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    Re: Best programming language to learn next?

    Exactly! I often find when trying to teach programming to beginners that starting with a register machine is easiest. Then you can gradually explore why functions or data structures exist. Then they...
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    Re: Best programming language to learn next?

    I haven't had any problems yet with the csv or json parser libraries, so I have high hopes with the others.

    Correcting the client code of jsonrpc to support multiple arguments seems to me to mean...
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    Re: Best programming language to learn next?

    That does seem odd. Go is extremely standard-conform for most things, and the standard libraries are quite exhaustive. I've posted a reply to your post on the mailing list requesting clarification. ...
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    Re: Best programming language to learn next?

    Well, there's no magic about writing good concurrent code. You just need to limit the possibilities the architecture offers down to an amount that you can reason about. A good way to do this is...
  5. Re: Why aren't more Linux applications written in Java?

    As far as I know, python doesn't have its own windowing system and widgets. Java does (swing).
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    Re: Best programming language to learn next?

    Mm, try to create and coordinate a million posix threads on a Core i5. You can do that with minimal overhead in Go.
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    Re: Best programming language to learn next?

    For the exact same reasons you may want to have a look at Go. This is a modern, open-source language with a large, active community and unparalleled support for concurrency. You can start programs...
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    Re: Beginning to program

    No, no, no. Don't download the sdk from oracle.

    Instead open a terminal and type:


    sudo apt-get install openjdk-7-jdk

    This will install the jdk and automatically update it, when updates...
  9. Re: is this a bad programming practice related to program architecture ?

    Usually you use header files ( myfunctionaliy.h ) to declare things which are implemented in the source files ( myfunctionality.c ). This makes scanning the code quickly a lot easier.

    Apart from...
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    Re: Beginning to program

    Programming for me consists of a number of things which can be regarded seperately:

    1/ learning to structure my thoughts clearly and algorithmically,

    2/ translating this structure to the...
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    Re: Best programming language to learn next?

    A programming language which is coming very fast is Dart (http://www.dartlang.org/). There's a single download with a development environment.

    Dart is a language for building web applications. It...
  12. Thread: learning html

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    Re: learning html

    If you're just trying to learn html, don't bother with php/python and the like. Just open a text editor and try some things out:

    <html>
    <body>
    <h1>hello world!</h1>
    </body>
    </html>

    for...
  13. Re: What is your favorite programming language to use?

    I think the language I'm most productive with nowadays is Dart. I know it's not a language for native application programming on Ubuntu, but you can write web apps with it which work on any modern...
  14. Re: What's your best book about The C programming Language?

    C has some overloaded syntax which makes life difficult, and a book can help get a grasp of it.

    For example, the asterisk has at least 3 distinct meanings. It either means "I'm defining something...
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    Re: For the math nerds...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integer_factorization

    I wonder which format for Gimp you mean. PPM for example contains a header with the height and width of the file.
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    Re: how to write to a particular address in C?

    What you want to read up on are TLBs and page tables :)
  17. Re: Shell: how can I print into a file content of all subfolders of a folder?

    Have you tried playing around with something like:



    for i in `find . -type d`
    do
    echo $i
    ls $i
    done
  18. Re: Simplest assembly program for gnu assembler(gas)

    trent.josephsen is quite correct that you can assemble and link an executable without using the label 'main'. an example would be:



    .section .text

    .globl _start
    _start:
    ...
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    There's one thing worth mentioning as the book has certain problems. The world has changed since 2002!

    For example, the book states that an assembly program starts at the _start label. I tried...
  20. Re: Simplest assembly program for gnu assembler(gas)

    Here's a fairly short example:



    .section .text

    .globl main
    main:
    movl $1, %eax
    movl $5, %ebx
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    Re: Programming Language

    Good to see Dart gradually crawling up the list. It's a very clear language for demonstrating OOP, and the developer tools are really good too :)
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    Re: Text based user interfaces

    Well a TUI is just a shell or console or terminal or whatever you want to call it.

    The trouble is that the TUI was developed in the days when a width of 80 characters was immense and computer...
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    Re: Text based user interfaces

    I think the TUI could stage a comeback. It would be a different sort of device, but could find a niche, rather like the chromebook is doing but in the other direction.

    One thing that would...
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    Re: Text based user interfaces

    I think what the OP is talking about is for example why does the terminal open images in a new window? theoretically you could have these displayed in the terminal in an equally high quality.

    How...
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