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comment Do we set the bar too high by requiring that code tests not suffer from buffer overflow?
Now I want to try your programming test..
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comment Programming Challenges for a beginner
@JMK You should be able to translate your knowledge with just a few online tutorials. C is pretty simple at the basic level. Otherwise, you can refer to the suggestions in programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/96504/…
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comment Programming Challenges for a beginner
@FrustratedWithFormsDesigner Should be relatively trivial to pickup this level of C for someone used to C# (atleast the opposite is true)
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answered Programming Challenges for a beginner
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answered Is there such a thing as a “when” statement?
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answered What is the most obscure sorting algorithm you know?
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comment What would you change about Java if you have a chance?
x->y!z seems like a nice short syntax..
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answered How do you tackle really bizarre errors that keep you puzzled for more than 10 hours?
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accepted VB for C programmers
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comment VB for C programmers
Thanks, that comparison was what I needed. (Ideally comparing with C, but since that seems to be non existant, C# is understandable enough as well)
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comment VB for C programmers
@Ramhound , I'm not very new to programming (have been programming in C for the last 5 years). Because of this, I've studied the same things so many times, I just tend to zone out when the same stuff is taught yet again
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comment VB for C programmers
Our college has a compulsory course for ASP.NET using VB.NET. VB.Net is being taught in the college, but in an extremely boring way (they are explaining the difference between an int and float, arrays and matrices,etc. all over again) Because of this it becomes difficult to extract the relevant parts (I have to listen to the whole lecture just to end up with 2-3 lines of new knowledge). SO, I would prefer something which would point me to the differences between C and VB