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Everyday portion of smart questions on facebook python group

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  • 3
    I’d like to see the comment of that
  • 1
    @2lazy2debug unfortunately it was only Yeah and guy replied then with question how... :/
  • 19
    I mean, you can buuuuuut
  • 0
    @rotten991 ew. I hoped for something more epic
  • 6
    @2lazy2debug you should join every worldwide groups for pentesters(especially), programmers etc, nice reading on morning toilet, shit escapes easier!
  • 1
    @rotten991 i really should but I already have my dose of cringe just being in cringe company page ahah
  • 2
    If you like that already make sure to take a look at a site called Hackforums. Most gringiest things I've ever seen in my life. At some point it's even more sad than funny.
  • 1
    @8BitOverdose its the place about ewhoring programming and depression ?
  • 6
    @rotten991 Yes! "programming" btw. The most advanced code you'll find on there is a "Hello World" tutorial in Python.

    Plus all those kids asking for a free app to press a button and hack their best friend's facebook. Not sure in what category one would place them.

    I swear, all those people on there are either extremely stupid, or they're just trolling on a next level god-like mode that is way too advanced for me to understand.

    You're 100% right with the ewhoring and depression part.
  • 6
    Well... If you are dedicated, you can. As you can make an os with c / ASM, and you can use c / ASM libs in python, and you can compile python. So... Ya. You can.
  • 2
    Technically YES
  • 4
    chuck norris made a mobile os with html
  • 4
    Why do people always censor names like 2 year olds?
    Just strike it completely or leave it visible 🤔
  • 3
    @Meta but i am 2 yrs old dood
  • 1
    Just because you can, doesn't mean you should...
  • 0
    @rotten991 next reply: carefully...
  • 3
    It's actually impossible.

    Direct access to hardware required for an operating system can't be done purely in python.

    When writing a kernel in a modern language (not some kind of forgotten algol/ada dialect), you're pretty much limited to architecture dependent Assembly, C and Rust. With some trickery, you could include C++ and Swift to the list, if you include small modules written in a lower level language.

    Now, a desktop environment could easily be written in a higher level language. Linux Mint's Cinnamon is largely Python and Javascript for example, but that's just a thin sauce layer on top of the OS.
  • 0
    I once made a mobile app with Python...
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