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May
17
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
15
comment Abstract Data Type and Data Structure
You first might want to read What is the difference between an Array and a Stack?
May
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May
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answered Why would I write a DSL instead of a form based RIA?
May
4
answered Corporate Framework: good or bad?
May
4
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.
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.
Apr
25
comment CoffeeScript translates to JavaScript. Is there something like it for C?
Lots of compilers can target C as an intermediary. For example, GHC can produce C if a direct back-end isn't available.
Apr
25
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