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comment Are all magic numbers created the same?
You might consider that 1024 is kibi and #define KIBI as 1024, MEBI as 1024*1024…
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comment Why did the creators of the Internet Protocol decide to use IP addresses to identify a particular computer?
See HIP (Host Identity Protocol, RFC4423) for a attempt to add a layer for Host Identifiers (stored as IPv6 addresses) between the network layer and the transport layer.
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comment I don't understand value iteration
And you have problem with parens in your expression (compare the pseudocode and your code)
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comment Java - What methods to put in an interface and what to keep out
What is the expected behaviour of those methods?
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comment I want to create an open data format… but I don't really know what that is
What kind of data do you want to manage? Have you looked at at HL7(v3)? Might be quite overkill but it's an "e-healthcare" standard.
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comment What are the licensing requirements for shipping Java along with application
Or you can ship OpenJDK and comply to the GPL.
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comment How do I reuse a state machine in a slightly different way?
The "state machine" solution is a good solution. It's how for example SCXML is working.