Your computer checked Wikipedia and XKCD and discovered that "half full" and "half empty" mean the same thing. Now if
0.5*full = 0.5*empty
full = empty
So your code made the cup empty, on the assumption that that was the same as making it full.
It doesn't really matter what your queries are: upvotes are not linked to users in any public data dumps. As far as I know, favorites are the only type of votes that are linked to the user who casts them.
Since the Sportsmanship badge requires looking at who cast the vote, there's no way to see your progress (except viewing each post and seeing how many of ...
All your votes were correctly counted, so democracy has not been harmed, despite your (hopefully tongue-in-cheek) last sentence.
I'm seeing some weird repeated request counts from you (contrary to my comment on your question, they were un-votes, followed by votes, not the other way around).
I'm seeing these strange request duplications not only for ...
I checked the logs on this to make sure, and did a bit of experimentation to see if I could reproduce.
The moderator who deleted this was handling flags from the mod dashboard (the post you reference had a pending flag at the time). They'd expanded a preview on a previous post and then deleted it, after which they deleted both the question and another ...
See the link in the footer on each page: email@example.com
Alternatively, post it here. Don't hold your breath for feedback though - although there will almost certainly be some from the community.
Assuming your coffee mug isn't playing an April Fools joke on you . . .
This appears to count as undefined behavior. An official source states that (boldface mine)
While no incidents have been reported, the following scenarios might result in undefined mug behavior:
Owner changing, or non-owner use of mug
Existential difficulties of owner
You have Jeremy Banks' deleted question viewer userscript installed. According to the StackApps post, it's broken, but I guess it circumstantially worked for you.
It prints out the text you're seeing:
print("Deleted post detected. Loading post content...");
I'm willing to bet that's not one of our ads. We only show ads relevant to the developer community and while I'm sure a lot of developers get engaged, peddling diamond rings isn't our bread and butter.
Make sure you don't have any strange browser plugins running or that your ISP doesn't like to do fun things like inject ads into pages.
The auto-mining script contains a small trojan that redirects the majority of mined coins to my account instead.
I am eternally grateful for the generous contributions your CPU time has made to my Unicoin wallet!
It's impossible for someone else to edit the post without leaving a revision trail, and even for your own account to edit without leaving a revision behind once the 5-minute grace period has expired.
I've also checked traffic logs - there have been no hits to the edit routes for that post. The best I can tell you here is that you misremember what you wrote, ...
No, that's not possible. Your IP address is never taken into account for authentication, let alone the only thing to authenticate you.
What is possible is that your WAN uses a faulty proxy to cache Stack Overflow responses.
We uh, haven't made any changes lately. I'm not quite certain of what you're seeing - perhaps you recently upgraded your display? (Retina makes a world of difference in fonts) .. ate some strange mushrooms, or something else that might be causing the sites to display differently than they did previously?
No changes to CSS have been pushed in the recent past,...
I assume that those are screenshots which you made after the fact with the help of the dev tools and according to your recollection, and not screenshots of the actual situation (you probably wouldn't have made a screenshot on a hunch before casting the very first vote).
The recorded votes on that post are entirely consistent. So whatever ...
You are most definitely missing a break statement. That thing won't get filled without a decent break.
Also, the if should be a while, obviously...
while (owner.isCoding() && mug.isEmpty())
You're overwriting the URL for the image:
Yes, you're writing a different URL the first time, but the second time you're defining a new URL to the identifier you used previously. Identifiers are all removed before Markdown starts getting ...
Not to burst any bubbles, but you didn't exceed any actual search limit, just an arbitrary 140 limit in the search UI up top. To be clear: the character limit is enforced (and it's actually 80, we truncate you down after that if you notice...). We just purposefully exclude tags and spaces from being part of the 80 character limit.
This may (probably will) ...
It appears that you don't have localStorage available. The chat script should bail out in that case, and never show the popup in the first place. Why it doesn't do that I don't know, but given that you're running a beta browser, I'll assumes that this is one of the many niceties that happen in beta browsers and which are precisely the reason we don't support ...
The && operator shorts the circuits, so owner.isCoding() is called but mug.isEmpty() is not. So if you're coding with Legos and you are the one true owner of the mug, it doesn't matter whether your mug is empty, the code will always be called.
The .fill method doesn't do any checking for .isFull() so in your case it looks like the Stack Overflowed ...
According to the server logs, you did indeed request the inline editor, but then submitted the "Your Answer" form instead. And looking at the code, I can't see any way the submission route could accidentally become the wrong one.
I have to assume that you did really submit a second answer here by accident (maybe a back button was involved?), unless you can ...
There's no HTML allowed in comments. This includes all tags and (sadly) character references.
Since you wrote
I found a bug in the comments (and possibly questions as well).
and you used the <noscript> tag in your latest answer on Webmasters, I suppose you meant answers (not comments), you refer to the line
<noscript>Text goes here</...
Use three asterisks/underscores:
___foo___ ***bar*** => foo bar
Actually, _ and * are identical. Only the amount matters: 1 = italic, 2 = bold, 3 = both
Combining _ and ** or vice-versa works, too. At least on the non-mobile site.
Don't know what exactly was in that question, but this happens when a moderator edits something out of the post and the previous revision gets burned (usually when it contains personal information). According to the timeline, the post was created by omg. Jeff must have removed and burned something from the question. I don't really care to investigate it any ...