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I just realized a "hash" symbol is slanted to the right (#) and a "sharp" symbol is slanted to the left (♯) ...14
Apparently replying to your bosses "current project status" email in memes is frowned upon... #themoreyouknow1
Hey guys, some of you might know this but for those who do not, there is an april fools HTTP error code which is 418, it's description is 'I\'m a teapot' #TheMoreYouKnow
(felt the need to escape sorry not sorry)4
So I just got an insight from my PW session in SQLplus. I finally understood why the fridge did the SQL console under Oracle return the error:
ORA-00911: invalid character
on a line that seemed perfectly correct, but it's as if it spawned you an invalid character, just because.
But in fact, when I enter a character unintentionally like ç, then I remove it, it's as if the text prompt makes it look like it got removed, but there's still the cedilla, or at least its character code roaming around in the line I'm writing, and thus resulting in an error.
I'm not even salty now, that got me curious, and I think it's better like this, even if I'll require a bit of research on that thing later on.4
Been using Linux since 99' and only just now discovered chown --reference can be used with . so you can fix janky folders in a jiffy.