#2281 "Coronavirus Research"
"Also, reading 500 coronavirus papers in a row and not sleeping? Probably not great for you either, but I haven't found any studies confirming that yet. I'll keep looking."
Someone in #python (the IRC channel) just taught me that zip also unzips:
xy = zip(x, y)
x, y = zip(*xy)
(It breaks if xy is empty, so just check for that beforehand)
#2274 "Stargazing 3"
If we can destroy enough of the lights in our region, we may see more comets, but that's a risk we'll have to take.
Do you happen to know, by any ultra-rare chance, any implementation of this algorithm? "Graph Isomorphism in Quasipolynomial Time" https://arxiv.org/abs/1512.03547
I don't know why I have this obsession of trying to work on a problem until I intimately understand it.
I do this with math too. I don't really have to know the proofs of every result I use, but I can't help trying to at least wanting to know why something is true, even if it's just in broad strokes. I won't stop until I get it.
This ends up wasting a lot of time as I absorb details that aren't really important.
Finishing my degrees in Maths & CS at UB
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