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I'm a .NET developer, currently working on a personal project called Helium Scraper at http://www.heliumscraper.com


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comment Tool that turns truth table into smallest possible if / else block
This look a lot like what I need, but couldn't get the C/C++ code to show anything other than empty ifs after entering a truth table.
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comment Tool that turns truth table into smallest possible if / else block
I think you are all just getting distracted by the truth table. I just mean it to be an analysis of every possible income -> outcome in an if block, so that then I can optimize / compress it. I was actually writing an if block when I asked this question and figured that turning it into an if block might help me writing it, as well as prevent errors by being forced to consider every possible input.
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comment Tool that turns truth table into smallest possible if / else block
@ratchet: Seems like I do doesn't it? I didn't know about them before. Will have to do some reading but still and app that would do it for me would be nice, if nothing else, to verify my hand made results.
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asked CPOL License. Can I use it on my commercial application without distributing source code?
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comment What do you call a “cell” in database terminology?
This is turning almost philosophical. I'm not a DB expert at all, but just by common sense, if the value of a column called "A" at row 1 (where Id = 1) is 20, and then, tomorrow, the value of column "A" at row 1 is 30 because someone changed it, the value of what just changed? You might say "the value of a column at a particular row". So then can we come up with a name for that thing you refer to as "a column at a particular row"? If we would name it "value" we would have to say that "the value of the value" changed.
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accepted What do you call a “cell” in database terminology?
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comment What do you call a “cell” in database terminology?
Actually its pretty clear on that Wikipedia article: Each record consists of several fields; the fields of all records form the columns.
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comment What do you call a “cell” in database terminology?
So "column" has a double meaning? How do you refer to the value of a column in a particular row? I'm confused...
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comment What do you call a “cell” in database terminology?
Isn't field the same as column?
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