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Q: Connect Four AI vs. AI match in Javascript

coderoddeThis time, I have a Javascript program that runs a Connect Four match between two Alpha-beta pruning based AI bots. ai-battle.html: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>AI vs. AI playing Connect 4</title> <meta charset="UTF-8"> <meta name="viewport" content="width=devi...

 
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Q: A quine that clones itself and runs some more quines

HarithThis is a follow-up to: (A Quine program in C), where I got the following suggestion: Now, write the code so that the binary "clones" itself (makes a replica with an altered filename.) Eg: "./don" will lead to both "don" and "dan" in the directory. Then "./dan" will add "den" to the folder. Use ...

 
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9:57 AM
Off-topic, should be posted on Code Review instead. Plus, your question is horribly formatted. Please fix it when you repost on Code Review, and next time please use the preview function first to make sure your question doesn't look crappy. Thanks! — CherryDT 33 secs ago
Monking
10:17 AM
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10:37 AM
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Q: Python::What should I do to make this code better?

Th1s0neGuyjust learning Python and am looking for some feedback on some of the code exercises I've completed and do work. In particular, what would make them more Pythonic, or more closely align with standard practices or what-not. Note:If this is wrong place for that, sorry, Here is code I wrote for a loo...

 
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Monking
4:07 PM
This may be better suited to codereview.stackexchange.com. — Chris 5 secs ago
 
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6:17 PM
No @Chris, it doesn't look like a Code Review question. It's only asking about code performance, not about any other aspect of the code, and it's not even complete. — Toby Speight 25 secs ago

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