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pyon
jkbbwr: In fact, it's probably a better idea to use parentheses than $.
jkbbwr
pyon: I know it can, but haskell wizards will look down on youy
pyon
jkbbwr: Not really.
jkbbwr
pyon: I see tons of code that prefers $ over ()
pyon
jkbbwr: $ is okay when used in moderation.
jkbbwr
hm
pyon
jkbbwr: But gratuitous $ only makes code harder to read.
jkbbwr
I might have to give haskell another go over xmas
pyon
heh
jkbbwr: I have to be honest - when I began using Haskell, I was so fascinated by $ that I would go through great lengths to eliminate ALL parentheses.
jkbbwr: But I was just being a misguided newbie.
jkbbwr
Heh
pyon
jkbbwr: That being said, `foo = bar . qux` is preferable to either `foo x = bar (qux x))` or `foo x = bar $ qux x`.
So Haskell lets you write point-free code - but, again, please use in moderation.
pluszak
Okay, so I need a new job title. I work as a dev in php shop and I believe I should be promoted because I know more than my peers but my manager claimes senior developer is for someone who is a good teamleader
lf94
To anyone that cares, Microsoft Excel development team is doing an AMA on Reddit.
jkbbwr
hmm
Melonpan
Wow.
A $10 smartwatch.
pyon
Melonpan: :-O
pluszak
What fance name can I get if I'm a good developer, only db guy in the office and local reference for git, scripts and applied magic?
jkbbwr
lf94: Do they still use their own custom C compiler?
lf94: or did they get standardized
pyon
Melonpan: ohyaou nee-chan :-)
lf94
jkbbwr, no idea - go ask :)
Melonpan
pyon: Konbanwa, imouto!~
lf94
I didn't see anyone ask that
jkbbwr
lf94: Excel team used to use a custom C compiler
A while back
schquid
MSVC?
jkbbwr
pluszak: Developer.
schquid: No custom
pyon
schquid: Microsoft's C++ comiler.
compiler*
schquid
It's custom in the sense it doesn't work properly
pluszak
jkbbwr: upgrade from php developer to developer is no real upgrade
Melonpan
No message notifications.
schquid
Unless you use Microsoft's C99 (tm) (r) (c) (microsoft)
Melonpan
What the fu*k?
pluszak
though at least that would cover the part where I write in anything but php
Melonpan
What's it for then!?
pyon
schquid: Ah, back then it was Microsoft C/C++ or something.
schquid: IIRC.
schquid: Late 80's, early 90's.
schquid
pyon, Even with VS2015 they still don't support all of C99 :P
jkbbwr
schquid: pff lol
Soon VS will clang
so
No fear
pyon
schquid: And they probably never well.
schquid
Their documentation says something along the lines of "We fully support C99* (*the subsets of C99 which we choose to acknowledge)"
jkbbwr
Standards Yo
Melonpan
pyon: Lol'd. http://oi58.tinypic.com/30jk6ty.jpg
pyon
Melonpan: RMB meaning renminbi?
Melonpan
pyon: Seems so.
pyon
Ah.
Melonpan: Interesting.
Melonpan
Well, it seems sh*tty.
adsc
Melonpan: why does it mention autodyne?
Melonpan
adsc: No fu*king idea.
Probably thought it sounded cool.
adsc
it doesn't make any sense
pyon
Melonpan: $80 is probably a little bit too high for a no-brand watch, though
adsc
but it's a SMART watch
Melonpan
pyon: It's $10-$15 right now.
In our place.
pyon
:-O
adsc: Well, it says RMB 500, and #anime 's currency conversion bot says 500 CNY is 78.800 USD.
Melonpan: That's a much more reasonable price.
adsc
no, it's entirely unreasonable
Melonpan
Would rather pebble.
Pebble seems really, really, expensive though.
Not as much as the APple Watch.
pyon
An uncle of mine told me a few years ago that, for quite a while already (back then), he had been buying Chinese appliances only (smartphone, car radio, etc.) and they were okay.
lf94
my watch is smart
an it was $5
zump
Are there any algorithms for searching 2 graphs for the same node
Melonpan
lf94: wurr
wut
lf94
it has logic circuits built right in
unlike those dumb watches with gears
pyon
zump: You mean, nodes are shared between graphs?
lf94
those has no logic at all!
have
aoesnuth
Melonpan
lf94: lol
lf94
Myrl why did you change your name
zump
pyon: two separate graphs, same node
adsc
pyon: they are okay when you only consider the bang for the buck, otherwise they are terrible
Melonpan
pyon: I just had an idea. Divergence Meter design on a smartwatch.
pyon
lf94: I once saw this golden Swiss watch that was so accurate it wouldn't deviate more than a second in 6000 years.
Melonpan: :-O
lf94
but did it have logic gates
adsc
no
jkbbwr
pyon: its also water proof and will self wind with kinetic energy
lf94
then don't care; not smart
Melonpan
This reminds me, someone actually made an Android script where the background changes according to the time.
pyon
jkbbwr: heh
Melonpan: Divergence meter?
Melonpan
pyon: :(
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