6 points submitted 4 days agoI honestly wonder why achievements continuously RuneScape 2007 gold do this despite it being an issue for over 2 years now. Assigning Runescore is just an effect of the same achievements being awarded multiple times, which is the issue I referring to.Is it because the code around achievements is poorly made?Is it because of some legacy issue?If so, why did the old achievements not have this issue?Why does it keep coming up despite Jagex claiming to have fixed it?They been on this for what, 2 years now? And by the sounds of it, they still haven figured out what they even want to do with it because no one can agree on anything.Everyone thinks they know what should be on the cape, and what shouldn sit here and argue BS about how the cape should be “everything” but I can 100% bet you that if you throw T6 Wildstalker hood on it (along with punishments for boosting things like that and Duellist cap) you would get a hell of a lot of complaints from everyone who doesn like PvP .
Since reaching the end of a non void function without returning is undefined behaviour, and therefore definitely won happen (yeah right) the compiler realises that the code after the loop must be unreachable, and that can only happen if the loop is infinite, so it doesn need to actually do the i check, and you get an infinite loop.
Plus, all that “transit oriented development” (which BTW is called “sprawl” by rail transit advocates when it goes up along a new road) will create traffic those who live and work there will have vehicles. Not to mention deliveries and services. All on an inadequate road network that no one plans to expand.
Final Four Guide: Best Places To View The CityThe NCAA Final Four tournament is upon us, and what better way to prove you made the trip north to Minneapolis than to snap a shot of the city one of a kind skyline? Take a look at the list below for the best places to get a view of the city.
I didn’t agree with Leslie most of the time, but she had a good blog. I doubt she or Stacey are holding grudges or losing sleep over the comments they received, sorry.Brian, I know you’re a real tough guy!Billie, If something happens in the near future post it here. This thread will probably be up for awhile.
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