Roger.Clarke at xamax.com.au
Wed Aug 13 21:18:41 AEST 2014
At 21:03 +1000 13/8/14, Kim Holburn wrote:
>Obligatory xkcd: http://xkcd.com/927/
Good (as ever), but not good enough ...
In this case, the 15th is a compounding exponential.
(Or should that be 'an exponential compound'?).
>On 2014/Aug/13, at 6:55 PM, Stephen Loosley wrote:
>> New programming language accommodates multiple languages in same program
>> Computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon University have designed a
>>way to safely use multiple programming languages within the same
>> Using multiple languages enables programmers to use the language
>>most appropriate for each function while guarding against code
>>injection attacks, one of the most severe security threats in Web
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