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# Usage:
# echo "GET REKT" | ruby pinouchonizer.rb
letters = DATA.read.split("\n\n")
puts(
STDIN.read.chars.map do |c|
letters[c.ord - 65]
end.join("\n\n").gsub('x', ':pinouchon:').gsub(' ', ' ')
)
View javascript_objects_references.md

Looping with map:

players = [new Player('foo'), new Player('bar'), new Player('baz')];

var i = 42;
players.map(function (p) {

    p_ref = p;
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Will humans be reduced to manual labor, as that's the only role that makes economic sense?
No, robots will be better than humans at manual labor, too.
:)
http://www.reddit.com/r/Futurology/comments/y9lm0/i_am_luke_muehlhauser_ceo_of_the_singularity/
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That said, though, MI is no picnic; mixins seem to be a better solution, but nobody has solved the problem perfectly yet. But I'll still take Java over C++, even without MI, because I know that no matter how good my intentions are, I will at some point be surrounded by people who don't know how to code, and they will do far less damage with Java than with C++.

For the most part, Ruby took Perl's string processing and Unix integration as-is, meaning the syntax is identical, and so right there, before anything else happens, you already have the Best of Perl. And that's a great start, especially if you don't take the Rest of Perl.

https://sites.google.com/site/steveyegge2/tour-de-babel


Every week I get approached by someone with a “game changing” idea. All they need is someone to execute it. “Hey, I’ve heard you are good at IT stuff, let’s start up!”. Well, no.