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March 14, 2006
News - February Caption Contest |
about a month ago
I reely am ruggedly handsome, aren’t I.
Tell me the truth. Does this make my head look fat?
The length some people will go to to protect their perms.
News - November Caption Contest |
about 4 months ago
Sparkfun engineers trying to light a bulb rather than curse the darkness.
Sparkfun employees hanging the lights on the new stealth Christmas tree.
Sorry guys, that levitating light bulb trick isn’t working. I can still see the wires.
News - October Caption Contest |
about 5 months ago
Tell me…how many lights you see. (For the Next Generation fans.)
News - September Caption Contest |
about 6 months ago
(start music) One of these things is not like the others…
News - Enginursday - Three Child… |
about 7 months ago
I believe it’s that the memory location the reference to an array points to is constant while the memory location a pointer points to can change (but you’re really dredging the detritus from the bottom of my memory sack :) ).
The one I also liked was that Java passes all variables by value. It’s just that sometimes the value contained in the variable is a reference.
The one I remember best is when I finally figured out how the binary-to-BCD algorithm (add 3 - shift) works. That technique led to all sorts of things. Also, when I finally “got” how pointers in C work.
No public wish lists :(