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comment How does the “Fourth Dimension” work with arrays?
@Questionmark: I actually went to the english page but forgot to copy the URL after I did. Well, it's not like the picture isn't clear enough anyway.
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comment How does the “Fourth Dimension” work with arrays?
Ever heard of an hypercube ?
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comment Should I feel “uncomfortable” using auto in C++?
Just nitpicking: in this case, one might as well use the range-based for-loop instead for better clarity (unless you really need the iterator, and not the value). Perhaps another example would illustrate the point better ? (still +1 for me)
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comment What makes a good interview question for a junior applicant?
@Kai: Fair point: whatever the question, I need to pick my words carefully. Thanks for the feedback. Very much appreciated.
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comment What makes a good interview question for a junior applicant?
@Kai: That's probably a better wording, indeed. To me list doesn't necessarily mean std::list. Actually, I often answer that the list of integers comes from a file where each number is on its own line. Now it might be a language thing but is that wrong to use the word list to mean a generic sequence of things ?
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comment What makes a good interview question for a junior applicant?
@Kai: Those are example questions. The sorting may or may not be relevant. It is not because you don't see why it matters that it does not. Again the source matters: you may or may not be able to re-read the list should you need too, and it won't likely fit in memory so this is a real concern. The question is vague on purpose: it is expected that you ask for clarifications. Also, if you are not concerned about the possibility for the list to be empty (and the likelihood of a divide by zero risk that comes with it), that's a terrible thing.
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