bea

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bea wrote

So then what would you call me? [...] A male who has no interest in the gender of their partner and only romantically invested (And sometimes physically) based on what goes on on their head, rather than what pronoun they hold?

Panromantic asexual? Maybe panromantic demisexual if by "and sometimes physically" you mean sexual attraction to the people you are already romantically attracted to. ( you don't need to state your preferences on your partner's intelligence )

Of course I can't really know what your sexual and romantic orientation is but from the description you gave it sounds like that.

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bea wrote (edited )

A few times a month. Mostly when I need to do something and I'm near my dad's laptop or when I want to play games on my desktop (I still haven't got around to installing GNU/Linux onto it, since it gets used only for gaming and is useless for most other stuff)

Edit: I misread the question, sorry.

I only have to use Windows when helping friends and relatives with computers but this happens only a few times a year.

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bea wrote (edited )

Well... I spent the whole night learning basics of Lisp just for this.

I don't regret it though, it's a suprisingly nice language. Probably not for me to use, but I like it as a concept.

(defun my_nth (n list)
  (unless (and (typep n 'integer) (>= n 0))
    (error "~a is not a non-negative integer" n))
  (unless (typep list 'list)
    (error "~a is not a list" n))
  (let ((i 0))
    (loop for item in list do
      (if (= i n)
        (return item)
        (incf i)))))

I actually don't know i how fast it is since I have no idea how to measure time/speed in Common Lisp so you'll have to do that.

Btw, your function didn't work for me. If I put in a list as the second argument it complains on (> n list) that the list isn't a number and If it's a number lower than n it complains on (cdr nl) that it's not a list :)

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bea wrote

If you want to create a forum here on Raddle (or other sites running Postmill) do it here.

If you want to setup your own instance then asking in /f/Postmill or Postmill dev channel on Matrix (#postmill:matrix.org) might be a better idea. Though you shoud probably read this first and then ask about specific things you have trouble with or don't understand.