It looks like this:
I can tell when it's missing.
Really annoying follow-up:
Is `xy!` equivalent to `(x*y)!` or `x*(y!)` ?
Kleiner Tipp für einen quasi serverfreien Jitsi-Ersatz:
Einfach alle teilnehmenden in Chrome oder Firefox die URL https://obs.ninja/?room=<hoppla> öffnen. Nur wichtig, dass alle das gleiche <hoppla> verwenden.
Kein Login, kein Account. Die Browser schicken sich Audio und Video direkt, dadurch super niedrige Latenz.
Für mehr Sicherheit alle hinten an die URL noch &password anhängen und dann natürlich das gleiche eintippen.
Tom Lehrer has released his songs and lyrics into the public domain.
What a nice thing to do.
mathstodon.xys is now running Mastodon v3.2.1.
New features described at https://blog.joinmastodon.org/2020/08/mastodon-3.2/. Looks like a lot of little things
A postscript library is called a prologue- in that it’s just some boilerplate that you stick at the begining of every one of your postscript programs to setup the dsl you will be using for your real document. For example, jpeg support was added to postscript by adding a base64 and jpeg decoder function to the prologue of every postscript file with jpegs in it. Postscript fonts are nothing more than elements of a prologue. unicode support comes from prologues, not native features.
Maybe it's time to update my #introductions pinned toot...
Hey there! I'm a #maths MSc student at University of Helsinki, Finland. I'm specializing in #stochastics, doing quite a bit of analysis alongside. I also sometimes blog about fun maths in Finnish, at www.nollakohta.fi.
I've been a hobbyist programmer for like 2/3 of my life, presently interested in #compilers. In addition to computer languages, you can reach me in Finnish, English, Swedish and French.
A problem of mine appears in the most recent Mathematical Gazette:
"Two unit squares are drawn in the plane with their edges parallel to the coordinate axes and their centres chosen randomly and independently in the region \(-1 \le x,y \le 1\). Determine the expected value for the area of their intersection."
!!!!! https://setwithfriends.com/ lets you change the colours !!!
There are tears in my colourblind eyes
In the list of consecutive positive base-ten integers: 1, 2, 3, the 1111111111st occurrence of 1 is the first 1 in 1111111111.
Discovered by Hans Havermann - https://gladhoboexpress.blogspot.com/2020/10/proportionality.html
Mathematician, koala fan, mathstodon.xyz admin,
⅓ of https://aperiodical.com. He/him
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