C is one of the most known programming languages. Its key features include ‘simplicity’, unfriendliness and lack of many helpful abstractions. Overall, it is a nice experience.
Cosmopolitan makes C a build-once run-anywhere language, similar to Java, except it doesn't require interpreters or virtual machines be installed beforehand. Cosmo provides the same portability benefits as high-level languages like Go and Rust, but it doesn't invent a new language and you won't need to configure a CI system to build separate binaries for each operating system. What Cosmopolitan focuses on is fixing C by decoupling it from platforms, so it can be pleasant to use for writing small unix programs that are easily distributed to a much broader audience.
=> https://blog.nelhage.com/post/a-go-c-polyglot/ | A Go/C Polyglot
Someone on a Slack I’m on recently raised the question of how you might write a source file that’s both valid C and Go, commenting that it wasn’t immediately obvious if this was even possible. I got nerdsniped, and succeeded in producing one, which you can find here. It's the backslash that does the trick.
=> https://blog.sulami.xyz/posts/my-thoughts-about-d/ | My Thoughts About D
- A person.
- sibling e. c. s.
- aka nito 11-12 m. e. c. s.
- Buena en matemáticas, mala en lengua.
- Se ponía a varnizar de noche.
- Dejar de fumar le costó 20 años.
- parent e. c. b.
- parent f. s. b.
- E: Sharing your own reflections and links are more useful than summaries
- E: Better note taking can be taught interactively
- E: Compression and decompression
- E: Convergence and divergence
- E: Writing quality
- E: Automatic mailing list for incremental brainstorming
- E: The goal of learning should be producing
- E: Naming concepts like a hook
- E: Limiting external input when thinking
- E: Learning broadly or deeply
- E: Spaced everything
- E: How is designing for learning different
- E: Reorganizability of ideas
- E: Being an embedded researcher
- E: Academic writing 2.0
- E: Structuring literature overview
- E: Be careful with monetizing your hobbies
- Note taking
- not sure about naming. complex links are harder to type, and now I get all the references to individual green notes in the linked references on this page too... Perhaps using E: and tagging with E once to make sure it ends up on a manually curated list is better.
What does the E stand for? We may never know.
Does it say "ruining" or "running"? That's for you to decide.
Is it satire? Who's to judge if it is or it isn't.
it has a different mental model of programming languages reading hillel wayne essay on it is cool! can create a unique sieve as a value and make assignmetns! can transform the object directly after it has been created! j provides mechanism to fuse mapping and filtering, can study properties of the sieve
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- lust a fake node to make logseq graph connected and happy
[2021-01-16]ignore some tags like 'inspiration'. they make a mess in the graph, but mostly only make sense to me anyway logseq
File to control logseq behaviour
lust a fake node to make logseq graph connected and happy
[2021-01-16] ignore some tags like 'inspiration'. they make a mess in the graph, but mostly only make sense to me anyway logseq
- some people like to have a mushroom (toadstool?) emoji in their nicknames. if you do the same, you've joined the club/meme :)