Saturday, September 29, 2007

Persistent Pine

Lake O'Hara, Yoho National Park, B.C., Canada.

August 2007. Photo by Darren DeRidder.

Mount Huber

Lake O'Hara and the Huber-Victoria Massif, Yoho National Park, B.C., Canada.

August 2007. Photo by Darren DeRidder.

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Reflection

Lake Oesa, Yoho National Park, B.C., Canada.

August 2007. Photo by Darren DeRidder.

South Ridge

Mt. Victora, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.

August 2007. Photo by Darren DeRidder.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Verdant Green

Forest Moss, Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Canada.

August 2007. Photo by Darren DeRidder.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Alpine Air

Lake O'Hara and the peaks of Opabin in morning mist, Yoho National Park, BC, Canada.

August 2007. Photo by Darren DeRidder.

Sunday, September 23, 2007

Refuge

Abbot Pass, Alberta-BC border, Yoho National Park, Canada.

August 2007. Photo by Darren DeRidder.

Saturday, September 22, 2007

Hidden Gem

Lake MacArthur and Mount Hungabee, Yoho National Park, Canada.

August 2007. Photo by Darren DeRidder.

Friday, September 21, 2007

Mountain Pass

The Death Trap, Abbot Pass on the Continental Divide, BC and Alberta, Canada.

August 2007. Photo by Darren DeRidder.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Comment Switches

What are comment switches and how to use them? To comment and uncomment certain blocks of code repeatedly, I use what I call a "comment switch", allowing me to switch a block of code on or off with a single character. It looks like this:
//*
printf("I am active!\n");
// */
/*
printf("I am commented out!\n");
// */

Switch between two code blocks with a single character:
//*
printf ("I am active!\n");
/*/
printf ("I am commented out!\n");
// */
/*
printf("Now I am commented out!\n");
/*/
printf("And I am active!\n");
// */
Addendum:
I recently found a forum posting where a similar comment switch was proposed:
/*
comment
/* */

//*
uncomment
/* */

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Net Worth

You can find out how much your blog is worth.


My blog is worth $0.00. Wow. That's how much I paid for it.

Speaking of net worth... BYC is talking about installing finger docks. That sounded great, until I found out how they planned to pay for them. They plan to charge every member $5000. Welcome to the club. One would think the avenues of fund raisers, sponsorships, donations and volunteerism ought to be explored. I feel that maintenance and improvements to club property should be done within a budget laid out in BYC's operating plan, but I haven't yet put my two cents in to the Commodore or manager.

Oh, wait... according to Technorati, I haven't got two cents.

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