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Neoweb4u|I went to /r/programmerhumor and defined this weeks high programming memes so now you can begin laughing on the jokes your laptop science buddies …

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  1. 255.255.255.0 is a subnet mask, "MASK" you get it? lol

  2. let me help you guys😃,…
    127.0.0.1 >>>> this is the first IP address of network 127.0.0.0 (CLASS A network)
    255.255.255.0 >>>> this is a subnet mask and this divide the network into 256 small networks (the length of the mask is equal to Network ID + Subnet ID)
    TRY THIS >>> open terminal/cmd and type " ipconfig " you will find your IP and Subnet mask

    To understand these concepts thoroughly you have to learn classful IP addresses and subnetting…

  3. this can be LWAY for programmer lol

  4. I died at declaring variables im html, When I first tried editing css stylesheets I spent an hour trying to declare a variable before I looked it up and realized it wasn't possible.

  5. Tshirt meaning
    " Stay at local host and wear a mask"

    Means stay at home wear a mask

    Stay safe stay happy 😁

  6. You had me at the first meme 😂

  7. My trick for "declaring" variables in the HTML, is to use a hidden div with a given ID, and then using Javascript to put some text inside the hidden div, which I can read from when I want to. Only for non sensitive data of course, as sensitive data should be kept server side.

  8. 5:05: 255.255.255.0, remember 255 is one byte of just 1's. So 11111111 So 255.255.255.0 is 11111111.11111111.11111111.00000000, It just tells you the range of addresses that are allowed within a given subnet. Any 1 acts as a mask that covers up an IP address, and a 0, is like an open slot. If you have for example a ip address with 192.168.0.10, and a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0, that means you have all 1's covering up the first 3 parts and nothing covering up the last part, so you can have a range of ips from 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.0.255 for that. If you had a subnet mask of 255.255.255.128, that would mean you have a 11111111.11111111.11111111.10000000 covering it up, so you could only have a range from 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.0.127 as the last part could only go up to 01111111, which is 127 as the first bit of the last byte of the mask has a 1 in it, so you can only have a 0 in the first bit in the last byte of the range of IP addresses.

    A short form for this that shows an IP address together with it's mask is like this 192.168.0.10/24, this means the first 24 bits of the mask is 1's and the rest are 0's. Or 192.168.0.10/25, that's a mask with 25 1's at the start, and 7 0's left.

    The largest address in a range allowed is the broadcast.

    Also there is the wildcard, which is the binary inversion of the mask. Which makes sense, because that's the part of an ip address that is allowed to change in a given subnet with a given subnet mask, since those are the 0's in the subnet mask.

    Of course these examples are for IPv4, (4 byte network addresses). IPv6 apparently has some differences: https://docs.netgate.com/pfsense/en/latest/network/ipv6/subnets.html

  9. Someone finds out I'm an IT: Aren't you an IT graduate?
    Me: Yes, I am.
    Someone: Can you fix my phone? It's broken.
    Me: I… We don't fix phones.
    Someone: And you call yourself an IT.
    Sometimes, some of them will ask me to fix their appliances like the refrigerator, TV, radio, etc.

  10. The T-Shirt with network addresses is technically a networking joke and not a programming joke. 127.0.0.1 is the IPv4 loopback interface which always resolves tp the local machine and 255.255.255.0 is a subnet mask, often called a netmask or just mask (and would be used for a network address, not a device address)

  11. The ide one is so relatable and everytime it gives me anxiety idk why

  12. Rip C programmers should have had classes

  13. 5:00 Stay at home and wear a mask covid-19 mesures

  14. That if/ else meme lmaoo

  15. Last one: use a script tag and JavaScript's var declaration statement.

  16. me: laughs in 6 months programming exp

  17. best video of yours btw

  18. Look at his hair its to short and he wears a glass , yes his a true programmer 😂😂😂😂😂😂

  19. Stay at local host wear a subnet mask

  20. The only reason I clicked on this video, was to get the "Stay at home, wear a mask" joke explained, because I have no idea about networking either.
    And then you just skipped the joke :'DDD
    Bruh

  21. 1:15 To be honest I think that the guy is actually referring to studying others' code. When a code base is really huge and fragmented (for example, linux), it can get quite hard for newcomers to know where to start in the source code and where things are

  22. Wait, there's more people that feel like an imposter?! Thought it was just me!

  23. @1:18 and i still don't know what a fudge is going on 😂😂

  24. To understand recursion, one must first understand recursion

  25. The lactone was the best in my opinion 😂💀

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