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@JohnFilleau there are companies that hire ppl that ask others to do the work, but afaik those are not programmers — idclev 463035818 22 secs ago
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@Barns There are common idioms that all developers know and come to rely on. Those patterns make it easier for programmers to write and read code. When you deviate from those patterns by doing something "clever", as you do when you modify the loop control variable inside the loop, you increase the cognitive load, making the person reading or writing the code work harder to understand what it's doing. Adding another variable makes it clear that this isn't your standard for statement. In my career, I've found that clear code is much more reliable and easier to debug than clever code. — Jim Mischel 32 secs ago
 
 
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"// Here this declares varibles as intagers" Comments like these are useless. The only people reading your code are programmers, so there is no point in writing comments with information that any programmer can easily obtain just by reading the code. — BessieTheCow 7 secs ago
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Please, see Why is “Is it possible to…” a poorly worded question? on the meta site of our sister site Software Engineering as well as Question closed because yes/no answer on the overall Stack Exchange meta site to understand why "Yes/No" questions are typically off-topic and what you can do to improve it. — Jörg W Mittag 1 min ago
 
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2020-03-28T14:00:00.344Z Exception in comment task java.util.regex.PatternSyntaxException: Unclosed group near index 24
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just follow up a question: what is the best (or standard) practice to work around this issue? I would assume it bothers a lot programmers. — oldpride 37 secs ago
 
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Please update your question with a single question. It will help the millions of future programmers when they can find your question that is a solution to one of their problems. — quamrana 14 secs ago
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You might want to check this interesting answer as well. — Vector Sigma 48 secs ago
 
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If you are asking for "best" You might want to ask here instead: softwarerecs.stackexchange.comRyan 39 secs ago
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As a follow up, What's so wrong with extract: it can put unsanitized, unknown variables in the global (or local function) namespace, or overwrite your own variables. It can also lead other programmers to wonder where a variable introduced this way came into play. Basically, use wisely only when sure of the data coming in is safe, and you are aware of all variables that could be introduced. Use with caution on user data. — SherylHohman 38 secs ago
 
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@4386427 - Let's say two salesmen approached you with separate implementations of a program to sell you. Both implementations meet the requirements and you are choosing which one to buy. The first salesman says, "look, our code is constantly using all available CPU as seen in the task manager because our programmers know how to take advantage of all the power". — selbie 57 secs ago
 
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You can use the edit link to add more to the question, but it already feels rather like a problem dump. Please see this Open letter to students with homework problems. — Weather Vane 53 secs ago
 
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But isn't we doing this as a programmers all the time - just - via compiling? We have grammar for specifying functions and Boolean expressions (FOL formulas) and then we compile that it the instruction set. Maybe we have to have language for writing FOL grammar (define functions, relations, variables) and then let it be compiled into FOL theory in FOL language and then some deduction engine can execute it. Just idea. I am reading about compilation, parsing and about Golden Braid now. Thanks. — TomR 19 secs ago
 
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you should read this: stackoverflow.com/questions/6500313/… Most pointers in your code shouldnt be pointers and there is no reason to use new here — idclev 463035818 47 secs ago
 
 
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