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Q: Contact list with java / object oriented Not fully working, inefficient

ElorionI have been working on getting a contact list program working and I have browsed some code samples from this site which has helped. I am a bit stuck, though I think I am close. Would someone be so kind to review the code and give me some pointers on how to close the loop and get it all working? I...

 
12:58 AM
^ off-topic (duh)
 
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Q: Cleaner code and different logic

LiondancerI have a method I created which is a custom indexOf(). This code seems ugly to me so I was wondering if anyone could recommend a cleaner and perhaps faster implementation of my method method: public static int myIndexOf(char[] str, char[] substr, int index) { if (str == null) { thro...

 
I absolutely love rolfl's reply/comment in this question
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A: Write a function to find the first non-repeated character in a string

VenuThe runtime of the 1st solution you posted is not O(n2). You are just traversing the string twice, which makes it O(2n) => O(n).

Also, is there a way to have a link straight to an answer comment?
 
The timestamp (now "11 hours ago") of the comment is the link.
@ComFreek - I understand you now. You are right, of course... just like it would be accurate to say the upper-bound of the speed Hussein Bolt runs is the speed of light. Accurate, but useless. — rolfl 11 hours ago
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Q: Making my computer player smarter in connect four game

Mona JalalI have the following code for connect_four game. I have written a random computer player. How can I make it smarter without too much code? Are there some tricky methods I can use? rm(list=ls()) # clear all defined objects #setting up the connect_four board four.in.a.row = function(player, v, deb...

 
1:44 AM
Ok, I never thought I would be putting that into comments of code
Explaining the meaning of "iff"
 
you can do that if and only if the person reading the code is clueless.
 
honestly, it's pretty mathematical, so anyone reading it who doesn't know what iff means is probably going to have a bad time anyway
but I have that nagging feeling in the back of my head of "are these comments useful, or are they just going to confuse the hell out of whoever is reading this"
 
2:24 AM
If this is production code I'm very worried for the OP:
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Q: Are these C# and Python code snippets functionally identical?

HackworthI have a bit of Python source code that I want to recreate in C#. The code is about reading and decrypting a binary file. I have tested the function on an existing file and it runs without errors; while the resulting string is not garbled or anything, it does not appear to be useful to me. But t...

 
2:42 AM
ka-boom:
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A: 'Canonical' questions to help address common issues

Mat's Mug As you've seen, I've experimented a bit. Sorry for jumping the gun and going ahead like this, I hope not too much damage was done. I've given this lots of thought lately, and I come to a conclusion that's radically disagreeing with the idea. Should we have such CW questions/answers? No....

@ComFreek - I understand you now. You are right, of course... just like it would be accurate to say the upper-bound of the speed Hussein Bolt runs is the speed of light. Accurate, but useless. — rolfl 13 hours ago
@konijn ^^ click the timestamp link to get a permalink to the comment/question/answer ;)
 
Nice answer about canonical
 
thanks
actually I think of it as a counter-answer ;)
TTGTB
 
3:20 AM
@rolfl: Sorry, wasn't around earlier. Haven't looked to see if there were any C11 questions previously, but I suppose it's possible.
 
3:58 AM
new computer....need RSS feeds for Chrome extension
no one starred my message about the change I would make to the malachiBot???
 
About only looping while stars last?
You forgot to make it give theoretical stars :D
 
Hey, @Corbin!
 
Hello. How ya been?
 
I've been okay. I've now registered for the fall, and my two CS classes will be intro to OO (Java) and parallel programming (assumably C).
 
@Corbin good point
these screens are really bright
 
4:05 AM
Also, have you seen this zombie that Jerry Coffin and I recently killed?
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Q: Is this the right way to handle game states?

Mislav BlaževićI'm writing an ORPG. The code below is client side. I have main thread looping in Game::Run: Game::~Game() { PopAllStates(); } void Game::Run() { sf::Event Event; while(Window->isOpen()) { if(LoadQueueMutex.try_lock()) { while(!LoadQueue.empty()) ...

 
@Jamal Oooo fun. I took a concurrent class and loved it. Is it single computer concurrency, massively parallel or both?
 
I'm not sure. I haven't fully looked at the class description yet. I would've taken OSes instead, but there wasn't anything open.
 
Ah
 
And next spring, I'll have (at least) three upper-level CS classes. :-(
 
TTGTB.... but @SimonAndréForsberg .... done:
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A: A Scoring approach to Computer Opponents

rolflAbstractScorer Are you sure you need the precision of double for scoring? I only ask because I recently had reason to down-convert a system to float because it had many millions of scorable items and the memory saving ended up being significant. toString() It is best practice to put a toString ...

 
4:24 AM
I like upper level CS courses. They're always at least a little interesting.
 
@Jamal Hope it's not C. Concurrent programming in C is a pain. Classes give a nice way to encapsulate locking. In C, there's nearly no way to avoid it being sprinkled throughout nearly all the code. Even getting tiny programs correct gets non-trivial, and large ones...nearly all have problems, often almost permanently.
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I only assume C since I've had this processor before, but for a different class. But I also hope it's not something other than C++. I will already learn Java that semester.
 
@Jamal Do I have any takers for Erlang?
 
I'll let you know what language it turns out to be. Or, I could just email the professor to find out.
 
4:39 AM
Thanks for the edit.
 
Off-topic:
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Q: Which method is more random

ComputernerdI have created a program which shows random pictures everytime a button is pressed. Every picture is different and is assigned a unique integer ID . A picture can be reshown though it has been shown to the user before . The following line of code generates the random card ID to be chosen picC...

 
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Q: Which method is more random

ComputernerdI have created a program which shows random pictures everytime a button is pressed. Every picture is different and is assigned a unique integer ID . A picture can be reshown though it has been shown to the user before . The following line of code generates the random card ID to be chosen picC...

 
@JerryCoffin It's what I do. :-)
 
@Jamal Indeed you do!
 
@Jamal 's job is to clean up our posts and entertain us.
 
4:44 AM
If only I could answer as well as I can edit. I would like to reach 10K someday.
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In other words ... he is the maid
 
Hell, I can't even remember how it all started...
 
@Jamal Given that you're already about 80% of the way there, it seems pretty like you you will unless you suddenly ragequit or something like that.
 
I don't think I'll be ragequitting, even after I no longer have my powers. I just need to come across more C++ questions I'm capable of answering. I believe I've already exhausted all the zombies.
 
@Jamal or learn a new language?
 
4:50 AM
@JamesKhoury Java, for the fall semester.
 
@Jamal Or learn a good new language? :-)
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Define good. :P
 
@Jamal As the judge said about porn, it's hard to define but I know it when I see it.
 
LOL
 
I like Bill Hick's take on "What is Pornography"
 
5:15 AM
hey @LokiAstari
 
5:30 AM
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Q: private methods in jquery "lightweight start" pattern

jbarreirosWorking on a simple jQuery plugin for duplicating a group of form fields. For example, consider a form that can collect one or more guests (first name, last name, food preference, etc). For non-plugin code, I generally use the module pattern, but since I'm writing a jQuery plugin, I decided to t...

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Q: Java War card game

guestWhenever I run the code, it always tells me player 2 has won and I can't see the error in my logic. Could anyone help out and tell me what I did wrong? public class Card { String suit; String rank; int getCard; int a; int b; public Card() { ...

 
@Yuushi yep
 
5:50 AM
yep?
 
6:08 AM
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Q: Speed dating algorithm to select the pair of dates

JavaDeveloper Lets say there are 10 boys and 10 girls in speed date. 10 boys select 4 girls and rank them. 10 girls select 4 boys and rank them. In the end the winning pairs would be returned. Finer details such as tie-breakers, rules of input params etc, are well documented. Looking for code revi...

 
6:22 AM
@Jamal Not Java or BASIC.
 
 
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7:33 AM
Good morning
 
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Q: Moving Image Bitmap In a specified path

Pradyumna SahooI have a list view in which there are image views , what I want is whenever the view(the green cart as shown in the image ) is clicked the bitmap should move in a specified path(as shown by black line it's an arc). I have tried to explain it by uploading an image. Anyone please help with some c...

 
^ off-topic
Morning!
 
Morning for you aswell?
 
Yeah, pretty early morning: 2:40 AM. I'm going to bed soon.
 
hehe
8:40 am here.. just arrived at uni
Literally my edits on SO comprise of removing java from title, removed thanks from the post and adding a java tag to posts only tagged with java-8.
Is it only for me down?
 
7:44 AM
Down for me, too.
And this question could use a better title:
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Q: Refactoring Java code

OdelyaI have the following code which I feel that I must refactor, but not sure how to do it. List<AlgoTuningData> feedbackScoreDatas; List<AlgoTuningData> topRatedDatas; int score1 = 0; int score2 = 0; boolean matched1 = false; boolean matched2 = false; for (AlgoTuningData topRatedData : topRatedData...

 
Interesting.. a java question and I had thought to try to review one today
 
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Q: Refactoring Java code

OdelyaI have the following code which I feel that I must refactor, but not sure how to do it. List<AlgoTuningData> feedbackScoreDatas; List<AlgoTuningData> topRatedDatas; int score1 = 0; int score2 = 0; boolean matched1 = false; boolean matched2 = false; for (AlgoTuningData topRatedData : topRatedData...

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Q: Project Euler #22 - Name scores

pranitkothariI have written code in C++ 11 and check output with Project Euler site, and it is correct. I am not showing output, just to keep it secret, at least from my end. Please review my C++ 11 code. #include <fstream> #include <string> #include <algorithm> #include <iostream> #include <vector> #include <

 
8:14 AM
Morning...
 
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Q: My first controller rspec test

atomAlteraI'm just started learning TDD with Rails and RSpec. This is my first test for controller. Just plain RESTful UserController that responds with JSON, so it has no new and edit methods. Please review it require 'spec_helper' describe UsersController do let(:users) { 4.times.map { create(:user...

 
@Malachi If it would be while (starCount > 0), you'd never get the "You have already used your star allowance for today" message
 
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Q: Blocktastic optimisation

MunkybunkyI have written the following code as the level rendering part of a game engine I am writing. I am very happy how it works but as it is the background / level graphics made up of individual blocks it needs to be quick. What it does it look take the graphics from a resource loaded elsewhere and sc...

 
@rolfl Nice one. I think @Donald.McLean will want to look at that SEDE query also
 
Anyone for this one?
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Q: Refactoring scoring algorithm

OdelyaI have the following code which I feel that I must refactor, but not sure how to do it. List<AlgoTuningData> feedbackScoreDatas; List<AlgoTuningData> topRatedDatas; int score1 = 0; int score2 = 0; boolean matched1 = false; boolean matched2 = false; for (AlgoTuningData topRatedData : topRatedData...

I give up without Java 8
Holy unreadable code
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Q: The type of the expresssion must be an array type but it resolved to string

user3402584its part of code in java. Unfortunately i got an error when argz is appearing:he type of the expresssion must be an array type but it resolved to String. Any ideas why i cant do argz[i]!='\0' and so on? I would be grateful for any help. public static int parsuj(String x) throws Zakres,Nieprawi...

 
8:43 AM
@rolfl Thanks, Monkey! Nice answer you posted. I'll look through it more when at home.
 
@amon Good attempt at FP there, too bad you are stuck with java 7
 
@skiwi It's not the question whether FP is possible with Java < 8 (it is), it's just the question who has to compile the ideas down to a low-level representation: me or the compiler. Every language has such “blub” moments where the programmer has to do unnecessary work.
 
@skiwi I might take a look at when I have time.
 
@SimonAndréForsberg Have you worked with google maps in-app?
 
@skiwi Nope, Google Maps is one of the things I haven't used.
 
8:50 AM
@amon Yeah I agree that FP is better in this case, but now the anonymous methods are bloating the code, but it is still an improvement over the original code in general, and mostly in clarity
 
'morning!
 
And now I'm finally going to bed. :-P Later.
 
mornin'
4 A.M. for the mod and the mod goes to bed...
For the mod, everything is normal.
 
lol
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9:09 AM
And another auto-starred 'lol', so as said: Everything is normal.
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@skiwi Would you happen to know if the Java 8 source is available anywhere?
 
@Loki was in here? Cool. Seems like he came during a chat room downtime though...
 
@SimonAndréForsberg It is... In your IDE you can step into classes for sure
and also I guess there's a src.zip
Also is this a codesmell? I found it in some tutorial:
public class MainActivity extends Activity implements GooglePlayServicesClient.ConnectionCallbacks,GooglePlayServicesClient.OnConnecti‌​onFailedListener,LocationListener
 
@skiwi Nope, implementing a whole bunch of interfaces isn't a code smell, I'd almost say it's the opposite.
 
But in a MainActivity?
 
There's nothing wrong with that IMO
 
9:21 AM
Ok, well I can just imagine something implementing 30 interfaces would be kinda hard to understand
 
As long as the MainActivity doesn't get unnecessarily big. If it's useful to implement it in the MainActivity, there's nothing wrong in it.
I think you won't need to implement 30 interfaces. There's a big difference of 3 interfaces and 30.
A difference of 27 to be exact.
 
@skiwi That's why some people designed concepts (or type classes).
 
Raging why Android Studio is being so stupid, then notices that I had put the parameters in the wrong order.
 
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Q: Inefficient code inside of getter?

chazjnI have two lists of the same type and I want to be able view a list of both lists, here is my code: public List<Page> HeaderPages; public List<Page> SurveyPages; public IReadOnlyList<Page> AllPages { get { List<Page> allPages = new List<Page>(); ...

 
10:20 AM
Yay, c++ bronze badge /o/
 
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Q: .NET Bad Programming Method

JamesI have a piece of code which grabs data from an SQL database and displays it in a DGV. This code works perfectly fine for me. It has been pointed out to me that the below code is bad programming: Imports System.Data.SqlClient Public Class Form1 Dim dbConnection As SqlConnection Dim dbCommand...

 
10:32 AM
@Mor Nice! Good work!
 
Thanks^^
 
One more up vote for a badge:
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A: Macro that interchanges 2 arguments

syb0rgIf you are using GCC, we can use the typeof()(C99) keyword to get rid of one of the arguments. Also, add a do-while so the macro to be used in contexts where it would otherwise be problematic. #define SWAP(a, b) do { typeof(a) t; t = a; a = b; b = t; } while(0) You could also use an exclusi...

 
Mornin all.
 
Monking!
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@Morwenn So Android has Tap Tap already integrated, but sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't.
 
10:39 AM
Huh, that's strange.
 
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Q: Unit tests using C#, Moq, AutoFixture, FluentAssertions

PellaredCould you give any suggestion on the following unit tests? How to make it more readable, maintainable and trustworthy. If it is not a problem - post some code with the suggestions. [TestClass] public class PropertyBagCompositeTests { private readonly IFixture fixture; private readonly Mock<

 
@rolfl Mornin'!
 
Morning @rolfl
 
10:55 AM
That's it! Now I'm downloading Eclipse at work!
 
You know, I get busy at work (not as much compile time).... and suddenly there are a bunch of other Java answerers.
I wonder if they were always there, but things got answered by rep-chasing monkeys before they could......
 
Huh, seemes like the recent Java zombies has been answered indeed...
 
I got the badge for "first tag wiki edit", but my counter says "0 tag wiki edits ". Is it normal?
 
I have heard of something similar.....
I think the excerpt and the wiki are different.
 
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Q: Issue with the Research Assistant badge progress bar

Midhun MPRecently I did my first tag wiki edit in StackOverflow. For this I got the Tag Editor badge. But when I checked the badge progress view. It shows 0 tag wiki edits. Is it a bug or am I missing any faq ?

It seems to ba a cache problem.
Or as you say an excerpt stuff.
Ok, excerpt sljhgrs.
 
11:11 AM
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A: New silver badge for editing N tag wikis

wafflesBy Popular Demand...'s suggestion Research Assistant is now deployed ... But wait, there is more... you also get badge progress... (To see the badge progress, go to any tag wiki and look in the right-hand column, about halfway down.) Looking through the data, it seemed to me that excerpts ar...

 
They should edit the description then. Right now, it's strange.
It should be "First tag wiki or tag wiki excerpt edit"
Whatever. I'm leaving for a while. Got to eat at least a little bit.
 
yes, you do.
Got to keep your strength up.... or what will become of celtic metal?
 
11:34 AM
OT question incoming..
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Q: Getting SEGFAULT when trying to delete node from a binary search tree

REACHUSI am implementing a binary search tree in C. The code below works fine, except that I get a SEGFAULT when I try to delete a subtree from my tree: Source code: #include<stdlib.h> #include<stdio.h> struct node { int data; struct node * right, * left; }; void insert(node ** tree, int val...

no dupe on SO found.
 
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Q: Getting SEGFAULT when trying to delete node from a binary search tree

REACHUSI am implementing a binary search tree in C. The code below works fine, except that I get a SEGFAULT when I try to delete a subtree from my tree: Source code: #include<stdlib.h> #include<stdio.h> struct node { int data; struct node * right, * left; }; void insert(node ** tree, int val...

 
And self-deleted.
 
I'm bored... One hour lunch break all alone
 
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Q: Github api retrieving data C#

user840718I'm getting data from Github for my application. The first 2 OAuth steps are ok, but in the third I got the following error: "the server committed a protocol violation. Section=ResponseStatusLine ERROR" This is my code: protected String WebRequest(string url) { url += (String.IsNullO...

 
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Q: Need a little assistance in UDP Socket Bandwidth calculation

user3463336I'm having issue with calculating average bandwidth of Server from client. Can anyone please to check this code and tell me whether it is correct or not. I'm not good in C, never mind with the bad codes. //---- INCLUDES START #include <stdio.h> //Contains declarations used in most input and outp...

gotta love it..
"never mind the bad code"
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Q: Need a little assistance in UDP Socket Bandwidth calculation

user3463336I'm having issue with calculating average bandwidth of Server from client. Can anyone please to check this code and tell me whether it is correct or not. I'm not good in C, never mind with the bad codes. //---- INCLUDES START #include <stdio.h> //Contains declarations used in most input and outp...

 
@SimonAndréForsberg I saw it. Not bad.
 
12:32 PM
gotta love the conversation:
When you say you are having an "issue", I take that to mean your code is not working as intended. That kind of question is off-topic for CR. — syb0rg 19 mins ago
this code is working but not the way I wanted as the result are not the same as my friends — user3463336 9 mins ago
 
@SimonAndréForsberg I see your point. it would have to be while > -1
 
12:49 PM
morning
 
good afternoon...
 
I guess I will keep saying "morning" when I get here, whatever time it is.
 
;)
 
1:07 PM
morning
 
Hey^^
 
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Q: Clean up this code for animating a ScrollView

Tom HartI have this code which runs when an Async HTTP call is made on a HorizontalScrollView //These 3 defined outside of the method ObjectAnimator animatorR = null; ObjectAnimator animatorL = null; boolean loop = true; Inside the method ...

 
so
Android..
do those get tagged with Java?
 
this user is going to make me wait for the bounty!!! ugh.
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Q: Some tips on a CodeIgniter Model I am building

o7th Web DesignCan I get some pointers/critique/comments on the following model? (p.s. performance seems great... tested all methods up to 10,000 records) <?php if (!defined('BASEPATH')) exit('No direct script access allowed'); class o7th_Model extends CI_Model { private $msg; private $last_id; ...

@konijn I would. unless they are specifically using C# in something like MonoDev or Xamarin
@konijn looks like Java to me. are you going to fix the indentation of the code?
 
@konijn Yeah, normally they should
 
1:15 PM
BTW.Work
 
It is possible to write Android code without using Java, but that one is clearly Java ^^
 
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Q: rails refactoring has_many

asiniyI have a RoR 4 app, and its model have these associations: has_many :accreditations has_one :legal, -> { where(kind_cd: Accreditation.legal) }, class_name: 'Accreditation' has_many :departments, -> { where(kind_cd: Accreditation.department) }, class_name: 'Accreditation' so, you see that these...

 
hey I have stars
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lol
 
@SimonAndréForsberg which one is not Java?
Monking!
 
1:34 PM
@rolfl I don't think we've had any Android questions on CR that isn't Java, but technically speaking...
 
1:47 PM
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Q: is this function safe to use?

user3398699I have this function, i want users to enter their code in my blog and keep original styling tags intact. SO i had to develop a function that extracts user's code (betwen two tags) and convert special characters to html entities, then remove unwanted tags using purifyHtml. I want to know if it is ...

 
@rolfl Why haven't I thought of that?
 
@Malachi I dont do indentation of code, the OP will not sufficiently be lambasted for indenting properly the code
 
2:04 PM
@Malachi "...and thick and fast they came at last, and more and more and more!"
 
@rolfl I suspect that some of those are Java that is not tagged as such.
 
Yeah, scanning the list, all of them ;-)
(the not closed ones, anyway)
 
2:33 PM
"I am fire. I am... death."
 
That's what the cigarette said, right?
 
"Black arrow!"
The cigarette analogy was a good one. Now I'm gonnnnna call them "dragons" instead.
 
so you can go outside and take a drag-on one?
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(man I am on form today ;0 )
 
rofl
 
@JoachimPileborg You should know what is on-topic for Code Review before you point them there. — syb0rg 26 secs ago
 
2:37 PM
That's great, I have currently 3 starred messages saying "Monking!", "lol" and "rofl". Rationale: if you want to get stars, post no more than one word.
 
@syb0rg On the SO question, it does sound like he is looking for (a kind of) code review.
"Can anyone please to check this code and tell me whether it is correct or not."
 
but also that the code is not doing what he expects ... is not working.
 
The only problem is that he's saying he's having "an issue" with the code.
@rolfl Exactly. But he doesn't exactly say that so that it's clear on SO.
They should however, have asked him "what is the issue?"
 
Morning @Jamal
Question .....
 
Morning!
 
2:43 PM
If I am going through the non-tagged android questions and fixing them, why are you fixing them again? .... ;-)
 
Because I like to fix things (again). :-)
 
Should I be a lot more aggressive with the formatting/text editing ... ?
 
I don't see too many people making changes like those. Sometimes I tend to really take out unneeded text. I suppose it's up to you.
 
Also, I think I feel offended that we see you pop up in the edit queue before you pop up in the 2nd monitor... ;-)
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And to user3463336: Please state exactly what the issue is. (which results are you getting, and which results did you expect?) Then you don't have to be bounced back and forth between sites. — Simon André Forsberg 42 secs ago
 
2:47 PM
I sort of consider flags and edits a priority. Yeah, I can get on chat first, but sometimes I forget.
 
@rolfl It's Jamal we're talking about, are you surprised?
 
Nope ;-) , and hammer away at those flags and edits .... don't mean to distract you from your duties ;-)
 
Most of these edits aren't part of them anyway; it's something I've done way before then. But I haven't found anything else this morning that required moderator attention.
 
Also, I have a question about this one: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/45346/revisions
Note the very bottom of the first edit.... should that have been flagged somehow, what is the CR policy on that. I think the edit and title change pushed that question to Hot Questions.
But the question did not get my upvote... out of spite, I guess.
 
Mine, neither. But it was mostly because the OP never fixed that indentation (tabs in code are really starting to annoy me). I was going to fix it myself, but it was already mentioned in an answer.
 
2:57 PM
But the language edit was handled correctly/appropriately?
 
Spoilers:
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Q: What is the optimal algorithm for the game, 2048?

nitish712I have recently stumbled upon the game 2048. You merge similar tiles by moving them in any of the four directions to make "bigger" tiles. After each move, a new tile appears at random empty position with value of either 2 or 4. The game terminates when all the boxes are filled and there are no mo...

 
3:10 PM
@JerryCoffin Concurrent programming in C has one advantage over C++: no exceptions. So It's OK to have lock/unock statements without a lock_guard class. The Windows 'NT' kernel is/was written in C.
 
We have both @Mat'sMug and @syb0rg for artificial intelligence.
 
@ChrisW Love it, I'm gonna take a look at that later.
For now, I'm stuck with this:
StackTrace for thread pool-1-thread-1
java.lang.Object.wait(Native Method)
java.lang.Object.wait(Object.java:503)
org.apache.batik.util.SoftReferenceCache.requestImpl(SoftReferenceCache.java:131)
org.apache.batik.ext.awt.image.URLImageCache.request(URLImageCache.java:81)
org.apache.batik.ext.awt.image.spi.ImageTagRegistry.checkCache(ImageTagRegistry.java:94)
org.apache.batik.bridge.SVGImageElementBridge.createImageGraphicsNode(SVGImageElementBridge.java:227)
org.apache.batik.bridge.SVGImageElementBridge.buildImageGraphicsNode(SVGImageElementBridge.java:177)
And I really mean stuck. The program never gets out of there. I think I might be dealing code like @Mat'sMug had a while ago.
 
In the dump you should be able to get a reference to the monitor it is waiting on.
(I don't see any lock notations in the trace through, maybe quite low in the trace).
 
@rolfl Well, I can see a bit in the source what it's waiting for, but I haven't seen an explicit object reference.
 
Is that stack taken from a kill -3 / Ctrl-\ ?
@ChrisW - check out Mat's Mug score:
2 days ago, by Mat's Mug
37,136. Still no 4096...
 
3:31 PM
@rolfl Nope, it's from Thread.getAllStackTraces
Either way, it's nothing I have to deal with now. It's only been caused by one SVG image so far.
 
OK, if you do a kill-3 or a Ctrl \ it will dump all the 'monitor' conditions......
You can identify which threads are holding which locks, and so on.
 
@rolfl Remind me about that if I have to deal with this bug later on :) I don't expect to deal with this again in a month.
TTLOFSEAQWFTPUTNMAWWPBS (Time to log out from stack exchange and quit work for this period until they need me again, which will probably be soon)
 
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Q: First Time HTML5/CSS Site

NegglyI am working on my first HTML5/CSS web site and, like all of my first-time projects, they end up cumbersome, crude, and hard to work with when changes need to be made later in the life cycle. I am attaching some code with a small amount of HTML and CSS. I have read up on CSS and HTML and, after q...

 
@Simon don't... please
 
@SimonAndréForsberg - how old is your batik library: issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=40167
 
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A: What's a Zombie? And what are the many other memes of Code Review?

Vogel612Name: Overly long acronyms Originator: Simon André Forsberg Cultural Height: The 2nd Monitor Background: IWNPFETTOLAI (I will not provide further explantion than this overly long acronym itself)

 
Let me go upvote ... BBIAB.
 
WSRSCMOLA
 
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Q: jQuery grouping similar functions

AndreFontaineI want to group the two very similars jQuery functions in just one. Any idea? HTML: <input id="progress" type="text" class="spinner-input form-control" maxlength="3" readonly value="<?php echo $progreso['progress'] ?>"> <div class="spinner-buttons input-group-btn btn-group-vertical"> ...

 
@konijn I meant to edit the question....
 
@Malachi Go ahead, I aint stopping you
 
3:53 PM
@konijn I don't remember the question now....lol
something needs to be addressed in the HTML sector ▼▼▼
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A: First Time HTML5/CSS Site

Dave YarwoodThis looks great! Very nice, especially for a beginner. I really have no criticisms. Does your site look the way you want it in the browser?

 
@Malachi definitely...
 
@Vogel612 thank you
 
@rolfl When I looked at that artificial intelligence guys answer, I concluded I don't know jack-squat about AI.
 
@syb0rg I am surrounded by people who make me feel stupid when they talk AI.... I know little too.
 
I just tried my hand at ethical code review.
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A: Speed dating algorithm to select the pair of dates

MorwennComputationally speaking, I don't have anything to add what has already been said. @amon did a really comprehensive review of your code. However, there are some serious sociological and/or ethical flaws in your code. I would say that, genderly speaking, it could be made more generic: Sexual ori...

 
4:02 PM
@Morwenn - please tell me your code matches men with women....
 
@rolfl it looks like it also works in a different way......
 
I gave hint to produce code that would be easier to extend to consider Ménage à trois speed dating problems.
 
Damn the french and their Ménage à trois, Galavanting Presidents, and, is it true, that the French call 'French Kissing' - 'English Kissing' ?
 
That's not true.
We call that "bisou avec la langue (kiss with the tongue)"
 
huh, my sources are wrong.... and, that's just disgusting....
 
4:08 PM
And also sometimes "French kiss" since it's widely used overseas.
 
euphemisms have a point.
 
However, we now have a dedicated word for "ménage à trois": it's "trouple".
 
That common, huh?
 
Not common, nor generally accepted.
And it is already hard enough to maintain a good relationship with two people... let alone with three.
 
I somehow get the feeling we're drifting off to somewhere we don't want to go...
 
4:15 PM
Worry not. I'll be leaving soon :)
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@rolfl When I was young, I'm sure I was told that "baiser" means "to kiss".
 
"baiser" is rather polysemic.
 
isn't it also some kind of sweet?
 
Myeah, I would not advise people to use the word baiser unless they are fluent in French, you might get slapped
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you have to know how to use it
 
Generally speaking it's used for either "kiss" or "fuck". More generally for "fuck".
 
4:24 PM
Right, I think I am regretting this digression ;-)
 
Well, whatever. I'm leaving. See you later xD
 
I speak two languages.... English, and Afrikaans.... one is useful.
 
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Q: angular directive with use of scope.$parent and $timeout

user17893For the over eager people: check out this plunker I create a directive which has to add buttons on top of input fields, to select the language you want to input. This is used on forms, such as a product form. A product has translations (i.e. has a description that is language dependant) Things...

 
French will get me in trouble ;-)
 
You generally don't need to know French whatsoever.
 
4:26 PM
@Morwenn canada has some french-only provinces...
 
@Vogel612 But even so, people will probably be able to speak English.
 
but @rolfl one can assume, that the canadian french is somewhat different from the french french
 
@Morwenn I spent an uncomfortable week in Paris once....
 
@rolfl stop right there..
 
Canadian French is funny :D
 
4:27 PM
Was on a tour though Europe, and we rolled the tour bus on the peripherique ?
 
@Jamal i think it's time for the vacuum about right now
 
I was one of 6 who was able to physically wlk away from the accident.... but I spent the next week visiting people in 11 different hospitals.
 
I got lost on the périphérique once...
 
phew... crisis averted.
 
I learned enough to know that if I spoke Afrikaans instead of English, I got further ... ;-)
 
4:28 PM
@Vogel612 For what? :P
 
@Jamal i somehow had the feeling rolfl might take us on an excourse into an area where I really didn't want to go...
 
cough
 
I'm really leaving this time. You won't miss me :)
 
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Q: Dividing 2 numbers

user2198121The problem is to input, divide 2 ints and display the result. Please, review my program. It worth noting, I've intentionally used goto, not while. int main(){ int a, b; ab_input: cout << "Enter 2 numbers: "; cin >> a >> b; try { if (!cin) throw std::runtime_error("Bad...

"I've intentionally used goto"
 
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Q: Dividing 2 numbers

user2198121The problem is to input, divide 2 ints and display the result. Please, review my program. It worth noting, I've intentionally used goto, not while. int main(){ int a, b; ab_input: cout << "Enter 2 numbers: "; cin >> a >> b; try { if (!cin) throw std::runtime_error("Bad...

 
4:31 PM
someone please slap him....
even I know that goto is BAD, and I never used any language that could do it...
 
I... hope he knows what happens when you use a goto. :-P
 
Does now:
 
You've earned the "Sportsmanship" badge. See your profile.
 
Grats, @Malachi - !
 
@rolfl thank you
 
4:45 PM
(LET THE HOLYWAR BEGINS!!!11) I believe it's more apropriate and more readable here, than while. Or goto_is_bad is a dogma? Anyway, may be there are some another notes? — user2198121 7 mins ago
 

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