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Anyone who's ever experienced the creatures knows it's much more like:
money = girls * time ;
This is even more so if it is a girls array (especially for those who keep paying their ex's).
One such model:
money = 0;
money += girl[i]*time;
Note that there's no particular limiting clause. It just goes on. Sooner or later you find yourself out-of-bounds
Others formulate the loop by initializing the money with their value and decrementing it in the loop. Another alternative is the
But - since much like honey-due aphids getting ant's to carry them from plant to plant and protect them from predators, they have something we like that's worth the expense . . . . certainly at the time.
They make money from girls by the equation is slightly different (see emphasis).
money = girls * timeS;
For guys who joyfully embrace their mating instinct, attracting mates is, like in so many species, an endeavor requiring impressing the female: pretty feathers and shiny objects, for example, tendered male birds to get their mates consent.
Or - as you would know better than I, going back to your pimp inquiry - you could give up trying and just buy it outright.
Computer software is broken, what's new? Mandatory XKCD[^]
It's stories like this that sometimes make me ashamed to be in software development.
The field as a whole produces buttloads of crap software while being one of the best earning sectors in the world
Whether the simulation is correct or not, a lot of people HAVE died (and are dying)
The schools in the Netherlands were closed, not because of some simulation (in fact, the government believed it to be unnecessary), but because the/some people demanded it.
I don't think countries followed the output of a single application, but were winging it and mostly copying each other because we're in a crisis the (modern) world has never seen before.
Well yes, but quite possibly a software-enhanced crisis.
As a Brit, I ashamed that this software is British. See also the new NHS tracking app and its various deficiencies in terms of method, openness to data poisoning, legality, lack of privacy, and probably actual effectiveness (or lack thereof).
Responding to your earlier reply which was removed
Where do you get your numbers? According to this site: Coronavirus Disease 2019 vs. the Flu | Johns Hopkins Medicine[^]:
In the U.S, 73,431 people have died of COVID-19, as of May 7, 2020.
In the U.S., from Oct. 1, 2019 – Apr. 4, 2020, the CDC estimates that 24,000 to 62,000 people died from the flu. (The CDC does not know the exact number because the flu is not a reportable disease in most parts of the U.S.)
So that's more deaths from COVID-19 than from the flu in considerable less time.
And if nothing is done those numbers will rise even higher.
A lot of healthy people die from COVID-19 too and if there is no more room in hospitals even more people will die (that's the whole idea behind "flatten the curve").
I'm not sure if we're doing good or not, but I sure as hell am happy I don't have to make those calls.
It's choosing between the lesser of evils and we'll only know how evil our current choice was in a year or so.
I do know that just pretending nothing's going on isn't a solution and will result in many deaths, many sick leaves and ultimately, another recession, although probably not as big as the one we have now.
We'll never know what would've happened if we'd chosen differently.
Maybe COVID-19 would've stopped by itself, maybe it wouldn't and many more would've died.
I do know that the economic recession is going to take a few more lives in COVID-19's stead.
The world is going to be fine, but the millions of individuals who are hit by COVID-19 or its consequences may not be.