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I must thanks Maria for my nick ( it should read CapelliiiiC, loud :). My old nick was chac.

I'm a senior SW engineer, I like languages and grammars, and thus Prolog. My next preferred language is C++.

I think ecology it's main theme we should, as a whole, attempt to understand and fight for right now. And I like invent, play guitar, play chess.

I also like 太极拳 (or T'ai Chi Ch'uan).

That mountain beyond my ugly face it's Monte Baldo, a beautiful relief delimiting Lago di Garda on east side. The picture was shot after a light climb on Monte Pizzocolo.


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Apr
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comment heuristic for searching through non-perfectly sorted data
why not selectively delete ? An index can be compressed on adjacency range, making deletion costless...
Apr
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comment heuristic for searching through non-perfectly sorted data
there is the indexing option also, beside sorting and scanning
Feb
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comment Under which area of Artificial Intelligence is my knowledge store?
SWI-Prolog is strongly focused on RDF. The developer claims it's one of the most memory efficient implementations available.
Jan
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comment I released open source code that is useable to other programmers. How do I let them know about it?
nice answer, but the blog link isn't reachable
Nov
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comment Interpreted vs Compiled: A useful distinction?
That's a really interesting and necessary (for instance in Prolog) feature of interpretation.
Feb
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comment Grid framework for CSS
thanks for the interesting pointer
Feb
26
answered Interpreted vs Compiled: A useful distinction?
Dec
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comment How can I efficiently handle input data without a framework?
Hi Simon. I didn't realized your deadline was so strict. My suggestion it's a bit too much generic. Anyway, here [1] a link (rather generic, doesn't show code, just jargon). This other [2] it's more practical, doesn't require any parser generator, just methodology. [1] javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-06-2008/jw-06-dsls-in-java-1.html [2]weblogs.java.net/blog/carcassi/archive/2010/02/04/…
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answered How can I efficiently handle input data without a framework?
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