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comment Can a recursive function have iterations/loops?
"All correct recursive functions also have a conditional of some sort, preventing them from "recursing down" forever." is not true with non-strict evaluation.
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accepted Explanation on how “Tell, Don't Ask” is considered good OO
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comment Explanation on how “Tell, Don't Ask” is considered good OO
Code examples might be Ruby and not Python, I dunno.
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asked Explanation on how “Tell, Don't Ask” is considered good OO
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comment How to solve this problem without the use of if-else statements?
@dunsmoreb char *argv[] as an argument is equivalent to char **argv and there's no string literal involved so it's irrelevant. user16764 is correct in that const is correct here.
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comment How to solve this problem without the use of if-else statements?
Is char *values[] = {"even", "odd"}; legal? I thought converting string literals to char* was deprecated.
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comment How are functions called when passing ++
Your middle paragraph says unspecified, but your first says undefined. Which is it?
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comment How are functions called when passing ++
Is this really UB? I thought it was only UB if it was modified twice without a sequence point. (either way you can't rely on the output)