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Jul
28
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Mar
23
comment What is an elegant way to refer to a figure displaying an algorithm?
+1 for listings. LaTeX uses the term listings for it's code embedding package and embedded code.
Mar
22
comment Word describing 'not content with small achievement, but working hard to achieve higher level'
A person who has these mental qualities is typically said to be a person with drive or alternatively a person with ambition or an ambitious person. Though they are not directly related to this specific mental quality, it is often implied by the aforementioned adjectives.
Mar
22
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Mar
22
comment Is this sentence correct - “what an ephemeral rendezvous we had”?
@StJohnoftheCross maybe "fleeting" would be a better substitute?
Mar
22
answered What is an elegant way to refer to a figure displaying an algorithm?
Mar
9
comment Why is “not as … as” preferred to “not cheaper than”?
When dealing with such intricacies in statements, one might find the knowledge and concepts of Formal logic very useful. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First-order_logic
Mar
9
comment Article usage on word 'default' when the context is known
I've personally heard it being used very often, but somehow it always logically seemed wrong. I'm not an expert on the subject though. I hope someone who is can clear this up.
Mar
9
comment Article usage on word 'default' when the context is known
I think "Is this a default behaviour" should be incorrect, because there is only one default and hence necessitates a The.
Mar
9
comment One word for the act of being born?
Could you add some more context? "defining an entity in a computer program" ? Like defining a new variable, a new data structure or a new thread?
Mar
9
answered What's the meaning of “guest spot” in “We have a guest spot on the Tonight Show”?
Mar
9
comment One word for the act of being born?
I think OP is asking for "The act of being born", parturition is the act of giving birth. Same as birthed actually.
Mar
8
comment hands on training
No problem, Happy to help!
Mar
8
revised Is a whole cake still a “piece”
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Mar
8
answered Is a whole cake still a “piece”
Mar
8
comment Word for person prying on my personal stuffs
The question is closed, so I can't answer. There are a lot of words mentioned here, but I didn't see pry or prying. Just adding that to the list. The expression would be "The neighbour's prying eyes".
Mar
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answered hands on training
Jul
29
comment Verb for blowing up zombies
@NikolaAnusev Strange, I've always used it in context of killing with a HG Grenade (CS). But I guess it could be different in different places.
Jul
28
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