New to programming here.
I installed Python to my machine to start programming.
If I build a program and someone tries to run it on their computer, do they also need python installed?
Or is that what compiling is for?
But to answer your question, yes that's what compiling is for. You write a source code, which a compiler takes and turns into something your computer can read and execute.
Python is not a compiled language. You need an interpreter, and that interpreter is Python, which needs to be installed. You can bundle it with your applications if you want.
Don't use interpreted languages to make anything serious, they're slow and inefficient.
Department of Justice likely to block Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger
Thank you, based Obama.
Merge or not, it still doesn't really solve any of the core issues plaguing the market right now, considering the fact that we are still left with two monopolies.
But everybody is just gonna keep parroting "THE FREE MARKET WILL FIX IT" because everybody doesn't want their friend to think they suck cock and are a liberal.
See you guys in Canada or something.
Why aren't you using a netbook?
>implying, for even a SECOND, that netbooks are dead
Windows Vista is the most beautifully designed and practical OS there ever was. It is nigh impossible to provide evidence to the contrary. Yet, I invite you to submit your thoughts on this subject.
Windows, OS X, iOS and Android all moved to interfaces with minimal noise, focusing on efficiency in visual communication.
It's what the people who don't know design call "flat design". It's actually a trend all visual media follows towards visual efficiency over time. That's already the norm on magazine publications, for example. It's now starting on digital interfaces as well.
From a purely gaming perspective, do you think it will be worth it to upgrade to Windows 10 from Win7?
Does anyone regret buying a big phone?
Pretty much anything with a 4.5+" screen seems to be hard to use with a single hand.
So does everyone just use them with both hands?
this is smart
smartphones are slavery
hahha, I could afford 200 iphones and burberry scarfs
only insecure people need status symbols
you can, but you need to install cyanogen mod and block all apps except whatsapp on mobile data, background services will use your mobile data otherwise.
5 days battery life?
make you not read the news and work efficient
I know mine isn't that nice but no one made a new thread in a couple of hours.
How do you protect your home network from idiotic siblings/parents, gee?
You can't really. If it's in the house, they are going to fuck with it. Putting it behind padlocks won't help either, it will make them nosy.
The best thing you can do is tell them what it is, and to leave it alone since you need it for [unrelated activity here].
Little sister was a shit when it came to mine, but I told her that I needed it to make sure satellites could help lost dogs find their owners and she left it alone.
She even calls dogfinder.
What image viewer do you use /g/? I used Irfanview for a long time but, not it hates images with Japanese characters for wahtever fucking reason.
I'm using fragment image viewer right now but, I'm having thumbnail issues so I'm looking for something else.
25 years of progress.
>my vagina when he doesn't use a macbook and iphone
I am looking for a 500GB SSD.
no power loss protection in general
840 evo: enjoy your slow speeds after a month
850 evo: Firmware update brick, >buying samsung tlc after what happened with the 840 evo
850 pro: pricey as hell
power loss protection of mx models, but shit crucial warranty and dodgy company
King of features, but pricey and >jews
Why is it so hard to find a decent ssd /g/?
If electronics is easy like lego then why aren't more people interested in building their own hardware with self designed pcbs and cheap off the shelf components like they do in China?
Probably because it's really hard to manufacture these, and China's manufacturing capability is a fair distance away.
Hell, even if you're dealing with China's manufacturing capabilities, you have to make a product that gets produced a few hundred times, and sell that.
They won't make you your device one time for cheap. The price is only reasonable with hundreds to thousands.
Tl;dr: Components often cheap, assembly of components into a modern device difficult - it's not easy.
1. You probably want to head over to >>>/diy if you want to discuss this seriously. This is /g/ - Consumer Electronics and Battlestations
2. For most applications, a ready-made part/device is already available. More often than not, designing your own shit takes a long time (plus you'll have to iron out the inevitable bugs) as well as a certain level of skill and experience (which again takes time to build) and will yield a less refined result than if you just bought something off the shelf.
In short, >>47571263 has it right.
>example is in pseudo-code
>please enter your e-mail address to download
>we'll never spam you, but we will add you to our mailing list
>question on support forum
>only response is "why would you want to do that?"