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Apr
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reviewed Close How does office bureaucracy affect code quality
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reviewed Close At which point do you “know” a technology enough to list it on a resume
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reviewed Leave Open Are SMART goals useful for programmers?
Apr
14
reviewed Close Calculating disk capacity and max data transfer rate of a hard drive?
Apr
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reviewed Close What is the Discount Factor for in the Value Iteration Algorithm?
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Apr
14
revised General Way to convert a loop (while/for) to recursion or from a recursion to a loop?
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Apr
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answered General Way to convert a loop (while/for) to recursion or from a recursion to a loop?
Apr
13
reviewed Close More comfortable working on the backend, often referred for role on the front end
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reviewed Close Is it okay to have code smells if it admits an easier solution to another problem?
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reviewed Close Having one server for the whole team
Apr
9
comment is there a cleaner / simpler way to code this?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is a code review question.
Apr
9
comment is there a cleaner / simpler way to code this?
If it works as intended then ask on codeReview.SE (it has to work they are very strict about that), if it doesn't then go to SO.
Apr
7
comment What are the advantages of linear probing over separate chaining or vice-versa when implementing hash tables?
@emodendroket or add a flag to the array type for "deleted", Likewise for "empty" (as you don't have null for that either) though with copy-on-write you can afford to do some extra work rehashing on deletion.
Apr
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answered What are the advantages of linear probing over separate chaining or vice-versa when implementing hash tables?
Apr
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comment Idiomatic C API with regards to pointers
@BasileStarynkevitch or one of both uses a static C-runtime (with a maloc/free based on the same things as the system C-runtime but using its own globals) rather than one linked in by the system. Either way if you want an extended debate you can find me on programmer's chat.
Apr
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comment Idiomatic C API with regards to pointers
@BasileStarynkevitch but something to be aware of either way, easiest way to work around is to ensure only 1 library can allocate and destroy all instances of an object.
Apr
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answered Idiomatic C API with regards to pointers
Mar
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answered Why do filesystems read and write in blocks?
Mar
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answered When are nonblocking read or receive operations useful?