Artificial languages for instructing computers to do steps of computation in order to complete tasks. They allow programmers to communicate with computers.

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Concurrent languages and non-concurrent dependencies

We had a bug caused by ruby workers (4 processes, 1 thread each) doing batching records using a legacy mongodb as the store. The race condition was around whether the batch was full or not; with one ...
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“Fuzzy” parsing in different languages

I have a bunch of plain-text like this: 1 MILE, PACE, PURSE $1,100. FILLIES & MARES N/W $541 L5 STARTS AE N/A $301 L5 & N/A $60 PS IN 2015-16 DRAW INSIDE ...
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Pre-Compilation Processor:

What I want to do: Parse source code, search for a beginning and closing tag of my own definition (one that does not conflict with any defined patterns in the programming language), and then replace ...
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Best way to handle language interoperability

Background In a language like F#, direct interoperability with most other .NET languages is possible. For example, it is possible to use classes written in C# directly in F#, and it is possible to ...
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Synchronizing webpage and local pdf

I would like to solve the following problem. On my website, I have a list of my publications. I also have my list of publications on a latex file of my cv. The issue is that I update these manually, ...
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Why are datatypes different in terms of bit size based on complier, and OS used

I was reading a tutorial on C++ as I am new to programming, and I was wondering why the sizeof operator gives different output depending on what you're programming with.
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Interactive help in a statically-typed language with overloading

One of the nice features of IPython is that I can inspect a function. In [1]: def inc(x): ...: """Increments a number""" ...: return x+1 ...: In [2]: inc? Type: function ...