah well, free Meta rep here I come:
// @name StackExchange Title Tag Remover
// @namespace yijiang
I think it'd be awesome to have a single extension that you can use an options page to enable the scripts you want to run...but having to deal with Chrome and Firefox extensions rather than just a single userscript is meh.
Not sure about Firefox, but when I was testing with Chrome, if I installed the same script again, it seemed to install a second copy rather than uninstall the original copy and install the updated version.
This has been bugging me for some time.
I've got > 2,000 rep on Gaming and Web Apps yet I'm still seeing the "about" link in the header. I've just got 2,000 on UI and the link has disappeared from there, which is consistent with every other site I've got over 2K rep on - and expected behaviour (...
Nonlinear is a buzzword used to cover anything that is not linear. Depending on what kind of nonlinearity is involved, and thus what kind of material, there could be one symmetry or another, or there could be no symmetry at all. For instance, in superconductors, gauge symmetry is broken and photo...
I made my green SE bar script apply to *.stackexchange.com, which has been having unintended effects on launched sites that don't have beta designs. I just went to math for the first time in a while; I'm a pretty big fan of this look: