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REFRESH! There are 6522 unanswered questions (91.5917 answered)
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It's not exactly clear what you are asking for here; The question seems to suggest that the code works as intended, but perhaps not optimally. Perhaps you are looking for a Code Review rather than error analysis? Otherwise, if you are trying to ask about potential competition, that's both an impractical question and completely off topic for this site. — Claies 7 secs ago
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As it stands now, the code is incomplete. It wouldn't qualify for Code Review. Even at Stack Overflow, I would like to see at least the complete method that contains this code. There should also be some exchange rate data. For example, 127 US Dollars to buy 100 British Pounds. Select one currency to be the "base — Old Dog Programmer just now
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Q: Users CRUD in fastapi using pymongo

PaulI am building users API with CRUD operation in fastapi and i'd love to hear feedback about it. I have been exploring fastapi in the past weeks and im trying to create API with best practice (scalable - no pagination yet, robust, effective and efficient) route.py from fastapi import APIRouter, Dep...

7:14 AM
Maybe your occlusion culling is a bit too agressive. Hard to tell without any code to show (which would probably too complex for an answer here and would be more suited for the code review stack overflow) — Pepijn Kramer 50 secs ago
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Would probably be better suited for Code ReviewDarren Bartrup-Cook 1 min ago
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11:48 AM
Please share more info about the error trace, Stackoverflow is not about code reviewing, I think this forum can help with this, you need to add more debugging details to your post. — hassan 25 secs ago
Q: 1d profile cutting optimization

ömür tokmanI wanted to make a VBA that creates self-renewing combinations and I actually did it, but Excel was crashing when the combinations increased, unfortunately Excel does not work in multi-item lists. That's why I worked out the codes that create the combinations with C#. I am adding all my work, I t...

Q: Function templates for serializing/deserializing POD types

digito_evoAre the two function templates below well-formed for serializing/deserializing POD types? Will they work for all the different types that satisfy the constraint pod? Here (live): #include <type_traits> #include <ostream> #include <istream> #include <fstream> #include <print> #include <stdfloat> ...

12:13 PM
If the code works and you just want tips on how to improve, consider Code Review. — 001 10 secs ago
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@Schlueter: There is Stack Overflow, Computer Science, Theoretical Computer Science, Code Review, Software Engineering, Data Science, Cross Validated, Computational Science which all somewhat fit. Especially if one poses this as the clustering problem that it really is, the data science and machine learning sites becomes even more relevant. If one would find an embedding per activity, then one could use cosine similarity and appropriate data structures. At this point of Stack Exchange, I'm honestly at a loss when trying to find the correct site to ask. — Martin Ueding 57 secs ago
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Q: Leetcode : First Missing Positive

ccotI was trying out leetcode's first missing positive. My solution passes all tests, except last five ie where the num array's size is 10^5. When the array is of that size I get "Time Limit Exceeded". Here is my solution (JAVA): class Solution { public int firstMissingPositive(int[] nums) { in...

"More idiomatic" is off-topic for Stack Overflow, you may want to ask on codereview.stackexchange.com. — Chayim Friedman 52 secs ago
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9:04 PM
possible answer invalidation by ccot on question by ccot: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/290789/revisions
@Duga RB
possible answer invalidation by ccot on question by ccot: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/290789/revisions
First time I've bought AMD and my system keeps hanging :/ I read the Arch docs... and I think I'm stuffed
"Unfortunately, freezes are usually hard to debug and some of them take a lot of time to reproduce." "Hard freezes in which the whole machine is unresponsible are harder to debug since logs can not be written to disk in time." - wiki.archlinux.org/title/…
possible answer invalidation by ccot on question by ccot: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/290789/revisions
9:46 PM
@Phroggie I figure based on the context that by hosed the connotation is one of misfortune. As folks in my neck-of-the-words might say: hosed, screwed, etc.
Sorry I'm confused I can't see anywhere I said "hosted". I guess you meant "stuffed"?
::makes facepalm motion::
Normally we say "screwed" but a lot of British idioms are considered rude, so I swapped to the 'polite' "stuffed"
ah, I see

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