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accepted Why almost no webpages hash passwords in the client before submitting (and hashing them again on the server), as to “protect” against password reuse?
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asked Why almost no webpages hash passwords in the client before submitting (and hashing them again on the server), as to “protect” against password reuse?
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comment Why do most languages provide a min-heap instead of a max-heap implementation?
I usually program in C++, and wonder the contrary: why does C++ not implement a min-heap? As you said, most algorithms use a min-heap.
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