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Wow you're new here, have no idea how the very well considered high functioning site works or how many or what types of questions the hard working volunteer contributors do here and you're ready to ascribe motive because you didn't get your way immediately after posting an extremely poor quality question? Look around at this site for awhile and see how successful askers get help. Millions of people view this site and countless programmers get and give help here without problems every day! — clearlight 36 secs ago
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"I am not an expert in programming" - no doubt... However, expert programmers use a step debugger to figure things out, have you tried? — Michael Randall 30 secs ago
 
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What have you tried? Stack Overflow isn't a code writing service, where you can spec out a function and ask people to write it for you. For that you usually need to pay programmers! If you offer one (or more) solution, then perhaps we can compare that to other approaches to help you find the one with the best performance. But as it is, this question seems like you're just asking people to do your work for you. — Blckknght 33 secs ago
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then data structure should have very , very strict description or it's possible to screw up things up from here to next tuesday and back, not knowing what exactly happens there. The class itself by design doesn't provide any safety. That double star pointer, those double-star methods? That's very C and very close from three-star style of code (which is a bad thing usually). If that's the requirement, I see where a lot of programmers come up with such code XD — Swift - Friday Pie 1 min ago
 
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Welcome to Stack Overflow. SO is a question and answer page for professional and enthusiastic programmers. Add your own code to your question. You are expected to show at least the amount of research you have put into solving this question yourself. — Cyrus 51 secs ago
 
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Since you don't have any code to show, this might be a question for our software recommendations sister site — Mawg says reinstate Monica 21 secs ago
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I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's suitable for softwarerecs.stackexchange.comsanyash 56 secs ago
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howdy @iamktothed ! Regarding your famous and excellent question. As you know it is now extremely out of date. For any new Apple programmers googling here, I have just added one line of text up the top of your famous question. Of course, obviously, you can and should change that edit however you like. Thanks again for this great question which has helped 50,000 people over the years, you're famous! :) — Fattie 14 secs ago
 
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Welcome to Stack Overflow. Please read Open Letter to Students with Homework Problems. You can't just dump your problem statement here and expect us to do it for you. It's also a good idea to take the tour, read about what's on-topic in the help center, and How to Ask. — Chris 29 secs ago
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Please read Open letter to students with homework problems and How do I ask and answer homework questions? Show what you have tried and where you ran into problems, please. — Modus Tollens 33 secs ago
 
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This site’s goal is to help people become better programmers, not to help someone avoid becoming a better programmer by doing their entire assignment for them. — VGR 21 secs ago
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This question seems off-topic to me in that it is asking "Is this a good design". There is page of on-topic questions. Maybe it would be better on Software EngineeringDCTID 28 secs ago
 
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Which package is the most powerful to use in Python to extract data from a text data? Asking for library/software recommendations is explicitly off topic. See: help center, How to Ask, tour. — AMC 8 secs ago
 
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You’re listing requirements in your post. You don’t show any effort that you have tried to solve your issues. It’s unclear what issues you’re having, other than you’re struggling with design. The only question in the post is can you help me out? Help you out with what? If it comes down to wanting to know how to get applications to communicate, then that is too broad a question for SO. We don’t really know enough about your applications to say what would be a good solution. Think about posting this here: softwareengineering.stackexchange.comR. Richards 1 min ago
 
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Welcome to Stack Overflow. Please read Open Letter to Students with Homework Problems. You can't just dump your problem statement here and expect us to do it for you. It's also a good idea to take the tour, read about what's on-topic in the help center, and How to Ask. — Chris 10 secs ago
 
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"how to distinguish when it's a programmer's mistake and when it's mistake of user" - If a programmer passes user data to a method that requires a specific type without validating it first, it's still the programmers fault. If the user passes invalid data, you should rather return a 400 Bad Request. — Magnus Eriksson 51 secs ago
 
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This question might be a good fit for softwareengineering.stackexchange.com where the focuses include "software development methods and practices" and "configuration, build, and release management". — Jared Beck 31 secs ago
 
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"My question is concerning the best practices for continuous deployment and continuous integration especially with small teams." I'm sorry, but that is way too broad and opinionated for StackOverflow. Perhaps it may be on topic for Software Engineeringjuanpa.arrivillaga 58 secs ago
 
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Mathieu Guindon vs. Simon Forsberg: 16579 diff. Year: -621. Quarter: -621. Month: -315. Week: -60. Day: 0.
 

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