Greetings, englishmen

#69
so its a russian board with /int/ and without flags?

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#70
plus the retarded anime meme from 2000s in its very name

yeah... its garbage
#72
>>70
Octocat is anime?
#73
>>72
No, 'Nyan' is an anime. Try to find it in AniDB.
#75
>>73
0nyan its relative imageboard to 0chan (russian 0chan.hk). "nyan" like "chan", now you understand, retard?
#83
>>69
>without flags
Why do you need Tor exit nodes' flags?
#87
>>69
What flag do u need? --help?
#88
>>87
Always called this things 'arguments', because they're belongs to the argument vector ( argv[] ).
Did I miscalled them?
#89
They are command line arguments, but ones that simply need to be present (like --help, but not a filename of something like -b 100) are often called flags.
#90
Flags are boolean parameters, there can be only two states of flag — present and absent. Several flags can be combined into single integer as it's bits.
#91
>>90
If they are bits then I can build a whole new computer with them? :3
#92
>>88
Technically, its array, not vector.
>>89
This one is right.
#93
>>92
>Technically, its array, not vector.
Vector itself is sort of an array IIRC. Main difference is that vector can store non-fixed amount of elements.
And string is an array of characters.
#95
>>93
Nope! Array is just sequence of elements, while vector is container, that stores elements, it's own size, and other data.
#98
In C there are no vectors, but sometimes people call arrays vectors.
#99
>>98
typedef struct { element *e; uint8_t size; char *data; } vector;

there you gou, now you've got vectors in C