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raresh985 commented on a post in r/FIFA17UT
raresh985 • 1 point •

Idk man my friend has the same problem and on the EA forums some guy said it unlocked for him after 30-40 matches but my friend's is still locked after 90 so I suggest you talk to an EA advisor about your problem

sul01 • 1 point •

Did he play the game or back out straight away

raresh985 • 1 point •

He did play it

raresh985 commented on a post in r/Romania
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raresh985 • 5 points •

The most professional and impartial website you can use to keep in touch is digi24.ro. I don't think protests will become violent, although they may impede traffic and make getting around harder, so you can still come, but if you want to visit Victory Square in Bucharest or the other one in Brasov I suggest you steer clear as they are bound to be filled with people. Have fun visiting Romania though! It's really a shame you can't experience it fully.

raresh985 commented on a post in r/Romania
tody78899 • -19 points •

eu consider ca ordonantele de urgenta sunt ok atata timp cat in justitie se fac condamnari la comanda si DNa nu joaca cinstit plus ca ordonanta are ca obiect infractiuni administrative nu cu un pericol social ridicat . PSD ul e singurul partid care a avut curajul sa se opuna unui sistem care a afectat justitia si aici ma refer la DNA SRI si alti. plus ca daca oamenii nu doreau PSD ul nu trebuiau sa voteze PSD -UL . PSD e un partid cunoscut, vechi te puteai astepta la masura aceasta

raresh985 • 2 points •

Ai mai postat odata acelasi mesaj de cretin partizan, si iti mai dau odata acelasi raspuns: esti un mare bou! Pune mana si informeaza-te!

tody78899 • -11 points •

eu consider ca ordonantele de urgenta sunt ok atata timp cat in justitie se fac condamnari la comanda si DNa nu joaca cinstit plus ca ordonanta are ca obiect infractiuni administrative nu cu un pericol social ridicat . PSD ul e singurul partid care a avut curajul sa se opuna unui sistem care a afectat justitia si aici ma refer la DNA SRI si alti. plus ca daca oamenii nu doreau PSD ul nu trebuiau sa voteze PSD -UL . PSD e un partid cunoscut, vechi te puteai astepta la masura aceasta

raresh985 • 3 points •

Brainwash level: speechless

jbone9877 • 43 points •

Fm transmitter. Play something via aux cable over fm channels on a car stereo or any other fm radio. All the rage pre Bluetooth.

Plug in the cable, tune to matching radio station and you hear what the device is playing

raresh985 • 1 point •

So it s some kind of ancestor to the car modulator?

raresh985 commented on a post in r/learnprogramming
raresh985 • 1 point •

IMHO, if you want to become a great programmer, you should know a bit about each programming paradigm as they offer new perspectives upon the same problem, some of which you might not have thought of before. As someone suggested, try Haskell, or Scheme/Racket (the latter is faster to learn). Functional and/or logical programming might shift your views on certain problems you have never thought of solving otherwise. I had the almost same problem as you and I was becoming bored and felt it was just not the same and then I picked up Racket and today I spent around 8 or 9 hours in front of my pc like a total nerd, realizing I could not make some basic recursions work for the life of me. Otherwise said, think outside the box!

raresh985 commented on a post in r/learnprogramming
raresh985 • 2 points •

I don't think there is a specific name for that, because it should not be implemented like that. The SomeObject class ought to have a setter method for the publicNameField I.e.

class SomeObject {

   private String publicNameField;

    /* ... */

   public void setPublicNameField(String name) {

      publicNameField = name;

   }

}

And in main :

hasAName.setPublicNameField("Bob");

raresh985 commented on a post in r/learnjava
raresh985 • 1 point •

Ok, so first things first: What you knew, that a variable and an object are the same thing IS true but it is ambiguos in Java because Object is a reserved "datatype". Although, you could think of a variable as something, an object, an instance, an entity, there are lots of synonyms but you do not need to be confused, I've been in your position before so I will try to explain as plainly as possible. So, in a programming language we are working with variables(objects, instances etc. There are certain differences between them but since you are just starting no one will kill you for interchanging these terms as the terminology is not so restrictive) Each variable has : a name, a data type and a value a very general variable declaration would look something along the lines of this:

DataType myVariableName = new DataType();

You can think of the constructor as an "initialisation" of your variable. It is the same as writing( for integer, of course)

int x = 0;

When you write this, the compiler knows to set certain bytes in the memory to the value zero. However when you create a new data type(a class/struct), the compiler(or here, JVM) does not always know what to do. That is why, there are two types of constructors in Java( the nil(null, empty) constructor and the one with parameters). IIRC both of them are optional, but let's take an example Let's say you have a class named Dog So something like:

public class Dog {
    private String name;
    private String breed;
    private int age;

    public Dog() {
    }

    public Dog( String name, String breed, int age) {
        this.name = name;
        this.breed = breed;
        this.age = age;
    }
}

So the first constructor is the nil one, which can be left empty. This is not wrong, as it will initialise every value in your class to the default value for their datatype( 0 for int, "" for String etc.) However sometimes you want the basic default value to be another one, for example in a class called Employee you would want the salary to be initialised with say 4000 rather than 0. So the nil constructor is called this way because it has no parameters and no code in it. If it had code, it wd be called empty constructor. As I said earlier, you can call both either nil or empty since no one will actually notice . It's a very light error. Back to the constructor thing, if you look at the second constructor I have written, it takes three parameters and initialises each field in the class correspondingly. I am not sure about this, but I think in C++ you can write like:

int x = new int(3); 

and this will create a new integer with the value 3. Of course it is equivalent to int x = 3; but I used the constructor to show you that for predefined data types the language/JVM/compiler knows how to assign values to them and basically knows what has to be done, whereas when you create your own types, it can't read your mind and guess how you want it to be initialised so you have to tell it how to do this and you do that in a constructor. Back to the object problem, first of all you need to understand the difference between class and instance. A class is a formal definition, a data type( along the lines of int, long), and an instance of the class/object is a specific entity of the class type, like 3 would be for int or 5.2 for float. In Java, you could be fooled by the Object class, which tries to be an implementation of the supreme absolute class, which is a sort of a god of all datatypes, at the same time an int, a String, a float, a dog, a cat etc. so it is the most general class in the language. It's name has nothing to do with the instance/object - class relation I described earlier, it's just a simple name, though I have to admit it fooled me a few times and I was confused for a while untill I fully understood what was going on under the Java hood. I hope I was helpful. If you need any further help or have any more questions feel free to PM me. Have a nice day !

P.S. Sorry for the poor formatting, I'm writing from my humble phone. Also, sorry about potential spelling mistakes or ambigous ideas, English is not my native language and although I have a pretty solid knowledge of it I sometimes drift away

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