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RELOAD! There are 6246 unanswered questions (90.0852% answered)
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Welcome to StackOverflow. As @Prune mentioned, this question doesn't quite belong here, but would potentially fit well on codereview.stackexchange.comyoniLavi 55 secs ago
@yoniLavi if this was posted on CR it might likely be closed as off-topic because of the statement "[I] am having difficulties understanding the structure" which is not congruent with "We expect you, as the author, to understand why the code is written the way that it is." from CR's help center page What topics can I ask about here?Sᴀᴍ Onᴇᴌᴀ 16 secs ago
codereview.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/5777/… This question is out of scope there, as well. — Prune 51 secs ago
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Q: HashSet without collision

devil0108I have written a custom HashSet and though it isn't completed yet (this code does not consider test cases with collisions), I would like to know if there is anything I can improve in areas of clean code conventions and logic errors. Kindly review my code. Thanks in advance. import java.util.Arra...

2:07 AM
Q: Algo for generating a fake, but feasable, dataset

CrovesSo, I was working on a dashboard for a potential customer and I needed a fake dataset with employee information to demonstrate. Mainly, I needed to know when the employee arrived the company (first swipe), when he left (last swipe) and the hours he spent in many other areas of the company (ORC is...

2:27 AM
Q: Cartesian product in racket (Is append-map okay?)

BrainFRZI've read several places that say it's really bad to use append, and I understand why. I read somewhere that it was never even correct to use append. However, I was working on a textbook exercise that asked me to write a Cartesian product function, and I couldn't think of any other easy way than ...

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Q: Implementing a URL Builder

Nisan Abeywickramapublic class URLBuilder { StringBuffer api_url; final String AND = "&"; private String API_KEY; String parameter; public void setAPI_KEY(String API_KEY) { this.API_KEY = API_KEY; } public void setCity_name(String cityname) { parameter = "q="+ cityname; } public void setCity_id(Stri...

This would probably be better suited to codereview with a larger sample of code, so we can have a better idea of what you're trying to do. — v25 18 secs ago
3:58 AM
Welcome, but this is off-topic for Stack Overflow; try codereview.stackexchange.comkaya3 18 secs ago
4:51 AM
Q: Basic implicit tree implementation in Java

Victor SI tried starting off with something like below. Note that traversal etc. is not included, this is the portion for storage and modifications. It feels like this could be much more elegant at places but not exactly sure how. I'm mainly trying to improve how the code almost repeats for getters and s...

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Q: Most Efficient way to return merged string

BeckiDIm stacked on this interview question. Most Efficient way to return merged string const systemPorts = '11000-11001, 11100-11101, 12000-12010, 13000'; const customerports = '11000-11003, 11100-11106, 12000-12015, 13000-13003'; function mergedPorts (systemPorts, cust...

Q: Pong game in Python with tkinter (With score)

SrivathsPrevious question: Pong game in Python with tkinter This code is almost same as the last code, but it also has a score system. But it also has a few more bugs and takes more time to run. Code: from tkinter import Tk from random import choice import os def clear(): os.system('cls' if os.na...

6:12 AM
Q: Python anagram solver - setting max word size

TheIronToeI have an anagram solver but there's no way to set the number of words contained in a single string. If I have the anagram 'ellholordw' I want to be able to tell it to look for all permutations containing exactly two words, one of which will end up being "hello world". Can anybody help me? (Pytho...

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Q: Tic Tac Toe Game in Python 3

Brijesh KalkaniI made this as a personal challenge. It seems to work fine as I can't find any bugs and am happy with how it runs, but I am interested in what I should do to make the code more professional.This code was tested in Python 3.7.4. class TicTacToe: def __init__(self): self.p1 = '\U00002B...

8:40 AM
possible answer invalidation by LittleEwok on question by LittleEwok: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/232063/revisions
8:55 AM
Q: How do I make my code more understandable?

ApelsinovaI have simple logic with many if's and boolean (my switch). The point is that Additional_det_Id__c has a higher priority than Clients__c. So I have to check first of all Additional_det_Id__c, and just then Clients__c. I want to make my code more understandable. How can I do it? My code: public ...

9:35 AM
Q: PHP: Succint and scalable function to get what financial year we are in

pee2peeI have the below private function yearMenu() { $m = date('m'); $y = date('Y'); if (($m>3 && $y==2019) || ($m<4 && $y==2020)){ $menu = 1; } if (($m>3 && $y==2020) || ($m<4 && $y==2021)){ $menu = 2; } if (($m>3 && $y==2021) || ($m<4 && $y==2022)){ ...

Q: Minesweeper Javascript (yes, another one)- JS Beginner, fully functional incl HTML and CSS

dan-elso, i created my first JavaScript program and i feel its all over the place. I just started it without thinking too much about it. Now, i am quite sure i should have used OO style. Also, it seems there is a lot of repetetive code. Anyway, as this is my first JS project i would be thankfull for ev...

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This question is more suitable here: codereview.stackexchange.comSebastian Kaczmarek 52 secs ago
10:05 AM
I hope your legal team uses the right pronouns, otherwise you'll be forced to remove their privileges... — ChatterOne 12 hours ago
@Duga Yes.
Tell me -- what is the benefit of catching the exception (an exceptional, often fatal, condition unless properly handled) and just printing the stack trace? Hint: NEVER do that. If I would have seen such code in production, I'd raise a code review alert. Printing a stack trace and just moving on is not handling an exceptional condition. — amn 47 secs ago
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Q: My CR karma raised about 6000 points, what happened?

coderoddeMy karma in Code Review was two days ago around 16400+. Now it is 22700+. What happened here? I received my 8th golden badge; might it be responsible for that? Also, there is no any indication from which answers or questions those points came.

10:40 AM
@Feeds Somewhat later than expected, but that question was bound to be asked.
Q: Perfomance of python pandas code that iterate for every row, check 15 next rows and save result value to new column in same dataframe

Se GuI made a python pandas code that iterate for every row, check 15 next rows and save result value to new column in same dataframe: # initialize list of lists data = [['tom', 100], ['nick', 150], ['juli', 140], ['ann', 300]] # Create the pandas DataFrame dataset = pd.DataFrame(data, column...

Q: Merge port ranges

konijnThis is an interview question. Take a list of strings that represent port ranges like these: const systemPorts = '11000-11001, 11100-11101, 12000-12010, 13000'; const customerports = '11000-11003, 11100-11106, 12000-12015, 13000-13003'; And return a merged list of ports in the form of a stri...

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I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it belongs on codereview.stackexchange.comluk2302 57 secs ago
You'll want to use a code review site, rather than Stack Overflow. See hereSimonC 42 secs ago
11:30 AM
possible answer invalidation by Brijesh Kalkani on question by Brijesh Kalkani: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/232429/revisions
11:50 AM
possible answer invalidation by Brijesh Kalkani on question by Brijesh Kalkani: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/232429/revisions
12:31 PM
The rep increase is because of a network-wide mechanic change.
12:46 PM
If your code works as intended and you're looking for it to be critiqued, please post it to codereview.stackexchange.com. — jsheeran 12 secs ago
1:20 PM
for reviews of working (!) code there is codereview.stackexchange.comformerlyknownas_463035818 52 secs ago
Also, I don't think I'll be staying very long here.
The state of the network is dissapointing.
1:51 PM
@FreezePhoenix Do you know of a better place?
2:13 PM
Q: Design a native video buffer in C++ to be shown on android application and shared with other modules in native space and Java

Eliran NoachI'm working on a design for a video buffer in C++ that will be used by many consumers both in the native library space(C++) as well as Java side using JNI. My Idea is the following: have a buffer manager that will receive frames directly from the hardware and allocate each frame only once on the...

This may be appropriate for codereview.stackexchange.com (read their guidelines first), there's certainly not much to answer here for SO. — deceze ♦ 48 secs ago
2:58 PM
@RasmusWesterlundh As your code works and you only want feedback on the implementation codereview.stackexchange.com might be a better place to ask such a question. — mbx 33 secs ago
If anyone knows Angular, I just posted a low-hanging fruit.
@4shwin_26 For a simple program like this, there's probably not much to do. One thing is to modify the time the program sleeps based on how much time until the alarm. For example: if the alarm is 1 hour away, sleep for 59 minutes but if the alarm is 5 min sleep for 4 minutes, etc. Note there is another site, Code Review, where you can post working code and have others review it and offer suggestions. — Johnny Mopp 27 secs ago
To give hints about things I'm not sure I did right or not; do I have too many "smart" components?
Am I using the flex-layout component correctly?
Do I have too many modules?
Could my file structure be cleaned up?
(I didn't mention these directly in the post, because I've noticed when I do, people tend to focus obsessively on those points and skip the rest.)
3:14 PM
Q: Construct mirror vector around the centre element in c++

AlexMy issue that I was trying to solve was constructing a vector where the values were mirrored around the central element. The problem is here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/58876916/construct-mirror-vector-around-the-centre-element-in-c I solved the issue using the method in the accepted an...

Q: Flashcard Website

Hosch250In my endeavor to learn Angular, I've created a flashcard site with an F#/Mongo backend. As I'm new to Angular, I'm going to post everything; any and all feedback is welcome. First, some pictures of it in action: This is the home page. The dropdown on the left (or top) allows you to filter the ...

Q: Refactoring code to implement clean code using repositories

FullerPrimeI've been refactoring code today, try to implement a clean code setup using repositories. Is this on track? Can any improvements be made? public class IndexModel : PageModel { private readonly MembershipFormRepository _membershipFormRepository; private readonly IMembershipFormViewModelSe...

This question may be more appropriate for codereview.stackexchange.comjaco0646 36 secs ago
4:06 PM
A question that's literally asking for code review might be better suited for codereview.stackexchange.comtobias_k 27 secs ago
Thanks @tobias_k. Moved the question it to the suggested site. codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/232454/…ben 9 secs ago
Q: ClientFactory-pattern, Dependency Injection and HttpClient SocketExhaustion in dotnet Core

Rasmus Westerlundh I initially posted this on Stackoverflow but was recommended to try here instead. I'm looking for feedback on why the implementation of my ClientFactory is probably bad, from a Dependency Injection-point of view. My code below works. I know how to implement a named/typed client. Y...

Q: HTTPUrlConnection code optimization

benI have this below code where i am sending some content over a POST and then consuming the response. I would like to know if there can be any optimizations that can be done and is there any possibility of connection leak. String out; HttpURLConnection connection = null; try { ...

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did everyone get an increase? and does it show in your timeline? <-- talking about Question Rep
@rolfl I thought zombies didn't have brains anymore which is why they want to eat them.
How's the boat doing?
@Malachi Everyone with questions got an increase, I didn't check back far enough to see if it showed in the timeline.
Q: Ruby code to parse and analyze social media stats in json format

american-ninja-warriorWhat do you think about this code I wrote. It reads several json files ( I attached them as pastebins) and the code outputs summary information calculated from the input. # 1) calculate the # engagement rate from the first JSON file (the user's Instagram media) # - Calculate the average number o...

@pacmaninbw oh, it probably won't show a spike, but at the time of the vote....
@Malachi you got special powers and can look at the change that everyone got
nice ... you gained 2345 rep from that :D
@Malachi I have about 15 questions spread over a 4 year period, in the tiny graph it doesn't really show.
4:50 PM
The latest in Geek humour from Googlers:
Google to launch new Consumer Banking system, code-named "Project Cache"
Q: How do I fill the image and text so that size of the window doesn't affect the position

4shwin_26from tkinter import * import pygame import time pygame.init() def alarm_time(): hrs = int(hrs_opt_ctrl.get()) min = int(min_opt_ctrl.get()) tme = tme_ctrl.get() if hrs == int(time.strftime('%I')) and min == int(time.strftime('%M')) and tme == time.strftime('%p'): pygame.mi...

@CaptainObvious feature request
@Vogel612 how did it go with your GF ? Could she prevent the exmatriculation?
yeap :)
5:02 PM
@Vogel612 2345 lol
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Q: a c++ ring buffer using some c++ 17 and coming c++ 20 std::span

dev65when I heard about then new linux io interface io_uring I searched about the ring buffer I then thought I may replace my safe queue which is base on c++ 11 std::queue with a ring buffer to avoid repeated memory allocation during producing and consuming the packets between threads so I wanted to...

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Many of the downsides mentionned here can be mitigated by shelving (mostly code review and context switching) — bkqc 35 secs ago
@CaptainObvious There is a portion of this question that seems hypothetical, not sure if it should be closed or not.
6:27 PM
@EthanDavis : consider codereview.stackexchange.com for constructive feedback when you cleaned up your current implementation. Your code is not too bad and a good starting point for a refactoring. — Peter Schneider 48 secs ago
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Q: Difficulty reading .txt data when running Stable Marriage algorithm in Java

Roberto MonteiroI am new to Java and am trying to execute the code of the stable pairing algorithm Gale Shapley, but when executing the code below, the following error appears: java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: Index -1 out of bounds for length 3 at br.com.entrada.GaleShapley.calcMatches(GaleShapley...

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If you want someone to suggest improvements/alternate approaches, code review is the place to go: codereview.stackexchange.comTim Lewis 6 secs ago
Hello, you might find better help at codereview.stackexchange.com instead, which is specialized in code reviews. :) — Sync 28 secs ago
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Q: what is the correct way to pass 3 where () conditions in the same function, multiple filters | eloquente - laravel

Macedo_Montalvãosee: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/58882690/what-is-the-correct-way-to-pass-3-where-conditions-in-the-same-function-mult/58883277?noredirect=1#comment104033826_58883277 to better understand based on laravel's documentation, I came up with the following result: public function loadpage(...

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Q: Blob data from Oracle to .zip file using python

aditya singhI have been trying to get the blob data from oracle into a zip file using Python. I couldn't find the answer on any of the other links. Below is the code:- import cx_Oracle import numpy as np import pandas as pd con = cx_Oracle.connect("OPT", "OPT", "INDLIN1234:1521/OPTEPC1") cursor = con.cursor...

Q: How would I fix this sliding puzzle code to meet the needs of my assignment?

jango2447I was working on a solution to the sliding puzzle but I just needed help fixing up this code to meet the assignment instructions. The assignment goes as follows: Each 8-puzzle has tiles labeled 1-8 and one empty space denoted by a 0. The commands given signify where you should attempt to move the...

Stack overflow is really aimed more at problems or non-working code. Code Review is the site for how to improve working code — G. Anderson 10 secs ago
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Q: Adding values to FormData - javascript

Roxy'Prolet formData = new FormData(); formData.append('File', document.file); formData.append('DocumentType', document.documentType); product = { ...values, productType: productT, }; for (var key in product) { if (key != 'createdDate' && key != 'expirationDate') { formData....

@CaptainObvious ~sigh ... didn't even attempt to do the assignment apparently ...
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Q: Productivity/Timer app that uses twilio to send SMS-reminders

Red Mango-1 I wrote a timer app in python using both twilio and the timer module; sends an sms to my phone after a certain amount of time has passed. While it works without a doubt, I wanted to gather some ideas/opinions on how to improve my program for efficiency, readability, etc... Open to all sugges...

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Q: Naming convention when converting between types?

dochoffidayIf I have a method where the input is a list of integers, and within that method I convert the list to a list of strings, what is the best way to name the new list? For example (using C#): public void DoSomething(IEnumerable<int> cheeseburgerToppingIds) { var cheeseburgerToppingIdsAsStrings...

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You should take this to codereview.stackexchange.com. Before you do that, however, look up the Java keyword "static." To paraphrase a line from a favorite film: "You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." — MarsAtomic 48 secs ago

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