>using a password manager
>not hiding your password in a weakly encrypted text file and hide it inside an image.
Your photo is sexist and it is discouraging me from becoming a world famous software engineer. Please delete it now.
I'm making a password manager using C right now... good idea anon... I don't care if it's not safe but I'm sure I can sell this to normies
>they'll think they're some enigmatic, eccentric hack that uses art for secret messages
The playboy issue might be sexist, but the image has been used for many years in computer vision.
It is useful on because it means you can compare filters. The women in the picture isn't hurt by this, why should anyone feel offended on her behalf?
Or is it offensive because it is a picture of a woman, and you hate women so much a picture offends you?
Of course it's safe.
Just modify the lest significant bits in an picture you took yourself so the original is not reverse searchable.
>nobody except you can ever tell in which image you hide it and how you did cyphered it.
>implying (2^5)*(3^2)*(7) = 2^5*2^2*7
>because that totally wouldn't be re-evaluated as 2^(5*2^(2*7))
you're right, exponents do come first.
the issue with writing the expression without parentheses though, is that it's then open to interpretation. In this case, you would interpret the portion 2^5*2 such that it would equal 2^10. It then follows that the 2^2*7 would be interpreted the same way resulting in nested exponents.
This is why when writing math on something other than paper, you use parentheses not for functionality, but for readability.
>In this case, you would interpret the portion 2^5*2 such that it would equal 2^10.
No you wouldn't. Unless it's clearly stated (5*2) you have absolutely no reason to assume it's done first.