Forth is the most ultimate programming language, I think nobody would deny that, but tell me do you think forth is possible to understand for casuals or do you think it is only relegated to the most autistic of autistics?
dup swap drop rot swap sawp dup swap rot 2 2 + 2 + 2 + drop swap rot kill yourself
You can make a program in forth where when you do that string of commands it installs git and then updates your packages.
Forth is the natural programming language for computers. People might prefer to program in c or python but computers prefer to be programmed in forth. Implementing a programming language usually involves all kinds of work with a parser a compiler a runtime system.. for forth you just have one dictionary, a couple tools to work with the dictionary and a loop that reads in a word then executes it, from there forth csn extend itself to become a more powerful language.
Why am I so weak and get memed into buying things I don't need? I'm sitting on a GTX1080 that gets its most usage probably out of decoding VP9 and HEVC because I thought I will play Skyrim and BF1 but as it turns out I hate AAA games and only play the odd round of League of cancer which I could probably do with an 8800GT
because you're a gullible consumerist gud goy now shut up and buy
When will shitskins stop making video tutorial on Youtube? They are fucking everywhere.
> GDDR5X: 484 GB/s
RX Vega 64
> HBM2: 484 GB/s
not a video card trolling thread. memory question: can somebody please explain the point of HBM? i thought it's advantage was higher bandwidth?
to look cool and edgy while underperforming
Chrome for Android will now ship with an adblocker.
Reminder that Firefox has less than 1% of marketshare on mobile, the only platform that matters in 2017+.
Looking at buying a couple new monitors to replace this one. Otherwise it's fast and runs cool
Why can't we use VRAM as system RAM? Why do we need DDR4?
>100 word essay due tomorrow
>can't stop ricing linux
>People will spend over $1000 on custom water cooling using hard tubing and a fuckton of fittings.
>For the same price you could just fucking get a phase change cooler
Where do these aspies get their money?
>extra power draw and heat
>only cools the CPU
If you spend $1k on water cooling, you're getting a full loop with CPU and GPUs in it. It doesn't use a lot of extra power, generates little extra heat (just <15W for the pump), and can give you good performance for the CPU and GPU(s) while keeping noise down (with enough rad). It also looks better than phase change, and you don't have to deal with condensation. For 99% of people, water cooling is the better deal.
Thoughts on the Asus ROG 27 inch IPS, 165hz, GSync, 4ms vs the Acer Predator with the same stats?
Are these things worth their price?
someone told me that chrome is better than firefox because firefox has memory leaks
are they right? have I been living a lie this entire time?
I don't know what to believe anymore
Hello again /g/ and retro enthusiasts. This was my thread from the other day: >>61632364
Unfortunately I didn't have the time to take more pictures that day. However, tonight I am starting to organize things in preparation for my move. I'll be taking pictures throughout the evening of some of the legacy/retro stuff I have and posting them.
Pic related are some old ISA sound cards I just packaged up. 1/2
>Headphone purchase advice:
Please put some effort into your requests and questions.
If you dislike a suggestion, explain why and try giving a better suggestion to whomever asked.
For sub-$50 headphones and IEMs, check out the infographic in >>>/g/csg
>/g/ wiki headphone FAQ:
Previous thread - >>61648494
What is the second best headphone behind the HD600?
I am a digital art hobbyist , would you guys happen to have any good tablet suggestions?
Why have I never heard of this distro before? Is it any good?
it's Ubuntu with a forked Gnome (which is very recource heavy). So it is as good as Ubuntu. And Ubuntu IS good. So if you like your Ubuntu DE to be bloated - Zorin is a good choice.
Should have phrased my question differently, I mean this is obviously directed at normies and looks pretty sleek so why have I not heard of it until today? Apparently it's been around since 2008.