6 posts • joined Wednesday 31st October 2012 11:10 GMT
Re: Sounds good
or you just used a smart pointer... not done c++ for a decade maybe that's out of vogue.
nah , now you have managers that can write a "hello world" program in 20 minutes so they are sure it'll only take you an hour to write and test all that code they want.
Re: It shouldn't be too hard
There are many places that will do simple GAZ lookups, getting a long, lat for an address or town is really childs play.
You don't need to copy it, just check if yours are way out, if they are, then you can get the correct one however you want. It should cost a few thousand not millions to check the locations of all the towns..
I'm not sure people would have said "oh no can't pay with paypal I'll not buy it ever".. more likely they just bought it later when paypal was working...
"The problem isn't universal, though if reboots are intermittent and rare users may not be reporting them - unless it interrupts something one is doing then a reboot isn't very disruptive."
Or say, you have a sim passcode, and then you just have no calls until you next look at the phone. Then it is a big deal.
it's not about IF accidents happen but A) how you try to prevent them, and B) how you handle it after the event....
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