Status: Ten guesses as to what's wrong with this section of code, and why the assumptions are incorrect.
i += 2
Actually no, that assumption is correct. It's more to do with how i is static (apparently) and the lazy constructor thing essentially (highlighted at the breakpoint) always calls the same, no matter what the loop was at when the lazy object was instantiated (ie, no matter the length, by the time it gets called each object will received the same init parameter).
I've also found that when searching, sometimes it does both: if I type searchterm and http://searchterm resolves, it'll load the search page, and a moment later ask "Did you mean to go to http://searchterm/?" offering me a link.
...but it seems kind of iffy, doesn't it?
And remember: hackers will be actively trying to exploit the situation.
To add complexity: I tried searching tqnprstnf.com, which did in fact try to route me to http://tqnprstnf.com. But of course that doesn't exist and so my ISP (BrightHouse) forced me to a DNS error page. Which leaves yet another exposure.
I think it's a bad idea, to do something like this and wait to see what exploits the hackers in Elbonia can find. I was exploring two browsers, but how many are there again? And how many web services (http, smtp, ftp, ...)? It's stupid to assume a problem won't exist in any of those that can be exploited; it's outright inviting trouble.
@flabdablet The hoover got the worst off. I ended up buying some anti static cleaner for £2 taking the keyboard off again and using that to get the rest of it off. The cans of compressed air were £12!! Maplin ain't cheap, but that is extortion.
Hale County in west central Alabama and Bamberg County in southern South Carolina are 450 miles apart. Both counties have a population of 16,000 of which around 60% are African American. The median households and per capita incomes are well below their respective state’s median, in Hale nearly...
I read a book a while back that was truly awful, like you-guys-don't-even-want-to-know-level. It was suggested to me automatically by amazon, knowing that I liked diskworld. I can't remember the name, but that's for the best as I haven't read worse, but it was something like "wizards, amazons, and bikers" - about a bad wizards who summons a British biker accidentally during a wizards' duel. It could have been a lot of fun. It wasn't. There are more of them apparently, which is almost nauseating.
It's a bit older but Alan Dean Foster's "Spellsinger" uses a variant of that - a sorcerer needs some assistance against Dark Forces and decides to summon an "Engineer" from our world (the idea was to add technology to their magic in order to overcome the enemy).
This of course goes completely wrong because he summons Jon-Tom, a law student who works part-time as a facility manager. His official title is "sanitary engineer".
Jon-Tom later on discovers that he can do magic through Spellsinging. Due to his novice status (and his dubious choice of songs), he usually gets what he needs. Which is not necessarily equal to what he wants.
The series is quite humorous and has some nice ideas - like a gay unicorn (you know the stories how one can trap a unicorn with a virgin? Well...) and a Red Dragon (who's a Marxist).
I bought a samsung galaxy s7 edge, spent almost 700 USD. 2 months from purchase date the wifi stopped finding search results. i had to do a factory reset to be able to find anything under the wifi search. a week later same thing happened .. i can't find my home network.. all other devices on my home works fine, mac book and other devices can find my home wifi but not the s7 edge. i did another factory reset and it worked for about 4 days then the same thing happened. i tried factory resetting only this time the wifi can't find anything. so i'm stuck at the screen where i need to verify my username and password so that samsung doesn't think i stole the phone. fuck yuo samsung fuck you.. i am done buying samsung devices.
Thank you for your valued opinion, obvious not-anit-Samsung shill with 0 posts except for this one on a necro'd topic. We will treat your opinion with all the respect and consideration it deserves.
Vacation photo time! Here's a sample of the photos that I kept from the drive from Ontario all the way to PEI (the east coast). I CBA to upload the originals, so enjoy facebook's leftovers (side note: of the 1500ish I took, I only kept and edited 20ish, so maybe I should look back at them some time):
All this about speciation shows that we're not clear on the meanings being used. I do not in any way deny that speciation occurs or is observable. But the point is that these new species are still the same type of organism as the original. The "kind" that creationists use corresponds roughly to the genus level of classification. All observed changes remain within the range of "parameters" of their genera. All observed changes that would push against or expand those parameters result in a non-viable organism.
Radiometric dating has many issues. The largest one is that the original composition of the material and its conditions from then until discovery are not known. We can calculate the maximum possible age for something, yes, but that in no way means that the object is that old. The age could easily be much younger, but have either started out in a "partially aged" state, or conditions between then and testing could have accelerated its "aging" to appear much older than it actually is. For example, check out the ages calculated for shells of living mollusks (who make their own shells instead of pilfering others').
Do you ever go to help forums and encounter knowledgeable regulars with attitudes and/or poor critical reasoning?
I tend to encounter regulars who don’t seem to have any useful suggestions beyond what I’ve already tried before posting my question. (Thus ending up with the usual problem: mention everything you’ve already figured out in your opening post and get no replies because you are probably telling the “knowledgeable” regulars things they didn’t know yet, or don’t mention all that and be told to try stuff you already figured out doesn’t help.)