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Which is the best language to make software?
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English
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unironically assembly
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>>62483177
C# and C++. C brainlets GTFO

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hey /g/, I am completely disconnected with reality, what headphones do normal people wear?
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IEMs included, also
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>>62483051
Whatever's around. I wear Sony MDR XB 450, which I purchased on clearance for 15 dollars. It was the same price as Sony's cheapest set, and was normally 50 bucks.
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>>62483051
>what headphones do normal people wear?
Garbage ones.

>net worth: 900 million dollars
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Chris Pirillo?
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http://valleywag.gawker.com/jack-dorsey-insists-hes-still-a-punk-1588174986
>he had *a tattoo*
WOOOOOOOOOOW

what's the deal with these garbage threads anyway. explain yourself OP
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>>62483050
Literally who?
Why should I care?
she is probably just some sjw boyband member.

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is upgrading from Moto G 1st Gen to 5 Plus worth it? Does it still have the same clear Android experience without bloatware and shit?
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>>62483010
Practically the same thing. Not worth
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>>62483010
Yes but only if necessary for you to change phones.

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What are you working on, /g/?

Old thread: >>62477169
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Rust is a language with promise
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>>62482852
can't even initialize a struct on the heap without crossing your fingers and hoping the optimizer elides the copy
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I'm writing a switch function but when I the default case is used, it prints out the statement 3 times

int value(char romanChar) {
switch (romanChar)
{
case 'I':return 1;
case 'V':return 5;
case 'X':return 10;
case 'L':return 50;
case 'C':return 100;
case 'D':return 500;
case 'M':return 1000; //cout << "Sorry, '" << romanChar << "' is not a Roman numeral. Please enter a Roman numeral :";
default:
cout << ":)";
break;
}

}
So it prints out ":):):)"

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Does anyone know python and can edit this code:
https://pastebin.com/3YW3g9Lv to write the lines in IP:PORT format to a text file? instead of all the info to terminal.

It's a proxy scraper. Not for bad activities; I enjoy other countries Netflix :-D
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This thread will expire so if you could help id open up a bloochat.com because it'd probably be gone by the time edits are done...
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>>62482728
I can't edit the page, it's read only.
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>>62482754
Then you're obviously not the person I'm looking for ;-) by the way this is technology not /b/

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>Type "()", then go back one, and fill in the parenthesis [MASTER RACE]
>Type "(", write the text, and then type ")" [SEXUALLY INEXPERIENCED, LOSER, PROBABLY NOT LOVED EVEN BY MOTHER]
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>>62482696
I have a half decent text editor and I don't need to do either.
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I'm neither because I'm not an oaf who uses a text editor without automatic bracket insertion.
I type ( and then whatever I need to go inside of it and then I'm done, because my editor has already appended )
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A is a bad habit that I need to deal with. B is more efficient.

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>be me
>fat af and girls never liked me
>spend time programming instead
>go full sperg on proprietary software
>people like this
>gain notoriety for some reason
>girl notices me
>she wants to Netflix and chill
>tfw no qt3.14 succubus will trick me into using proprietary software
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his page reads like a bunch of one-liners of what neckbeards would stereotypically say.
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>>62482707
He is the king neckbeard, clearly

>Usenet archives
>26,000+ hosts
>Pseudo-Unix CLI
>BBSes
>txtfiles
>l337h4x0rz
>wardialing
>HACK THE PLANET

http://telehack.com/

Also you're a bitch if you play it in browser, because if you use a terminal you can adjust the baud rate to get the authentic 300 baud rate 1980's experience.

For those of you that don't know, all the BBSes, robot users, hosts, text files, and games are all archival material. The guy that made this "game" did a really neat thing in using all this old archival software/text and integrated it into a hacking game. It's fun shit, try it. It feels more authentic to me reading old Usenet posts in a terminal compared to looking at Google Groups archives.
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>>62482655
Seems interesting, any tips to start?
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>>62482748
read the initial text files, especially telehack.txt which gives you a primer. type netstat to see which hosts you can connect to from the home host. telnet into other hosts, use ftp to download exe files like porthack.exe to look for vulnerable ports on these hosts and gain account privileges. i'm still working on finding hosts that someone hasn't rooted yet so i can use the oskit and rootkit exploit exes i have to take over something. basically, just get familiar with the commands, if you're familiar with unix command line programs/input it's the same stuff but simplified. read the text files for fun, play games, and try to hack shit. if you get stuck someone might help you in relay. type ? for a list of commands.
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>>62482655
But I do.
Egroj is badass.

DJ technology thread. What's your setup? CDJ based? Laptop based? Vinyl? A mixture? I'm interested in /g/'s opinion on this topic. I would personally love to see more DJ controllers that work as standalone units (they don't need a laptop to play and mix). At this point I think that would be an ideal setup for a lot of people. Pic related it's the Denon DJ MCX8000, a standalone DJ controller. I would love to see Pioneer make something like this.
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yea imma give this a bump rn senpai
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I used to play with virtualdj quite a lot. It was fun.
Have a bump OP!
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>>62483576
cheers, i appreciate it!

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