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accepted hashing algorithm to check inclusion in a set
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answered hashing algorithm to check inclusion in a set
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comment hashing algorithm to check inclusion in a set
looks like I am more or less describing a bloom filter.
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asked hashing algorithm to check inclusion in a set
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Jan
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comment Refactoring: Two big chunks within a function
good point. I have updated the post
Jan
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revised Refactoring: Two big chunks within a function
explained reasoning
Jan
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answered Refactoring: Two big chunks within a function
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accepted call sub function based on variable value
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comment call sub function based on variable value
my migration route was codereview -> stackoverflow -> programmers :)
Jan
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comment call sub function based on variable value
Thanks to both of you. I will use modules.
Jan
15
comment call sub function based on variable value
@MartijnPieters what about when the sub functions are a 'family' of related functions but live in a file that is populated by many families? I though it logical to group the 'related' functions as nested within a parent function. Is this sensible?
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comment call sub function based on variable value
thats great, thanks. One q: why do you nest a function inside each of the called functions then return the nested function? Is it so the dict contains e.g., func_a() instead of func_a and so the reader can easily see this is a function?
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revised call sub function based on variable value
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