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 ...
Abstract: So, as I understand it (although I have a very limited understanding), there are three dimensions that we (usually) work with physically: The 1st would be represented by a line. The 2nd ...
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 ...
What specific conditions or requirements should you create your own array over using std::array? Here is my background: I'm developing a small simple library that a small group of people will use ...
I've been learning about using a hashtable to efficiently check for items in a list without looping through the whole thing, but there's one thing that I don't get: Why hashed keys? It seems like: ...
The C11 standard says the arrays, both sized and variable length "shall have a value greater than zero." What is the justification for not allowing a length of 0? Especially for variable length ...