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accepted Inter-process and inter-thread data sharing
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asked Inter-process and inter-thread data sharing
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accepted What is a thread pool?
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asked What is a thread pool?
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comment How important is it for a programmer to know how to implement a QuickSort/MergeSort algorithm from memory?
Totally agree. And even if I don't have a 5* stackexchange profile, I do the same.
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comment Is it OK to mix C and C++ in an interview?
totally agree, it was just to make an example, I would AT LEAST use scanf_s, and if I can I would TOTALLY avoid it in production code
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accepted Is it OK to mix C and C++ in an interview?
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comment Is it OK to mix C and C++ in an interview?
I guess a "I can't remember the STL function to handle the string splitting" isn't great, is it?
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comment Is it OK to mix C and C++ in an interview?
Yes, that's what I've been thinking: pseudo-code. I don't have a knowledge base in my mind and I tend to memorize techniques and way of using stuff rather than syntax or API declarations (which may change). If I can pseudo-code it and I have a "decent" amount of programming experience with a language, doesn't matter what it is I think I can code it.
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asked Is it OK to mix C and C++ in an interview?
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comment Learning basic algorithms - better C or C++?
I've been following this site for a while and I think there's someone who closes too many questions as "off-topic"