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Looking out the window I saw a buzzard sitting in a tree, so I wanted to take a photo. But then its two bodyguard ravens attac^Wsaved it from me and it took off. :-(

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In-reply-to » I finally found the NASM assembler.

Delphi at school, later Java and an own teaching assembler. Uni started out with Ada and then added Java as well. Here and there a few other languages, like Prolog (that I knew from school, though), I think C, the hardware guys brought us VHDL and some assembler that I don’t recall anymore.

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When dealing with unsigned integer, I always write e.g. unit8 instead of uint8. Every. Single Time. And this is usually only noticed by the compiler. I would blame the auto-correction, but I – luckily – don’t have any.

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In-reply-to » Go 1.22.0 introduces a new experiment for range functions. Have you tried them out? What do you think it can make easier to accomplish?

@xuu@txt.sour.is Oh, I wasn’t aware of this! Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

I do like that they move away from one shared variable per loop to an own one per iteration. That makes sooo much more sense. I don’t hit that often, but it happened a few times in the past and getting this figured out is not the easiest thing in the world.

I have to read up on the yield functions. From your examples I fear iterators would have been more useful. Let’s see.

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In-reply-to » @lyse I’m having a hard time as well. 😅 They’re very, very similar to me. Here, he says “a ten year rebuild”, which sounds like “tin year”:

@movq@www.uninformativ.de I just listened ten (lol) times very carefully, but it’s much closer to “ten” than “tin” I think. Hahahaha, the dickheads video is fantastic! :-D Can’t tell if I would have understood that correctly if I weren’t reading the subtitles.

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In-reply-to » The local supermarket is now demanding to look into customers’ personal bags, as in “my backpack”. Makes you feel really unwelcome. 🫤 One older man said “no” and they made him wait for … I don’t know for what, the police maybe? I didn’t stay long enough to see the end of it.

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Oh dear, you should probably switch shops. At least the Verbraucherzentrale backs us up here.

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In-reply-to » Something is wrong with me. My eyes fell on the onions and I thought, mmmmm, those apples look delicious. But I'm now eating a real apple.

ARGH! All tests passed, but once I ran the exact same scenario in the real application, numbers didn’t line up anymore. What the heck, how in the world is this even possible!? Turns out I haven’t committed the changes to the database, that’s why I still could see them perfectly fine in my debug session, but the application’s session of course didn’t. Took me four (!) hours to figure this out. Yeah, I really have to go to bed now. Good night.

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In-reply-to » Getting stuff done today.. Bought more fencing, so that the dog can stay outside on the terrace without jumping over to our neighbor, so I'll get that up soon. He has usually been in the garden, but that has been dug into a mudhole by the dog, so when it's rainy\wet etc he can now stay on the terrace. Other then that I'll probably do some coding on my multiplayer game today, since our kids are busy with friends etc.

@stigatle@yarn.stigatle.no Cool. I was coding today all day long.

@prologic@twtxt.net Are you already sick of your fast internet? :-D Enjoy your holidays!

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In-reply-to » The local supermarket is now demanding to look into customers’ personal bags, as in “my backpack”. Makes you feel really unwelcome. 🫤 One older man said “no” and they made him wait for … I don’t know for what, the police maybe? I didn’t stay long enough to see the end of it.

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Wow, when entering or leaving?

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In-reply-to » QOTD: What are your thoughts on nostr?

@mckinley@twtxt.net Brings up a few interesting points. But I fear it’s a rather complicated protocol. I read through a few pages on that site, but I haven’t seen a real specification for it. I immediately thought that you can’t really change your keys without losing your identity. Basically the same as with changing feed URLs over here. Maybe slightly better, but not much.

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In-reply-to » If you like to suffer, you can read a report about trying out Matrix: https://blog.koehntopp.info/2024/02/13/the-matrix-trashfire.html I'm surprised that he didn't abort.

@movq@www.uninformativ.de Yeah, the visual emoji thing is silly. Picking letters or words only would have been way too easy… So oldschool! But that’s what you get with today’s kids, they’re all emoji power users.

Luckily, my terminal font shows all the same seven squares in the correct order. :-D

I think I see a water pistol in Firefox.

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In-reply-to » KTeaTime: A customizable tea steeping timer application from the KDE project: https://apps.kde.org/kteatime/

Thank you! Sure, go on, @mckinley@twtxt.net, please help yourself! :-) It took me some time to simplify the magic spell to a single sed invocation.

Actually, @movq@www.uninformativ.de, I couldn’t live without a bell in my prompt either. It’s so neat in combination with URxvt.urgentOnBell: true in my ~/.Xdefaults. Comes in handy every single day.

My self-winding watch just shows me the time.

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I noticed this afternoon that we currently have Carnival vacations this week. So many people outdoors.

I’ve seen three great spotted woodpeckers and heard dozens more hammering the trees. But the photos turned out to be rubbish.

It was very windy at the summit, but I sat on the castle wall and enjoyed the sun beating on me. I would have loved to just relax there half an hour longer, but I had to be back in time. :-(

09 looks like it’s straight from an AI, but the moss was actually on top of a smaller tree. I fell down from a giant moss-covered tree next to it.

Quite cool how much reach the lift’s outriggers have to level it on that steep street.

29-32 show the reason for closing the forest road for one and a half months. A tree fell over and got hung up in the telephone cable in a 45° angle. Only the wire prevented it from crashing down on the road. I find it astonishing that the cable did not rip apart. After all, the tree was quite substantial. No idea why it took them so long to get it removed, though.

The entire meadow in 36 was totally covered with mouse holes. Sick!

https://lyse.isobeef.org/waldspaziergang-2024-02-13/

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In-reply-to » KTeaTime: A customizable tea steeping timer application from the KDE project: https://apps.kde.org/kteatime/

Haha, @bender@twtxt.net! :-D

@mckinley@twtxt.net Usually, I get away with sleep 5m; echo -e "\aSomething, something". For longer waiting periods (checking on laundry, cake, etc.) I often want to know how much time is left, so I built this lengthy shell script: https://git.isobeef.org/lyse/gelbariab/-/blob/master/srem/srem?ref_type=heads

Unfortunately, I don’t remember where I got ringring.ogg from. Maybe it was shipped with KAlarm in KDE 3.5. I think it had the option to ring an alarm clock. That’s useful when watching a video in fullscreen.

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