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2:00 AM
Which one of you is somebody else?
 
?
 
Huh?
 
wat
 
eh?
 
2:00 AM
If you're asking if we have sock puppets, I have none
 
@AlexA. You do!
 
I really don't
 
@AlexA. then who is @ಠ_ಠ
 
none
 
@TanMath Can confirm that this is not Alex
 
2:03 AM
@TanMath I can't share that information; account identities are private.
 
how to make sock pup? please sir
 
Haha
Not sure if trolling
 
The opposite way that you make a sock kitty
 
@AlexA. haha, that's what they all say
 
All of whom...?
 
2:04 AM
m
 
yes.
 
@Doorknob >____________>
 
how to type ಠ_ಠ face
 
...
like that?
 
i copypastwed.
*pasted
i can't always do that
right?
 
2:05 AM
@ev3commander on ಠ_ಠ's face?
 
@ev3commander You can't always copy and paste?
 
@
@ಠ_ಠ
 
For me, I set up a thing in my i3 config so it's "alt alt c d" (double alt brings up a menu thingy, c for "copy tool," d for "disapproval")
 
there's not always a ready ಠ_ಠ face for me to copy
 
2:06 AM
@ev3commander disapprovallook.com
 
Also found in the copy tool list: [z]ero width space, [l]enny, [t]ableflip, [s]hrug, [r]ickroll.
All of which are extremely useful, of course.
 
ಠ_ಠ
 
2 hours later...
"Hey what was that ಠ_ಠ webaite again"
 
> webaite
 
wobsite
 
2:08 AM
@ev3commander Keep the face in a text file.
 
set $copymenu "copy: (z)wsp  (d)isapproval  (l)enny  (t)ableflip  (s)hrug  (r)ickroll"
mode $copymenu {
        bindsym !!z,d,l,t,s,r exec echo -n !!<​,'ಠ_ಠ','( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)',\
            '(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻','¯\_(ツ)_/¯',\
            'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ'> \
            | xsel -ibl /dev/null; mode "default"
        bindsym Escape mode "default"
}
mode "action: (l)aunch  (s)ystem  (c)opy" {
        bindsym l mode $launchmenu
        bindsym s mode $systemmenu
        bindsym c mode $copymenu
^ That's how I do it in i3. (Before some preprocessing with a script that I wrote.)
 
@ev3commander Bookmark it :P
I use tab complete on the user's name
@ then press tab until @ಠ_ಠ shows up, then remove the @.
 
Too many keystrokes. @<tab><tab><left><left><left><bs><end>. :P
 
> I use tab - 1m ago by Alex A.
 
I don't think that was a full minute ago
 
2:11 AM
ehh
 
And I use the tab key too, all the time
 
But it inserts spaces
 
@ev3commander Just type @, select @ಠ_ಠ and delete the at sign.
 
@quartata Literally just said that
 
@AlexA. Yes, and it also goes through browser input fields of course
 
2:12 AM
@Doorknob You'll end but you won't home?
 
@AlexA. Wait, what?
Oh. I didn't notice.
 
lal
 
too many strokes. @<movemouse><click><←><←><←><\b><\n>
 
@Doorknob What, you don't click each field and press "go" after typing? :P
 
@Calvin'sHobbies You're right; that's a char golfier :P (although I usually use <C-e> for end (and <C-a> for home) with a userscript because it's easier than reaching for the end key)
@AlexA. ಠ_ಠ
 
2:14 AM
Uh...type @, tab once or twice, Ctrl+left arrow, backspace, enter.
 
@Calvin'sHobbies 1-0-0-0, in the strictest sense of the word "own." :P
There is a microwave in my house, though...
 
Option 5. Noobs
 
3-0-0-0
 
3-2-1-0. No kidding.
 
2:18 AM
3-1-0-0
 
wait what did you just buy a game console like now
 
haha
 
@El'endiaStarman No one chose car?
 
2-6-3-1
 
Game consoles are computers, so how could one own more game consoles?
 
2:19 AM
Hi
 
@Calvin'sHobbies I'm saying how many of each I have.
 
@Calvin'sHobbies It's not the top of my list but I've owned more cars than computers.
 
2-6-1-0. :O
 
@Calvin'sHobbies This is tough...
You know what.
I believe I'm actually tied between computers and game consoles.
 
3...............ty
 
Shit.
 
@ev3commander Currently installed?
 
@quartata Gameboys and rasberry pi's can be compared next
 
@ev3commander Chromium, Firefox. Used to have Lynx but decided it was useless :P
 
2:21 AM
@Calvin'sHobbies I've owned more Gameboys.
 
I have owned zero of each
 
@Doorknob I believe you mean Iceweasel.
 
At least someone has only 1
 
@AlexA. No, Lynx.
 
@AlexA. ಠ_ಠ
No, actual Firefox
 
2:22 AM
Wait, do Gameboys count?
 
I used to have IE but didn't count it)
 
Then it's 2-7-1-0
 
and 360 secure browser (don't ask)
 
@Calvin'sHobbies I'm VTC your straw poll as unclear.
 
Chrome, Firefox, Edge, IE. In order of usage.
 
2:23 AM
Counting portable consoles I've owned more game consoles than computers.
 
2-8-1-0 if you stretch the definition of 'own'
 
That's sad. I'm not even a console gamer anymore.
 
What nobody also has 6+ browsers
 
@ev3commander Yeah, what's the point?
 
2:23 AM
It would make sense to me if I were a web dev or something
 
to be annoying
 
/^\^{3,4}$/
 
carrots are annoying
 
@ev3commander Easier and golfier than saying "I agree".
 
SE chat should have upvote and downvote buttons
 
2:24 AM
 
Miaou (a SE chat clone) does
 
I downvoted
 
They're useful
 
then use miaou
 
I do
 
2:25 AM
@Doorknob This is cool :O
Is there a PPCG room?
 
No.
 
> Hello!
> > > > > > Hello!
what
no nesting quotes
hey did someone just upvote one of my answers
or do I have a bad memory
because i thought i had 410 rep
 
@Calvin'sHobbies hahahaha I like the last option
2
 
2:27 AM
huh that was yesterday
 
But I would probably prefer the first.
Unless "accessories" == mice / stickers / other useless objects
 
@Doorknob Nah. Hard drives, headphones, whatever
 
Headphones? What use are headphones? :P
 
$10k worth of computer mice?!?! Count me in!
 
2:30 AM
@ev3commander fn main() { println!("Hello, World!"); }
 
Idk, that's a little rusty
 
main=putStrLn"Hello, World!"
 
-1 too Haskell
 
then choose the closest
 
There's no closest
 
2:31 AM
also there's a disturbingly low number of HQ9+ fans huh
 
All of those are scripting languages :(
except for HQ9+ I guess
well... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 
@ev3commander several python 3 fans!
 
#include <iostream>
int main() {
    std::cout << "Hello, World!";
    return 0;
}
 
yeah
 
@TanMath A lot of languages use that syntax.
 
2:32 AM
@Doorknob print
 
@AlexA. << std::endl
 
@AlexA. really? Like?
 
Perl
 
@Doorknob I don't need to end my lines
 
Ruby
 
2:32 AM
R
Julia
 
Oh
 
and if that's too Haskell, what about, import java.util.logging.Logger; public class MainApplication { private static void LOGGER = Logger.getLogger(MainApplication.class.getName); private static void Main(String[] args) { LOGGER.info("Hello, World!"); } }
 
I like how other is winning
 
Because the rest of the choices are bad
3
 
2:37 AM
ಠ_ಠ
 
ಠ_ಠ
 
^
 
Too easy
 
I really hate the elif keyword.
 
What would you prefer?
 
else if
 
What about Julia's elseif?
 
But then it looks like the separate else and if tokens
 
2:42 AM
But that's exactly what it works like.
Holy crap! I just peeked at J's inverse of its Pi function:
3 : '(-(!-y"_)%1e_3&* !"0 D:1 ])^:_ <.&170^:(-:+)^.y' :.!
I don't even.
 
...wut
 
@Dennis Do you mean o.?
 
No, Pi(z) = Gamma(z + 1).
AKA !.
 
Oh, that Pi.
@Doorknob I made a Meow. What neow?
 
Here's a custom R script out-performing a Mathematica builtin. :P codegolf.stackexchange.com/a/65406/32014
 
2:52 AM
@AlexA. wat
 
How allowed is it to give Mathematica programs a 10,000% penalty?
 
@Dennis How do you feel about elsif?
 
@Actorclavilis 0% allowed
3
 
@AlexA. Oh I get it :P
 
2:52 AM
@Doorknob else if is the only logical choice.
 
also wp @Flounderer
 
Objectively.
 
Because you say so?
 
what about (case v (a ...) (b ...) ... )?
 
@Dennis That doesn't work in languages that don't allow stuff like if (foo) bar (languages that require braces / end keywords)
(Unless it's special cased, of course, but that can get ugly)
 
2:54 AM
Hm, good point. They should change everything else then.
 
ಠ_ಠ
 
If you used else if in Python, every case would have to be one indentation level deeper.
 
Stuff like that too, yeah (similar to {} and "end")
 
@Doorknob Miaou. Idk what do.
 
um
 
2:55 AM
@feersum Yes, that's what the interpreter keeps telling me.
 
ಠ_ಠ
 
Chat challenge.
Figure out what language this Hello, World program is in:
(utt.synth (Utterance Text ""))
(format t "Hello, World!")
 
@quartata Foo
 
It's not Scheme.
@feersum Wait, really?
OK. I should clarify.
It can't output to STDERR.
 
2:57 AM
So apparently the Interstellar soundtrack helps me study...
 
You didn't say it has do anything in particular.
 
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Q: Implement the Method of Finite Differences

EridanThe Method of Finite Differences is a technique used to find the next term in a sequence of numbers, given that the sequence is governed by consecutive values of a certain polynomial. Given a list of n terms, the Method will be able to determine the degree of the polynomial, which is a maximum of...

 
It's TPLQ. Sorry.
It does run in Foo but it outputs to stderr
 
Really? How is Foo altways the answer in that question then?
 
@feersum Because I don't think they banned STDERR output
 
2:59 AM
@AlexA. No love for fellas? ಠ_ಠ​​​​​​​​​​​​
 

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