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REFRESH! There are 7883 unanswered questions (89.2862 answered)
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If the code works and you're looking for advice on improving it, Code Review is the appropriate place. But see codereview.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/5777/… first. — Barmar 6 secs ago
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Q: reactjs: if-else condition inside a functional component

yongchangWhat I am trying to do is setting the column variable according to the value pass from my App.js. Right now it is doing what I expect it to do, but in terms of code wise, the if-else block looks very clutter and kinda inefficient. Is there a way to make it less clutter and more efficient? display...

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Google track which scopes your application requests when authenticating. Double-check the scopes your application uses via a source code review. I believe you can delete scopes in the console. An alternative is to delete the OAuth Client and create a new one. Then submit for approval. — John Hanley just now
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that's all well and good, you even got some code with you! so... whats the problem? if you are asking someone to review your code, move this question to codereview.stackexchange.comgawkface 47 secs ago
If you are saying that your code works and you just want it reviewed, maybe you should try Code Review Stack Exchange. — Abra 26 secs ago
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Q: How to make some keyword in vscode to be italicized

Anant GuptaSo my friend & I are programming in Python. He has a code in python so here it goes: Somewhere in between some keywords like in def, there is some italicization. How can I get this too? I am currently using Arch Linux with vscode 1.61.2 with Jetbrains Mono font. Here is my current behaviour Like...

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Q: Assign determisitic Orcish names for debugging

Neilorchish Large volumes of unlabelled data are hard to visualize when debugging; I find it difficult to keep track of the pointers in memory. I have used this code to assign Orcish names, (it's a name because I capitalized the first letter.) I use it initialized in the data type itself (orchish), o...

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This seems OK but might be better suited on CodeReviewProfessor Abronsius 18 secs ago
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I’m voting to close this question because it belongs on sister site, Code Review Stack Exchange. — Basil Bourque 34 secs ago
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Welcome to Stack Overflow! Before you post at Code Review, make sure to read A guide to Code Review for Stack Overflow users, as some things are done differently over there - e.g. question titles should simply say what the code does, as the question is always, "How can I improve this?". Be sure that the code works correctly; include your unit tests if possible. You'll likely get some suggestions on making it more efficient, easier to read, and better tested. — Toby Speight 10 secs ago
This is better asked at softwareengineering or codereview. — luk2302 22 secs ago
@Anders, it's not suitable for Code Review, as it's not finished. Once the rewrite into functional style is completed, then it can be reviewed, but requests to rewrite code are specifically off-topic. — Toby Speight 45 secs ago
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Q: What should our help centre say about rewrite requests?

Toby SpeightRequests to re-write code in a different idiom or using different libraries are problematic. Like all Stack Exchange sites, askers are expected to have attempted to solve their own problem before asking, rather than posting "gimme da codez". Do we believe we could help askers by reminding them u...

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Q: Game of Life in Typescript

TKoLJust a toy project to learn typescript. I haven't made it interactive in any way, though I think I've programmed it in a way where making it interactive should be fairly straight forward: // Any live cell with two or three live neighbours survives. // Any dead cell with three live neighbours beco...

Q: Open addressing linear probing hash map

JulStratHere is my wheel. strmap - C string hash map. Main goal - create usable and simple alternative to hcreate_r, hdestroy_r, hsearch_r GNU extensions. I am looking for general review of my code. But any other suggestion and criticism (functionality, usability, code style, performance, memory usage, ....

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This is not a question for StackOverflow. You don’t have a technical problem with your code, so we can’t provide a technical answer. Maybe try posting this on: codereview.stackexchange.comD.Zotov just now
Don't post screenshots of code: stackoverflow.com/help/how-to-ask and this is more of a question for codereview.stackexchange.com I'd say. — ConnorTJ 59 secs ago
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@Mast Sometimes I wonder if the OPs can read at all.
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@pacmaninbw With some of them I'm convinced they know how to but simply don't want to.
Q: Check if times cross using integers

DomI need to check if times A cross with times B using integers and a 24hour clock. Times that are the same don't count as crossing, but meeting. For example: 16, 20 and 14, 18 (startA, endA and startB and endB) would return true as these times do cross, however, 14, 16 and 16, 20 meet but don't cro...

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Without any code it is impossible to know what is happening. Furthermore for code improvements i'd suggest going to https://codereview.stackexchange.com/Reyno 44 secs ago
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Before you post at Code Review, make sure to read A guide to Code Review for Stack Overflow users, as some things are done differently over there - e.g. question titles should simply say what the code does, as the question is always, "How can I improve this?". Be sure that the code works correctly; include your unit tests if possible. You'll likely get some suggestions on making it more efficient, easier to read, and better tested. One thing that's not different is that code should be directly in the question, not linked as image. — Toby Speight 32 secs ago
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Thanks @TobySpeight for knocking out this 5.5 year old zombie
No problem - it was an enjoyable review. I have a few more in my queue (just like everyone's...).
I still have space for a few more Revival badges on my wall...
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Q: Implementation of an entity component system in c++

Wojak2121I tried to write a simple entity component system for my game engine. Each scene will have an EntityManager. It will create entities and add or remove components from them. An entity will be destroyed if its isAlive flag is set to false. Example usage class Position : public Component { Posit...

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Q: C++11(14/17/20) Thread Management

pdmI'm implementing something of a thread janitor in modern C++. What I've got works, and while it's not organized in the way I'd like yet, I'd like some feedback on the fundamentals. Thank you in advance for any and all pointers. =) All of the threads (including main() in order to signal program en...

Q: Get Interval by specific value from List using JAVA 8

AkramFirst let talk about my problem: Assumed i have a list like [{10,18}, {19,25}, {26,50}] and i want to get object where int value = 22 i will going to get second object {19,25}, but if int value = 55 i want to get this object {26,50}. My code work fin but i want a review. I have a class Demo like...

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Are you saying your code works? If you are looking for optimisations, then maybe it would be better suited for Code Review... but follow their guidelines. — trincot 45 secs ago
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Q: Avoid extra memory allocation by String.Replace()

Adam ShakhabovGiven a list of strings paragraphs and words. Check each paragraphs's item for containing words's item as a substring. In the case of positive, replace all characters of this substring on 'x'. I do it in the following way: // In production, words.Length ~500 var words = new List<string> { "te...

Since this is a school assignment- convert the double to a string, then take the substring of the proper size, round it appropriately , then convert back to a double. But remember if you ever did that in the real world you'd have the code review immediately rejected, it's horrible code. — Gabe Sechan 42 secs ago
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Q: Split List<String[]> into List<List<String[]>>

Harshit DangWe have a list of string arrays i.e. List<String[]> (which we got from a csv) which follows the hierarchy: 0000 3000 5000 5000 5000 . . . 3900 3000 5000 5000 5000 . . . 3900 9999 As you can see, it will always start with 0000 and end with 9999 (think...

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Apologies for making the question so vague. I had oversimplied my intended problem statement through this question. I have added a new question with my REAL PROBLEM STATEMENT. I have tried to make it as thorough as possible. Any help would be greatly appreciated. codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/269471/…Harshit Dang 21 secs ago
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These may be of interest: codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/28207/… and stackoverflow.com/questions/51022381/…. But this may be the best. It computes all distances between two arrays. You them look for the minimum output for a given input position in the array. See docs.scipy.org/doc/scipy/reference/generated/…fmw42 54 secs ago
Q: Sudoku sequence solver for non-standard constraints

JS LavertuThis script is designed to help solve sequences in Sudoku puzzles with variant constraints (ex: Thermometer, Renban, etc.). Summary The user specifies the constraints they want applied as well as the sequence length. All sequences of that length are then generated and the code eliminates the one...


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