The only way I can see a trade be relatively easy to conduct - WITHOUT a currency or single agreed on trade item - is when large markets conduct trade and exchange many goods and services in one batch. This could be for example a "trade caravan" that carries many goods (or skilled workers offering ...
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That is horrendous. You are saying that both x and 1k are bigger than 2k, while both 2k and x are bigger than 1k. Don't do that.
The formatting you are looking for is:
1k < x < 2k
or more likely:
1k <= x < 2k
as you're talking about a four-digit number starting with a 1.
Absolutely not true. I'm on a forum that uses IPB and exclusively BBcode, no WYSIWYG editor.
Some forums have a button that allow you to switch between the two.
BBcode always beats WYSIWYG, though.
The problem I noticed immediately on opening the new forums:
Up to some point yes. But with, for example, java you run into the capabilities of the virtual machine in the more perf hungry regimes where you are limited by the characteristics of the oracle made code and not your own. Of course, you run into that border faster when your own code is bad. What I'...
For the most part, the performance will be based on your code, not on the language, especially with modern compilers changing a few things behind the scenes for more efficient compiled code. I use C# because it's the one that most fits the way I work things through in my head, and lets me prototype ...
Voice-to-text, text compresses to about 1byte per word in english. Then text-to-voice on the other side. Allows voice and text communication. Text does not compress to one byte per word in English. That would imply there are only 256 words in the English language. And what you have now is a method ...
Audio requires quite a bit more bandwidth than numbers.JanB1 wrote:Bandwidth limitations. Simple as that.
No, but it can increase people's playtime of the game, making them more likely to purchase DLC or recommend the game to others.Talvieno wrote:Honestly, I find it hard to imagine someone buying a game because, "It has achievements. I want it!"
I don't care either way about Achievements, but I'd like to note one thing I did deliberately because of the Achievements: Sonic 3 on the Xbox 360 has, like all XBLA games released at that time, 12 Achievements. Four of them are given for completing Hydrocity Zone (the second level), Marble Garden Z...
I suggest you look at the other two capital letters for your answer.JanB1 wrote:Was that letter twister intended?JoshParnell wrote:(...) PoshJostTallofWext™ (...)
What Dino said. The first picture shows the two combinations of primary colours (red/green/blue for additive, cyan/magenta/yellow for subtractive). Red/yellow/blue is neither additive nor subtractive; if you were to combine those three colours of light, you'd get a light red rather than white; and i...