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My name is Roy. I am sometimes better known on the internet as froystig.

My main interests include mathematics, music, computer science, and other comma-delimited values.

Here is my personal website.

Here are my contributions to Wikipedia.

Here is a great line I found on Wikipedia:

Id est, i.e., "that is", is commonly abbreviated "i.e."



boxes! boxes! boxes!
en This user is a native speaker of English.
‏משתמש זה דובר עברית כשפת אם.‏
fr-2 Cet utilisateur peut contribuer avec un niveau intermédiaire en français.
Java This user can program in Java.
js This user can program in JavaScript.
Python-logo-notext.svg This user can program in Python.
Perl This user is just another Perl hacker.
cpp This user is a C++ programmer.
C This user can program in C.
asm This user can program in assembly language.
php This user can program in PHP.
Lambda lc.svg This user can program in Scheme.
they This user frequently uses singular they as it is a handy gender-neutral pronoun.
A, B, and
A and B
This user uses the serial comma unless its inclusion is confusing.
amn't This user considers amn't a perfectly logical alternative to aren’t in the first person singular.
.  The This user puts two spaces after a period.
This user is a mathematician.
Q This user is a rationalist.
Johann Sebastian Bach.jpg This user enjoys Johann Sebastian Bach's music.
Treble clef.svg This user plays his or her music in the treble clef.
Guitar 1.jpg This user plays classical guitar
This user is The Walrus
ChessSet.jpg This user enjoys chess.
Erdős infinity This user has an Erdős number of infinity
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This editor is a WikiGnome.
SophieAndersonTakethefairfaceofWoman.jpg This user is a WikiFairy.
World citizen badge.svg This user is a Citizen of the World (Terra, ).
Hanlon's Razor This user never attributes to malice that which is best explained by stupidity.
Dome 1.jpg This user believes in the separation of church and state. ReligionSymbolAbr.PNG
G This user's favorite color is green.
Mozilla Firefox logo 2013.svg This user contributes using Mozilla Firefox.
Unbalanced scales.svg This alleged user can be said to maintain a policy or other custom of neutrality or other ambiguity-related quality on some or all issues that may be potentially controversial to some alleged people.
HumanismSymbol.PNG This user is a Humanist.
Dispersion prism.jpg This user knows that there is no dark side of the moon really— matter of fact it's all dark.
The Fabs.JPG This user loves The Beatles.
H20 This user drinks water.
Red line train.jpg This user would use public transit if it was available in his area.
?met? This user prefers metric units and cannot figure out why Americans have such a hard time with them.
Linux This user contributes using Ubuntu.
Pigeonhole.jpg This user exploits the pigeonhole principle.
Travel problem.svg This user knows how to travel 1 mile due south, due east, then due north and end up where they started. [1]
Sport S (red).gif This user attends or attended Stanford University.
Rutherford atom.svg This user has a keen interest in physics.
Soccerball.jpg This user enjoys football.
Racquetball ball.svg This user plays racquetball.
Mad scientist.svg This user is aware of how silly this huge table looks on their user page, but acknowledges that its real purpose is twofold: statistics and standardization.

Tip of the Day[edit]

Tip of the day...
How to link to a section of an article

Sometimes it is necessary to refer to a specific section of a page when linking, rather than to the whole page.

You can create a link to any subheading on any page in Wikipedia by including a # character followed by the subheading at the end of a link. For example:

Wikipedia:Community Portal#Collaborations.

In all section links, be sure to use a piped link for readability, like this:

[[Wikipedia:Community Portal#Collaboration|Collaborations]]

which looks like this:


If a section title changes, rather than go red/inactive, the link will lead to the top of the linked page.

Note that redirects support sections links.

To add this auto-updating template to your user page, use {{tip of the day}}


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