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GHOST was brave…


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memeideologies are, ironically, not yims, dues to the fact that their obscurity and relative lack of substance in favor of memetic potential energy, results in them not being relevant enough or recognizable enough to be repeated throughout the population and truly become an yim


inshallah spudy




shorkcel is working on a "system" that sissifies dumb teenbois with daddy issues he calls it his "/fit/ness plan.xlsx"


yes i do not exist in a physical form and i will pass through your mind occasionally and possibly make you severely mentally ill
be prepared to chop chop that sissy clitty boyo


catholicism apparently


>dudder goes missing
>a bank collapses
I'm going to assume he had started working there and has been explaining to some buckeyes how he managed to crash the whole bank for the last few days


i would do it as a .csv so i can manipulate from command line retard


dont be a unix weenie
if your gonna interact with it programmatically use a real database


tell me what to do again and i'll rape you bitch


real niggas type out 64bit assembly code two-finger style like real™ niggas™ u feel me


A recent article devoted to the macho side of programming
made the bald and unvarnished statement:
Real Programmers write in FORTRAN.
Maybe they do now,
in this decadent era of
Lite beer, hand calculators, and "user-friendly" software
but back in the Good Old Days,
when the term "software" sounded funny
and Real Computers were made out of drums and vacuum tubes,
Real Programmers wrote in machine code.
Not FORTRAN. Not RATFOR. Not, even, assembly language.
Machine Code.
Raw, unadorned, inscrutable hexadecimal numbers.
Lest a whole new generation of programmers
grow up in ignorance of this glorious past,
I feel duty-bound to describe,
as best I can through the generation gap,
how a Real Programmer wrote code.
I'll call him Mel,
because that was his name.
I first met Mel when I went to work for Royal McBee Computer Corp.,
a now-defunct subsidiary of the typewriter company.
The firm manufactured the LGP-30,
a small, cheap (by the standards of the day)
drum-memory computer,
and had just started to manufacture
the RPC-4000, a much-improved,
bigger, better, faster – drum-memory computer.
Cores cost too much,
and weren't here to stay, anyway.
(That's why you haven't heard of the company,
or the computer.)
I had been hired to write a FORTRAN compiler
for this new marvel and Mel was my guide to its wonders.
Mel didn't approve of compilers.
"If a program can't rewrite its own code",
he asked, "what good is it?"
Mel had written,
in hexadecimal,
the most popular computer program the company owned.
It ran on the LGP-30
and played blackjack with potential customers
at computer shows.
Its effect was always dramatic.
The LGP-30 booth was packed at every show,
and the IBM salesmen stood around
talking to each other.
Whether or not this actually sold computers
was a question we never discussed.
Mel's job was to re-write
the blackjack program for the RPC-4000.
(Port? What does that mean?)
The new computer had a one-plus-one
addressing scheme,
in which each machine instruction,
in addition to the operation code
and the address of the needed operand,
had a second address that indicated where, on the revolving drum,
the next instruction was located.
In modern parlance,
every single instruction was followed by a GO TO!
Put that in Pascal's pipe and smoke it.
Mel loved the RPC-4000
because he could optimize his code:
that is, locate instructions on the drum
so that just as one finished its job,
the next would be just arriving at the "read head"
and available for immediate execution.
There was a program to do that job,
an "optimizing assembler",
but Mel refused to use it.
"You never know where it's going to put things",
he explained, "so you'd have to use separate constants".
It was a long time before I understood that remark.
Since Mel knew the numerical value
of every operation code,
and assigned his own drum addresses,
every instruction he wrote could also be considered
a numerical constant.
He could pick up an earlier "add" instruction, say,
and multiply by it,
if it had the right numeric value.
His code was not easy for someone else to modify.
I compared Mel's hand-optimized programs
with the same code massaged by the optimizing assembler program,
and Mel's always ran faster.
That was because the "top-down" method of program design
hadn't been invented yet,
and Mel wouldn't have used it anyway.
He wrote the innermost parts of his program loops first,
so they would get first choice
of the optimum address locations on the drum.
The optimizing assembler wasn't smart enough to do it that way.
Mel never wrote time-delay loops, either,
even when the balky Flexowriter
required a delay between output characters to work right.
He just located instructions on the drum
so each successive one was just past the read head
when it was needed;
the drum had to execute another complete revolution
to find the next instruction.
He coined an unforgettable term for this procedure.
Although "optimum" is an absolute term,
like "unique", it became common verbal practice
to make it relative:
"not quite optimum" or "less optimum"
or "not very optimum".
Mel called the maximum time-delay locations
the "most pessimum".


After he finished the blackjack program
and got it to run
("Even the initializer is optimized",
he said proudly),
he got a Change Request from the sales department.
The program used an elegant (optimized)
random number generator
to shuffle the "cards" and deal from the "deck",
and some of the salesmen felt it was too fair,
since sometimes the customers lost.
They wanted Mel to modify the program
so, at the setting of a sense switch on the console,
they could change the odds and let the customer win.
Mel balked.
He felt this was patently dishonest,
which it was,
and that it impinged on his personal integrity as a programmer,
which it did,
so he refused to do it.
The Head Salesman talked to Mel,
as did the Big Boss and, at the boss's urging,
a few Fellow Programmers.
Mel finally gave in and wrote the code,
but he got the test backwards,
and, when the sense switch was turned on,
the program would cheat, winning every time.
Mel was delighted with this,
claiming his subconscious was uncontrollably ethical,
and adamantly refused to fix it.
After Mel had left the company for greener pa$ture$,
the Big Boss asked me to look at the code
and see if I could find the test and reverse it.
Somewhat reluctantly, I agreed to look.
Tracking Mel's code was a real adventure.
I have often felt that programming is an art form,
whose real value can only be appreciated
by another versed in the same arcane art;
there are lovely gems and brilliant coups
hidden from human view and admiration, sometimes forever,
by the very nature of the process.
You can learn a lot about an individual
just by reading through his code,
even in hexadecimal.
Mel was, I think, an unsung genius.
Perhaps my greatest shock came
when I found an innocent loop that had no test in it.
No test. None.
Common sense said it had to be a closed loop,
where the program would circle, forever, endlessly.
Program control passed right through it, however,
and safely out the other side.
It took me two weeks to figure it out.
The RPC-4000 computer had a really modern facility
called an index register.
It allowed the programmer to write a program loop
that used an indexed instruction inside;
each time through,
the number in the index register
was added to the address of that instruction,
so it would refer
to the next datum in a series.
He had only to increment the index register
each time through.
Mel never used it.
Instead, he would pull the instruction into a machine register,
add one to its address,
and store it back.
He would then execute the modified instruction
right from the register.
The loop was written so this additional execution time
was taken into account –
just as this instruction finished,
the next one was right under the drum's read head,
ready to go.
But the loop had no test in it.
The vital clue came when I noticed
the index register bit,
the bit that lay between the address
and the operation code in the instruction word,
was turned on –
yet Mel never used the index register,
leaving it zero all the time.
When the light went on it nearly blinded me.
He had located the data he was working on
near the top of memory –
the largest locations the instructions could address –
so, after the last datum was handled,
incrementing the instruction address
would make it overflow.
The carry would add one to the
operation code, changing it to the next one in the instruction set:
a jump instruction.
Sure enough, the next program instruction was
in address location zero,
and the program went happily on its way.
I haven't kept in touch with Mel,
so I don't know if he ever gave in to the flood of
change that has washed over programming techniques
since those long-gone days.
I like to think he didn't.
In any event,
I was impressed enough that I quit looking for the
offending test,
telling the Big Boss I couldn't find it.
He didn't seem surprised.
When I left the company,
the blackjack program would still cheat
if you turned on the right sense switch,
and I think that's how it should be.
I didn't feel comfortable
hacking up the code of a Real Programmer.


is this from the bible?


like ya it's a wonder, but how could any pro not have the forsight to realize the benefits of being able to have code that is workable/maintainable by others, not to mention the ability that could work betwen machines?
it would be like scoffing at the printing press for making books instead of your local monestary


>workable/maintainable code
is the cancer that killed computing
programs should be rewritten
not extended and modified
a program is an approximation of the mental model that a programmer develops to solve a problem
even if you develop your program to prioritize readability and you document everything
other programmers will still fuck it up by deriving different mental models from your solution
and it compounds over time
by disregarding other programmers you can come up with much more efficient programs in terms of computational efficiency, development time, and range of possible solutions
programming should be done solo or in very small tight-knit teams tbqh imo that is my thesis


it should be like any other profession where the knowledge iss not blindly reused
like engineering- where if the problem is small enough or trivial, you can do very basic equations (that someone else has developed) to solve a problem. but the more complex/important it is, the more analysis/understanding you need to do it right
for some reason that has entirely escaped the software """""""engineer"""""" crowd


>software """"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""engineering***"""""""""""""""""""""""""""""

***** = is not engineering


obviously, hence the "" ""


but they sure do love to tell people they are


yah and whores like to call themselves influencers




i would think computer geeks would be the most familiar with the idea of "and", in addition to "either/or"

but autism is an cruel mistress


explain their influence over muh gock then tho


thats u being a dumdum sissy


After the EU ate shit last time they came up with the idea of calling it a "bail-in" like that was a new idea the EUSSR came up with and then they promoted it like "we're all in this together lol" as if it were a good thing. I thought it was funny the US kikes were still saying
>n-no NO! it's not a bailout!
They should have just said
>oy goy it's a bail-in and now ur saved :^^^^^)


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all programs and source code should auto-deleted by law every few years so corporations can remake and resell it perpetually


The Trilateral Commission’s 50th anniversary marks the culmination of its self-proclaimed “New International Economic Order”. On March 12, the Trilateral Commission held its plenary meeting in New Delhi, India to discuss issues relating to globalization. Trilateral Commission co-founder Zbigniew Brzezinski’s “Technetronic Era” has apparently officially arrived.

Amid the new world alliances that are forming as India and China seek to normalize relations and as China just brokered a relationship between Saudi Arabia and Iran, the globalist narrative has opened a new, and possibly final, chapter. According to NikkeiAsia, one unnamed Trilateral Commission member addressed the plenary meeting and stated,

“Three decades of globalization — defined as integrated, free-market based and deflationary — has been replaced by what will be a multidecade period of globalization defined as fragmented, not-free-market-based but industrial-policy based and structurally inflationary. This year, 2023, is Year One of this new global order.”

This reflects Brzezinski’s early strategy to transform the world as he wrote in Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era:

“The nation-state as a fundamental unit of man’s organized life has ceased to be the principal creative force: International banks and multinational corporations are acting and planning in terms that are far in advance of the political concepts of the nation-state.”

Welcome to the “new global order”. https://weliveinamadworld.com/2023-is-year-one-of-this-new-global-order-says-trilateral-commission/


When do I get my neetbux??


~2 weeks


what kind of fucking numbskull looks at a system where banks can basically poof moneys into existence and calls it "deflationary"?


one that had the wherewithal to at least remain anonymous


if someone paid me enough to shit out something that dumb id do it


Forget about the theory. The reality of it is that if inflation hits the point of running out of control (often called hyperinflation, although it doesn't necessarily happen just like in germany) then the value of the currency tanks down toward nothing. So in the end it results in deflation. The end result is always deflation, even if there is an inflationary period beforehand.

It's like the markets. It jumps to the moon, but then it sinks. Maybe it levels out over the long term, but it's worth a fraction of what the new play is worth. That's deflation.


Identical in europe, except there’s also an inheritance tax to ensure your children will never see a penny of your wealth unless you’re an Old Money aristocrat


My point was the country was whiter in the 80s when that graph starts. I’m well aware that from 1790-1964 the US was 90-95% western european demographically


About that…


we have inheritance tax too tho but i think the extent of that varies by state
the faggot feds certainly get their cut but im p sure some states try and take whats left after funeral expenses like my dad died and the only reason the rest of us got anything from his estate was because he had a great life insurance policy from his job otherwise >we'd have been owing money


>JPMorgan invested in stores of nickel as collateral, stored them in a toothpastian warehouse
>London Metal Exchange gave em a look and they bought literal bags of rocks instead
tiktok witches stay winning


I saw something about nickel and a bank a few years ago. Was this the same thing or was this more recent? Because it sure seems like banks get scammed on these deposits.


JPMorgan revealed it last Friday, happened to a diff bank last month too


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my lil bitcoin doin smth


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credit suisse has been fucked for almost 2 years but rainbow options have kept it alive which has caused inflation to keep going up and housing to not crash even though rate increases should have completely reversed course
now that rate increases are reaching over 5% these large players who made over extended bets are getting destroyed trying to keep the option open and failing
rainbow options are completely under the table
they are the most gay and fake financial tool grabblers have ever conceived
the ENTIRE bull market since 2016 has been predicated on rainbow options
this makes certain that either apocalypse level collapse deflation or hyperinflation is going to happen
i think they are working to create stagflation to try to fix it but it's not working
my guess is they will go to 3-4.5% and keep it there while inflation keeps going up and people start getting really pissed off
i knew rainbow options were happening, just didn't understand how MUCH they were happening until i found those forms
in order to save themselves (they can't UNDO the options, only offload them as swaps between themselves which explains the daily $2t reverse repo) they will burn everyone


>rainbow options


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ur picrels are wild
did another 25bp today, even 5% isn't gonna do shit and they know it
rally think the plan is full globohomo cbdc reset
callin the plays since '08 as they are it's just nationalizing banks and they're doing it lik addicts
problem is saudis, vatniks, chinks are all rushing to ally and gtfo
no way the west can isolate or strongarm for much longer & i'm not buyin that that alarm hasn't been flashing red for years


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had to look that up too, thought it was just basket or bundle. some high tier khazarian magik


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woah thats a lot of words
to bad i didnt read any of it


>a gay wont know >our secrets

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