Define BAD code.
There's a little annoyance that plays me lately. As a fond user of the FreeBSD operating system it strikes me that most "sourceforge" (to give it a name) applications lack a sence of portability and stability.
"Bad" is a binary term. It doesn't take much effort to see that software is complex and has a variety of attributes so merely giving it a "thumbs up" or "thumbs down" is a pointless exercise.
Murkin (from Murka)
Just me (Sir to you)
One _bit_ of color, I guess...
And people wonder why there is such a huge communications gap between 'normal' people and programmers. This exchange (one "pixel" of specified colour vs one "bit" for colour) should be posted on our walls.
The Georgia font has big periods, making that a two-by-two pixel picture, even with IE scaled to small text.
Duh, he's not black. Are you new? Obviously the room was dark and the flash didn't go off.
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