Petruza

Argentina

19h
awarded Yearling
Aug
18
accepted I added my username to /etc/sudoers but using sudo still asks for password
Aug
15
comment I added my username to /etc/sudoers but using sudo still asks for password
Thanks, I can see this is a security threat, but there's actually no sensible information of which security I should care about.
Aug
14
asked I added my username to /etc/sudoers but using sudo still asks for password
Aug
12
comment Changing text applied when duplicating file in Finder
I opened it with Xcode 5, N4 and ^0 copy are definitely not here. mdfind doesn't actually find those strings in English.lproj/ either.
Aug
12
comment Changing text applied when duplicating file in Finder
@GeorgeGarside TextWrangler, it correctly opens it as a text file, I can see all the strings there, but not these. Oh, I see it's kind of a binary file, but TextWrangler correctly opens it as a XML plist file.
Aug
12
comment Changing text applied when duplicating file in Finder
I have Mountain Lion, I opened /System/Library/CoreServices/Finder.app/ Contents/Resources/English.lproj/Localizable.strings but it doesn't have either N4 nor ^0 copy, where could it be? (I do use the OS in English)
Aug
5
asked Class Config conflict in XAMPP xamppfiles/lib/php/config.php
Aug
2
awarded Notable Question
Jul
31
awarded Nice Question
Jul
24
comment Why does the assignment operator assign to the left-hand side?
You're right, it's only logical for a left to right writing system as the roman alphabet, which I guess is used by almost every programming language, if not all.
Jul
22
awarded Popular Question
Jul
21
awarded Nice Answer
Jul
20
asked Toggle mirroring from secondary display prior to Mavericks dual menubar?
Jul
18
awarded Yearling
Jul
18
awarded Yearling
Jul
17
awarded Famous Question
Jul
16
awarded Good Question
Jul
4
comment Why would a C executable be smaller when compared to C++ executable
Actually streams are not a C++ language feature as many believe, they're just template classes with the bitshifting operators << and >> overloaded.
Jul
4
comment Why would a C executable be smaller when compared to C++ executable
It's not "the same hello world program", they are two different programs. You should compile the C program with a C++ compiler and see what happens. People tend to assume that for a program to be in C++ it has to use streams and not printf.
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