Why Is It That Some People Don't Say Hi Unless They First Say Hello?

Well I have trouble saying hello to people since I remember about myself. I have a bad habit of overthinking and when I see someone I know I start analysing when should I make eye contact, how long should it last, would I appear as too cold or too eager, I start to get really self conscious about my body language, then I start being anxious as they come closer and I start worrying about how my voice would sound, would it shake? And while Im overthinking the situation I miss the chance to say hello in the appropriate time and the person already walked me by. Now I already think that I'm really rude and that now they hate me. So next time when I see that person I start assuming that he doesn't even want to talk to me so I just think that I'm doing them a favour by ignoring them. I don't want to bring people moods down. All of this because of my anxiety and pure OCD which includes intrusive thoughts and is causing cognitive distortions in my mind, in other words I get this irrational false sense of reality. This escalated quickly. However I don't have a problem to say hello back, when they greet me first, I actually don't even wait for them to finish the word, I immediately say hi like I was waiting all my life to say it, lol. But this is just me, everyone has different reasons for acting this way

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What's the difference between string s new string("A") and string s "A"?

String s new String("A"); explicitly creates a new and referentially distinct instance of a String object.String s "A"; will reuse an instance from the string constant pool if one is available.---------------------String s1 "quora";String s2 "quora";System.

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println(s1 s2); / trues2 new String("quora");System.out.println(s1 s2); / falseSystem.out.println(s1.equals(s2)); / true----------------------In simpler words, when String s1 "quora"; is executed, a new memory box is created with value as "quora" and name as "s1". Now when String s2 "quora"; takes place, then the variable "s2" points to the memory reference of s1 whose value is "quora".

That is, if the value is same (as in this case, value is "quora") then JVM does not create a new memory reference. Instead it points to the already made reference and thus memory management is practiced. But now if you were to create String s3 "abcd"; Now the JVM will check the if any memory box is present in the String pool where "abcd" value is already present. If yes, it will point variable 's3' to this box otherwise it will create a new one.On the other hand, String s4 new String("quora"); will explicitly create a new memory reference in the memory.*Remember, the "new" keyword will always create something new in the heap memory.

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Are Chinese people racist against Indians?

Some very interesting answers and well done to the posters for some enlightening points of view. It depends - from my own point of view, most Chinese that I do know are not overtly racist to Indians or anyone else for that matter. Having said that, most Chinese that I do know are all (or were) living in Europe and the US at some point. However, against a background of India and China jostling for supremacy in Asia, past history of interactions and the current increasingly confident (possibly arrogant) attitudes of both countries - I think one can see some obvious touch-points.Racism and prejudice is a product of a number of interactions and activities: the level of education of the individual, the level of interaction and first-hand exposure to peoples of other ethnic groups, faiths and creeds; the general level of 'chatter' amongst your peers, personal history and socially acceptable behaviour. If your only interaction with people outside of your group is via YouTube or the media; you've had no personal experience or limited level of exposure and you're surrounded by people in the same circumstances. Then I would not be too surprised if this has an echo chamber effect where one singular experience or idea (right or wrong) gets amplified to the point where everyone just accepts the 'truth'. Having said that, some of the points of view below highlight in some cases an almost naive and infantile view of the world by some Chinese; which isn't in keeping with her desire to become a respected world power. I have seen (and heard) some shockingly racist behaviour from Chinese to Indians and vice versa.

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What are most Jamaicans mixed with?

What a weird question. Some 90 percent of Jamicans are of majority African (Sub-Saharan) descent. The vast majority of these individuals will not have any other discernible contribution to their racial make up and look purely Black. Among persons who consider themselves Black, there are those who may be aware of some White ancestry or those in whom it may be inferred from their less coarsely textured (i.

e. straighter ) hair and/or lighter complexion.Some persons, who by U.S. standards would be considered Black may have significant Indian admixture. A common case is the individual with one Indian parent and one Black parent. In Jamaican parlance, such persons are called half-Indians. Indian admixture may be less readily acknowledged when present in smaller, but still significant portions (such as one with an Indian grandparent, or great grandparent).About 3 to 5 percent of the Jamaican population are of majority Indian descent. There are few people who can claim to be purely Indian these days, unless they are recent migrants from India. The descendants of the original Indians-the indentured labourers -bear to varying degrees (for the most part) African admixtureWe have a few persons of majority Han Chinese heritage-perhaps less than 1% of the population. I dont include in this number recent Chinese immigrants who have not yet integrated into the population.

Finally excluding expatriates and recent (first generation) immigrants, there are a motely of people called white. Some of these persons are indeed descended from Europeans. Some are actually the descendants of Syrian and Lebanese persons who came to Jamaica in the late 19th to early 20th century.

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Was George Orwell racist against Chinese?

George Orwell wan't racist against Chinese. He was simply making an observation on black teas from China and India/Ceylon based on his own personal tastes. At the time, he may not have been aware that tea from India was made from Camellia assamica or a hybrid of Camellia assamica and Camellia sinensis - typically - these were large-leaf teas containing bolder flavors. On the other hand, Chinese black teas were mainly made from the smaller leaf Camellia sinensis - and had more delicate, sweeter flavors. This delicate, sweet flavor profile didn't stand up well to adding sugar and milk (much as was expected of English tea drinkers at the time) - and so was considered inferior (or at least lacking) to many English palattes. The same is still true today. In China, only Yunnan Dianhong, Guangdong Yingde black tea and Hainan black tea are all large-leaf tea varieties, and so have more bolder flavors typically characteristic of Indian and Ceylon black teas.

In short, fine Chinese black teas (having delicate, sweet and mellow flavors) didn't go well with European tastes who were accustomed to strong beverages like coffee, cacao, and tobacco smoking - as well as tea - all of which might be sold in the same establishment. Tea had to be as strong as any of the others and withstand the addition of milk and sugar without loss of flavor. To his taste, Chinese teas tasted "shoddy" - but actually were of quite high quality but they didn't meet his expectations of what a proper black tea should taste like.

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What would you do if you were indefinitely stuck back in time, during the cave man era?

Find my own cave and hide in it, probably. I would not be particularly interested in rushing out to meet my neighbors. I wouldn't trust them, and I doubt they would find me very interesting or useful, unless I had come very well-prepared with some amazing technology like pots and pans, metal axes, and so forth. Even then, I would expect they might be more interested in taking those items, and using them to cook and eat me. No thank you!Eventually, it is possible I might get myself into the position of a tribe shaman, after I learned a bit of their language and was able to show them some of my unusual skills, whatever those are. I could make musical instruments and play modern jazz. I have no idea how they would react to that. I could show them how to make paint and use it to decorate their caves to attract cave women. I could show them how to use seeds to grow things. Yipeee! I just invented agriculture! I imagine it wouldn't be too difficult to build a kiln, and teach them how to bake pottery and maybe even bricks! Then, I might be able to tame some animals. Maybe I could even teach them how to ride horses!There is one important thing I'm pretty sure I could do: Invent the wheel! I've been accused of reinventing the wheel, but back then, there would be nobody to tell me that. Ha!Meanwhile, remembering that my stay is indefinite, I would keep going to sleep, hoping against hope, that I would wake up and discover that it was all a very strange dream.

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How would you use binary code to print out the HelloWorld?

You don't program computers directly in binary.Why?When we say that computers only understand machine language (binary code) that does not mean computers understand 1 and 0.1 and 0 are mnemonic codes against two discrete voltages inside computer. 1 and 0 are just abstractions against those discrete voltages.Binary programming means providing direct current against those discrete voltages. This is what every button on the keyboard does. We can't see discrete voltages on screen. We're forced to use some mnemonic representation.Does it make a good choice to develop a binary editor where we can write just 1 and 0 and then assemble/compile them to generate discrete voltages? Not at all. When we're forced to use a mnemonic representation then why not use a more meaningful one? This lead to the creation of Assembly Language and hex editors were developed to write assembly code.Here is Assembly Language program:;"hello, world" in assembly language for Linux;;to build an executable:; nasm -f elf hello.asm; ld -s -o hello hello.osection .text; Export the entry point to the ELF linker or loader. The conventional; entry point is "_start". Use "ld -e foo" to override the default. global _startsection .datamsg db 'Hello, world!',0xa ;our dear stringlen equ $ - msg ;length of our dear stringsection .text; linker puts the entry point here:_start:; Write the string to stdout: mov edx,len ;message length mov ecx,msg ;message to write mov ebx,1 ;file descriptor (stdout) mov eax,4 ;system call number (sys_write) int 0x80 ;call kernel; Exit via the kernel: mov ebx,0 ;process' exit code mov eax,1 ;system call number (sys_exit) int 0x80 ;call kernel - this interrupt won't return Upon assembling, the code would convert to binary coded Hello World that you can execute to see Hello World on screen.

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