Just wait until he sees 16-8
I some times write in comments after this that say I have no idea what this fucking does, that way future me is extra fucked.
ORIGINAL JOKE ALERT
You're just out of the loop and that's okay.
Most industry programmers use Github to save copies of their code, and how often you do this shows up on your profile page in a chart called contributions. See this profile for example (must view in desktop).
The chart is made of squares which each represent a day. The squares are various shades of white to dark green representing how much work you did, with white being no work done that day.
Therefore someone with all green on their contributions is considered a person dedicated to programming. The joke is the tiling on the subway wall looks similar to this, and the subway is working harder than that guy is.
whats the joke? please help me im too dumb to understand
edit: why am i top comment whats wrong with you people?
Doesn't mean better. Just more active. Might be the type of person that does commits like changing comment wordings.
What is a neural net but a big pile of ifs. It's ifs all the way down!
Like... what is the non-If AI?
Hundreds? Does anyone think that's a large number?
I want to make a joke about the likelihood of collisions but I'm not smart enough
Must be really hard to crack this car
I thought there weren’t any SHA256 collisions?!
OMG...I had SHA256 on my STI before wrecking it. RIP :'(
FYI, if you don't care what the data is, the real answer is fallocate -l 1G myGiantFile.txt. It will take basically zero time.
If you need proper "random" binary data, the answer is dd if=/dev/urandom of=file.txt bs=1048576 count=1000. It will take a while.
I restarted the computer on my first try, so it may not work for everyone!
fallocate is a funny word
It means sex, right?
Edit: fallocate -> fallus + allocate ie allocating fallus aka inserting penis. Maybe a stretch, I dunno
Definitely the sumbit instead of submit. Also, inconsistent upper and lowercase function names. In any case, this is a router. There’s no way NOT to do things client side...
This post smells fishy: the image was last posted 6 months ago with the same title, and the top comment is exactly the same.
Looks like browser in-line JS from the page source.
Other way around for me, knowing only C
Those delts though