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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Composable concurrency in Java or any other programming language

While I was reading a research paper on concurrency named Software and the Concurrency Revolution (html version). I came across following lines: Unfortunately, although locks work, they pose ...
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Retrieve variable from Console.ReadLine()

I am making a tic-tac-toe game in C#. I have a string variable for each square. I want to make it so the user inputs the square name i.e. (topMiddle). Then I declare the input playerInput. I want to ...
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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 ...
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Replicating ADF test in R

I'm currently trying to understand unit root tests and the ADF formula used. The package I'm trying to work with is the "urca", dataset "npext", and the test I'm trying to replicate is the Nelson ...