10:00 PM
@PhiNotPi NOOOOOOO
want to see the circuit?
@anOKsquirrel Sure
okay, remaking
Comparators do subtraction already, so I figure you can add signals by chaining a couple comparators together
damnit I closed the tab in panic after seeing that "Alex is sometimes right" image..
it was totally NSFW
Good thing it was posted by Alex himself. Paradox avoided.
10:04 PM
If anyone knows redstone, it's Phi.
input is the two furnaces next to comparators (to get a signal strength of 3 and 1, output is in top right (gives 4)
What do you think @SuperJedi224 and @PhiNotPhi
64 chatters
huh
@AlexA. :)
@Optimizer actually, I'm 14
still?
man you are slow
10:07 PM
Slow to age?
slow to mature
How long have you been orbiting a black hole again?
<- dat rhyme.
10:08 PM
@Optimizer actually I travel through time at the rate of 1 year per year ;)
Goodbye
10:09 PM
さよなら
I like trains.
I like turtles.
phone rings
BOOM.
10:10 PM
This is a robbery.
You're getting mugged!
No, you're getting mugged!
Oh.
I'm gonna punch you in the face!
@anOKsquirrel damn i need to sleep. can't read properly. read it as "I like trans"
But it's opposite day.
NOOOOOO punches self
Welcome to standing up school!
What in the world are you talking about?
10:14 PM
I think this works for addition
really?
@AlexA. asdf
@anOKsquirrel This means nothing to me other than being contiguous QWERTY keys.
@AlexA. asdfmovie
The comparators are all set to subtraction mode. It's (15 - ((15 - A) - B)) = A + B
@PhiNotPi That's the same principle as mine, but more compact. thanks
10:24 PM
The Nineteenth Redstone Block
@Dennis are you blocking http get?
Right now I'm trying to "crack" a flash game from my childhood. (As in, decompile the .swf and figure out which combination of moves is best)
@aditsu For the backend? Not so much blocking as not implementing. Why?
well, string `g` doesn't seem to work, it should work if you run the main java interpreter
I've disabled `ArrayList g` for security reasons.
10:37 PM
ah ok, so you are blocking it
Ah, yes. I thought you were talking about the backend script. I've modified Ops.java to throw an error in this case.
Block Ops.java
Oops.java
Black Ops
Racist bastard!
10:43 PM
??
In Tatar, the words for "donkey" and "door" are surprisingly similar: işäk and işek, respectively.
You mentioned black this is racist! <- not really serious, just impersonating some people
@AlexA. Isak is a quite common name here I think
Probably a different spelling of the name Isaac.
oh right=)
I guess nights are racist too then :p
10:45 PM
sigh I was really hoping that one question would be reopened.
I spent so much time on this too:
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Vitsy quines so easily. :D
`log(1+2+3)=log(1)+log(2)+log(3)`
haha
but log(1+2+5)=log(1)+log(2)+log(4)
Oh gosh I need to make a collection of examples that lead to wrong math.
You know you can cancel 6 4 / 1 6 = 4/1 = 4
that was a projecteuler problem wasn't it?
I once made a challenge out of that=) (Without being aware that it was on project euler)
10:52 PM
there was the one about infinity
10

Reducing fractions the wrong way In this code-golf challenge you have to find fractions that can be reduced the wrong way but still end up in the same number. Note: reducing fractions the worng way does here have an exact definition, see details. Example: 64/16 = 64/16=4/1 = 4 Of course you ...

not this one, but pretty funny too:
3
ah, yes ^
@CᴏɴᴏʀO'Bʀɪᴇɴ :D You used my language.
fangirls
Have you seen the latest update?
11:15 PM
` \[..................] For loop.`
Not `.`