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    [–] Does Building "The Wall" Require a Supermajority in Congress? Purehappiness 9 points ago in NeutralPolitics

    On the other hand, emergencies are intended to be used as an immediate response to something Congress hasn’t discussed/made a decision on. Congress spent a ton of time discussing this funding.

    [–] I made a tier list based on the age so you can't get the FBI dropping into your house Purehappiness 2 points ago in SmashBrosUltimate

    Yeah but in the body of a 17 year old.

    Also they do the same thing with a woman as well, 116 in a 6 year old body. So weird

    [–] SmarterEveryDay's Take Purehappiness 1 points ago in kurzgesagt

    Passive Agressive tends to come with a negative connotation for most people. There’s a time and place for indirectly tell someone they’re screwing up, and there’s a time and place for doing so directly. Most people, in my opinion, think passive aggressive is when someone is indirect when they could be direct.

    [–] Spotify files complaint with European Commission about the App Store, says Apple is giving itself an ‘unfair advantage at every turn’ Purehappiness 0 points ago in apple

    Isn’t that really the opposite of the situation though? It’s like if Whole Foods went to a producer and told them that to keep selling in their store, they needed X, Y, and Z.

    [–] Rather brave of you hot lady from Penny Dreadful Purehappiness -4 points ago in dankmemes

    Come on. Kid can magically fly a star fighter better than everyone else with practically no experience. He’s never annoying, instead incredibly likable and adorable, to the point where he’s now the classic example of a traditional hero in a fantasy story.

    The fact that Rey only barely wins against an injured padawan doesn’t make her amazing overpowered

    [–] What is the craziest encounter of 'rich kid syndrome' that you have experienced? Purehappiness 1 points ago * (lasted edited 23 days ago) in AskReddit

    A quick google says it’s legal in both the UK and Germany. So... what countries?

    [–] What is the craziest encounter of 'rich kid syndrome' that you have experienced? Purehappiness -8 points ago in AskReddit

    What country are you from that doesn’t? It’s seen as a way to give back if you did well for yourself after college.

    [–] Little Mac and Incineroar Purehappiness 13 points ago in SmashBrosUltimate

    That’s what you’re getting out of that?

    [–] Microsoft: 70 percent of all security bugs are memory safety issues Purehappiness 2 points ago in programming

    From your own source:

    The drivers still need to have access to the hardware somehow, and often very generic drivers are then created, allowing access to the hardware, but not specifying any application-specific behavior. The generic drivers are placed in the kernel, and can be re-used for many different user-space drivers, an example of this is the spidev driver.

    If Linux is providing tools to perform I/O, some sort of generic device driver is used.

    You’re correct that my first statement was incorrect. I should have written that C# and other higher level languages are slower and bulkier than well written C code, which limits their usage in situations that require those constraints to be important.

    [–] Microsoft: 70 percent of all security bugs are memory safety issues Purehappiness 2 points ago in programming

    Your own source states that “user mode drivers” are just overhead written on top of a generic kernel space driver. Inherently a kernel space driver is still necessary.

    [–] Microsoft: 70 percent of all security bugs are memory safety issues Purehappiness 0 points ago in programming

    My point with python is about the belief that more features in a language inherently makes it more useful in all situations.

    My comment is replying to a comment that states that: “[C] is bad”, which is silly.

    C has a very specific use case in today’s world, but it is losing some of it’s use cases to newer languages, like Rust. Acting like “your” language is better than everyone else’s is foolish.

    [–] Microsoft: 70 percent of all security bugs are memory safety issues Purehappiness 2 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago) in programming

    Just because it is possible to do so doesn’t mean it’s a good idea. Even if C# could run at Ring 0, which it can’t, and therefore cant be used for drivers, it’s inherently slower in a situation that prioritizes speed and smallest code size possible.

    I do embedded work. The size of code is often an issue.

    Assuming everyone else is an idiot and a slave to the system just shows that you likely don’t understand the problem very well.

    [–] Microsoft: 70 percent of all security bugs are memory safety issues Purehappiness 1 points ago in programming

    Absolutely, that’s my point. It’s a bad idea to write a database in C, or a webpage in C, for the same reasons it’s a bad idea to write a driver in JavaScript.

    [–] Microsoft: 70 percent of all security bugs are memory safety issues Purehappiness 3 points ago in programming

    I’d like to see you write a driver or firmware in Python.

    Believing that higher level is inherently better is just as stupid a mentality as believing that lower level is inherently better.