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Sandbox posts last active a week ago: Fixed Repeating Output
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@UnrelatedString Isn't this just x=>x^32
oh wait
if you input space it coimes out null :P
that's not always printable
Time to do my taxes ig
except for 2021
2:54 AM
I love doing Taxes
Honestly I get so excited every tax time
@RydwolfPrograms turn the rto serversinto a code hosting business and claim the servers as a deduction/business expense
3:18 AM
Well that was easy, IRS Direct File ftw
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4:56 AM
Steam locomotive boiler explosions look surprisingly terrifying in an uncanny valley sorta way
maybe it's just me, but that reads like a sarcasm on grammar, like that garden sentence xkcd
even though there's nothing wrong with the sentence
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@Adám done
Maybe edit my msg to remove the caird ping?
It's probably already in the inbox
That is, once it's in there it stays there
Even if it's edited iinm
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10:40 AM
@lyxal ooh 'iinm' has spread
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11:43 AM
@RydwolfPrograms agreed
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1:26 PM
I love when politicians deflect accusations because of their motivations rather than their content. "This is obviously motivated by party tactics" but like you're not denying it??
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2:31 PM
Okay can someone tell me why Wikipedia is blocked on my school wifi now
Wikipedia can have some strange articles
Although it’s probably just because they use a whitelist and not a blacklist and forgot to add Wikipedia.
Nah, it was unblocked until today
You can use your phone as a hotspot, although it might use up your data plan.
I've got a proxy but it's not working right
To stop people citing wikipedia in their papers?
2:38 PM
Or maybe because they realized how much NSFW stuff is on Wikipedia
(or maybe an automated crawler saw a bunch of keywords on it and blocked the site without human intervention)
Idk how I just read "Join Test Directorate" as "Joint Testicle Directorate"
@RydwolfPrograms i guess this is more probable
@RydwolfPrograms Someone from the school read the thread in the TNB discord
3:01 PM
@RydwolfPrograms I used to have to deal with WiFi that blocked Wikimedia Commons, iirc for exactly this reason
The commons make more sense yeah
3:18 PM
Everyone has agreed
rgksp now I want a muffin
@RydwolfPrograms I looked up "buttocks" on Wiktionary once, and they've got not one but two pictures of buttocks on the page... just in case someone doesn't know what buttocks are, I guess
@RydwolfPrograms Eat my messages then. The moving notification literally said they were delicious.
But they have pins in them...that would be dangerous
@RydwolfPrograms By my pin remover contraption for just $6.99!
4:11 PM
@Ginger just ran the first program :D
1 1 + goes in, [Number(value=2.0)] comes out
At position 3:
1 +
BuiltinException: Cannot call builtin add with 1 item on the stack! (needs at least 2)
        at pcl.Interpreter.run(Interpreter.kt:17)
        at pcl.Interpreter.run(Interpreter.kt:7)
        at pcl.MainKt.main(Main.kt:6)
        at pcl.MainKt.main(Main.kt)
@Ginger BuiltinException means it can execute it, but it doesn’t want to.
You need to motivate it to execute and not error.
it's pretty much ready for use now, all I need to do is write an actual CLI wrapper (and maybe a repl)
oh, and add builtins :p
4:28 PM
When you forget to put break in your JavaScript switch statement:
5:15 PM
I might commit voter fraud this election
I'll be in Pennsylvania, which is a massively important swing state
5:31 PM
@RydwolfPrograms seems like maybe not a good idea to note this anywhere on the Internet
5:52 PM
@Ginger lang?
@RydwolfPrograms Granny farming?
@Giuseppe The things Rydwolf has said in here that are maybe not a good idea to put on the Internet could fill books :P
6:13 PM
@Seggan one I'm working on
why again?
@DLosc I'm looking for a publisher as we speak :p
6:32 PM
Wouldn't be the first published collection of stuff someone originally said in Internet posts.
Q: Output a 1-2-3 sequence

TbwFor the purposes of this challenge, a 1-2-3 sequence is an infinite sequence of increasing positive integers such that for any positive integer \$n\$, exactly one of \$n, 2n,\$ and \$3n\$ appears in the sequence. There exist multiple such sequences, so any one will suffice. Your challenge is to ...

@Seggan for fun :p
I'm bored gonna make a multiplayer top-down shooter game
Tanks was fun
I'm thinking more of a battle royale kinda thing
Why does Go's hello world use a . instead of a !? It seems so unenthusiastic lol
6:45 PM
Hello world.
@RydwolfPrograms TANKS
why are the upvote buttons on CGCC blue
oh rip tanks was already mentioned
I think this will be that game I've been planning for ages
Where there's no central server
So everyone has their own version of reality
@Adám Don't worry about the ping, I get plenty of them anyway that it's no issue :)
7:00 PM
@RydwolfPrograms boring, I have that already
they say I'm "delusional", but what do they know
In your version of reality you're perfectly sane, after all :p
see? you get it
@Ginger can i host a discord bot on ur vm
@Seggan yes
7:15 PM
I can get you your own VM on the server if you want
(Sorry I was pretty nonresponsive when you initially needed it, was super busy with the outside world :/)
well ginger got me configured with fancy http stuff and idk how to do it so ill just steal their expertise
lol fair
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8:34 PM
When you use not-so-accepted methods of security which end up protecting your sensitive data due to the way in which your program worked
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A: Sandbox for Proposed Challenges

Wheat WizardLost is a 2-D programming language where the start position and direction of the ip are entirely random. Today we will be writing a Lost program which uses this randomness to simulate a coin flip. A coin flip can have 3 outcomes: It lands on "heads" It lands on "tails" It lands perfectly balance...

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In security engineering, security through obscurity is the practice of concealing the details or mechanisms of a system to enhance its security. This approach relies on the principle of hiding something in plain sight, akin to a magician's sleight of hand or the use of camouflage. It diverges from traditional security methods, such as physical locks, and is more about obscuring information or characteristics to deter potential threats. Examples of this practice include disguising sensitive information within commonplace items, like a piece of paper in a book, or altering digital footprints, such...

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