I don't use chat often and it'd be nice to just open/close it when necessary.
Java tea is sometimes taken as "irrigation therapy." This means it is taken along with lots of fluids to increase urine flow.
It is also used for bladder and kidney disorders, including bacterial infections and kidney stones; liver and gallbladder problems, including gallstones; gout; and achy joints (rheumatism).
There isn't enough information available to know if Java tea is safe.
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Not enough is known about the use of java tea during pregnancy and breast-feeding. Fluid retention (edema): Don't use java tea as "irrigation therapy" when fluid retention is due to heart or kidney problems.
Sorry, Rustaceans -- you've got a plausible future in kernels and deep firmware, but too many strikes against you to beat Go over most of C's range.
No garbage collection, plus Rust is a harder transition from C because of the borrow checker, plus the standardized part of the API is still seriously incomplete (where's my select(2), again? The only consolation you get, if it is one, is that the C fans are screwed worse than you are.Also i think that they should add a I do like the idea of being able to hide specific players in your chat, so if someone is spamming or just plain annoying, even though players that spam tend to get warned, kicked, and eventually banned if they keep it up.Rather, I wish there was an option to hide chat entirely, instead of just certain people.Not so on projects with larger scale or multiple devs at varying skill levels (the case I normally deal with)...C is flawed, but it does have one immensely valuable property that C didn't keep -- if you can mentally model the hardware it's running on, you can easily see all the way down.At least Rust has a real prospect of dramatically lowering downstream defect rates relative to C anywhere it's not crowded out by Go; C doesn't have that.