Cool. I've been wanting something better than Learning Python the Hard Way, which I really don't like.
That book is really for people who are just beginning to program.
It's always more difficult to find books that don't waste your time explaining "what is a variable?", but get right into the specifics. Hopefully, only covering the differences compared to the stuff you already know.
Was I correct in assuming you are not a creeper?**
**I know a yes of the first question does not preclude a no in the second question.
No creeper every thinks they're a creeper.
I'm sure that's mostly true. But I have a hard time believing anyone thinks upskirt is actually acceptable.
That sounds like the whole teach men not to rape...as if most men don't know it is wrong. We don't need to teach people not to murder...those that do it choose to do it otherwise.
More importantly we need to teach women not to falsely accuse. In so many cases, there is no down side for the accuser.
The only way to discourage false accusations is to prosecute them. This is also a difficult crime to prove. As such, I do think confessions should result in a lesser sentence. You want to encourage confessions if someone is in jail due to the false accusation.
Based on the difficulting to prosecute, allow civil suits by the accused and family as that is a lower standard of evidence.
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I'm not likely to make it in for this year's competition - I was hoping to be largely done with the story by the end of August to spend September beta testing. But owing to I haven't had the time or energy, so I'm not nearly that far along.
@anonymous234 This is the exact use case I used it for in my last web app.
It was a system to create map editing requests and one of the optional inputs opened up a (simplified) full page map so you could draw a rectangle on the map that contained the area of the map your requested change was in.
I say optional, but the outline box was mandatory... but the system had a bunch of presets for county, city, and township level boxes.
@anotherusername actually, I think the icon was originally supposed to just be a link to the advanced search page, which took forever to load because it was searching for an empty string then too. So the new behavior is the same as the old behavior; all that's changed is the link it's using for the search page.
Apparently, no one speaks English properly, not even the British
Which of the many accents in Britain are you referring to? We have many and they delineate a lot about where people come from and what social class they're in. We're almost as bad as the Italians that way…