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    Re: C/C++ most used for open source development

    Powerful and flexible - yes. But to say Python is "extremely fast" is misleading. It might be fast in comparison to doing calculations by hand, but it is at least one (and sometimes two) orders of...
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    Re: Technic Minecraft

    There are a few reasons that you could be running into problems. Which version of Java are you using? You will need version 6 (rather than 7). This caused the exact same problem for me. To find your...
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    Re: Why is the output is different??

    You're absolutely right, my mistake! I should really reread my posts more thoroughly before hitting submit.
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    Re: Why is the output is different??

    EDIT: I'll elaborate. When you do something such as:


    foo++;

    the value of the expression is simply "foo + 1", however foo then gets incremented. When does it get incremented though? It gets...
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    Re: Why is the output is different??

    Recompile your code with warnings turned on, and the compiler will give you some hints. As Simian Man said, there's lots of undefined behaviour in your code. For example, your first program:


    ...
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    Re: Computer Spec Thread

    Creepy, Dell Inspiron 1525 w/ Intel Core 2 Due here as well, I love this machine, reliable and goes pretty well.

    Running Ubuntu 11.04 with Firefox 5.
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    Re: emacs file saving very slow

    I know this is an obvious question, but is the file being saved locally or on a network?
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    Re: is this correct ?

    There are ways in python to calculate aggregate values on lists easily. For example, the arithmetic mean is simply:


    sum(my_list) / len(my_list)


    You can do something similar with the median...
  9. Thread: Shark-attack?

    by NovaAesa
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    Re: Shark-attack?

    "PANIC! PANIC! Kill all the sharks!!" ? Citation needed, I don't know anyone in Australia who has this attitude.
  10. Re: how to add "-pthread" prefix when compiling in IDE like geany or code::blocks ?

    For code blocks:

    Go to settings -> compiler and debugger -> linker setting and add pthread there.

    As for which IDE, use whichever one you like the best.
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    Re: anyone use emacs for programming?

    I used to use it (for about a year) but recently switched to Vim. There are still many people using it though, and people still writing scripts for it as well.
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    Re: Development Sandboxing

    In that case, programming in a virtual machine would be ideal, that way when you are done programming and close in down, it's all gone away.
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    Re: Is this normal for college?

    Sounds pretty normal to me!
  14. Thread: Batteries

    by NovaAesa
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    [SOLVED] Re: Batteries

    It's probably due to Moor's law which says that the number of transistors that can be packed into a certain space for a reasonable price rises exponentially with time. This isn't the case for things...
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    Re: Development Sandboxing

    What's wrong with keeping them there all the time?

    Maybe set up a virtual machine with another install in it?
  16. Poll: Re: Let see what most of our comunity want from DE

    I <3 Unity.
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    Re: Correct English MINI-thread

    Isn't that a little different? "New York City" is a proper noun, while "City of New York" isn't (it's a noun phrase consisting of a noun and a preposition phrase which in turn contains a different...
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    Poll: Re: What keyboard layout do you use?

    Dvorak. I have found it to be very egonomic compared to qwerty, I've had far less issues with RSIs since switching, and I my wrists feel much more comfortable while typing.
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    Poll: Re: Do you own an Apple product?

    I have an Apple keyboard, I got it because of the minuscule key travel distance (it's really nice to type on). I don't use it much any more though, I use a MS ergonomic split keyboard now due RSI...
  20. Re: Getting input from GNU Chess to my program?

    If I understand correctly, all you need is to be able to give "moves" to the chess engine (GNU chess) and get back "replies" from the engine?

    To do this, I would start with reading the following:...
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    Re: How to navigate a tree? (Not Binary)

    I doesn't really matter how you store the tree for tree traversal algorithms, as long as you have a way of getting from a parent node to its children (and possibly from a child to its parent).

    For...
  22. Re: Neutrinos traveling faster than light, your thoughts?

    This was posted in the community cafe yesterday.

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1848494
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    Re: Another bites the dust

    While interesting, it doesn't really mean anything yet. I'd take any scientific claim with a massive grain of salt until it's in a peer-reviewed publication.
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    Re: Question about (itr2++)++;

    the line (iter2++)++; is possible what is confusing you. First, iter2++ will increment the iterator. It is also an expression, evaluating to the iterator *before* it's incremented. This new iterator...
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    Re: Question about (itr2++)++;

    Your code is buggy, while it does produce output on your machine, it segfaults on mine. Have a look at iter2, you never initialize it with anything.
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