Sorry if this is an insultingly obvious concept, but it's something I haven't done before and I've been unable to find any material discussing the best way to approach it. I'm wondering what's the ...
I did my homework, and it says that dynamic data structures are "data structures that change in size as a program needs it to by allocating and de-allocating memory from the heap". So I was ...
I'm implementing the Chessboard class to represent the chessboard. I've to implement the transformations (reflections and rotations) on the chess board possible. The possible transformations includes ...
I've built a flatfile db system that will work like mini-noSQL system and it split db to smaller files, and I did a SplFixedArray wrapper for it with a method for searching usage built on preg_grep. ...
I'm working on an array structure that will be used as the data source for a report template in a web app. The data comes from relatively complex SQL queries that return one or many rows as one ...
According to Wikipedia, a stack: is a last in, first out (LIFO) abstract data type and linear data structure. While an array: is a data structure consisting of a collection of elements ...
This just struck me as an oversight by Microsoft. Since arrays and other data-structures within the .NET framework begin from zero (zero-based) why don't we have a line 0 within the code view in ...