[quote user="Ben L."]Did you look at the next line? It clobbers that value with a real crypto random source.[/quote]
No it doesn't. It adds some random numbers after it, but it's still reduced entropy by using a Unix timestamp as a random value.
[quote user="Ben L."]What's the gaping security hole (on (nearly) each line) of, for example, this file?[/quote]
37 t := uint32(c.config.time().Unix())
38 hello.random = byte(t >> 24)
39 hello.random = byte(t >> 16)
40 hello.random = byte(t >> 8)
41 hello.random = ...
[quote user="paperwing"]They are a piece of memory with type and value and whatnot. They're variables that can be printed or otherwise reported to the user (or the caller code).[/quote]
You mean like Exceptions?
[quote user="paperwing"]you are not forced to handle the error in an error-handling-only codepath (in ...
[quote user="joe.edwards"]Wait, is this a thing that happens?[/quote]
[quote user="Ben L."]Here, let me rewrite your horrible code in valid Go syntax:[/quote]
Yep, rewriting ugly pseudocode into Go produces ugly Go code.
Did you have a point here somewhere?
[quote user="twilsonxpert"]Yep, that's how they're actually defined. I'm going to go weep in a corner now.
Of all Go's nutty shittiness, this one actually left me speechless. Good job Go, you broke me.
[quote user="Ben L."]Quite right. Here's a video I just made from REAL Google Chrome, complete with horrible gif compression:
That's the Network tab, which actually behaves somewhat sanely by shrinking the timeline column (which is still a WTF; what if you want the timeline column to be the same size?).
Try doing it ...
[quote user="blakeyrat"]No! Wrong![/quote]
As evidenced by the timeline psuedo-column in the Network section, they almost got it right once.
Then they remembered they work for Google and had to fill their Terrible User Experience quota for the day.
[quote user="derari"]But then you might as well argue that MS Office has no real testers, because the people employed for testing also use the software for other tasks.[/quote]
Only if the testers are stupid enough to use testing builds of the software for their generic office work.
Let's be honest here, the only people that ...
You're assuming the only reason people respond to trolls is out of anger and not something like boredom or just to see how hilariously insane the troll's statements can become.