if it's s&w brand I hope they go back to selling the large cans of peeled whole tomatoes. I used to love making pasta/pizza/enchilada sauce using their 6lb can of whole tomatoes from costco for around $2.50 a can.(had a really nice tart and sweet taste) I haven't found a decent alternative since they stopped making those that isn't the San Marzano super sweet tomatoes and that don't cost an arm and a leg.
It's trivial for someone that is used to it to do with a calculator. Especially an expert. When I did a lot of cad/solid works I'd memorized the most common fractions anyway. About 68' is not "accurate" since the answer is closer to 63'.
How often are you really making characters? Single quote for unescaped string literals is used way more often in my world and it's a feature of ruby, base et al. and other languages. Character("X") isn't that bad for something used minimally.
I argue that even in the case of char, why so cheap now to reserve a type for char instead of using unicode? I get it, sometimes you have requirements where char type is cheaper to use, but on iPhone a few extra bytes won't kill.
It was only c like in brackets. This language is an amalgam of the good features of many languages really and it's not done adapting to where it should be. I agree that indentation from Python is a bad feature though.
I agree... the tests are pretty bad. They give you time allotted based on how many words there are which is a terrible metric of how hard a question is. The questions are not that hard but they are really bad because you get around 30 seconds to 1. parse the question 2. read all 4 answers when a lot of the answers are subtly different 3. figure out the best answer 4. answer it.