Online demo courtesy of Nathan Osman:


Note: this tool now works with all Stack Exchange sites. Just paste the URL of your profile and the app will take care of the rest.

Screenshot / Code Snippet

$ python flack.py 126042

Before 'if' statement... Past 'if' statement. Floating point exception on my system. So, you should check whether e is a very popular way to access Word and Excel documents. There's a line inside an expression like that; the simplest workaround is to end of the using block } If someone really wants to access it as an "anonymous" stub directly generated by the framework, for simplicity's sake. Check our Eureqa, a free (as in beer) utility from Cornell University. What's particularly interesting about Eureqa is a dereferenced pointer. If you had done var quux = GetSomething() where I've seen it, but I remember their variable context, and are full Warnings turned on. When -cw is customary in Lua to start arrays while those around are willing to Integer (I suspect there is and double parentheses also prints out 10, but running that through ruby -cw is used to Check the syntax.


Flack Overstow is a toy, written in Python 2.6 (but should be compatible with 2.5 -- let me know if it's not). It pulls the latest questions or answers or comments for a given user ID and creates a Markov chain of the text, then gives you something that should never be posted as a real answer. (If you're not familiar, Markov chains are one way that spammers make emails/posts that look like natural text, until you look more closely.)


It's a toy application, so I chose the MIT license to make it very open source. Feel free to include it on your site or in your application. If you do use it, you aren't obligated to tell me about it, but I'd love to hear about it or see your application.


My Bazaar branches are on Launchpad, but you can download the package (it's just three Python files in a single zip file or tarball) from Google Code.


I've successfully run this on both Windows and Mac platforms. I would expect it to run fine on Linux as well.


If you need to contact me for some reason, use Launchpad or Google Code for it. Or just comment here.


Flack Overstow is written in pure Python 2.6 and uses simplejson when possible, then falls back to json. It depends on Beautiful Soup to get rid of HTML in the body portion of questions, answers, comments.

Your Flack Overstows

If you generate any particularly funny spam with Flack Overstow, post it in a chatroom somewhere, not here. We want to keep our posts focused and on topic for the hosting site.

You can play with the options on the command line (flack.py --help for details). You can change the length of the Markov chains (number of words in a chain), how many chains to use to make a post, which site to use, and more. You can specify an API key to use at the command line, if necessary.

Updates in v0.2

I've updated the API version to use v1.0, and I've modified the command line format for specifying the site. Previously you had a couple fixed choices, but now you have to specify the whole domain (e.g. stackoverflow.com instead of just stackoverflow) -- but this means you can now use Flack Overstow on other Stack Exchange sites.

Have fun!

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    Hilarious! But as soon as I see one of these get posted on StackOverflow, this gets a downvote. Commented May 27, 2010 at 3:24
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    @George: Jon Skeet will still undoubtedly get upvotes if and when he posts the following: Fundamentally can't make DoSomeMagic() work with the string might change in future, but you don't want it to be pretty much a one-liner. I'm not on my current installation... that may have a rogue character at the resource names, I'd just do something similar. You can't do this at version 2.0, service packs notwithstanding. More efficiently (O(n)): int count = ID.Count; for (int i = 0; i. Commented May 27, 2010 at 12:27
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    Even though this is for fun and not a serious application, this is fantastic!!!
    – Matt S.
    Commented May 30, 2010 at 2:09
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    Yay! Launchpad! :) Commented Jun 1, 2010 at 6:35
  • 1
    I get an error when I execute flack.py: "BeautifulSoup required to format data" Commented Jun 2, 2010 at 1:10
  • @George: That's documented in the Code heading of the post. The only thing it's doing is converting HTML entities to text... I haven't done a terrible amount of research on it, but I'd be open to a replacement, as long as it can convert whatever entities are thrown at it. Commented Jun 2, 2010 at 1:45
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    @Kevin Montrose, @Mark Rushakoff: with api version 0.9 gone, the script is broken; however, it Works just as well with 1.0, you just need to change the version in grabber.py on line 36 (and I can't push that change to Launchpad). Commented Sep 15, 2010 at 15:37
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    My favourite is from Mi Yodeya, where I've posted very little so it doesn't have much to work with: "Christianity SE is very much true to its mission of being a variety of Jewish opinion."
    – TRiG
    Commented Mar 13, 2013 at 16:17
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    First sententie I get (from SO): Be executed. Well, I'd like to live on for a bit actually.
    – 11684
    Commented Mar 23, 2013 at 14:37
  • 2
    This is terrific. My favorite quote from Meta is: YES use WordPress
    – Piccolo
    Commented Apr 2, 2013 at 2:57
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    Dude! We can totally automate ISP tech support! "Now renew your DHCP password from the Ethernet cable by pressing the reset button with a pin for 15 seconds. When you receive a confirmation email, we will transfer you tier 2 support. Have I answered your nice day!"
    – Dan Ross
    Commented Nov 2, 2013 at 20:28
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    My favourite single line comes from Mi Yodeya: "Christianity SE is very much true to its mission of being a variety of Jewish opinion."
    – TRiG
    Commented Feb 11, 2014 at 19:39
  • 1
    From my profile on mechanics.SE: "Then take a fingernail brush and scrub the stain - especially if you're rolling down hill. Bottom line: You have to press the brake."
    – anonymous2
    Commented Mar 22, 2017 at 13:27
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    awww There was an error retrieving the Flack for the specified profile. my profile won't be taken. Commented Nov 23, 2017 at 13:22
  • 1
    Also getting @Tschallacka's error. Looks like something broke.
    – jpmc26
    Commented Dec 6, 2017 at 22:24

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This is just plain awesome! I could go on with this all day. Here are some of "my" quotes (from Meta):

  • Now go and spread the hyperlink
  • You could provide your community with Gravatar and Stack Overflow.
  • the <center> cannot receive answers.
  • New users are strongly discouraged from scanning an analog source. For one unit translates to another.
  • I want to turn off the computer for now and I can't find the same information. At least that's fine, just do it.
  • Alexa considers their statistics to prove anything. Thus, beyond any software out there that is smart about the layout of the site. Shudder.
  • If a question receives 15 downvotes and no upvotes, chances are pretty high that it's a side effect of a paragraph break.
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    I have to upvote for the last one
    – Joel
    Commented Jun 2, 2010 at 15:24
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    Yeah, the first bunch were pretty funny, but I actually laughed out loud for the last one :) Commented Jun 2, 2010 at 23:50
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    The last one is awesome!!! Commented Sep 2, 2010 at 5:15
  • 25
    Wow - you've created a Sarah Palin interview answer generator !
    – Dean Radcliffe
    Commented Oct 30, 2010 at 19:45
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    -1 Wow, thanks a lot, you almost made me choke on my pizza and die. And when a moderator (@George) uses 3 exclamation marks, you can tell something's terribly wrong. :) Commented Apr 10, 2011 at 22:46
  • 1
    Oh my god, I can't stop laughing
    – Cyclone
    Commented Jul 5, 2011 at 20:45
  • 3
    the <center> cannot receive answers :D Commented May 15, 2012 at 7:07
  • 3
    The third one comes from the The <center> cannot hold meme. Commented Aug 17, 2012 at 8:08
  • On my first pass, I read "side effect of a paragraph leak" and fell off my chair.
    – HeyZiko
    Commented Nov 23, 2016 at 3:03

As requested, here are some good ones I got on Stack Overflow from my posts:

  • Turns out that the problem was that hair-pulling just because I was using Doxygen comments in your source code, you can easily generate documentation in Python.
  • In the application. This is where failures and diagnostic information should totally drop that and try jQuery.
  • Python is a manageable-sized block of data to work with. You prevent malicious 4GB POST requests.
  • I haven't tried this, but you may be able to remove many of the sections, but these could not as difficult as it sounds and can be quite rewarding.
  • The dll contains headers, exports, and such things that make it completely impossible to do.
  • Okay, so it seems like the problem is a great library for generating PDF files with PHP.
  • My personal opinion is: INFO - and the one I use in certain cases, is to do it.
  • Seriously though, I reccomend extensive customization of the other answers. A solution, though - and the one I don't know...
  • As for learning new languages/frameworks, you make no mention mixed ASCII and Unicode characters

And my new favorite:

  • DEBUG - information related to internal processes or emacs.
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    The "try jQuery" could be added at the end of all the generated posts. This would be close to the reality. Commented May 15, 2014 at 8:58
  • my personal opinion is INFO too! lol
    – NH.
    Commented Oct 10, 2017 at 19:09
  • "Okay, so it seems like the problem is a great library for generating PDF files with PHP." I'm pretty sure the problem is just PHP. ;)
    – jpmc26
    Commented Dec 6, 2017 at 23:28

Some funny ones from Stack Overflow:

  • a good IDE can then write a Java file that a common cause of segfaults is harder to monitor/troubleshoot
  • Use Java's resource loader to load the image file between processes by passing around the code from the SVN repo.
  • This setup also helps out API consumers, and is a code smell in the Sun/Oracle JRE

Sounds like I hate Java.

Super User:

  • Further, Safely Remove provides an XML API XML solves everything.
  • To switch back to your graphical X session you want to reverse-engineer the app. Never realized it's that hard.
  • If your USB drive is NTFS-formatted, Linux's ntfs-3g is usually unable to warn if text is not present; you could use this with "please". Oh, he's using the Intercal shell!
  • It's possible that the archive contains files several times. Obviously more laborious.
  • Another possibility is that you have installed the OS kernel. The kernel can register its own interrupt handlers, which can cause problems. OSs are more trouble than they're worth. Real programmers write in real mode.
  • It will then warn you for the rest of the command line of each process to type commands at the command-line: Most helpful warning ever.


  • To do.
  • Will silently mess this up, displaying a narwhal.
  • We should complain to Oracle that they messed up by default so people will only find them if they're looking for the rest of the community. Java again...


  • In people of [[Scandinavia]]n extraction there is a rat plutonium, it will soon die of radiation poisoning. COMMA SPLICE
  • I have been retained in caricatures, especially in the elevator.
  • There is no consensus among the standards bodies, but that's not from inherent offensiveness


  • Article "My Client Is Using Non-English Sounds! A Tutorial in Advanced Phonetic Transcription Part III: Prosody and Unattested Sounds" also discusses the extIPA (and does not list this diacritic. The article "My Client Is Using Non-English Sounds! A Tutorial in Advanced Phonetic Transcription Part III: Prosody and Unattested Sounds" also discusses the extIPA (and does not list this diacritic. The article "My Client Is Using Non-English Sounds! A Tutorial in Advanced Phonetic Transcription Part III: Prosody and Unattested Sounds" also discusses the extIPA (and does not list the diacritic). The paper also describes a non-IPA system (VoQS) for indicating phonation of stretches of the claim that there's a distinction between /VV/ (within a morpheme) and Unattested Sounds" also discusses the extIPA (and does not list the diacritic).
  • The survival of perception. Profound, but what does it mean?
  • Ergo, some languages have more speakers than others. That requires proof!
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    The survival of perception. Profound, but what does it mean? Ergo, some languages have more speakers than others. That requires proof! both hilarious
    – user37271
    Commented Jun 29, 2013 at 17:22
  • "We should complain to Oracle that they messed up by default so people will only find them if they're looking for the rest of the community." Not Java, that's their database.
    – jpmc26
    Commented Mar 29, 2016 at 23:27


  • The fix is a programming language: CSS becomes a fully bloated format with stuff I wrote in a recent project because realplayer uses DoPlay() instead of Play().
  • Instead, I've experimented until I've come up what to fix. At least it's better than hammering F5.
  • You should warn the user before he begins using the system.
  • I'm very happy to confirm the obvious
  • I believe I can only handle 1 text-shadow.
  • This baby generates an idea that may not be applicable in all contexts.
  • You should be parseable with relative ease. However, this is: Awkward.
  • Also, you may want a website I make one. (* Other formats avaliable)
  • I'm seriously annoyed by whatever string you want.
  • Think of! It can be numbers or later.
  • @sebastian's fix may not support anti-aliasing depending on its age.
  • Be warned it will be your friends! :)
  • Oh and if I want a website I think this should be used mostly.

Oh, hilarious!

Here are some of mine from AskUbuntu:

  • there is just a relatively small amount of apps that may or may not include a cartoon.
  • From my experience it shouldn't be aware that it is a pretty advanced tool.
  • You always trust Amazon. (Yeah sure..)
  • Ok, In the window that pops up, copy and paste the following: [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Name=Minecraft Comment=Click here to play well with AMD cards (Appearantly, I created a fix for AMD users)
  • Microsoft doesn't run a desktop environment by default, and doesn't have many desktop apps you probably don't need anyway.
  • You must now reboot your privacy
  • download the download.. Please try to install the internet.

Edit: Just came accross this one.. xD

But anyway.. since your computer came preïnstalled with Windows 8, there is a link with instructions how to live

  • download the download.. Please try to install the internet. oh my god, these are amazing
    – cat
    Commented Jun 29, 2016 at 15:41
  • UVed for the last one.
    – David
    Commented Dec 20, 2017 at 4:04

This thing is so hilarious. I love it. Here are some generations from AskUbuntu:

  • Open the Software Sources application. Go to the Additional Drivers tab. Choose the closed source driver for your hard-drive, the chance of possibility you need it for some reason, but it's not that easy to install instead of Windows (WARNING: THE LATTER WILL DELETE ALL YOUR FILES STORED IN WINDOWS!!!).
  • Kubuntu is a version of Ubuntu icon in the topleft corner and you will love it.
  • So you are being worked upon.
  • Then click the "Recommended Repair" button and wait until it's basicly both a perfume tester and applications.
  • Click Partition > Resize/Move At "New size", lower the number with the "Select boot device" button on the largest one) by dragging it's edge to fill the whole drive and a menu should appear that asks if you want to try Ubuntu and you will love it.
  • The Java browser plugin will also find relative forum link where you can post queries.
  • Try using your computer NOW!
  • Wait a moment and a menu should appear that asks if you are setting up a trading system using that machine as a server?
  • Every time you turn on your PC, turn your PC off
  • You will get installed.
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    "Every time you turn on your PC, turn your PC off" This is the most zen thing I have ever seen. Commented Jan 9, 2016 at 23:26
  • from my SU: Up. Speaking of which, have a good Linux user friend available to help to use a pen-drive form of Ubuntu or Kubuntu to evaluate it the way you want it.
    – NH.
    Commented Oct 10, 2017 at 19:21
  • speaking of up, lol
    – NH.
    Commented Oct 10, 2017 at 19:21
  • "Try using your computer NOW!" is a perfect ending to a troll answer which destroyed your system. Commented Aug 16, 2019 at 15:25
  • This example uses C operators, but they are also used for WinNT/2000/XP/Vista/7
  • Additionally, new ImageIcon("image.png").getImage() can be used to load a C++ header file with functions that it is not.
  • However, the value returned by Distance() will be truncated to an ImageIcon(byte[]) constructor, and compare the number to the minimum and maximum values for each range. Iterate through all of the ranges and minimum and maximum values for Win9x.
  • If you do anything you will be interrupted frequently.
  • Consider creating an alias such as battery to reboot a couple of times.
  • Change your username, then logout and log back in as your graphics card, hard drives, memory, etc.
  • Programs usually consist of thousands or millions of operating systems.
  • The man command is because they think it will be accessed with the man command.
  • Newly elected officials have to learn quite a whimsical, and foolish country.
  • Foreign relations might come to dislike our country and cease voting.
  • A good way to make sure you multiply polynomials in binary, is to form a table of Greek letters and their approximate equivalents, which you may find interesting.
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    “The man command is because they think it will be accessed with the man command.” So true…
    – Ry-
    Commented Apr 6, 2013 at 16:15
  • 1
    "Programs usually consist of thousands or millions of operating systems." That's terrifying
    – Leaf
    Commented May 19, 2017 at 20:10

I realize this is rather old, but I thought someone might get a laugh out of some of these:

Ask Ubuntu:

  • A Happier Update The problem now seems to lie with the new kernel.

  • You should (according to what I find) be considered closed, methinks.

  • Was there any special reason you wanted to use this site?

  • Hahaha. the meaning is the opposite. What is going on with quality control in UBuntu? They are ruining the prestige of Linux.

Note: I did NOT say that last sentence. Must have come from someone elses comment

  • The Lord of Time solved this in the Accessibility settings.

  • The config file Lets open up the prestige of Linux.

  • So if you want to create the new kernel. It won't recognize my problem was I never ran update-grub.

  • So right now, I'm rebooting with a .

  • If you would still like to be used manually you will need to know what the name or disable the bluetooth indicator

  • All Debian based distros in general) use xbindkeys -k to find the name when installing a package

  • The dash is what you're looking for. See also: What's the right terminology for Unity's UI elements? If you hope into a


  • That's why the wording is: This question already has because it's just links to the 95% sense? No.

  • I'd argue that closing (again most) of Long Tail Programming Questions: I think this still applies.

  • SO: Since we (almost) all as off-topic individually.

Chess Beta

  • I also found a Windows port. That goes into the subject on page 5.

  • There is hardly any master we know who cannot play at least one or two?

  • The program Winboard has a neat flash based interface, though most people believe that it doesn't harm your health.

  • In 1930 the USSR banned displays a chessboard on the screen, accepts moves made with the mouse, and Capablanca Chess.


Here are some of the best snippets I've seen so far.

From Stack Overflow,

  • You should be downloaded.
  • Me.load.
  • the given URL actually points to a coincidence.
  • Dolby also specifies that the conversion may say your password is being over amp'd by 41.4%.
  • The server/client then downloads the author.
  • leave out advanced features like this until you find your programs name.
  • this code may be an array.

From Meta Stack Overflow,

  • the user is undescriptive, clearly it's very ambiguous, and overall just unhelpful.
  • Lets face it, the site does need to be displayed.
  • I'd also suggest that posts should definitely be implemented.
  • a user posts a user.
  • Burnination Completed! Burnination Completed! Burnination Completed!
  • searching rather than asking is the current UI trend.
  • I'd say it's unnecessary to add a user.
  • Mods, the poor little suckers.
  • Damn, now you have to search both MSO and MSE.
  • 1
    "the given URL actually points to a coincidence." Surprise! "leave out advanced features like this until you find your programs name." Like what, printing version information? ... all the MSO ones are amazing. Commented Jan 16, 2015 at 7:43
  • Explanation of the uppercase and lowercase letters (specifically [, \, ], ^, _, `).
  • innerHTML is not a regex like this: \D(\d{4}\s\d{3}\s\d{3})\D \D will be automatically escaped for you.
  • You use this method, the text will be 2 as well.
  • If you use this is the case, try a regex for this: String yourString = "<210>;
  • On to say that $result is false
  • Explanation of where it used to be.
  • If it is 3 again, so the dash gets added.

And my favorites:

  • # ask for the word, #.
  • Test is not.
  • If this is the .0 is at the end, so the dash gets added.
  • Through all the numbers from 0 to one variable!

Finally, the most amusing of all: meta:

Rep on a site for it to have over 200 rep on a suggested edit, and I was typing a custom "reject" message. However, by the time I finish typing, I am trying to foo a bar, but it is throwing a foobar error. Instead of I am trying to foo a bar, but it has nothing to do with actually programming, it is just about the post is not reviewable. (click image to enlarge) If it hasn't already a synonym of performance, so this tag should be too. Escape a question more than 60 days later with score of 5 or more. This badge can be awarded multiple times. Answering an old question bumps it up to the top of 5 or more. This badge can use "Large blocks of code with a baz, but it is throwing a foobar error. EDIT: I am using a baz. Isn't the first?

I also got these in an otherwise boring paragraph:

  • Bounties are noise and make the post harder to read.
  • C is programming, and sometimes over three years.

(code formatting added by me)

# Heap of (non-prime, prime factor) tuples.
Todel = [ (4, 2) ]
n = 3
while True:
  if all(candidate in text for text in commands[:]:
    if "rm " in cmd:

Just compile and disassemble your architecture on your specific build of dis by calling dis.dis(f1), here is the Windows API

you might want to give defaults for instance variables in your constructor I would however do this:

class Foo:
  def init(num = None):
    self.num = num if and only if you are dealing with immutable types!)

class Foo:
  def random_zeroes(max_size):
    "Create a list of zeros for a random size (up to the end of the line as iterable
  except TypeError, e:
    #object is documented in the sort man page for "The Great Adventures of Jack Smith"?

The 2% of your userbase probably noticed the issue in the Python Shell window, choose Debugger from them, you can have lists of.

  • 1
    That's a shame the code doesn't compile :) I wonder if there would be a good way to retain formatting... Right now I just compress all whitespace to a single space, as you probably have noticed. Commented Jun 1, 2010 at 10:30

Arqade has a lot of potential for this, here are some of mine:

  • Dead is especially fun to use.
  • The process requires a lot of Monuments after you buy EotN for the player who got the final hit, and only if it was gathered from rather than destroying it, so it needs to be done at time of activation.
  • For example, I currently have a streetpass team that is strong enough to provide an updated answer.
  • These are simply novelty weapons. They are located together, and all European servers are located together, and all European servers are located together, so the back.
  • The game should have come with a leaflet that has the second highest melee damage.
  • There is no one in the language that you're most profitable option.
  • Your best bet is to run for your life.

Update: Here are a few from Stack Overflow:

  • It turns out that the option actually converted my project to a negative number.
  • You want to have a back button from the new UITabBarController to the device.
  • If that is not the problem (as in my case), it is likely that you don't have a local knowledge.
  • If you want an individual view's rotation to behave differently than or equal to zero, you simply cast it as NSUInteger.
  • How does the loop continue beyond the actual length of the array? Because you will.
  • Dead is especially fun to use. /For example, I currently have a streetpass team that is strong enough to provide an updated answer./Your best bet is to run for your life./ the first and last one are the funniest yet!! Can I steal them?? ahahaha
    – user37271
    Commented Jun 29, 2013 at 17:29
  • Haha, go ahead.
    – Brian
    Commented Jun 29, 2013 at 22:15
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    Yeah, I'll get the Collector's Edition, which has a leaflet with the highest melee damage. Commented Jan 16, 2015 at 7:38

Some of my own "quotes" from Stack Overflow:

  • I know, there is no way to explain the way Python treats variables and parameters.

  • This will remove all characters on Earth.

  • I modified the function and now it's just "Hello World!".

  • So yes, it's neither a xls file nor a text editor is like opening a SMTP server through a HTTP proxy.


These are my favorites on Meta Stack Exchange:

  • the bounty will be the best advice and you may find yourself in rough seas. Not?
  • Then you have uploaded your image to delete incorrect answers
  • Meta Stack Overflow is self-promotion, and it doesn't add any value to the answer.

And on Code Golf:

  • the byte array actually have NO idea how it works
  • Then, you prompt for sharing great improvements!

On Meta Stack Overflow:

  • Meta-tags, like [beginner], [subjective], and [best-practices], are useless by themselves — they get review-banned to avoid bad reviews.
  • O! Uploading images deletes answers? When did they add this?! Commented Jul 31, 2015 at 9:51

In .NET 2.0, and you'll benefit a file is changed, that's not possible to do this using JavaScript and a font that isn't fixed-width... it doesn't have special rules in terms of what expressions you can pass the result to setTimeout, you want to get only the minutes and constrain the generic type to those types that implement IComparable, then use a switch in the general

        case '001/':
        case '002/':
            $arrayMobile[] = $item;

If you have another Sub that contains the common logic, and call that from both bits are the same, 1 if either one bit OR the other ! negates it again. A concise cast to boolean. It's pretty much better in VB.NET) but if they're different). 1 Actually, it's n modulo 32. 1 >> 32 is 1. For example, here's 5 | 3: 5 = 101 3 = 011 | ----- 111 = 7 And loop through it as follows:

$.each(data, function(index, option) {
    options += '<option value="' + option.value + '">' + '\\b', 'g'), 'this.' + declaredVariable[1]);
} // This is the prototype!

You can call any function like that functionality for just about anything. Firefox adds some extra padding. You can actually run. The CLR is pretty much equivalent to Boolean(options.guess). What it gives a nice, clean MVC feel. It's probably easiest to just abstract your hash-cracker method out: Function hashType(ByVal filename As String) As Boolean

If there's an icon at /favicon.ico, use objects. row_array() then. But consider objects. They prepend the position of the script sometime after the entire DOM manipulations, not HTML:

var list = new Dictionary<string, string>();
foreach(Dictionary<string, string> dict in dictionariesToCombine) {
    foreach(var item in the list

, so the list gets shorter, and your original count is the length, not the ending index. Pass 12 instead of 24. echo.

  • Pass 12 instead of 24. echo. Roger that! hahaha
    – user37271
    Commented Jun 29, 2013 at 17:30
  • So... no changes to JS files not using a monospace font? LOL :D Commented Jul 29, 2015 at 10:31

Here are some from my answers on SuperUser:

  • Remedies Here are some actual reasons why an application developer felt that Dalvik was released (or maybe the race condition still exists, and you're just really!)
  • In theory, you could write C/C++ or even assembly code if your page file is heavily utilized due to RAM pressure.
  • The default behavior of Windows is in text: Find what: (.+)\r\n(.+)\r\n(.+) Replace dialog, tick Regular expression, and enter the above expressions. Here it is still slower than RAM by orders of magnitude.
  • Having your page file on an SSD will help, but it will also wear out the contents of the connection.
  • There's no simple way to generalize that won't work in your situation for the respective platform.
  • If the total input power is greater than 2 TB capacity if you have open, or upgrading to a user has accidentally deleted lots of any that do, off the top of the kernel ABI Database server for data mining, which is very little that separates Dalvik from Objective-C, .NET, Ruby, the Oracle Hotspot JVM, or the Java programming language syntax is responsible for high power consumption.
  • Occasionally, you might encounter a Pentium 4 architecture from 2004 is running.
  • This will help for details.
  • If the verification tool tells you sent a message through the bus, the CPU wouldn't be there on your computer.
  • You probably need the program, just remove it.
  • It is very badly hosed, you may have more than one operating system installed in its firmware.
  • On top of all this, this VBA solution: IMHO that for reasons of safeguarding your data this is running, and provide that as output here, along with the output of RAM for a desktop or laptop battery will take whatever scraps are unable to get it to satisfy your needs.
  • If the data in there isn't critical to your parser by giving up if you may have to delete the database and re-initialize it from scratch; be discussing programming techniques. (in my mind I imagined a concerned mother saying, "yall better be discussing programming techniques when I get home!!!")
  • If it's there, look inside of it for a last-ditch effort, you can try reinstalling Windows, then install your programs one of the programs you normally use Task Scheduler; it could be using sudo mount, then fsck that volume, running the appropriate fsck command to charge both the laptop battery and the core of Android web browsers (both Firefox and Chrome) are written to.

These all come from my mechanics.stackexchange profile.

There's a post here: whatconsumer.co.uk whose top post seems to be burning an over-rich fuel mixture.

Hmm, I wonder what they're running their servers on.

Use a sponge with some water in it to disconnect the battery, it doesn't harm on the engine or the transmission

Well, I hope not!

Great question! There do not appear to be any manufacturers who are putting them in your face and on your arms.

Hrmph! Commercialism these days is so in your face!

The operation of the vehicle with only the handbrake is a big jump, but not likely extremely damaging, in my opinion. However, mistreating it can be so simple that it may well croak before you stop, but there is no real reason to replace it

I suppose not. If the brakes croak before you stop, you won't have to replace them, you'll have to replace the car!

When a car is cranking badly, there may be a couple landmines hidden on the property somewhere.

Um, yeah. Smart car.

As others have already stated, washer fluid will not burn correctly, and will cause carbon deposits on the plugs.

Really? I have a hard time believing it will leave anything on the spark plugs... except washer fluid, of course.

And my absolute favorite:

When you're driving on wet pavement or a diy type of person. If nothing's moving down there, nothing can.


Downgrade isn't necessary for your problem. Just switch to Ubuntu Classic from the /app folders: [Icon Theme] Name=Faenza Humanity Inherits=ubuntu-mono-dark,humanity,hicolor Comment=Custom Faenza + Humanity Theme for Jorge Castro Directories=apps/16,apps/22,apps/24,apps/32,apps/48,apps/scalable [apps/16] Size=16 Context=Apps Type=fixed [apps/22] Size=22 Context=Apps Type=fixed [apps/48] Size=48 Context=Apps Type=fixed [apps/scalable] Size=96 Context=Apps Type=Scalable MinSize=64 MaxSize=128 Now select the new theme in gnome-appearance-properties. Delete the file: ~/.local/share/mime/mime.cache, and it should just be pushed upstream, but are looking for. For the wireless, remove the gnome-panel package, but I wouldn't suggest removing anything else for now. Better safe than sorry. When you are using the same service as a Live installation though. Emesene 2 was only recently (rushed to release) released. For this reason a lot around the subject at hand without editing the source for Unity and to my knowledge, the plugin has to patch GNOME applications, or third party developers have to create replacements, that honestly should just be pushed.

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    Lemme guess... askubuntu.com? Commented Oct 21, 2011 at 5:04
  • @muntoo yes :)!
    – RolandiXor
    Commented Oct 21, 2011 at 12:28

Outside world until the constructor returns.

If the native library/code cannot be linked to by that JVM (for example, if you have a Windows JVM (for example, if you have a rich history of cross-platform support on runtimes like Mono.

You may like to pose a few more possible for readability.

Instead of declaring ProductOfDouble at the top and then setting fields to default values. Evaluating arguments to the constructor are evaluated, left-to-right.

If any of the argument evaluations completes abruptly, any argument expressions to work up an example at your else block to give netPay a 32-bit JVM and 64-bit library), then that program must be open-source and boxing, while ar.remove(0); affects that list without creating a new copy of the units digit (modulo), which is an assignment due to the = cal.get(Calendar.HOUR_OF_DAY);

From Date javadoc: Deprecated.

As each new field instance is created, it is initialized to its default?

  • "Outside world until the constructor returns." bliss.
    – cat
    Commented Feb 24, 2016 at 3:02

Here are a few funny ones from Code Golf (with a bit of markdown salted on it):

  • Port of the function $f$, please leave a trailing space.

  • For example, if you ran it through the server console, you realise that it adds 100 to ceilingcat for another 2 bytes shaved off by using puts instead of the fractions representing both numbers (with an integer numerator).

  • Vyxal, 6 characters ø⟇Ė0›+ ø⟇ gets the first website's request is finished!

  • Explanation (might need to scroll) f=lambda *a:a[0] # ‎⁡Make a function that returns the correct sum. But if you realise that it adds 100 to add at least one character.

  • Welcome to Stack Apps! The question says If you generate any particularly funny spam with Flack Overstow, post it in a chatroom somewhere, not here. We want to keep our posts focused and on topic for the hosting site. I know that means many answers here should be deleted, but it's better not to post new ones.
    – Glorfindel
    Commented Aug 6, 2023 at 9:06

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