I rarely preview games. The only time I have in recent memory was during the Overwatch free play weekend, and that's only because friends goaded me into it. I wouldn't pay for that game though - it was fun, but a game with only PvP isn't worth $60 to me.
I usually don't, unless you count seeing someone else play it. I thought about just going up to the store to buy it, but I didn't want to make another stop today, and I figured a couple bucks was worth the convenience.
I do t know whether I should be proud that I restrained my usual impulse, or sad that I let the poster on the Redbox make me rent it :P
OK, so executing a simple Hello World program in Powershell requires opening 158 files at the same time. With reasonable limits for untrusted accounts, you get errors like this one. With the limit set to 154, it simply says that it cannot find a file. With 155 or 156, Powershell terminates with exit code 1, but prints no error message. With 157, it throws System.OutOfMemoryException. With 158, everything works as intended.
Let's define a new arithmetical operation, which I call zipper multiplication.
To zipper multiply two nonnegative integers, you add leading zeros to make the lengths match, multiply the corresponding base-10 digits of the numbers, add leading zeros to the results to get 2-digit numb...
Choose any five characters your language supports. There are 5! = 5×4×3×2×1 = 120 ways these can be arranged into a 5-character string that contains each character once; 120 permutations.
Choose your characters such that, when each of the 120 strings is run in your language, the 120 outputs prod...