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REFRESH! There are 6139 unanswered questions (92.1012 answered)
 
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Code reviews, style guidelines, and rules of thumb in certain languages are quite a bit fuzzy, aren't they? How could "dec %ecx, jnz loop, ret" be more or less clear than it already is? Do I really need to include a comment stating the obvious that it is the loop and the loop's counter?
 
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Q: Creating an API secured only by the request signature

PublicNameTestI'm trying to create an API that will receive requests from users without having to do a login request. They will just have a user id and a key. My intention is that they will use the key to create a signature. And the server will recalculate the signature to check message integrity and that the ...

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Q: Check against groups of constants

Anwar ChandraIn my .NET Framework app (stuck at C# 7.3), I use many if checks against group of constants in so many places (maintained more than 10 years). Existing: public static class Constants { public const int Source1 = 111; public const int Source2 = 123; public const int Source3 = 135; ...

 
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If this is working code that you want feedback on, then you might want to try asking over at Code Review. — Slaw just now
 
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Q: How to properly organise a backend API structure in ColdFusion (CF9)

lharbyI have written a very basic API for my client using ColdFusion. Currently I have endpoints with cfm files for each endpoint at that location. For example: /api/settings/post-external-content/ The file at that location has this response: <cfset fileName = toString(getHttpRequestData().content)> <...

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Q: Have I correctly organized MVP in FXML JavaFX Maven?

Иван РAs far as I understand, when creating a project using the FXML JavaFX Maven Archetype, the project is initially designed with the MVC pattern. However, I wanted to convert it to the MVP architecture (don't ask why). Since I have almost no practical experience in this, only a bit of theory, I woul...

 
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Please note that if you're looking for some sort of code review that is not on-topic for this site. — Abdul Aziz Barkat 25 secs ago
Honestly I'm not looking for a code review. I need suggestion from the community. what I made wrong it will help me to improve myself — L O C O 17 secs ago
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That is called a code review. — Gino Mempin 12 secs ago
 
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Q: Word count in Python

Jerome HealyI have the following Python code: import pandas as pd import re from collections import Counter import sys import glob sys.path.append(r'C:\Users\jheal_4dxcnmj\Desktop\TEXTUAL ANALYSIS\Project') #define dictionary file to open #LMwords = open(r'LMdict.txt...

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Q: My CreateProcess wrapper

user2470889189I have created a function that spawns a child process and waits for it to finish: bool runprocess(const std::wstring& aprocname, int creationflag) { STARTUPINFO si = {0}; PROCESS_INFORMATION = {0}; std::wstring command = aprocname; // must be writeable for use in CreateProcess si...

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Q: Run UNIT TEST automatically from NeoVim

Loki AstariStill working on my neovim configuration. I use Google test to write my unit tests. Which means that all the unit test begin with TEST(<groupName>, <testName>). This little script see if the cursor is inside a test sets a break point and then runs the test application for that test. This is usefu...

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possible answer invalidation by Reinderien on question by Jerome Healy: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/292551/revisions
possible answer invalidation by Reinderien on question by Jerome Healy: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/292551/revisions
possible answer invalidation by Reinderien on question by Jerome Healy: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/292551/revisions
possible answer invalidation by Reinderien on question by Jerome Healy: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/292551/revisions
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@Duga Post is closed
 
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I’m voting to close this question because it belongs on Code ReviewTangentially Perpendicular 13 secs ago
 
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Q: Rules-engine to be improved/simplified for Efficiency (performance), Extensibility and Maintenance?

Don CodeThis is a simple implementation of a rules engine. I am really hating the very long MATCH/CASE function, I am wondering what kind of Design Patterns could be used there to make this code more maintanable, reusable, and extensible. Efficiency and Performance: How can the performance be optimized w...

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Q: Sincere doubts from a beginner in machine learning

Bruno CiccarinoI made this code in Python that basically loads the Iris dataset, splits it into training and testing sets, and then uses the K-Nearest Neighbors (KNN) algorithm to iterate over different values ​​of k (from 1 to 25 ). During each iteration, the code trains the KNN model with the training data, m...

 
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Q: An example of hello world LKM

Bruno CiccarinoIn 2021 I spent a lot of time studying lowlevel in Linux, as I'm a lowlevel addict in general, I only now decided to change my area to introduce myself to the market, and I wrote a repository on github that I'll later turn into a paper, teaching me how from a hello world lkm to an lkm rootkit, I ...


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