AStupidNoob

Melbourne, Australia

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comment Reset object rotation back to 0 degrees
Tip for Googlers: No need to type matrix(1,0,0,1,0,0): just clear the stuff in the value box out and press set to achieve the same thing.
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comment "Thanks, but no thanks" OR "No, thanks". Isn't 'thanks' in the former redundant?
Yeah, I see your point. I guess what I meant was that "Thanks, but no" sounds a bit firm to me. But I really don't get that feeling of sarcasm from "Thanks, but no thanks", but yeah you're totally right, it depends entirely on tone of voice. I've just never heard it said that way before. (Thanks, that makes me feel a bit better. I really hate the down-vote system on SE, it really puts me off from replying to other questions)
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comment "Thanks, but no thanks" OR "No, thanks". Isn't 'thanks' in the former redundant?
Really? I think "Thanks, but no" sounds sarcastic. And I'm also a native speaker of English (Australian).
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answered "Thanks, but no thanks" OR "No, thanks". Isn't 'thanks' in the former redundant?
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comment iptables - UDP Packets from unknown IP addresses
Hi again! Thanks for your time with this, by the way! Actually, I'm aware about system calls. I've even used that one before (but only at a veery basic level)! What I don't understand is how it works on the network. My understanding was that binding to the port just let the OS know that your process is using that port for something. How does this let the router know to send incoming UDP packets on that port just to my rpi. I think it has to do with NAT. For TCP I understand, because the router knows about connections and do things it can't with UDP. Sorry if my understanding is way off!
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