
Blimey. What's your internet connection, two baked bean tins and a length of string? Took me a little over an hour to update.
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The actual download was less than 10 minutes  the other hour and half was the install...
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It got to the "Applying ASP.NET and Web Tools" and then just went really slow...





Oooh. That's bad  it just ran smoothly at this end. Is there anything in your event viewer that would indicate why?
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Lots of exciting errors  the ones that seem most likely are:
Quote: Product: Microsoft ASP.NET and Web Tools 2015.1 (Beta8)  Visual Studio 2015  Error 1714. The older version of Microsoft ASP.NET and Web Tools 2015.1 (Beta8)  Visual Studio 2015 cannot be removed. Contact your technical support group. System Error 1612.
and
.NET Runtime Optimization Service (clr_optimization_v4.0.30319_32)  Failed to compile C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 14.0\Common7\IDE\PrivateAssemblies\CSharpInteractive.rsp because of the following error: is not a valid Win32 application. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x800700C1).
Seems my Visual Studio 2015 SDK install is spikey





I think it may be time to upgrade your 386. Maybe to even a Pentium.
There are only 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who don't.





Or at least press the "Turbo" button.
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x = y.
Then x2 = xy.
Subtract the same thing from both sides:
x2  y2 = xy  y2.
Dividing by (xy), obtain
x + y = y.
Since x = y, we see that
2 y = y.
Thus 2 = 1, since we started with y nonzero.
Subtracting 1 from both sides,
1 = 0.
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Stop dividing by zero (xy=0)...
(yesnomaybe)*
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Why are you dividing by (xy) when you started with x=y?
You have just been Sharapova'd.





Dominic Burford wrote: x2  y2 = xy  y2.
Dividing by (xy), obtain
x + y = y.
Wrong... aint it?
x2 y2 / (xy) => x+y
xy y2 / (xy) => y+y
xy / xy => 1*1/11 => (actually how could you divide this when there is a minus...)
y2 / xy => y/x1 => (actually how could you devide this when there is a minus...)
But i guess thats bullshit 2 because it "should"? be x2/xy  y2/xy which ruins everything
Okay screw everything... you are wrong, thats all i can say
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HobbyProggy wrote: xy y2 / (xy) => y+y Nope.
xyy2 = y(xy)
You have just been Sharapova'd.





Ah yeah i started to correct it because i know its not correct you have to divide every part of that equation that leads to funny result
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if(!string.IsNullOrEmpty(this.signature))
ftfy





Thank god signature is not an object you first have to convert .ToString() right?
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A high school teacher showed this to me some 10+ years back (feeling old now).
All I can say is no.





The only thing i can agree with is that 1 != 3/3 (at least not exactly) because 1/3 is 0,333... and multiplied with 3 it is just 0,99999.... which is technically 1 but not 100%
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Quote: 0,99999.... which is technically 1 but not 100% Uh?





Whats the matter ?
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By definition, not by maths
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By maths. There's no difference.





Allright, tell that the next flightcomputer that breakes down because he multiplied 0,333 and didn't get to 1
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You know, float are not real numbers.
(likewise Computer Science is not Mathematics)



