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comment Merge sort versus quick sort performance
If your strings are an average of 4.5 characters long. Then on a dataset with 10,000,000 strings there will be a lot of duplicate strings. Try using random strings with an average of at least 8 (or preferable more) characters.
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comment Sorting displayed results vs. entire results
This question belongs on ux.stackexchange.com
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comment Is it imaginable to teach a machine how to program itself to a defined specification?
Define programming. I could build a program that would makes other programs. But would it really learn?
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reviewed Approve Code that converts a value into a different representation, then converts it back to where it started is bad, but how?
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comment Code that converts a value into a different representation, then converts it back to where it started is bad, but how?
@CodesInChaos yup, that's why I want my code to be locale agnostic and only when showing output to a screen will I apply it. But I think that's another discussion because you could write books on that subject.
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comment Code that converts a value into a different representation, then converts it back to where it started is bad, but how?
@DanielRHicks so let's convert that simple date(10 november 2014) to a string, ->10-11-2014 and back to a date ->(11 oktober 2014) hey wait what?
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