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Q: A function to read ASCII data files with 3*n columns

user366312This function works moderately well. However, I need to increase the speed more. How can I do that? Alternatively, can I start start exactly from the startRowNo without going through the skipping mechanism? Note: You must not use any local IEnumerable to store temporary array/list. public sta...

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can someone help me delete this question ? i found out that the code is protected ..
i learned about it too late ...
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@Mast @pacmaninbw @Peilonrayz We have a problem here: codereview.stackexchange.com/q/292561/265278
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OP apparently posted code protected by an NDA, and now demands deletion and keeps editing the question.
@Harith I'm already handling the post
@Peilonrayz Alright!
hmmm... the automated system believes I'm in a rollback war... with myself
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Q: Remove loops and use vectorised functions

driverI'm trying to capture profits and set a stop loss in my trading strategy. I want the stop loss to be set daily based on the past data, from the date of calculation into the past. For calculating the stop-loss, I first measure the expected returns that I aim at securing, the volatility of the stoc...

 
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Q: A Quine program in C

HarithFrom Wikipedia: A quine is a computer program that takes no input and produces a copy of its own source code as its only output. The standard terms for these programs in the computability theory and computer science literature are "self-replicating programs", "self-reproducing programs", and "se...

 
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Q: HTML Editor: Online HTML Editor with Real-Time Preview

MoriOverview HTML Editor is a web-based HTML editor designed for web developers, designers, and learners. It offers a light-weight, minimalist environment for writing and previewing HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code in real-time. The editor also supports creating, opening, and editing various text-based...

 
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Q: How to pass in a list of generic types in .NET

David KethelI'm building a little message pipeline example similar to Mediatr. I have an IMessage interface. internal interface IMessage { string Text { get; set; } } With two implementations internal class Message1 : IMessage { public string Text { get; set; } public Message1(strin...

 
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Q: Determinant of matrix Python

LinnyThis is an addition of my previous question Python matrix class. I've added a determinant function using Laplace expansion to my Matrix class. What I am looking for specifically is how 3x3 matrices are calculated, as I feel there is a better way instead of creating three matrices separately and i...

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Q: Loading Spinner Implementation

coderI've recently implemented a loading spinner for my web application and would greatly appreciate your feedback on the code. The spinner is supposed to display while data is being fetched from the server, providing a better user experience. I'm looking for suggestions on improving the code's effici...

 
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Q: Implementing load and save operations for a text editor (proof of concept)

HarithI have a text editor in C does not give much thought to losing data whilst overwriting the original file to save new progress. To circumvent this problem, and make the process robust, I ended up with some simple algorithms to load and save the file. For loading the file (assume file.txt exists): ...

 
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Asking if there's a simpler way to do something (where the something is a short snippet) is within SO territory as well. Transferring it to codereview will deprive future SO visitors who have the same question - not an unreasonable one to have - of the answer. — user4815162342 39 secs ago
 
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9:57 PM
You need to describe in more detail what the problem is. Does "the code actually works" means it works as intended? If not, what exactly is wrong? Please be more specific what you need help with. If the code works as intended and you just want some feedback how it could be improved the question would be better suited on the sister site Code Review. — Leviathan 39 secs ago
@Luuk, using MIN for starts and MAX for ends seems more logical. During code review, looking just at the code and not knowing actual data, I'd prefer MIN-MAX — Basil Peace 17 secs ago
Thanks for the answer, I was actually asking for a little code review and hints about any improvement. I did not know there was an actual code review sister site. I'll re-post there then. Thanks! — NicolaM94 15 secs ago
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Q: LFU cache in Kotlin

NicolaM94I've been working on the classic LFU (Least Frequently Used) cache running in O(1) time problem lately and, as a student, I kind of struggled with the algorithms I found online. I got most of the idea behind them, but It still was a nightmare replicating them. So, what I've tried to do, is to sta...

 
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Q: Form all possible well-formed strings of 'n' nested pairs of 2 types of ASCII brackets

Fe2O3Taking an interest in the challenge presented in this recent Code Review question, I've concocted a C solution (valid as C++, if I'm not mistaken) seeking to reduce both the lines of code and the running time of the program. It's a delightful challenge with no apparent value except for its being ...


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