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I like to write code and solve problems. I'm not an expert yet, but I hope to be one, one day.


Nov
7
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
1
comment Is there a word for the action of lifting the mouse to go further?
@congusbongus Oh, definitely in games, but you should still, in my opinion, be able to move the cursor from one side of your monitor to the other without picking up the mouse. Continuously turning, or turning very quickly is why some PC gamers use trackball mice
Sep
30
answered Is there a word for the action of lifting the mouse to go further?
Sep
30
comment Is there a word for the action of lifting the mouse to go further?
Ugh. Whatever it is, it drives me nuts. I can't stand when people have their mouse sensitivity so low that you have to do this 10 times to get the cursor across the screen.
Sep
28
awarded  Yearling
Aug
27
comment Are commands complete sentences?
Why the downvote? Is something not clear or acceptable about my question?
Aug
27
asked Are commands complete sentences?
Jul
27
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
22
revised Is it Comic Book or Comics Book?
deleted 19 characters in body
Jul
22
answered Is it Comic Book or Comics Book?
May
22
awarded  Notable Question
May
6
revised What's the meaning of “contribution” and “contribute” in computer English?
block quotes
May
6
suggested suggested edit on What's the meaning of “contribution” and “contribute” in computer English?
Mar
27
comment Why 007 said “You weren't using it”?
@FumbleFingers just curious - why close it instead of migrating?
Mar
26
answered Why 007 said “You weren't using it”?
Feb
27
comment Does English have words to describe the lowest rank member of society?
@SamWhited - tylerharms was talking to Jim Thio (commenter), not Jez (answerer). Jim Thio posted 2 suggestions that were misspellings of "proletariat."
Feb
22
awarded  Excavator
Feb
22
revised Is 'Safari' really an English word, and what are its origins?
title grammar
Feb
22
suggested suggested edit on Is 'Safari' really an English word, and what are its origins?
Feb
18
comment What is the origin of the idiom “have been had”?
Another similar phrase is "to get" someone like when you say "ahh you got me" after a joke or prank, which would be translated to "you had me" or "I've been had"