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#26 steve6375

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Posted 13 March 2015 - 11:37 AM

I just wished to thank Steve6375 for having contributed yet another time to the everlasting confusion between disk drive (physicaldrive or disk) and drive volume (or logicaldrive, i.e the thing to which a drive letter is assigned) with the new twist of introducing the further confusion between file copies and sector copies :w00t: (i.e. completely-unlike-clone vs. clone), and the new unit of "bit" which in the strictly technical use as in "plus a bit" surely will have a future :frusty:.

 

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Sorry if I confused you, the English use 'bit' to mean 'a small amount of something' - example: 'He replied with a bit of sarcasm'.  :whistling:



#27 Anfinuo

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Posted 13 March 2015 - 12:33 PM

Did some of you killed\took a pet\project\SO\whatever, from someone other, because my "Hostile-o-meter" keeps spiking ?

#28 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 13 March 2015 - 01:02 PM

Did some of you killed\took a pet\project\SO\whatever, from someone other, because my "Hostile-o-meter" keeps spiking ?

Naah, we are all just kidding. :)

 

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In my day ;), it took all of 8 bits to make a byte of sarcasm..., way to go!

 

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