@jk arch should make "doesn't work and is fucking terrible" its tagline, would resolve a lot of distro confusion (source: i also use arch)
@wolf480pl calling None in python throws an exception. calling NULL in c is a likely security issue
also i'm not aware of any dynamic language that doesn't let you identify a function (though c, being fairly weakly-typed, would let you store a function pointer in an integer and vice versa)
@unascribed that drives me up the wall but honestly the explanation seems to be that c++ programmers think "static typing" is literally "whatever c++ does", similar to how they define OO
once again fondly recalling the guy designing a DSL who insisted on static types because how can you possibly program without them, but refused any kind of static null checking because c++ doesn't have that and it works fine so it must be unnecessary
according to hacker news, the ideal programmer can keep the entirety of a massive complex system in their head all at once and instantly analyze all possible data flow paths, but is a total fucking idiot when it comes to basic local tasks like adding numbers together
@WAHa_06x36 mobile browsers really are not happy about the way i fill the viewport for some reason, ugh
@KS lmao yeah i don't have an ending
also that's a bit tricky since the key rules are more complicated in cc2 and it does matter how many green keys you have...
here's a release post about Lexy's Labyrinth https://eev.ee/release/2020/09/26/lexys-labyrinth/
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