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Darkfeign

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    Darkfeign reacted to criso8 in What should I learn C++/C or Java   
    I learned java first. I wouldn't focus on the language you are learning too much. The most important thing is the universal concepts that you will learn.
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from delet my acc pls in Dark rock pro 2 vs dark rock 2.   
    Well it's double the cooler, with a 135mm fan I think it is, sat between both towers, and the standard be quiet fan attached to the side in push-pull-push. I've recently installed the Dark Rock Pro 2 and it's a beast. PWM control is a lifesaver as my old noctua, while quiet with the noise adapters, was still constantly the loudest part in my PC.
     
    With Be Quiet!'s PWM control it'll only crank up when necessary, and tbh it's still a lot quieter I believe, than my old Noctua NH-C14.
     
    The standard dark rock 2 I hear is a very good performer, but as always, if you can spare the room and clear the ram, a bigger heatsink is always better for performance.
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    Darkfeign reacted to Kayn in Best looking air coolers   
    surprised that no one posted the Dark Knight yet
     

     
    better picture of it

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    Darkfeign reacted to onionring in Best air cooler?   
    i d take the dark rock pro 2 over the nhd14 it s about the same as the nhd14 but it is less ugly. i think it s quieter too but its performance is 1-2c worse or something like that
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    Darkfeign reacted to nightlitezzz in Best air cooler?   
    Yeah, I was thinking of the dual tower cooler and I thought it was Rock 2. I'll edit it now.
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    Darkfeign reacted to MrSuperb in Noctua fan case   
    Noctua explains it.
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    Darkfeign reacted to Emperor_Piehead in Noctua fan case   
    The noctua S12A
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from BCMods in What is with these?!   
    Search engine bots, or 'web crawlers' that visit the site and attempt to harvest data from it. Google, Bing, Facebook etc. In order to validly crawl the forum's data, they often authenticate themselves with forum software so they aren't assumed to be malicious.
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from BCMods in What is with these?!   
    Search engine bots, or 'web crawlers' that visit the site and attempt to harvest data from it. Google, Bing, Facebook etc. In order to validly crawl the forum's data, they often authenticate themselves with forum software so they aren't assumed to be malicious.
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from BCMods in What is with these?!   
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from BCMods in What is with these?!   
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from BCMods in What is with these?!   
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from BCMods in What is with these?!   
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    Darkfeign reacted to alpenwasser in Arrays and Pointers   
    I'm assuming you are talking about C/C++ and languages using similar implementations
    of pointers.
    Is a question of operator precedence. *p1[10] will first take the 11th element inthe array p1 and then dereference that, thereby selecting whatever p1[10] is pointing
    to. (*p1)[10] will first dereference p1 and then select the 11th element of whatever
    p1 itself is pointing to.
    EDIT: Ooops, I overlooked two const in that question :o. See @WanderingFool's answerbelow. I'll leave my original answer here for posterity. /EDIT int *a is a simple pointer to an int.
    int const *a is a pointer whose target location has been defined as constant and therefore
    cannot be changed via dereferencing a. You can however still change a's target if you access
    it via another way (see example).
    Without pointers to pointers we cannot have arrays of pointers (an array's identifieris basically just a constant pointer to its first element).
    Example code (I have compiled and run this on gcc):EDIT: AAARGH, the forum deleted my code when I was editing my post. I'll see if
    I can recreate it. :angry:/EDIT 
    If anybody spots an error please let me know.
     

    #include <stdio.h>int main(){ int p1[3]; p1[0]=1; p1[1]=2; p1[2]=3; int *p2[3]; p2[0]=&p1[0]; p2[1]=&p1[1]; p2[2]=&p1[2]; /* Will print 1,1,3 */ printf("%d\n%d\n%d\n",p1[0],*p2[0],(*p2)[2]); /* These three will all print out the same number, which is the memory address of p1's first element. */ printf("%d\n",&p1[0]); printf("%d\n",p1); printf("%d\n",*p2); /* These two will print out the memory address of p2's first element */ printf("%d\n",&p2[0]); printf("%d\n",p2); int const *a=p2[0]; printf("%d\n",*a); /* Uncommenting this should throw a compilation error. */ /* a's target location cannot be changed via dereferencing a. */ /* *a=5; printf("%d\n",*a); */ /* Whereas this will work and print out 5 because we are not accessing a's target location via dereferencing a. */ *p2[0]=5; printf("%d\n",*a); return 0;}
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from ZekeR in Same Sex Marriage? (your view)   
    My girlfriend was brought up a Muslim and struggles with the thought of any type of non-religious marriage. She believes that people should do what they want, and if they want to enter a civil partnership then they should be free to do so, but she also believes that marriage should be strictly reserved for a religious bond between a man and a woman, and I'm kind of inclined to agree with her.
     
    Marriage is, and always has been, a religious joining of two people. Civil partnerships are a different matter.
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    Darkfeign reacted to bosnian_guy in Same Sex Marriage? (your view)   
    I am a Muslim but I don't have a problem with same sex marriage. Let people do what they want.
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    Darkfeign reacted to smittysd in Computer Science, Relevant or?   
    Im 35 and have gone back to school to pursue a degree in CS...all of you have really inspired me..thanks for the positive feedback that a degree is not a waste of time.
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from Kuzma in Best way to start programming   
    Get yourself a solid book to learn from, as nothing beats the vast information you can constantly flick back and forth for in a text book. Something like Java: How to Program will teach you programming generics using the Java language.
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from airdeano in Intake fans to replace stock fractal 140mm fans   
    The black fans aren't meant for replacements with better colour schemes, though. People don't seem to understand that they are meant for industrial applications with much higher RPMs than their regular fans.
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from airdeano in Intake fans to replace stock fractal 140mm fans   
    The black fans aren't meant for replacements with better colour schemes, though. People don't seem to understand that they are meant for industrial applications with much higher RPMs than their regular fans.
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from wolfsinner in Computer Science, Relevant or?   
    I am also a Computer Science graduate, and can say that it's definitely a worthwhile degree, particularly here in the UK. There are ample graduate opportunities with companies like BT (our main telecomms. company), IBM etc. and it teaches far more than most people will be able to teach themselves. You won't simply learn how to write java programs, or C++, you'll learn key software methodologies and design patterns, low-level details that alter your high-level programming techniques to allow you to program more efficiently, and all kinds of other things.
     
    The whole point of a CS degree is to give you a comprehensive, general knowledge of Computer Science, with some details in areas such as programming/software development, maybe security and data structures. Jobs are countless for CS graduates all over the world.
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    Darkfeign reacted to MegaDave91 in Intake fans to replace stock fractal 140mm fans   
    Noctua NFA / P14
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from marto in Computer Science, Relevant or?   
    Ha, I too would love to make it over to Canada for a period. I wouldn't mind Sweden either, being the home of Spotify and some others =P
     
     
    Not a problem, glad I could be of some use. Any more questions, you can always PM me, it's hard to give a good level of detail on what I covered in my degree without probing questions, but a CS degree is a very good degree to hold. I've got friends looking for jobs that are guaranteed to be very well paid, but are also very scarce and extremely hard to obtain. At least with Computer Science, depending on your resulting degree, you can get a job in almost any sector, and starting wages aren't the best but they quickly ramp up.
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from wolfsinner in Computer Science, Relevant or?   
    I am also a Computer Science graduate, and can say that it's definitely a worthwhile degree, particularly here in the UK. There are ample graduate opportunities with companies like BT (our main telecomms. company), IBM etc. and it teaches far more than most people will be able to teach themselves. You won't simply learn how to write java programs, or C++, you'll learn key software methodologies and design patterns, low-level details that alter your high-level programming techniques to allow you to program more efficiently, and all kinds of other things.
     
    The whole point of a CS degree is to give you a comprehensive, general knowledge of Computer Science, with some details in areas such as programming/software development, maybe security and data structures. Jobs are countless for CS graduates all over the world.
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    Darkfeign got a reaction from wolfsinner in Computer Science, Relevant or?   
    I am also a Computer Science graduate, and can say that it's definitely a worthwhile degree, particularly here in the UK. There are ample graduate opportunities with companies like BT (our main telecomms. company), IBM etc. and it teaches far more than most people will be able to teach themselves. You won't simply learn how to write java programs, or C++, you'll learn key software methodologies and design patterns, low-level details that alter your high-level programming techniques to allow you to program more efficiently, and all kinds of other things.
     
    The whole point of a CS degree is to give you a comprehensive, general knowledge of Computer Science, with some details in areas such as programming/software development, maybe security and data structures. Jobs are countless for CS graduates all over the world.
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