• DonaldK (unregistered)

    So no respect for Kelvin?

    Whatever will we do FRIST?

  • dkf (cs) in reply to DonaldK
    DonaldK:
    So no respect for Kelvin?

    Whatever will we do FRIST?

    We'll give thanks to Dell. No charge.

  • Lockwood (cs)

    Thank yuo for choosing actual comment is required.

  • Someone (unregistered)

    Alex Papa, you are a real what the fuck. I sent you something different but you wouldn't publish it, and yet you will publish similar errors over and over again.

  • Anketam (cs)

    I am more curious at how someone has 165 GB of logs.

  • willywongi (unregistered)
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  • frits (cs) in reply to Someone
    Someone:
    Alex Papa, you are a real what the fuck. I sent you something different but you wouldn't publish it, and yet you will publish similar errors over and over again.
    Post it in the sidebar if you feel so strongly about it.
  • frits (cs)
    [image] So if any number divided by zero is undefined, and zero divided by any number is zero, and any number divide by itself is one, what is 0/0?
  • Harry S. (unregistered)

    "In the end," Mark wrote, "I just ended up spelling out 'thirteen'."

    Didn't he see? Answers must be three characters long - they just wanted the leading zero. ;-)

  • Anketam (cs) in reply to frits
    frits:
    So if any number divided by zero is undefined, and zero divided by any number is zero, and any number divide by itself is one, what is 0/0?
    Personally I say undefined since it is equal to everything. However, according to C# 0/0 = NaN (Yes C# does not throw a divide by 0 exception when it hits this) http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.double.nan(v=vs.71).aspx
  • abigo (unregistered)
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  • briverymouse (cs) in reply to frits
    frits:
    So if any number divided by zero is undefined, and zero divided by any number is zero, and any number divide by itself is one, what is 0/0?

    Look it up. It's indeterminate.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indeterminate_form

  • Nagesh (cs) in reply to Anketam
    Anketam:
    I am more curious at how someone has 165 GB of logs.

    Unmonitoring will cause this.

  • Nagesh (cs) in reply to Harry S.
    Harry S.:
    "In the end," Mark wrote, "I just ended up spelling out 'thirteen'." --- Didn't he see? Answers must be three characters long - they just wanted the leading zero. ;-)

    he not bright like you.

  • Jan (unregistered)

    I don't get it, the picture says "-1.999"°C

    -> C is Celsius, not Kelvin, so what's wrong about that?

  • whiskeylover (cs)

    TRWTF is posting Windows BSODs over and over again. That joke ceased to be funny after the 97892374th version.

  • Jellineck (unregistered) in reply to Jan
    Jan:
    I don't get it, the picture says "-1.999"°C

    -> C is Celsius, not Kelvin, so what's wrong about that?

    That translates to -1,999°C which is far below absolute zero.

    Yep. Just took the troll bait.

  • Crisw (unregistered) in reply to Nagesh
    Nagesh:
    Anketam:
    I am more curious at how someone has 165 GB of logs.

    Unmonitoring will cause this.

    Unmonitoring isn't even a word!

  • Poopy (unregistered) in reply to Jellineck
    Jellineck:
    Jan:
    I don't get it, the picture says "-1.999"°C

    -> C is Celsius, not Kelvin, so what's wrong about that?

    That translates to -1,999°C which is far below absolute zero.

    Yep. Just took the troll bait.

    I can't tell just by looking at the picture if it's a "." or "," or nothing at all; but how exactly does 1.999 translate to 1,999?

  • Poopy (unregistered) in reply to Crisw
    Crisw:

    Unmonitoring isn't even a word!

    It is now.

  • NaN (unregistered)

    "Actual Effort is required"

    Spiratest. Yes - lots of effort (with one of the most tedious default workflows known...)

  • FIA (unregistered) in reply to frits
    frits:
    So if any number divided by zero is undefined, and zero divided by any number is zero, and any number divide by itself is one, what is 0/0?

    OK

  • Watson (cs) in reply to Anketam
    Anketam:
    frits:
    So if any number divided by zero is undefined, and zero divided by any number is zero, and any number divide by itself is one, what is 0/0?
    Personally I say undefined since it is equal to everything. However, according to C# 0/0 = NaN (Yes C# does not throw a divide by 0 exception when it hits this) http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.double.nan(v=vs.71).aspx
    But that's for doubles, and 0 is an integer.
  • Rnd( (unregistered) in reply to Poopy

    Different mark-up some countries uses , for decimal separator and spaces for grouping...

    CAPTCHA: nobis just for being snob...

  • Matt (unregistered)

    Got a password with at least millions of possible combinations? Why not add a 'security' question with hundreds to get around that pesky security hole!

  • OctalGuy (unregistered) in reply to Harry S.

    Yes, but 013 == 11. Maybe 0xD would have been better.

  • OctalGuy (unregistered) in reply to OctalGuy
    OctalGuy:
    Harry S.:
    "In the end," Mark wrote, "I just ended up spelling out 'thirteen'." --- Didn't he see? Answers must be three characters long - they just wanted the leading zero. ;-)

    Yes, but 013 == 11. Maybe 0xD would have been better.

    TRWTF is me mixing up quote and reply

  • frits (cs) in reply to briverymouse
    briverymouse:
    frits:
    So if any number divided by zero is undefined, and zero divided by any number is zero, and any number divide by itself is one, what is 0/0?

    Look it up. It's indeterminate.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indeterminate_form

    I look it when you learn how to not be a dick. ...and when you learn how to make a hyperlink.

  • CarnivorousHippie (unregistered) in reply to frits

    #define FILE_NOT_FOUND 0/0

  • Jesse (unregistered) in reply to Poopy

    In less developed countries, people incorrectly use "." as a delimiter instead of properly using a ",". Sadly, we americans must yet again lead the world in proper grammar. So when he said translate, he meant from the "lower" countries usage to the correct one.

    There, how's that for trolling?

  • Jellineck (unregistered) in reply to Poopy
    Poopy:
    Jellineck:
    Jan:
    I don't get it, the picture says "-1.999"°C

    -> C is Celsius, not Kelvin, so what's wrong about that?

    That translates to -1,999°C which is far below absolute zero.

    Yep. Just took the troll bait.

    I can't tell just by looking at the picture if it's a "." or "," or nothing at all; but how exactly does 1.999 translate to 1,999?

    The German thousands separator is "."

  • cellocgw (cs) in reply to Harry S.

    TRWTF is anyone who actually answers the question asked. If the (in)security question is "At what age did you first fly an airplane?" you should answer "blink$2.%strud" or "whaddfugsanairplain?"

  • Synchronos (unregistered) in reply to Jan
    Jan:
    I don't get it, the picture says "-1.999"°C

    Quite clearly the picture shows "-19999°C". All the characters have shadows, so the period would show on top of the clouds. There is also no room for the period (the numbers are tabular-width characters, so the "1" has a bit more space around it; just compare with all the other number characters in the picture).

  • Nagesh (cs) in reply to Crisw
    Crisw:
    Nagesh:
    Anketam:
    I am more curious at how someone has 165 GB of logs.

    Unmonitoring will cause this.

    Unmonitoring isn't even a word!

    Hey, today I go to Urban Dictionary and I found there are many new words which get invent all the time.

    So don't act smart in online forum.

  • Nagesh (cs) in reply to Jesse
    Jesse (unimaginative troll):
    In less developed countries, people incorrectly use "." as a delimiter instead of properly using a ",". Sadly, we americans must yet again lead the world in proper grammar. So when he said translate, he meant from the "lower" countries usage to the correct one.

    There, how's that for trolling?

    That is completely lack of imagination in trolling. Get better or quit.

  • Jan (unregistered) in reply to Synchronos

    Okay, now I get what YOUR problem is with the picture!

    You think it says -1999°C. But it doesn't. The device is german, in Germany we use , instead of . (and vice versa).

    So in american terms it just says -1.999°C (slightly below the freezing point of water...)

    So the real WTF is posting pictures of "wrong" stuff, although you just don't get that other countries and cultures might use other conventions.

  • googlybear (unregistered) in reply to Jellineck
    Jellineck:
    Poopy:
    Jellineck:
    Jan:
    I don't get it, the picture says "-1.999"°C

    -> C is Celsius, not Kelvin, so what's wrong about that?

    That translates to -1,999°C which is far below absolute zero.

    Yep. Just took the troll bait.

    I can't tell just by looking at the picture if it's a "." or "," or nothing at all; but how exactly does 1.999 translate to 1,999?

    The German thousands separator is "."

    he did say less developed countries...

  • ContraCorners (cs) in reply to Someone
    Someone:
    Alex Papa, you are a real what the fuck. I sent you something different but you wouldn't publish it, and yet you will publish similar errors over and over again.
    Wow... Sucks to be you.
  • Kivi (cs) in reply to OctalGuy
    OctalGuy:
    TRWTF is me mixing up quote and reply
    Nope, it's a natural mistake. The buttons don't do a good job of specifying what they do. I don't actually understand why the non-quoting option even exists. TRWTF, as has been pointed out before, is the forum software.
  • Paul Neumann (unregistered)

    43,348,131 files each less than 4k (assuming cluster/node/segment/sector size depending on filesystem) will take 165.36GB of disk space. Apparently some of these files have 0b lengths.

    A reasonably active server will produce 165GB of logs a day quite easily.

    No real WTF here.

    ========= Update

    Just noticed the file count... Apparently someone thinks 2GB is an appropriate cluster/node/segment/sector size.

  • Anketam (cs) in reply to googlybear
    googlybear:
    Jellineck:
    Poopy:
    Jellineck:
    Jan:
    I don't get it, the picture says "-1.999"°C

    -> C is Celsius, not Kelvin, so what's wrong about that?

    That translates to -1,999°C which is far below absolute zero.

    Yep. Just took the troll bait.

    I can't tell just by looking at the picture if it's a "." or "," or nothing at all; but how exactly does 1.999 translate to 1,999?
    The German thousands separator is "."
    he did say less developed countries...
    As previously mentioned by Synchronos (unregistered), there is no . no , it is part of the cloud if it was a . then it would have a shadow on it and be noticable. Secondly there are FOUR 9s so 1,9999 would make no sense (or five 9s if this is Star Trek).

  • DGM (unregistered) in reply to Synchronos
    Synchronos:
    Jan:
    I don't get it, the picture says "-1.999"°C

    Quite clearly the picture shows "-19999°C". All the characters have shadows, so the period would show on top of the clouds. There is also no room for the period (the numbers are tabular-width characters, so the "1" has a bit more space around it; just compare with all the other number characters in the picture).

    I agree, I don't see where the argument over ',' vs '.' comes in, neither one of them is present in that picture.

  • briverymouse (cs) in reply to frits
    frits:
    briverymouse:
    frits:
    So if any number divided by zero is undefined, and zero divided by any number is zero, and any number divide by itself is one, what is 0/0?

    Look it up. It's indeterminate.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indeterminate_form

    I look it when you learn how to not be a dick. ...and when you learn how to make a hyperlink.

    Look it up. It's indeterminate.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indeterminate_form

  • Anketam (cs) in reply to Watson
    Watson:
    Anketam:
    frits:
    So if any number divided by zero is undefined, and zero divided by any number is zero, and any number divide by itself is one, what is 0/0?
    Personally I say undefined since it is equal to everything. However, according to C# 0/0 = NaN (Yes C# does not throw a divide by 0 exception when it hits this) http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.double.nan(v=vs.71).aspx
    But that's for doubles, and 0 is an integer.
    And if someone is storing the raw temperature values in integers that would be a WTF.
  • Ec the College Student (unregistered)

    Ah, good old "settings.watch.photo.create.label"... Takes me back to last summer's internship, when I was in charge of internationalizing all the text in the program. That meant, basically, swapping out "Label created photos" for "settings.watch.photo.create.label" - and then remembering to put "Label created photos" in the strings file, or "settings.watch.photo.create.label" would actually show up on the page, like Drake saw.

    (The idea was that some time in the future, we'd send the strings file out for translation so users speaking foreign languages would get them in their own language. That hadn't happened before I left, though.)

  • Jack (unregistered) in reply to DGM
    DGM:
    Synchronos:
    Jan:
    I don't get it, the picture says "-1.999"°C

    Quite clearly the picture shows "-19999°C". All the characters have shadows, so the period would show on top of the clouds. There is also no room for the period (the numbers are tabular-width characters, so the "1" has a bit more space around it; just compare with all the other number characters in the picture).

    I agree, I don't see where the argument over ',' vs '.' comes in, neither one of them is present in that picture.

    Right. Just look at the title of the article. The temperature should be read as "negative nineteen thousand nine hundred ninety nine degrees Celsius."

  • Rnd( (unregistered)

    Even if there was , or . the amount of decimals is ridiculous. -19.999 or -1.9999 What sort of thermometer they use to reach those levels?

  • F (unregistered) in reply to Anketam
    Anketam:
    googlybear:
    Jellineck:
    Poopy:
    Jellineck:
    Jan:
    I don't get it, the picture says "-1.999"°C

    -> C is Celsius, not Kelvin, so what's wrong about that?

    That translates to -1,999°C which is far below absolute zero.

    Yep. Just took the troll bait.

    I can't tell just by looking at the picture if it's a "." or "," or nothing at all; but how exactly does 1.999 translate to 1,999?
    The German thousands separator is "."
    he did say less developed countries...
    As previously mentioned by Synchronos (unregistered), there is no . no , it is part of the cloud if it was a . then it would have a shadow on it and be noticable. Secondly there are FOUR 9s so 1,9999 would make no sense (or five 9s if this is Star Trek).

    Oh dear no. The first apparent 9 is actually a huge and distorted comma.

    Simple, really.

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  • Carl T (unregistered)

    How can Mark's age be a dimensionless number? And why, then does it have to be an integer?

    As a physicist and occasional teacher, I would have failed him for not stating the units of that quantity.

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