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REFRESH! There are 6132 unanswered questions (92.1139 answered)
 
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Q: I'm trying to do a split screen on html and css but it's not fully working

winterso basically the issue is that the split screen is not full screen, I mean like it fits in length fully but not in width there are gaps from both sides of the screen. the html file: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, ini...

 
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Q: A TCP server which uses one thread to read while writing data with another thread

JohnThe TCP server in the code snippet below is designed to: Read data using one thread while writing data using another. Allow only one client to be connected at a time. Automatically close the connection with the client and re-establish it if the connection is lost. std::mutex is used to protecte...

 
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Q: 2D chunk loading/world generation in Godot (GDScript)

inexperienced-potatI'm a beginner with both Godot and gamedev concepts. I've made games before, but feature-wise, they were pretty simple in comparison. One of the main concerns that I have now with my code is that everything in relation to world generation and chunk loading should happen in a separate thread, but ...

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Q: C# Linked List implementation

DorukI am trying to learn C# and created this project to improve. I will be using C# professionally so a harsh critique is welcome. class Node<T> { public T value; public Node<T>? next; public Node(T val, Node<T>? n) { value = val; next = n; } } public class Linked...

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Q: Heap or stack initialized object

Danilotl;dr; What is a proper way to initialize object on stack or on heap? I want to make a profiling tool that can track time for iterative purposes and for single measurements - so that I can use same object to measure average time for single function (called N times) but also to see how functions b...

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Q: Reviewing Efficiency of Feature Extraction in Bind AI's Machine Learning Module

VivekI am developing a feature extraction module for Bind AI, a tool designed to streamline business processes through AI. This module is crucial as it prepares the data for all our machine learning models. I'm looking for feedback on the efficiency and scalability of this code. Specifically, I’m inte...

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possible answer invalidation by Kevin on question by Kevin: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/292697/revisions
possible answer invalidation by Kevin on question by Kevin: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/292697/revisions
possible answer invalidation by Kevin on question by Kevin: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/292697/revisions
possible answer invalidation by Kevin on question by Kevin: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/292697/revisions
 
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3:31 PM
Without using any strange library, this is the way to go -- Honestly, this code would not pass code review for almost every C++ shop. The std::sort always works when given the proper predicate function. — PaulMcKenzie 20 secs ago
if code working then review you can do on similar portal CodeReviewfuras 10 secs ago
3:47 PM
Monking
Stack Overflow deals in questions with a set of concrete, provable answers. You might have that in the "Does this work?" but I'm not familiar enough with the topic to judge that. Feedback you get elsewhere. Usually that's at Code Review, but in this case a discussion forum is better suited due to the breadth and general lack of code. — user4581301 24 secs ago
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You may want to ask this on codereview.stackexchange.comVitalizzare 23 secs ago
This is not suitable for CodeReview because the code does not work. — toolic 8 secs ago
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Q: Database schema for project management app

Prahlad YeriAs a side project, I'm developing a desktop app for project management, especially for students, self-employed, freelancers, etc. as a general purpose productivity tool, not from any business or industrial perspective. The idea is to create projects/goals/missions and break them down into individ...

Monking
P.S. ugh...
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Q: "Comment reserved for system use" when trying to edit with an edit summary

bobbleTrying to leave an edit summary gives me this error message: Comment reserved for system use. Please use an appropriate comment. This occurs both for anonymous and logged-in edits, for answers and for questions, using my phone (Chrome, Android) and computer (Chrome, Windows 11 Home). However, ...

5:51 PM
@furas hello. I think the question would not be on-topic in the codereview.stackexchange.com, as it is stated in the site's instructions (codereview.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic) that if you don't know if the code is correct (even if it isn't giving an error), it shouldn't be posted there. — mc91 1 min ago
6:04 PM
In fact, the most appropriate link for the site instructions is this: codereview.stackexchange.com/help/dont-ask. — mc91 5 secs ago
6:35 PM
@lord_haffi yeah, this is unfortunately why you cannot just rely on mypy or pyright. Fundamentally, you just need to not write classes like this. Which ends up being an issue of maintaining code standards and code review. — juanpa.arrivillaga 18 secs ago
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Q: How to make Qt framework 4.7.4 for host openSUSE linux

gzifl-67The aim of this post is to utilise Qt 4 in app without GUI support or phonon. Only QtCore is utilized and no cross-compilation because test environment runs on host openSuse linux Tumbleweed 15. I cannot build qt w/o BSP, because usually BSP tool-chain works perfectly when cross-compiling. Proble...

if code works then it doesn't match to this side, and you say it doesn't match to CodeReview - so you have to search different portal :) — furas 20 secs ago
 
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Q: A thread-safe performant Money Transfer API in Java

Sasha ShpotaThis is a popular interview question. It is meant to be done within 30 minutes. The task is to implement a thread-safe performant Bank Account API that allows to transfer, deposit, withdraw and check balance. I implement it as an Account class that stores a balance and performs synchronisation wh...


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