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comment Sign Language Recognition
I'm not experienced at all with any of the above, it just seemed like image recognition was not the "right way", so I was just wondering if there was a particular reason you suggested it is all.
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comment Sign Language Recognition
Why add the intermediate step of image recognition, when it would be much easier to work off of raw data from the gloves?
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comment Working as a sole developer: getting code looked over
I have this problem as well (with for-fun projects, though), only I am lucky enough to have a few close programmer friends willing to look through my code.
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answered what is storing data in constant space?
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comment Markup languages syntax
@greyfade: I meant the equivalent as understood by the DOM. But in your examples, the "a": ... would need to be wrapped in its own object, unless you mean to say that there can only be one anchor in a given scope. Also, the question focused on using a curly brace syntax as markup, not data serialization. That being said, S-expressions actually are a good alternative to nested tags like XML.
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comment Markup languages syntax
I meant something that could be a stand-in replacement for XML, duplicating the nested object and attribute functionality. JSON comes close, but is a data serialization format, not markup, whereas XML covers the ground of both. Consider the XML <a href="foo.com">foo</a> versus its (more or less) JSON equivalent: { "tagName": "a", "attributes": { "href": "foo.com" }, "childNodes": [], "textNode": "foo" }
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comment Markup languages syntax
TBH, I don't particularly like the tag syntax either, but it is superb at what it does, and I don't know any better general (i.e. NOT a DSL like Markdown) markup syntax, or how it could be improved.
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revised For what purpose I can use c++ to increase my skills?
Formatting / spelling. I didn't change any language though.
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comment Does it make sense to ask, “What is the difference between Design Pattern and Algorithm?”
@SF - I would probably argue that design patterns are to algorithms like data structures are to functions, or OOP is to functional programming.
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comment What is beautiful code in C++, and why do most programmers care that much?
See (this question)[programmers.stackexchange.com/q/65216/8823]. Not because you're not a programmer, but because there's some good description of why beautiful code is good
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answered What is beautiful code in C++, and why do most programmers care that much?