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Some things just feel like home, right?
Originally Posted by laserlight
For me that'd usually be something like "echo foo | caesar 13" in the shell.
However, several of my servers these days don't have the FreeBSD games installed ... so I guess I need to learn PHP or Python's syntax.
OK in a fit of insomnia last night I thought of this and couldn't help thinking how nuts it is. Do you have a link to the module? Does it use a socket or something? Hardware interface is something I'm really curious about.
Originally Posted by NogDog
High Energy Magic Dept.
Nope, no idea which one I used. First couple things I see on the web now that look like possibilities: http://www.easyvitools.com/phpserial/index.html and http://www.phpclasses.org/package/36...rial-port.html
Please give us a simple answer, so that we don't have to think, because if we think, we might find answers that don't fit the way we want the world to be." ~ from Nation, by Terry Pratchett
"But the main reason that any programmer learning any new language thinks the new language is SO much better than the old one is because he’s a better programmer now!" ~ http://www.oreillynet.com/ruby/blog/...ck_to_p_1.html
One of my ongoing projects involves automated theorem proving. I wrote a utility to convert to and from file formats common in the field, and over time it's picked up some basic handling of boolean algebra in its own right (unit resolution, conversion to 3CNF, etc.) as part of its transformational repertoire.
I don't think I'd stoop to writing a line like this in any professional capacity:
$file = array_values(
Weedpacket, I would not be surprised if you proved Gödel wrong somehow.
I have used it to clean up text files/logs, sort things, etc. I find it very useful to manipulate string data and arrays.
I am also considering using it to control my media server where I can search for movies or TV shows and launch via VLC (my media server is also my web server), but I am currently way too busy to even attempt this and currently will just continue with the .NET application I wrote ages ago.
Declare variables, not war.
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