The first Pi model was released 8 years ago, I think you can stop waiting..I have a limited knowledge of programming, but am interested in buying a Rasberry Pi when it is released.
Yes, and almost any other programming language you can think of.Can anyone tell me if it's possible to program on the device in C++?
Yes its a good start to think of it that way.But aside from that it's a normal Mini PC essentially.
An IDE is not a programming language and many programmers on Linux work completely without an IDE.So will it simply be dependent on whether or not the IDE is supported.
Correct and there are a few IDEs to choose from.For example Visual Studio will not work on it, but an open-source cross-platform IDE like Code::Blocks may run on it?
copy/paste spammers are nothing new..... just another spam bot.Heater wrote: ↑Fri Feb 14, 2020 6:46 pmIn a recent post, far away in another thread, I was reprimanded for speculating that we are being inundated with posts by some kind experimental AI/deep learning/machine learning/SPAM bot.
The warnings to me are:
1) A new users fist post.
2) A really weird question. Posed in a weird way. Weird enough that it sort of, kind of sounds like a real newbie question from someone whose native language is not English. But makes no sense whichever way you look at it. Something does not ring true.
But as we see here, this is either a very dumb human or a bot.
There is another case here just now: viewtopic.php?f=91&t=265058#p1611617
Of course one does not want to alienate new users with their first posts and naive questions. Expressed in what is likely not their native language, But really, it is getting harder and harder to tell human from bot.
I would really like to know the true origin of many of these posts.
These bots are everywhere.just another spam bot.
These posts seem to be based on copying some of the oldest posts on the forums, often ones written before the raspberry pi was released to the public. The post makes a lot more sense in the context of a not-yet-released product than it does in the current context.
Not yet, still having trouble with the Neuralink downloads.I thought you was a bot
Not inattentive. We just don't have enough time to do a search on every post, we do get a lot in every day.plugwash wrote: ↑Sat Feb 15, 2020 1:24 amThese posts seem to be based on copying some of the oldest posts on the forums, often ones written before the raspberry pi was released to the public. The post makes a lot more sense in the context of a not-yet-released product than it does in the current context.
I presume the spammers are doing this to work around the new-poster checks, it's easy for an inattentive mod to let one of these through, and then the spammer can come along and post their actual spam later.
That person is not a bot, you can make out by the way in which they ask the question.