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rhade (709207) writes "After an exhaustive search of all file managers I could find readily available on the internets, I cannot find one that I am truly happy with, so what is left to do other than write my own.
But with all the options available to me, what do you think is the best language to write a cross platform (Win *nix OsX) file manager with the required fine grain control of numerous filesystems?" top
rhade (709207) writes "I know this isnt along the conditions of 'stuph that matters' i'm just curious what the community thinks.
A cube is described as a 6 sided 3 dimensional objects where all sides are the same(length) now this works well in paper, but could an object actually be created? You could make one with a degree of accuracy, metres to the closest centimetre, centimetre to the closes millimiter, and so on.
This would follow on all the way down to the atomic scale, could you make a cube that is x atoms by x atoms by x atoms? But even then as they move around the shape would not be static.