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This site is not a code-writing service. We can help you with specific questions about your code, ideally accompanied by an MCVE. Please show what you have tried, because this site expects some research by the asker and usually showing your attempt at a solution, even if it has errors, really helps clarify what you want to achieve. See Open letter to students with homework problems. — Bohemian ♦ 24 secs ago
 
 
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When asking for software recommendations, which is off-topic here, use the sister site: Software Recommendations Stack Exchange. — Basil Bourque 27 secs ago
 
 
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"Is there a library to do oddly-specific-task-X?" No. That's what programmers are for. Start reading a good Python tutorial. Not every problem can be solved by downloading software to do it for you. — Silvio Mayolo 10 secs ago
 
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If you want help with your homework, please edit your question to show what you've come up with so far, and explain why it isn't working the way you expected it to. See also How do I ask and answer homework questions? and Open letter to students with homework problemsKlaus Gütter 43 secs ago
 
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Morrison, you have total reason, i should develop the same system but in Android Studio why only an APK allowed me access to microphone headset, you was confirm my teory, i am going to develop an 1 effect pedal and 1 amplifier in a Android Studio project that i get by GitHub, i was thinked make based system y the app that i mencioneted but they give me the problem that explains in this post, in DetecRTC appaer me # System has Microphone? Nope, is this the cause of my plobem LOL, and definitilly i going to develop the same software enginering that i applied for made a new fork of my pedal board — Armando Rojas Valdez 20 secs ago
 
 
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Don't limit people to using only letters in their name; names have things in them which aren't letters. — Quentin 47 secs ago
 
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@Aaryan Bali I suggest you look at the documentation for fgets. You will see that what this function actually does is different from what you think it does. Being able to read and understand documentation is a vital skill for programmers. — john 45 secs ago
 
 
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Thank you for your response that this is minified code. I have a list of web apps produced by non-expert programmers. I am trying to programmatically identify the minified code located in the web applications' code bases. My goal is to run some analytics on the code. E.g. how similar the web apps are. — nerd 1 min ago
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5:06 PM
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Since you appear to be asking a legal question and not a programming question, you should probably talk to your counsel, and not us programmers. — Igor Tandetnik 40 secs ago
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The C Standard is indeed copyrighted material. This is not an issue per se, the main problem for programmers is the Standard text is not freely available like the ECMAScript standard. Violating the copyright by accessing, storing, copying, sending this material is unrelated to your ability to use the language. Yet I am not a lawyer and this is my personal opinion, not a legal opinion or advice of any kind :) — chqrlie 22 secs ago
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This code also makes the same mistake that I see that almost all beginning python socket programmers make, the assumption that a send() of n bytes means that recv() will return n bytes. See stackoverflow.com/a/43420503/238704President James K. Polk 38 secs ago
 
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To be more specific, that should probably be std::vector<std::unique_ptr<Button>>. Raw pointers probably shouldn't be recommended to new C++ programmers. — Silvio Mayolo 1 min ago
 
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Note that Stack Overflow is better suited to specific questions about narrow, well-defined errors; we tend to turn away questions that regard working code. Questions about good design practices are more welcome on our sister site Software Engineering. — Charles Duffy 48 secs ago
 
 
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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 49 secs ago
 
10:18 PM
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... aaaaand that code is an excellent way to leak a crapton of memory in the event of lost packets. Not surprising -- typical quality of random code found on the Intertubes. Just because something's found on github doesn't mean it's a marvel of software engineering. There is no substitute for learning any skill (not just this one) properly, through a textbook-guided, organized curriculum. Attempting to learn something from Google will always end in tears. At least that pile of bugs used new instead of malloc. Still, std::vector would've prevented that leak... So close...! — Sam Varshavchik just now
 
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@Dai - Some programmers hope that COUNT applies to one table before the JOIN. I'm trying to say that that does not happen. MySQL ignores the keywords OUTER, INNER, and CROSS; it is up to the ON and WHERE clauses to determine which type of JOIN it is. — Rick James 26 secs ago
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