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comment What sorting algorithm does STL use?
I hope you aren't using <vector.h>! Standard C++ moved to <vector> back in the late '90s. All of the standard headers now omit the .h that standard C uses. (In contrast, Boost uses .hpp, which is what a lot of new C++ code uses outside the standard library.)
May
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comment Abstract Data Type and Data Structure
You first might want to read What is the difference between an Array and a Stack?
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May
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answered Why would I write a DSL instead of a form based RIA?
May
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answered Corporate Framework: good or bad?
May
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comment How does a beginner programmer find a mentor for learning from doing?
This is really not the right place to ask career advice. See the FAQ.
May
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comment How to be sure that a library or utility author does not change the license at a certain time and sue you?
If the software is hosted on a repository like GitHub or Bitbucket, then the embedded version control will have a previous copy of the license, along with the timestamps of when it was changed.
May
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comment How to be sure that a library or utility author does not change the license at a certain time and sue you?
The license is the official authorization.
Apr
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Merits of a “Message Passing” system vs. an “Event Based” system
Apr
29
comment Paid open-source app
Are your users programmers?
Apr
27
revised Question regarding approach to programming and testing
Removed tags that clearly don't have anything to do with the question.