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Jul
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reviewed No Action Needed Are using <<include>> and <<extend>> relationship in this use-case diagram actually same?
Jun
9
comment Python replace function for classes? Like namedtuple _replace?
@clay: but that assumes that any class is like any other. That's hardly ever true.
Jun
9
revised Python replace function for classes? Like namedtuple _replace?
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Jun
9
answered Python replace function for classes? Like namedtuple _replace?
Jun
9
revised Θ(1) algorithm that removes one element from a linkedlist
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Jun
9
answered Θ(1) algorithm that removes one element from a linkedlist
May
30
awarded  Yearling
Apr
30
reviewed No Action Needed Grouping and nesting of REST APIs
Apr
30
reviewed No Action Needed Retry design for high volume
Apr
21
reviewed Reviewed Is this a race condition?
Apr
21
comment Is this a race condition?
A race condition is a situation where parallel processes can produce different outcomes depending on how they are interleaved. Who's last to the post is only part of that process.
Apr
16
reviewed No Action Needed Time-complexity of nested for loop
Apr
16
reviewed Reviewed Entire webpage obfuscation
Apr
16
revised Entire webpage obfuscation
Remove spam magnet.
Apr
11
reviewed No Action Needed Client-Server Application Object with child Objects
Apr
10
reviewed No Action Needed Can multiple CPU's / cores access the same RAM simutaneously?
Apr
10
comment Tips on Converting a C program to Pure Python
Sorry, I am doing what? I didn't vote, I gave feedback. I know CPython is not the same thing as Cython. Cython is a extension that lets you compile Python code, with some additional annotations and syntax, to machine code. I'm not sure anymore what you think I am saying here.
Apr
10
comment Tips on Converting a C program to Pure Python
The majority of Python users are not aware of there being any other implementations. Pure Python usually means: only written in Python, without using any C extensions. The OP even qualifies it as such here (not to Cython, IronPython, etc.). That they lumped IronPython with Cython here is sorta-interesting in that they seem to think the latter is some form of non-pure-python.
Apr
10
comment Tips on Converting a C program to Pure Python
But the bulk of your answer is about memory management for variants of Python other than CPython. If your point was that you don't have to worry about memory allocation you certainly managed to distract from that.
Apr
10
comment Tips on Converting a C program to Pure Python
So how does this apply to the C code that the OP is converting?