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Welcome to the Code Review Community. Currently the question is off-topic because the title doesn't tell us what the code does. Please read How do I ask a good question? for suggestions on how to title the question. — pacmaninbw 10 hours ago
@pacmaninbw A bad title doesn't make the question off-topic, does it?
@Carcigenicate Stack Overflow is for specific questions, not necessarily "broken code". But you are right that this question is not specific and is off-topic for Stack Overflow, and on-topic for Code Review. — Simon Forsberg 1 min ago
@SimonForsberg I did not VTC or down vote.
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3:54 AM
Interesting, but do you have a question or a problem? If you're asking people to review your code (and comment on it), it is more appropriate to post such on codereview.stackoverflow.com. Else update your question with current sample output vs the expected output from the same inputs. Good luck. — shellter 28 secs ago
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9:12 AM
I’m voting to close this question because it belongs on codereview.stackexchange.com . OP, please make sure your code compiles and runs, then post (your final version) there. — einpoklum 26 secs ago
9:25 AM
@SimonForsberg No, it doesn't.
@pacmaninbw @TobySpeight Gentle reminder a bad title makes a bad question, not an off-topic question. Downvote if necessary, but voting to close on that basis or making comments in that area can be damaging to the site.
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11:02 AM
"I've done this, but I don't think it's correct." Why not? If you don't have a specific question this is probably not the correct site. Consider asking codereview.stackexchange.com for a review. — Support Ukraine 35 secs ago
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12:59 PM
Q: Solve an option pricing PDE in Python - Part 2

RuanThe Github repository NM-Heston solves call option prices under the Heston 2-factor model using ADI splitting schemes. I am adapting the code to price options under the 3-factor Heston-Hull-White model, also using ADI splitting schemes. While doing this, I became curious if it is possible to get ...

Q: Compute "negative" version of vector of vectors

Filippo BistaffaGiven a std::vector<std::vector<double>> (e.g., representing some points in a space with D dimensions), I want to compute a new std::vector<std::vector<double>> where each double is the negative of the original, as in the following MWE: #define FMT_HEADER_ONLY #include <fmt/ranges.h> #include <ve...

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Q: (Rev. 2) Command-line Tower of Hanoi game

Mode77This is a follow-up from Command-line Tower of Hanoi game -- many thanks to those whose reviwed it. By request, the project is also available on GitHub. Forks and bug reports are welcomed. Compiled with g++ 9.4.0. makefile included. Issues addressed The disks are further differentiated between e...

3:51 PM
Q: Is this component too complex and should be split up?

Florian WaltherI have several components/pages in my personal project that contain complex logic and even nested ternary operators. Since I'm the only person working on this project, I don't have a hard time figuring out where to make changes if I need to. But I'm trying to improve my code in a way that others ...

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"please give some feedback how the code is." - there is Code Review for this. — Steffen Ullrich 5 secs ago
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This would probably be better suited to Stack Exchange Code ReviewClearlyClueless 39 secs ago
6:18 PM
@SteffenUllrich Yes, give me some feedback might be good on Code Review, but do not assist in adding features to code on Code Review. This question would probably end up off-topic on code review as well. — pacmaninbw 58 secs ago
This is 8 question on PyShark since late December. Each one is slightly different. Like @SteffenUllrich stated you might want to post your code on Code Review for assistance. — Life is complex just now
7:20 PM
Questions about optimizing running code is better asked at Code ReviewJens 49 secs ago
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8:47 PM
Delete from here and post to Code Review. Follow their posting guidelines, include the code in the question instead of a link to a Github repo. — Guy Incognito 21 secs ago
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9:50 PM
Q: The view part of a simple To-do list (using Java Swing)

3rdgrade-dropoutSo basically I'm creating a To-do list using Java Swing. Currently I've set up the 'view' part of my program (so no event handling/storing tasks as of now); package view; import javax.swing.*; import javax.swing.table.*; import javax.swing.border.EmptyBorder; import java.awt.*; import java.awt....


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