@firstname.lastname@example.org pascal was high school for me 10th grade. I remember making an over the top Yahtzee game with text windows and everything. My instructor got mad at me because it was a ton of pages printed out to review.
I finished my data structures classes with C++ and the next year they changed it out with Java. When i transferred up after my assoc degree it was C++ using the counter-strike source game engine.
@email@example.com before this century. Back when colleges taught C++ instead of Java for CS degrees.
@firstname.lastname@example.org Yeah the func in func threw me off.. The generic type
iter.Seq[V] does make things a bit more clear though.
Things can get very interesting when we add the iter.Pull function in the mix. It works like pythons yield from.
I would love to see a world where ones twtxt feed is defined by webfinger. So
@email@example.com => https://text.sour.is/user/xuu/twtxt.txt
Then my identity can exist independent of the feed location. And I can host multiple protocol types for my feed. Ie. http/gopher/Gemini/irc DCC/etc
the function can yield two values to include an index.
The range function can signal when to stop running by returning false from the yield function.
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?
@firstname.lastname@example.org NASM is great. I remember playing with it back in my HS days. It has lots of little helps to make assembly more approachable.
anthony.buc.ci account. I am assuming these kind of bugs were never addressed by @prologic. :-(
Not even in the valley. This is Silicon Slopes, baby!
@email@example.com its always fun to look back on old projects. I talked to an old coworker about a codebase i made back in 2010 that still has lots of the same architecture i built into it back then and is still in heavy use.
are these projects you created?