Different tasks call for different conventions. At least, that’s the excuse some people use for switching between 0-based and 1-based array indexes. That still doesn’t explain why Phillip’s co-worker did this.
Scene: Skylar at a table outside a café with a laptop, Allison arriving.
- Hey Skylar. Any luck? - I really need to check my e-mail. I mean, my parents could've tried to contact me from New York. - Well, have you tried typing a straight IP address? - A what ?
Allison is typing in IE's address bar: 827.750.304.001 IE is still displaying the famous page 'The page cannot be displayed' - It's weird - What ? - Well, the Internet was built by the military. It's supposed to survive nuclear war.
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