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comment How do I approach a coworker about his or her code quality?
the code example above is perfectly valid java code. That's the kind of code experienced programmers write -- every line is clearly designed to be there.... whether you disagree with the chosen primitives is different matter completely...
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comment Why do Haskell and Scheme use singly-linked lists?
list constructor can insert to the beginning of singly linked list, without modifying the original list. This is important for functional programming. Doubly-linked list pretty much involves modifications, which are not very pure.
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comment Why are datatypes different in terms of bit size based on complier, and OS used
compilers need freedom to match your source code and the underlying CPU architecture while generating the code. Different CPU architectures work slightly different way, but your C++ source code still needs to work in all of them. Consider sizeof(T) to be documentation of how your compiler code generation handles types.
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answered What design pattern best suits managing handles to objects, without passing handles or Manager around?
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