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REFRESH! There are 6718 unanswered questions (91.3068 answered)
 
@CaptainObvious MRC
 
This might be better suited for the Code Review Stack Exchange. — jared 55 secs ago
 
12:40 AM
Once it works you can get help making it better at codereview.stackexchange.com BUT it has to work first. They will ONLY help if the code works. — Martin York 52 secs ago
 
1:28 AM
There's a number of things here that can be improved, but the question isn't really suited for StackOverflow. You're not asking about a problem or focused improvement of the code, but are really more asking for a code review. Those can be had here codereview.stackexchange.com but don't belong on StackOverflow. — Grismar 47 secs ago
@Grismar Please be careful when recomending Code Review as "I want to know how I can extend this to support URL(s) with parameters like: http..../param1<20&param2=20.." is 100% off-topic on Code Review and can get the question closed. — Peilonrayz 1 min ago
@Peilonrayz - good point. I suppose the question as it has been stated right now is both a request for code review, and a more direct question (but lacking code that shows how OP tried solving that specific problem). — Grismar 51 secs ago
Too many questions, some of which are likely to generate opinion based answers. This question is probably better suited to Code Review. However be sure to take their tour and read A guide to Code Review for Stack Overflow users and their How to Ask page before posting. — Nick 53 secs ago
If you were to post on Code Review we'd prefer to see your non-simplified code. "The simplified code does not support multiple clients." — Peilonrayz 10 secs ago
@Peilonrayz Yeah, it was requested to post on Code Review by the first comment. — O'Niel 11 secs ago
 
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Q: Encryption implementation for websocket chat (RSA + AES)

O'NielFor learning purposes I am trying to make a encrypted chat in Python using Websockets. I am using AES and RSA to make it safe. The idea of the chat is that it's a group-chat. Users can join a chat by running python3 client.py --password=pass123. This is how it works. The server has already gener...

 
 
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possible answer invalidation by shaik moeed on question by shaik moeed: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/288316/revisions
possible answer invalidation by shaik moeed on question by shaik moeed: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/288316/revisions
possible answer invalidation by shaik moeed on question by shaik moeed: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/288316/revisions
possible answer invalidation by shaik moeed on question by shaik moeed: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/288316/revisions
 
 
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possible answer invalidation by francesco on question by francesco: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/288308/revisions
 
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Q: Script to automate testing solutions

HarithHere's a script I wrote to automate testing for multiple sample files across two solutions, aiming to streamline the process. The script, provided below, compares expected results with the output of the solutions. #!/usr/bin/bash test_results() { expected=("${@}") i=0 for file in *....

 
possible answer invalidation by francesco on question by francesco: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/288308/revisions
possible answer invalidation by francesco on question by francesco: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/288308/revisions
possible answer invalidation by francesco on question by francesco: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/288308/revisions
 
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possible answer invalidation by francesco on question by francesco: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/288308/revisions
 
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Q: Implementing Preconditioned conjugate gradient

blovI have implemented the Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient (PCG) method for solving a system of linear equations in Python and I would appreciate it if someone could verify its correctness since I am quite new to programming and using Python. The pseudo-like code I am using to base this implementat...

 
possible answer invalidation by francesco on question by francesco: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/288308/revisions
possible answer invalidation by francesco on question by francesco: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/288308/revisions
 
 
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possible answer invalidation by G. Sliepen on question by pyt4: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/287676/revisions
possible answer invalidation by G. Sliepen on question by pyt4: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/287676/revisions
possible answer invalidation by G. Sliepen on question by pyt4: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/287676/revisions
possible answer invalidation by G. Sliepen on question by pyt4: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/287676/revisions
 
1:48 PM
@Duga Commented and rolled back
@Duga I don't know if it invalidates the answer, but the answer might have been too early since there were requests for more details.
 
I’m voting to close this question because this seems more suitable for codereview.stackexchange.comuser12002570 12 secs ago
 
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Q: How to reduce the build time/cache Docker image layer in subsequent GitHub Actions runs?

shaik moeedI have a Dockerfile with ubuntu:22.04 as a base image and a manual Python installation(specific version i.e., 3.11.1) layer which takes a long time. How to cache this manual Python installation layer in the docker image in subsequent CI runs in GitHub actions? Dockerfile: FROM --platform=linux/am...

 
 
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Q: Advent of code 2023 day 9: Sequence extrapolation - in pure Bash

janosPart 1 Today's task involves extrapolating the next value in sequences, given in this format: 0 3 6 9 12 15 1 3 6 10 15 21 10 13 16 21 30 45 The task is to extrapolate the next value of the sequences, by computing the difference between adjacent elements, and iterating on the resulting sequenc...

 
 
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@VexenCrabtree This is too tricky to fix on Stack Overflow. If it worked, I'd suggest sending it over to Code Review, but they have a very strict "no buggy code" rule. Let us continue this discussion in chat. — wizzwizz4 26 secs ago
 
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Q: HashTable C implementation

AKEO Someone to help me and tell me if my work is correct: hashtable_init: Initializes the table with a size and a hash function. hashtable_del: Frees table memory, including elements and their data. hashtable_insert: Inserts or updates a key-value pair, returns 1 on success, 0 otherwise. hashtabl...

 

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