In a C implementation where int can hold all values of type unsigned short, standard integer promotion rules dictate that given the code: unsigned short x=(USHORT_MAX+1)-3; // Or just -3 x*=x; a ...
It's well known to those familiar with the history that C# and the .NET framework started out as essentially "Delphi rewritten to feel like Java," architected by the chief developer behind Delphi, ...
It seems really simple, but who invented the commonly-used otpauth:// scheme (used by Google Authenticator and other TOTP soft tokens by scanning QR codes)? When?
I've been reading through an old-ish book on MUMPS ("M Programming", by Walters) to try and get some historical perspective on the language. The book was published in 1997, and provides the following ...