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I hate Java.
bobs85252: people are nicer to me since i lost weight
JohnDoe38: Don't give up.
"now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds"
"i cant be expected to keep track of people and things , or places ive been"
Truthinker: can one have retard strength in the way of denial of reality?
WalterAnthos: Are we having issues coexisting at this juncture? You might consider utilizing standard conflict resolution strategies to deter this escalating conflict.
"I would like to extend my best wishes to all, even the haters and losers, on this special date, September 11th," Trump tweeted on Sept. 11, 2013.
chatonator i calculated how many bowls of fruity pebbles it would take to power the rockets in the space shuttle for 1 second
chatonator 22,806 bowls of fruity pebbles
jrde: also the best philosophy has a logical structure that leads us inexorably to mad conclusions
Farldos: time should be measured in moons more
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Tom Livanos in reply to Meowchiato:
Hahaha.. it couldn't be that bad could it? A few years ago, I dropped out of a computer science unit. Before hearing about it the teacher asked me if I had previously learned any Java. I said no. He replied "well you're about to!"... lol. I am in a different place now so no Java for me. Anyway, a missive sort of comment really.
Sliced Bread: But perhaps first best to give the skinny on what exactly is u-Bit (btw, I now call it Synthetic Bus Architecture or SBA). SBA breaks down the address and data words, sending each chunk on a separate machine cycle. This creates an environment for what can be called virtual processors as they can be seen as little iterating programs (I suppose recursive programs are possible as well) that produce the intended functionality of the CPU, GPU, micro-controller etc.
The advantages of SBA stem from the shorter connect lines as consequenced by fewer gates. Shorter connect lines result in lower power consumption and, thus, cooler devices. Shorter connect lines can also produce faster devices.