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comment How can I get the transit time for packets for a jitter buffer?
i and j are two consecutive packets. Rj is the receiver's timestamp for the current packet and Ri is the receiver's timestamp on the previous packet. D(i,j) is the difference in transit time between the two packets.
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comment Web Application For a Small Library
There are many existing open source applications for libraries, like Koha. You should use one of them as a baseline, especially if you don't know where to start.
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comment Is A Language-Integrated Build System Generally Desirable?
Groovy has something similar you might be able to take ideas from.
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answered How can I get the transit time for packets for a jitter buffer?
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answered Is testable code better code?
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comment Why would a program use a closure?
Without closures, you have to impose restrictions on both the bestSellingBooks code and the filter code, such as a specific interface or user data argument, in order to be able to communicate the threshold data. That ties the two functions together in much less reusable ways.
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