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Software Developer with Cisco Systems, Inc. Previously, Software Developer with Frog Design, Inc.


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comment Is there any design pattern except MVC for web?
I believe the answers below answer all facets of your question. You could accept the best one and help the community.
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accepted What is the difference between a pointer pointing to 0x0 location and a pointer set to NULL?
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comment What is the difference between a pointer pointing to 0x0 location and a pointer set to NULL?
Does this mean that the NULL pointer may actually point to some location when it is assigned NULL depending on the platform? The null pointer constant maybe a syntactic construct but what exactly happens when the code runs? Lets suppose this syntactic construct has been compiled on the GNU/Linux platform. What is the pointer value when we assign NULL to it? How does this address differ from any other address?
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Trying to convince people this isn't some lame homework question but a genuine query! Sheesh!
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comment Flipping the desired bit of an integer number
Kilian, what you said in your post is a simplified, beat-down, slightly distorting version of Dipan's answer and also from some textbook. My question for a generic "flipping" of the bit means that I do not know the initial state of the bit to see if it is to be "turned on" or "turned off". Whether I use AND or OR would depend on the number I'm working with (again a case by case basis).