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At the end of the day I just want to love and be loved. That's hard enough, what's the point of imposing any further limits?

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I just downvoted your comment.
What does this mean?

The amount of karma (points) on your comment and Reddit account has decreased by one.
Why did you do this?

There are several reasons I may deem a comment to be unworthy of positive or neutral karma. These include, but are not limited to:

Rudeness towards other Redditors,
Spreading incorrect information,
Sarcasm not correctly flagged with a /s.

Am I banned from the Reddit?

No - not yet. But you should refrain from making comments like this in the future. Otherwise I will be forced to issue an additional downvote, which may put your commenting and posting privileges in jeopardy.
I don't believe my comment deserved a downvote. Can you un-downvote it?

Sure, mistakes happen. But only in exceedingly rare circumstances will I undo a downvote. If you would like to issue an appeal, shoot me a private message explaining what I got wrong. I tend to respond to Reddit PMs within several minutes. Do note, however, that over 99.9% of downvote appeals are rejected, and yours is likely no exception.
How can I prevent this from happening in the future?

Accept the downvote and move on. But learn from this mistake: your behavior will not be tolerated on I will continue to issue downvotes until you improve your conduct. Remember: Reddit is privilege, not a right.

considering how many of my mistakes ocaml labels as type errors come from getting operator precedence/associativity wrong i guess i should memorise this chart sometime

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i like ocaml so far but the compiler's error messages could see some improvement

tfw can't remember if I sent someone a follow request and they rejected it or if I never sent one :blobcatsweats:

Well done, a true hero.

p.s. she wrote a book about her efforts.

A ship engine failed and no one could fix it, so they brought in a guy with 40 years experience.

He inspected the engine very carefully, from top to bottom.

After looking things over, the guy reached into his bag and pulled out a small hammer. He gently tapped something.

Instantly, the engine burst back to life.

The engine was fixed!

7 days later the owners got his bill for $10,000.

“What?!” the owners said. “You hardly did anything. Send us an itemized bill.”

The reply simply said:

Tapping with a hammer: $2
Knowing where to tap: $9,998

i found that the best way to learn a programming language for me is “here's a bunch of problems, solve them using your existing knowledge, and afterwards i'll show you a new feature you could have used”

oh right i guess my overly sophisticated sleepsort implementation in rust is part of world heritage now

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