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If you post on CR please read _How do I ask a good question? _ first - in the current form, this post would need a title that describes what the code does instead of review goals, and might be considered off-topic due to lack of description — Sᴀᴍ Onᴇᴌᴀ 27 secs ago
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Q: How to use For loop in python?

Ankush KumarI want a for loop that can print out srting value if any item in list is of string data type, how it can be possible ? I am running below code: mylist = [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,'anku','vipan'] for hello in mylist: if hello % 2 ==0: print(f"Even number:{hello}")...

 
2:10 AM
This belongs on code review — Claire 36 secs ago
 
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Q: How to store first and second values from the input field for calculator jQuery?

passionI am building a simple calculator with jQuery. I can append the value to the screen and when the user clicked the operator the first values are clear or empty. My question is how to store first and second values from the input field to use those values to perform the calculation. $(document).r...

 
 
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Q: Singleton Design Pattern implementation in a not traditional way

pejmanFor implementing Singleton we can use Traditional way like this Article, but i think that to write it in another way: public class Person { private static Person personInstance; static Person() { personInstance = new Person(); } private Person() { } public stat...

 
5:50 AM
Monking
 
6:21 AM
For code review, you can go to codereview.stackexchange.com which is more relevant to your question. — catcon 14 secs ago
 
6:32 AM
Really sorry for that guys, didn't know about the codereview.stackexchange.com and yes udemy course is crap written... Time to read the documentation for PHP. — Mati 50 secs ago
@catcon That's your opinion, there's nothing on the Code Review meta supporting that that is indeed how answers should be written. Hence I'm not convinced it's a good referral for this question. — Mast 23 secs ago
 
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Q: HTTP Delete,Put,Get,Post REQUEST java-ee RESTful services JPA CDI EJB

new_user15mil2I am creating introduction app to java ee and APIs of java ee and i want know if my code is ok (like its working but if it could be done better) and what should i avoid in future package sk.studenthosting.simec.API; import javax.ws.rs.ApplicationPath; import javax.ws.rs.core.Application; @Appl...

 
7:40 AM
possible answer invalidation by Davichete on question by Davichete: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/226602/revisions
 
@Duga seems ok
 
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Q: Posting images from request to Azure blob

Eugene SukhI have base Controller for Attachments, here is code of it In this controller, I pass data from the request and return URL of the posted object. public class ApiAttachmentControllerBase<T> : PM101MobileApiController where T : Entity<int> { private readonly IObjectStorageManager _storageMana...

 
If the code works fine, please consider posting at Code ReviewWiktor Stribiżew 1 min ago
Feedback on correct code can be gotten on codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/swiftielyamani 1 min ago
The StackOverflow questions are about solving specific problems (as said in the put on hold message). You will not find here people willing to provide you a code from scratch. You should write some code from a fresh start and if it was not to work, then you could ask about your problem here. Otherwise, I think Code Review would be a better place for you to ask how to improve your code. — Benoît 40 secs ago
 
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Q: Function to get current value or default from a string of two values

t3chb0tI have SQL scripts that I want to be executable directly in the editor and also in automated integration tests. However, in each use-case they require different environment and version parameters. I cannot use string_split because we use an ancient SQL Server 2012. In order to differentiate betw...

 
 
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Q: How can I reduce the execution time to generate my graph using plotly in python?

Jeremy HerbertI've created a simple data visualization in python that shows the movement of refugees around the world. The code works but I feel it is a bit slow. it takes about 10 s (on my hardware at least) to generate the plot. I'm using a python graphing library called plotly to create the graphics. The us...

 
10:41 AM
Monking
 
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it belongs at Code ReviewJoakim Danielson 5 secs ago
@JoakimDanielson its time complexity question and should not go to the code review. — Arefe 49 secs ago
 
10:59 AM
 
Kaz
@DerKommissar It's a weird age. Someone asked me how old I was the other day and I had to think about it and ended up saying 26. I'm actually 25 (for another 7 weeks anyway).
 
You may follow this thread for ideas - codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/101574/…mishsx 6 secs ago
I lead a small team of about 6 devs, and we have hardcore code reviews (as we write a crucial piece of infrastructure). I can tell you that the simplicity of the language makes reviews a breeze—compared to those "let's have everything and a kitchen sink" languages. Specifically, I came to Go exactly for the stance of its dev. team to gear the language towards software engeneering, which is a practice concerned with team work and long-term support of the code base. I recommend you to read this intro to "the why's" of Go. — kostix 8 secs ago
 
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Q: RPG Map Initialization

WeaponGod243I am working on an RPG in Java and I am using a tile-based map. The characters will not be building, so I will not need to store the maps outside of the game, but I feel as if there is a more efficient way to initialize my maps. public static int[][] spawnWorld = { { 14, 14, 14, 14, ...

 
12:20 PM
@TheMaster edited the post and added my code Can you please release the onhold? Can you explain why this kind of question better suited to codereview? thanks — sale108 53 secs ago
 
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Q: How do I re-write 3 for loops into one function

NilsI am building a color sorting machine using a Arduino uno and a TCS3200 color sensor. I have a code that is working perfectly fine however I feel like the code could be a bit more clean seeing that I am using 3 almost identical for loops. Could anyone help me re-write these 3 for loops into one l...

 
Cast my reopen vote. You'd still need 2 more votes to re-open. I'm still of the opinion that this question is better suited to codereview. — TheMaster 8 secs ago
Please add the Map code with ${fname}_${lname} to the question. Also, codereview.stackexchange.com might be a better option if you already have working code. — adiga 50 secs ago
 
@Kaz Close enough? Yeah, it's weird for me too mostly because it's that age when you're like "shoot, I need to start acting like a real adult."
 
1:20 PM
@DerKommissar Damn, there is an age for that?
 
@MathiasEttinger Seems to be, at least in my experience (so far).
 
This is probably a question for codereview.stackexchange.com — cameron1024 just now
 
2:01 PM
Greetings, Programs.
 
2:15 PM
Okay, so you've described what you're trying to do and what you've done - and the results look like I'd expect them to look. Are you trying to describe an actual problem with the code you've got, or are you just looking for code review? If it's the latter, codereview.stackexchange.com might be more appropriate. — Jon Skeet 30 secs ago
 
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Q: (Follow-up) Possible Solution for Zombies : The Brainstorm

IEatBagelsThis is a follow-up to this post. We currently have 6022 unanswered questions + some others with zero score answers. In order to find ideas, I propose that we post ideas here on how to reduce the zombie count. The most popular ones could be tried.

 
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is a request for codereview — Jamiec 13 secs ago
 
2:27 PM
@TheMaster I really don't mind post it there.. I used the mini-tutorial when posting this thread - and it specifically includes "do you have a question regarding an algorithm" as an indicator that this question is suitable to overflow.. If you don't mind explain me the difference? thanks! any way to delete this post and then reopen in codereview without affecting my reputation? — sale108 33 secs ago
possible answer invalidation by hunter.logan on question by hunter.logan: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/226523/revisions
We have no control over what other companies point to.Stackoverflow is a Q/A site.We fix code. We review minimal code that is specifically focussed on a subject.See minimal reproducible example.Performance of your code isn't our main concern. We do answer questions regarding performance, but your question might be better received at codereview,which was set up for the explicit purpose of reviewing already written code.If this post opens up, wait for answers. If not, post it there. If it's not against any rule, you can simultaneously post there.Your question was closed for the explicit lack of any code. — TheMaster 47 secs ago
To be clear, Codereview was just a suggestion. — TheMaster 27 secs ago
 
2:57 PM
Alternatively @IEatBagels @Peilonrayz you could discuss in here...
@Peilonrayz We're in meta, I think it's worth a try :p Worst case scenario, it'll be moved to a chatroom where we could continue — IEatBagels 4 mins ago
after all that's what this room is here for :)
 
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Q: how can i refactor code below to get rid of redundant code?

NishantI have below code. Some of the return types required in class ABC and DEF are common. Is there a way, I can put the logic from getFunctions class of ABC and getFunctions class of DEF in PQR and possibly get rid of HIJ class? class ABC(){ @Inject private HIJ hij; private EnumSet<BusinessFu...

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Q: How should I instantiate a class using composition with Laravel IOC container?

flyingL123I have an Analytics class that performs some actions to compile analytics data. Here is that class: <?php namespace App\Analytics\StockMoves; use Exception; use App\Order; use Carbon\Carbon; use App\StockableItem; use App\Odoo\Contracts\Client as Odoo; use Illuminate\Support\Facades\Storage; u...

 
Julia Silge on August 22, 2019

In March of this year, we launched the Ask Question Wizard, the biggest change to the question asking experience on Stack Overflow in our ten years’ existence. People have been using the wizard for about six months now, so let’s explore how many people have used it, what its impact has been, and where we’re going from here. We have seen some encouraging improvements in question quality, and we can use what we’ve learned to improve question asking more broadly.

What is this wizard? The wizard presents an alternate question-asking mode that we call guided mode, offerin …

 
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Q: Pythonic Substring Anagram Index

Cooper MelgreenI'm working on improving my Python skills and have been doing a daily code problem. For the problem: Given a word W and a string S, find all starting indices in S which are anagrams of W Is there more efficient/pythonic solution than the code I wrote? Storing the queue as a list and casting it ...

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Q: overload c++ enum class operators and enable check value set

dev65I use c++ 11 enum class usually instead of the old enums because many enums can contain the same value but as known they don't have the bitwise operators out of the box so we should define them manually in windows it's already done for us with this macro in windows.h header : DEFINE_ENUM_FLAG_O...

 
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Monking
 
 
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5:16 PM
Woot I managed to make my graph :D Interestingly either COD (big orange circle) or our memes (big yellow circle) are our 'most authoritative' posts when factoring in comment links.
 
@Peilonrayz Am I colourblind? Because I don't see a number in there.
 
No it doesn't show the numbers, 🙁
 
Ah, I thought you were trying something like this:
It's a very shiny graph. No clue what it says, but it's a very shiny graph.
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Are colours tags? Activity? Authoritiveness?
 
5:31 PM
Haha, they do look odly similar. Yeah the other views make the distance between nodes massive and so makes the node seem tiny.
Currently it's some magic that groups close nodes, but yeah I'm planning on adding the tag data. Hopefully it'll show me possible questions that are missing tags
 
Fancy
 
6:19 PM
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it should be on codereview. — TheIncorrigible1 27 secs ago
 
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Q: Bank class fixing?

Werido101I'm not quite sure how to fix all of the errors in this code. There are only 4 errors in here just not sure how to fix them. Help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! // Lab10st.java // The Deluxe Bank Class // This is the driving file for the <Bank> class used in Lab 10. // The only changes...

 
 
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8:35 PM
Monking
wow there are a few adult+ & elderly zombies in the close queue...
 
If you want help improving working code you should post this on CodeReview.SE. If you do decide to do so please delete the question here. — NathanOliver 37 secs ago
 
@rachetfreak It might be interesting to note that both the question and the answer would have been better on stack overflow rather than code review codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/226622/….
 
@CaptainObvious off-topic: asking about how to implement a new feature
 
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Q: Is there a readable declerative \ functional way of evaluating a polynomial in vanilla c++?

Mr.WorshipMeI've devised a nice beginners exercise when teaching programming: evaluate any polynomial for a certain x, given x and a container with coefficients. In python this amounts to: def polynomial(coeffs, x): return sum(coeff * x ** power for power, coeff in enumerate(coeffs)) of course, m...

 
@SᴀᴍOnᴇᴌᴀ Some are almost antiques.
 
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Q: Modeling and computing intersection between continuous intervals

TrauerI created the class ContinuousDimensionInterval, to model a interval of a continuou dimension interval, presented below. namespace Minotaur.Math.Dimensions { using System; public sealed class ContinuousDimensionInterval: IDimensionInterval { public int DimensionIndex { get; } ...

 
 
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This is more appropriate for codereview.stackexchange.com — chepner 39 secs ago
For improving existing code, Code Review Stack Exchange (codereview.stackexchange.com) is a good option — Andrew Fan 31 secs ago
 
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Q: Finding and Sorting The Amounts of Emails With Respect to Domain - Python

DEMACIAAAAAAA-My code: import re mbox = open('mailbox.txt') ndict = {} for line in mbox: y = re.findall('From [^ ].*@([^ ]*)', line) if y: if y[0] in ndict: ndict[y[0]] += 1 else: ndict[y[0]] = 1 print_list = [print(i) for i in sorted([(i, ndict[i]) for i in ...

 
11:44 PM
@CaptainObvious What a profile description :O
 
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Q: Please help a newbie become more concise

creariosI was wondering if someone would be able to help me become more concise with a little exercise I set myself in Python. I wrote some code to return how many prime numbers are given in a specific range as well as the what the primes are (along with telling you whether the number of primes is also a...

 
Very interesting data. Wonder what the future holds for this feature on non-SO sites
(also Monking!)
 
@Feeds FYI, that was posted like 6 hours ago by a bot @Phrancis
 
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Yeah, I don't understand the graphs. But they said it made 5% more good questions and 20% less bad ones, which seems pretty good in and by itself.
 
11:57 PM
@Peilonrayz Especially considering the sheer unbelievable volume of questions SO get constantly
 
I hope SE keep trying to move the way they were talking about (may have been a different blog post, IDK) where the system guides the user. Rather than being dumped into what is SO and having a horrible IPS experience.
 

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