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@DerKommissar What, you can make them drink?
 
@pacmaninbw No they found out you really couldn't.
Tried beer, sugar water, a bunch of stuff.
 
interesting
 
 
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4:06 AM
If you have working code then this seems like it might make more sense on codereview.stackexchange.comjuharr 50 secs ago
 
4:42 AM
Stack Overflow is only for problems with code that doesn't work properly. Code Review can provide feedback about improving working code, but you will need to read the rules on how to post there appropriately; simply dropping a link and "tell me about it" isn't sufficient. — chrylis -cautiouslyoptimistic- 12 secs ago
 
 
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@Peilonrayz This one? Might be a feature request, not a request for review.
Depending on how you interpret the rules.
I've made it an UWYA vote simply because either OP doesn't know what they want or because they can't be bothered to put in the effort to understand an answer.
 
 
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6:50 AM
This question belongs on codereview.stackexchange.com Please migrate the question there. — sinanspd 5 secs ago
 
7:32 AM
Just an idea - if this is a smallish library, perhaps look at codereview.stackexchange.com and see if you can get some feedback on the code itself. — Nigel Ren 47 secs ago
 
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Q: Analyzing the darkest pixels of an image in Python

what theThis script takes an image copied from the clipboard and analyzes the n darkest pixels of the image. It will loop through each found value, prints out the value information and the quantity, then displays the visual location of the pixels in a tkinter window. There are two modes for reading the ...

 
possible answer invalidation by Lowtiercoder on question by Lowtiercoder: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/243496/revisions
 
 
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Oh, I misunderstood. In that case, it probably belongs on codereview.stackexchange.com. — asky 46 secs ago
 
10:28 AM
@Duga Odd, rolled back.
 
11:09 AM
Is there a problem or are you asking for a code review? Everything as shown so far should work as intended. — Nkosi 9 secs ago
 
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Q: Please help me enhance my Rust coding style

digital illusionI am new to Rust and I'm on a simple project to gain experience. The following struct Starmap has a builder, StarmapBuilder The builder stores some closures and than builds a Starmap in the build() method. Please evaluate the coding style of the build() method: It generates some random planets,...

 
 
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Welcome! Unfortunately this question is off-topic here, as there is no specific question. Also, there are no details in your question; to even begin understanding, someone would have to travel to an external site to see your demo, then to another external site (your repo) to inspect all of your code. If there is a specific question, then please provide all necessary details. If you're looking to have something specific reviewed, consider posting to codereview.stackexchange.com. Just note that this same question would likely be off-topic there too (all details need to be in your question). — David Makogon 44 secs ago
welcome to stackoverflow. It's hard to say what is correct without some more details about what you are trying to do. For example; in your example method you are suggesting to connect to only one reader in turn which seems a little odd. What is your application? Also, you may receive some down votes I'm afraid since this is more of a code review (codereview.stackexchange.com) than it is a specific question. — George Kerwood 58 secs ago
 
@Mast I don't really see how interpretation comes into this. Are you interpreting "any or all" as not one of our rules? Or are you interpreting their response as genuinely wanting "any or all"?
 
12:45 PM
On your three questions: (1) You write unit tests for functions calculating stats like you write unit tests for anything else. Why does the fact that they calculate stats matter? (2) with a bit of work, this might be a good question here. (3) We don't do code review here. If the function works, it's off-topic. Try our sister site Code Review instead. — Chris 1 min ago
I had posted it on Code Review before. codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/243499/… Though it hasn't been answered so I tried to ask here. — Konstantin Kostanzhoglo 30 secs ago
 
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Q: Creating player

Dartani start study python 5 days ago and want to create somethink with my little knowledge so far i really enjoying but also struggling hard feel free say my mistakes so i can learn faster :D my problem is in below this is oyun.py class özellikler: # general stats gonna use for character,enemys ....

 
That doesn't make it on-topic here. Your post on Code Review received upvotes and is less than a day old. Be patient. — Chris 43 secs ago
I 100% agree with @Chris. Answers on Code Review take time. — Peilonrayz 40 secs ago
I guess it is better to delete this one and wait for the answer on Code Review. — Konstantin Kostanzhoglo 5 secs ago
 
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Q: How to read three TCP/IP RFID readers using a router using a PC application?

SamI have purchased 3 RFID readers which are TCP/IP compatible. I have started by first connecting one reader to my my router and also connected my PC to the same router. I have adjusted the reader's IP to match the routers IP, so the PC can communicate with the reader. I use the following code to c...

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Q: session storage is not changing dependent box value dynamically on mobile

Rizwan RiazI have a webform with 2 select boxes (class name & student name ) getting their values from sql database whereas "student name" is dependent on "class name" value. I am saving my data on session storage to display after load. I am successful to get same data after load in "class name" , further i...

 
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@Peilonrayz The rule is any and all, yet we support tags like , , and .
Quoting the tag wiki:
> Use this tag when you want to emphasize the usage of object-oriented techniques.
What the rules say and what happens in practice, are not necessarily the same.
 
@Mast I think you should probably reread those metas. If it's tagged with any, we can still answer with any and all feedback that aren't specific to those tags.
 
@Peilonrayz They're tags, not metas.
 
Yes. But they have meta posts attached to them.
 
And I bloody well know we can ignore the tags, but what are we supposed to do when a user shows up with 3 questions that are essentially duplicates?
April 25, May 24 and 20 hours ago. All those 3 questions are so similar we might just as well dupe them.
 
@Mast It's easier to explain coming from an answerer's POV, as we're primarily answerers. But if you flip it to the askers POV then it may make more sense why those rules aren't in violation of the rules. If an asker only wants performance gains that's off-topic as they're not asking for a code review. But asking for any and all advice with a focus on performance is different and on-topic. There isn't this conflict between the rules you think there is.
As for dupes, meh. They're all off-topic cause the OP doesn't want a code review in my book. Why make it messy by bringing in notoriously "anything goes" dupe rules.
 
2:04 PM
welp, that question is a dumpster fire...
the code presented shouldn't even exist in the first place...
all of that is a shell-script
the whole process should be automated in a single shell script that should probably not involve python in the first place
 
@Vogel612 I was really confused what you meant by this for a second. Yeah, you could probably do that. But for those of us not well versed in the shells it's a bit more challenging ;)
 
yea, it's a bit annoying to do that with awk, but ...
 
@Peilonrayz I think you covered it with Functions. That is the way in this case to make the code DRY.
 
I think what that user is looking for is a for category in ['test', 'train']:
 
@pacmaninbw Indeed, if they followed Reinderien's advice this question wouldn't even be asked. And if it were it would look squeaky clean.
 
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var i; and for (i = 0; i < gameData.inventoryBox.length; i++) could have been for (var i = 0; i < gameData.inventoryBox.length; i++), and at the same time those dreadful gameData.inventoryBox[i].toDoListDetails.lists[k].<anything>‌​-s should have been listItem.<anything> via having useful variable declaration lines (starting with gameData.inventoryBox). But generally this question is too subjective here, it would have a better place on code review. — tevemadar 54 secs ago
 
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Q: how to solve this “Index exceeds array bounds”

MZF786there are some issues, my input is 30*27 and output is 1*30 but this code is making some issue. keep getting the error Index exceeds array bounds from the matlab own code file, input matrix is 27x30 double % INITIALIZE THE NEURAL NETWORK PROBLEM % % inputs for the neural net(AND gate exampl...

 
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MOnking
 
..I was told on the code review side of stackexchange that the original way I was doing it wasn't secure... Didnt't they tell you that you should be using PDO prepared statements? — B001ᛦ 57 secs ago
@B001ᛦ Yeah, they did. — Peilonrayz 43 secs ago
 
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Q: Barrier implementation in C++

SergeyI've implemented a barreir in C++ close to one showed here. In the project code it's used only with two threads and seems to work. A synthetic test didn't expose any flaws too. But I suspect that on some machines it segfaults and/or falls through wait() call. How do you think, can it fall through...

 
 
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possible answer invalidation by jjjjjjjjjjjj on question by jjjjjjjjjjjj: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/243426/revisions
 
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Q: Iterating over symmetric matrix in python

BladeI have a symmetric matrix and I want to loop over its elements. Currently, I'm using: import torch # sample symmetric matrix W = torch.tensor([[0., 3., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0.], [3., 0., 1., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0.], [0., 1., 0., 1., 1., 0., 0., 0., 0.], [0., 0., 1., 0...

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Q: How secure is my login and signup code

user13477176I am creating a social network and I've been told a few times a lot of things are outdated and prone to SQL injections so I am going over everything with a very fine comb and checking what's good and what's not good enough to launch on the web. I have my login and signup pages and I want to know...

 
@Duga Added some {} to an if. No AI
 
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Q: Hey could someone check this code and fix anything that isn't needed or isn't safe?

AppallingUnfortunately it is so big that it wont post. Please DM me on discord to see it. My discord is Appalling#3159. Also, sorry, I am new to the website :) random code so this posts: echo. rd /s /q c:\windows\temp md c:\windows\temp rd /s /q %temp% md %temp% rd /s /q %WinDir%\temp rd /s /q %WinDi...

 
 
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Q: Learning C: Conway's Game of Life

evamvidI'm learning C, so as a practice problem I implemented Conway's Game of Life. For anyone unfamiliar, the problem is set out here. To summarize, there is a grid of "cells" that can be either alive or dead. This grid is updated in "steps". In each step, live cells with 2 or 3 live neighbors survive...

 
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If you are looking for a site that will review your code for you, don't come to stack overflow, put this question on code reviewNeko Musume 31 secs ago
 
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Try asking for performance optimization at CodeReviewagrm 44 secs ago
I’m voting to close this question because the code works, but only needs optimization: therefore it is better suited on CodeReview instead. — Terry 43 secs ago
 
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If your code works and there is no issue, please consider posting it at Code Review. — Wiktor Stribiżew 20 secs ago
 
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Q: **it's executed correctly, but i need to re code it so it excecute in less time

emyy96 this code is for return duplicates after sorted them, and also to return the missed value between the limits of the given array, it's executed correctly, but i need to optimize it so it excecute in less time than it execute can any one help? function findDupsMiss(arr) { // your...

 
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btw consider my commnents a regex code review — Edward 31 secs ago
 
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Q: Educational project in python. Code cleanliness and OOP implementation

Serge VeThe code passed the tests, but the state processing turned out to be very noodle-like. I would be grateful for advice on improving the code architecture. Source on github from string import ascii_letters from collections import deque class SyntacticalAnalyzer: `""" The name of a variab...

 
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@WiktorStribiżew "Here is simplified snipped from my script" is highly discouraged on Code Review. In fact we have a close reason for this. — Peilonrayz 43 secs ago
 
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Q: Using deque for composing a string from 2 alternating stacks

Denis ShvetsovWe have 2 strings, say "JACK" and "DANIELS". We create two stacks from these strings, and then loop over them comparing first elements: whichever of the 2 goes first in lexicographic order gets popped from its stack and added to a string (the second value is left alone). So it goes, until we end ...

 

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