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accepted What method for storing a text file in memory (c not c++) would allow me to open any format(UTF-8, Binary, etc) and a file of any size?
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comment What method for storing a text file in memory (c not c++) would allow me to open any format(UTF-8, Binary, etc) and a file of any size?
has to be plain c but thank you
Mar
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comment What method for storing a text file in memory (c not c++) would allow me to open any format(UTF-8, Binary, etc) and a file of any size?
is there a way to do this in a portable way? Like a lib that takes care of this between windows/linux/mac?
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comment What method for storing a text file in memory (c not c++) would allow me to open any format(UTF-8, Binary, etc) and a file of any size?
I stand corrected
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comment What method for storing a text file in memory (c not c++) would allow me to open any format(UTF-8, Binary, etc) and a file of any size?
added a little more info on the buffers and there purpose
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revised What method for storing a text file in memory (c not c++) would allow me to open any format(UTF-8, Binary, etc) and a file of any size?
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comment What method for storing a text file in memory (c not c++) would allow me to open any format(UTF-8, Binary, etc) and a file of any size?
No I need 3 buffers so far, undo buffer, save buffer, load buffer. I think what makes this project interesting is that is functions like a normal text editor but threw an api
Mar
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comment What method for storing a text file in memory (c not c++) would allow me to open any format(UTF-8, Binary, etc) and a file of any size?
foot print finger print same concept, but refers to memory
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comment What is the difference between these two php operators?
this seems more like a google question. This answer can even be found on w3schools.com with almost no effort.
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asked What method for storing a text file in memory (c not c++) would allow me to open any format(UTF-8, Binary, etc) and a file of any size?
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accepted Representing a deck of cards in C (not C++)
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comment Representing a deck of cards in C (not C++)
sounds right as I may not be the one who maintains this project but I would like to be able to add optimizations later on. It can not get much slower as the current implementation is written in Java. I would use it as an example but it is a very bad design and difficult to read.
Mar
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comment Representing a deck of cards in C (not C++)
Memory and speed are important but not the main focus here. Functionality is. I would like to be able to reuse it in any card game but in the case I do need to be able to figure out odds based in pre-decided hands. So a method that would make this easier would help.
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asked Representing a deck of cards in C (not C++)
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comment What kinds of visual content, tables or diagrams might I want to include in my Project Architecture Document?
I think mixing the 2 is bad for security (social media and eCommerce)