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12:13 AM
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it seems to be a job for computer engineer and not software engineer. I am not sure what you mean by that... These are pretty much synonyms to me. You can search for system programming, low level software development, embedded software... C programming jobs are going to be in these areas for the most part. — chqrlie 48 secs ago
 
12:29 AM
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Tip: Always inspect the stream state after an IO transaction to make sure it really did complete successfully. In general, never ignore a return code. Good programmers tend to be an interesting combination of lazy and efficiency-obsessed. If they didn't think you needed to know something, they wouldn't waste their time or the computer's returning it. — user4581301 27 secs ago
 
 
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4:14 AM
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10:03 AM
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This question and others much like it have been frequently posted. Please see How do I ask and answer homework questions? Also Open letter to students with homework problems. — Weather Vane 50 secs ago
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I’m voting to close this question because this should be asked on codereview or softwareengineering, not on SO. — luk2302 18 secs ago
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Even better reasons why this is off-topic on SO, go ask on softwareengineering. — luk2302 31 secs ago
 
11:07 AM
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Important to know that limiting column count to 80 allows "modern" programmers to put two source file side-by-side — Thor-x86_128 30 secs ago
 
 
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1:27 PM
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"Hardware Interrupt that most coders today have probably never heard of" -- I sure hope that's not true. Programmers who use async in this day and age need to know that fundamental concept or else they shouldn't be using async. — rory.ap just now
 
2:26 PM
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Welcome to Stack Overflow.! Questions that ask for general guidance regarding a problem approach are typically too broad and are not a good fit for this site. People have their own method for approaching the problem and because of this there cannot be a correct answer. Give a good read over Where to Start, and Minimal Reproducible Example then edit your post. — itprorh66 20 secs ago
ML Classification 0.03979707736420656 (Old classification 0.0)
Welcome to Stack Overflow.! Questions that ask for general guidance regarding a problem approach are typically too broad and are not a good fit for this site. People have their own method for approaching the problem and because of this there cannot be a correct answer. Give a good read over Where to Start, and Minimal Reproducible Example then edit your post. — itprorh66 41 secs ago
ML Classification 0.03979707736420656 (Old classification 0.0)
Welcome to Stack Overflow.! Questions that ask for general guidance regarding a problem approach are typically too broad and are not a good fit for this site. People have their own method for approaching the problem and because of this there cannot be a correct answer. Give a good read over Where to Start, and Minimal Reproducible Example then edit your post. — itprorh66 12 secs ago
 
2:53 PM
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I see Stephen. I'm sorry I'm a poor programmer with insufficient knowledge to ask a question on Stackoverflow where is the community for the sophisticated programmers filled with precise terminologies. seems to me that this community is not for me to join since it is for the 'real' programmer. On the other hand, after 10 years of answering questions on this site, I see your promising future lies ahead of you. good luck. — tmo 47 secs ago
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Recommendation requests are off-topic for stack overflow, but this might be on topic for Software Recommendations. — dbc just now
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3:44 PM
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Please update the indentation of your code. Python is very sensitive to indentation, as are python programmers. — quamrana 45 secs ago
Stack overflow isn't suited to architectural guidance and software recommendations. The simplest/cheapest solution is to add IP filtering to your code. — DazWilkin 53 secs ago
 
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8:33 PM
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I think this is a subject better suited for softwareengineering.stackexchange, where they have the question answered already: softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/141522/…Kirk Woll 7 secs ago
 
8:44 PM
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StackOverflow is not a homework service. Make a fair attempt and come back with specific questions about that attempt. See the open letter to students with homework problems. — Willem Van Onsem 23 secs ago
 
9:39 PM
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@supercat: certainly there are use cases in which the malloc (& friends) interface is not optimal, something which could equally well be said for many features of the standard C library. On the other hand, millions of programmers have successfully used it, and many continue to do so. Looking at other languages' standard libraries, designed afterwards, does not actually give much support to the value of hindsight. You or I might have come up with different designs, but who knows what people would be saying about them 40 years later :-) — rici 56 secs ago
 
10:14 PM
Indeed your project lookś great. You migth go to the stack exchange Software Recommendations site and write a question and self-answer it with poppy: it should get you some more visibility. softwarerecs.stackexchange.comjsbueno 59 secs ago
 

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