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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by PaCo, 9 July 2017.
look a like a mustache to me m8
JONAH!!!! If this isnt true, why not tell us?....
cuz it is... hence why you havent been playing ROA at all and been posting on albion forums
He loves Albion so probably. Doesn't he stream it?
Did they ever fix that shitty crafting system where you have to turn each tier mat into the next tier like a pyramid scheme. So to get tier 7ore you need 5 t3 to make 1t4 etc all the way up to to t7.
And also did they make pvp worth it or does 7 of ten pieces break meaning your luck to get a helm and boots and maybe a ox
I would have but I was trying to make it as small as possible to fit into a readable screenshot.
Tabs or spaces?
Theres actually a neat guild system that makes that part not cancer. It involves houses/guild halls and laborers.
Hey buddy, I try to maintain a one pvp video every other month. I may only get a few hours a week, but you keep snacks on hand for your boy.
Are you purposefully misreading what I wrote or what?
When you go down in abstraction as in closer to the C++, C and ASM languges, you increase program speeds (if you know how to code efficiently), but increase skill and difficulty in coding. As you go up in abstraction, you find languages like C# and Java, which by the way, are all C-style languages but crippled in their efficiency and what they can do on the low level in exchange for ease of use. Now, before you rat off tangent again because you can't read properly, I encourage you to reread what I just said before continuing.
What I do besides troll on forums you say? I use REAL programming languages like C++ and ASM (I mostly use matlab but I don't consider that as a programming language) to create analysis programs dealing with plume effects of electric propulsion systems in satellites. In addition, I occasionally use those languages to integrate control systems to satellites.
While your jerking off claiming languages like Java or pHp or some other handicapped language is "sooo useful m8, soo in demand," I'm trying to tell you that it's so simplistic that even a three year old could learn it it's not even worth bragging about, hence your Java code signature. I'm not saying it's not useful. What I am saying is that Java is literally C riding a single wheel wheelchair.
And your attitude is sitting on it acting like your the queen of fucking England.
You know this game we play is written in Java? You would know my signature is a joke and not supposed to show off my 'amazing programming skills' if you actually knew how to read code and knew what it meant.
I'm glad you can google the differences between middle level and high level programming languages.
Look how far down the list C++ is. For such a superior language. Shame.
i dream in code boys ur fucked if u think ur smarter than me
I'm pretty sure no one cares.
All programming languages are pretty much the same with minor syntax variations.
All languages end up doing the same thing - going down to machine code that actually gets executed on the processor.
Am I supposed to get excited that your program complied 2 seconds faster because you wrote it in C?
Minecraft is written in Java. Notch is a billionaire. Are you a billionaire?
No one gives a crap what language your program was written in unless it makes a measurable performance difference, which in most cases, it doesn't.
If the industry is screaming for Java developers and you don't know Java, no amount of fapping to the fact you know C is going to get you a job developing Java.
Wankers who sit there saying "I know X programming languages" are a joke. They're practically all the same anyway.
It's literally a shitty script using RNG (assumedly, I don't know java libraries too well) for you to decide whether you should new dawn or roa. You don't even need to include the first two arguments in your main function, you just did that out of bad habit.
Instead of being conceited with money and your own glorious righteousness, how about you respect that not only do I know more than you, but without C and C++ there would be no Java or C#. Just because you know how to glue words together and call it Java, and are able to make a few nickles and dimes out of it, it ain't more important than C and C++ Everything you do on Java can be done with C. Everything you do on C cannot be done on Java. Java is for kiddies that can't code, and companies figured meh, the amount of people that can actually make XYZ happen are few so let's tone down our program requirements and hire a bunch of spoiled 20 year olds straight outta college.
You know how they update libraries or features of program languages like Java? With C. For such a shame, you sure are dependent on it.
And before you try to delude/convince yourself into thinking how much more money is in Java vs C, ASM, C++, Fortran etc, let me ask you another question. How many fucking satellites, industrial equipment, spacecraft, defense systems etc run on a high level language like Java vs Fortran, ASM, C, C++ etc? Your doing a job anyone with a computer, two hours of free time and a how-to guide can do.
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Lol. Minor syntax variations. This guy clearly. Does not program. Or only knows about C-style languages. What is ADA. Pascal. Fortran. Doth not compute.
Look at ASM, and all the different variations. Are you telling me
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looks anything like std::cout << "Youre fucking stupid.\n";?
As for executed on processor, again, languages like assembly tell the processor which electric signals to send to where, and how. You don't think your car runs on Python do you? It runs on either some kinda assembler or a low level C style language on an MBED. The programs your talking about are like games or websites. They are not industrial equipment, GPS from the downlink end, radios, etc.
As for 2 seconds faster, when you are talking about simulations-- the same ones they use to figure out if the thing they shoot into space will actually beam down internet to your computer will work reliably-- need to be very meticulously written. We aren't talking about two seconds, rather days and weeks if you fuck up the programming. If you've ever played games like Gloria Victis and notice your CPU usage is like, 90% and RAM is using like 5gb, programming is partly to blame.
Minecraft is written in Java. Minecraft runs off the internet. If I don't do my job, no internet, no Notch. If Notch doesn't do his job, whiney kids have no where to play. Continuing to follow your logic, Notch>Einstein because of the money he makes. Therefore Einstein is garbage and his work should be discarded from schools and replaced with a computer and 2 hour pamphlets on fucking Java.
The industry only screams for Java because they realized no one can do C anymore, so they adopted Java instead. However, if you say you can do C, you'll get hired. Why? Because java is basically C dumbed down. It's very easy to learn Java if you know C, it's basically libraries and as you said, syntax variations. This means a person who knows C has the job securities of a person that knows C, C++, Java, C# etc. A person that knows Java has the securities of Java and maybe C# because the abstractions really not that hard to get down.
Maybe you should open a book sometime.
Apparently making things easy for people is worth $3.83 billion dollars.
Most of us are smart enough to know that learning to use C is a waste of time. Clearly, you're not.
And if we ever need to use it we can just Google a how to guide when we have 2 hours of free time.
I'm pretty sure that average salaries article is BS.
It's pretty commonly accepted that C/C++ are for big boys
I work for an engineering company and everything from satellite control to fighter jet flight computers is written in C++. Try to get hired as a systems architect and say you only know Java, see what happens.
Im guessing you never learned about embedded software design.
My brother was writing games for Commodore 64 in Assembly when he was 11... I'm sure it's an incredibly complex language.
There's always a low level language underneath all those high level languages.
And yes, it is a syntax variation. To do something simple in language A, you need to write 20 fucking lines of code compared to one in language B. At the end of the day, they're all the same. The fact that you see it as anything more than a syntax variation, the fact that you think you can "see the Matrix", or that you have some sort of elevated consciousness because you know C or Assembly, or whatever language you happen to know that most of us don't, pretty much proves you're another dumb ass that fell into a programming role. Programming is really not that hard buddy. Regardless of language.
No one gives a shit you know low level languages. The day you retire you'll be replaced in a day by someone else with just as much knowledge as you, probably earning less than you. And they'll be just as bitter that they're not getting worshiped for knowing lower level languages.
Seriously. Do you think we're impressed? We're not. No one cares. No one respects you more.
Do you know what I'd say to someone who tells me "we need to program this in C because it'll run faster", I'd say "Don't waste fucking my time and money."
When we start launching as many satellites per year as we sell smart phones, someone might give a shit.
Tell him to design a PCB board, integrate processor/mbed features, and run it off fucking Java lol. His mind will explode when he realizes he actually needs to consider manually telling the processor to access memory at XYZ location and not just let myhead = &myass.
Hurr durr I make more money than you. What's your money worth when my new nuclear control systems blows your ass in World War 3? Or when I decide to cut your internet off because I know how to shift my satellite to change up the DTCS/any relevant squelch code?
If I ever need to know assembly I'll dust off a textbook from the 80's and get right to learning it.
Have fun with 120% processor usage speed. And if your brother could really do assembly effectively when he's only 11, he must be pretty talented, unlike you.
It is not just syntax variation, you cannot directly tell your processor to send 0110 any more directly with Java than with ASM. Do you know how drivers are made? How your monitor puts pixels on screen? How Windows can tell a piece of network hardware to use a sequence of ons and offs at a given voltage to vibrate specifically to send digital/radio waves? It HAS to be done on the low level. YOU CANNOT do it with Java/enter high level language here because those languages are not instruction sets. They cannot manually tell a piece of hardware how to interact, rather than pass commands to something that can already process it.
When I retire and a bunch of young knowitall kiddies like you take over, some of you still need to learn low level languages. Otherwise, your current programming languages cannot improve, computer drivers cannot be made, and all hell breaks lose. Programming isn't like upgrading a car from stick to manual. It's choosing between a hammer and a screwdriver.
And buddy, you are one loose screw that I don't mind hammering in mercilessly.
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