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Student of Computational Linguistics B.Sc. at the University of Potsdam, Germany

Programmer at a small backup software company (Visual C++, Python, some VB6 and PHP)


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comment Ways to organize interface and implementation in C++
This answer would be even better if you elaborated a little on static compilation/linking (I didn't know it back then!)
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comment Why do most programming languages only support returning a single value from a function?
For example, in C++ COM programming, many functions have one [out] parameter, but virtually all return an HRESULT (error code). It would be quite practical to just get a pair there. In languages which have good support for tuples, such as Python, this gets used in a lot of code I have seen.
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comment Case insensitive keywords in a language
VB6 actually uses a kind of hybrid approach: You can write keywords and identifiers any way you want and the IDE immediately converts them to the stored way. (You can even write "endif" and it will be converted to "End If".)
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comment Grading an algorithm: Readability vs. Compactness
I actually find the second version more friendly. In the first one you have duplicate code and it is just much more to read.
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accepted Working machines of developers - in what ways are they usually standardized or restricted?
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comment Working machines of developers - in what ways are they usually standardized or restricted?
@Telastyn: each department will have their own standard; until now we have only produced Windows software, but of course Macs would be different.
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