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comment Limitations of modern programming languages for low-level network programming
The existence of libraries such as jNetPcap and Pcap.Net should answer your question.
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comment Is a 'least significant bit' used anywhere practically today?
Since the OP has clarified that the question really is about "bit order" and not endianness, I have deleted my now-unrelated comments.
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comment Is hash calculated before/after compression?
That's true. It depends on the details of each protocol, certainly. If the compression is done at a higher level than the protocol (such as HTTP gzip compression over TCP), then the TCP checksum has no knowledge of the HTTP gzip compression in the TCP payload, and it certainly isn't possible to checksum the uncompressed data at the TCP level.
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answered Proper interface for calculator library?
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comment Proper interface for calculator library?
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comment Count Sort Algorithm efficiency
Yes, I know what defaultdict is. However, using it is not free in terms of complexity.
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comment Count Sort Algorithm efficiency
Why do you say that this is O(n+k)? How do you think defaultdict is implemented?