OK. So, Iâ€™m craving for pizza. Well, itâ€™s actually Yellow Cab Iâ€™m looking for if youâ€™re really interested in sending me some. LOL
I’ve done a lot of updates including WordPress and some plugins. It seems Dustin Diaz updated CSS Naked Day’s date as well!
OK. So, I’m craving for pizza. Well, it’s actually Yellow Cab I’m looking for if you’re really interested in sending me some. LOL
Anyhow, I’ve managed to update my WordPress installation from 2.2.2 to 2.5 yesterday evening, fixed a little about the tag cloud in my templates that will now use the system native to WordPress, fixed some tags whose display contained spaces and/or hyphens, and updated some plugins I am using.
I was actually watching the CSS Naked Day website around that time along with the UST Online Grades page. Unfortunately, they both weren’t updated even if I try to reload them pages once in about every 5 to 10 minutes. 😛 So, I just slept.
I really thought there would be no CSS Naked Day this year. Made me sad, really. Dustin’s blog was updated March 9 when I last checked it before today. However, a good morning dawned upon me when I woke up. Someone commented on my plugin page asking me to update it, telling me Dustin moved the CSS Naked Day to the 9th. So, there, I updated it already!
I have just one problem though. My site coughs up HTTP header errors whenever I try to respond to comments on my blog entries. The comments get posted still, but the errors are still annoying. Is there anyone else out there producing similar errors after updating to WordPress 2.5? Tell me please, and maybe how to eliminate it as well. Thank you!
- ^ I’m always craving actually. OMG! I have to go on a diet. LOL
MS Excel has a certain multiplication bug reproduced by doing multiplication that would result to 65,535 (
=850*77.1 on yours.
I’ve just read this news from /. about Microsoft Excel 2007.
I haven’t tried this myself , but I’ve just asked my classmate who has OEM Vista with Office 2007 to try it on his notebook. He confirms , MS Excel has a certain multiplication bug.
The bug could be reproduced by doing multiplication that would result to 65,535 (
=850*77.1 on yours. Excel 2007 would have displayed the result to be 100,000. According to one reply:
Suppose the formula is in
100001, which appears to show the formula is in fact 100000 and a very Serious problem.
And if you multiply be [sic] say, 2 you get something else:
131070, as if A1 had 65535. (which it should have been)
=A1*1 Keeps it at
=A1/1 is still
=A1/2 retuns [sic]
A very serious problem indeed.
There were many speculations about the cause of the bug, but it usually points to the 16-bit to 32-bit internal data conversion since 65,535 is the cap of 16-bit integers. However, some points out to testers and programmers that are just not doing their jobs correctly.
Consider waiting for an update from Microsoft before installing or upgrading unless you don’t mind valuable data and computations be fscked up 100,000 times more. Downgrade to MSO 2003 or switch to the free OpenOffice.org Calc for the meantime or forever.