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RELOAD! There are 5241 unanswered questions (89.9738% answered)
12:24 AM
I might be straining SEDE A bit with that stats query
I keep making it time out ...
@Phrancis see the CTE of this query for what I mean with "primary tag" :)
My SQL is rusty
high time to go to bed for me
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2:05 AM
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Q: How does an air conditioner operate with OOP?

CarlosI had a phone interview and we shared a screen to do a simple challenge. Instructions were ambiguous but I basically had to implement how an air conditioner would work in general. I wrote the following as I talked it out with the interviewer. So I made a class with a parameter that would be a ro...

3:17 AM
Q: DDOS Mechanism: Improving thread safety & loop speed?

Brandon SageI'm pretty new to this but I coded a DDOS mechanism for educational purposes. I need to know if the thread safety can be improved (Right now I have none, but do I need any?) and if the loop speed can be improved (can data be sent any faster)? public class SessionWorker : ISessionWorker { pri...

Q: Re-arrange page numbers

qazwsx598Input: -Total pages of a book : int -Pages per booklet : int (divisible by 4 evenly) Processing: -Re-arrange the pages in each booklet to follow a specific format, [n, f, f+1, n-1], where n is the last page of the booklet, and f is the first Output: print a list/tuple of the re-arranged int...

Q: Lightshot Print Screen key linux handler - Follow-up #1

VlastimilThis question is a direct follow-up #1 of my previous question: Lightshot Print Screen key linux handler There were too many errors which I didn't see at the moment and I tried hard to fix them up now. I would like someone else (than myself) to actually review the code this time. #!/bin/sh...

3:33 AM
Q: An overloaded random number function template using modern C++

Marc.2377I don't mess around a lot with templates (or with GTK), but today I wrote something and would like to know how it can be improved, and hopefully clarify a few things in the process. So, Randolfi() is a function template which returns a random number. A range can be specified as arguments. It us...

4:01 AM
Closing firefox ;-)
I just woke up to a comment (and downvote). Apparently an answer that just tells "yes, it's safe" and uses Node's code to proof it "isn't accurate". Grumble grumble
@Heslacher How many tabs? o.O
Q: can i get a code for this in python 3

user167038Write a program that repeatedly prompts a user for integer numbers until the user enters 'done'. Once 'done' is entered, print out the largest and smallest of the numbers. If the user enters anything other than a valid number catch it with a try/except and put out an appropriate message and ignor...

@Zeta only 13
4:48 AM
Q: Dynamic array implementation in C

Manvendra SinghI have implemented a dynamic array in C. I am a beginner in C so any constructive feedback about improving the implementation would be greatly appreciated. Header file for the implementation( dyn_array.h) #ifndef TYPE_H #define TYPE int #define TYPE_SIZE sizeof(int) #endif #ifndef STDDEF_H #in...

Maybe you are looking for a code review. If so, maybe your working code should be presented on Code Review instead of on SO. Read the rules for Code Review carefully. If your code doesn't compile, it is not appropriate for CR. But then you should have stated that you're having difficulties getting your code compiled when you asked for help on SO. — Jonathan Leffler 51 secs ago
@Heslacher For all their publicity they made about it, I find the new Firefox's performance to be pretty horrible, I found myself going back to Chrome quite soon after I tried it
5:05 AM
@Phrancis I don't care that much for performance but the memory consumption is horrible if the firefox is open for some long time. Maybe this is due to running in a VM but i don't know.
5:22 AM
@Heslacher Could be. Maybe you ought to turn on logging, would be interesting to see when consumption degrades
5:57 AM
Q: Better way to use Macro to support multiple platforms

ProgrammerI wrote a C++ plugin that retrieves screen pixel. It works on Windows and Android. I noticed that dllexport is only required on Windows but not on Android and causes error on other platform other than Windows. I fixed that by using #if macro to make it use dllexport only on Windows. Here is the ...

@Heslacher Did you check about:memory?
6:33 AM
Q: How to set wpf control into multiple pages of pdf?

Chan JoshuaCan anyone help me with this problem ?

6:54 AM
Q: how to make my bash script for docker more error handling

Tara Prasad Gurung#check if slash exist ,than remove case "${BRANCH_TAG_NAME}" in */*) #Branchname can be /origin/master so removing the slash BRANCH_TAG_NAME=$(echo ${BRANCH_TAG_NAME} | grep -o '[^/]*$') docker build --no-cache -t $IMAGE_NAME:$BRANCH_TAG_NAME . docker tag $IMAGE_NAME:$BRANCH_T...

7:22 AM
@CaptainObvious no code no glory
@Zeta nope
3 cvs and no comment :/
Comment done. Usually a question without code shouldn't need a comment if it is closed fast enough because the closed message will show the why.
@Duga rolled back. Don't have auto-comments on the phone though
Q: Reading numbers from a text file then adding them together

tchsriteVery new to learning python in my first semester of college, I could use some help. Instructions, to write a code that: Reads a long list of numbers from a text file Each number represents a month Sum every 12 numbers together for total savings Add the total amount from each saving. Here's ...

@Vogel612 placed the what you ma/may not do...link
7:30 AM
@Heslacher I was thinking of the auto-comment from the frequently used comments :)
@Heslacher thanks
@Vogel612 problem is that I always need to visit that meta post and copy and paste it. Unfortunately the auto-comment addin isn't working anymore with firefox.
possible answer invalidation by kiko on question by tchsrite: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/191942/revisions
@Duga no invalidation
7:46 AM
Q: C# style Event and Delegate in C++

legokangpallaThis is my first code review so please be specific. I'd appreciate advises regarding both the implementation detail and ways to improve usage/performance/generic. There are two parts, XDelegate which is I got from http://blog.coldflake.com/posts/C++-delegates-on-steroids/ and there is the XEvent...

Q: Is it ok to review the code of an acquaintance?

mu 無This post was posted by an acquaintance with whom I am directly related. I'm helping her ramp up on Python. Usually, I wait for the community to answer the questions posted by her (since it gets her objective feedback from the best folks out there), but since this post didn't have any feedback fo...

possible answer invalidation by NinjaArekku on question by NinjaArekku: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/191864/revisions
8:03 AM
Q: Two Sum Problem in C

user167056Two Sum Problem: Given an array of integers, return indices of the two numbers such that they add up to a specific target. You may assume that each input would have exactly one solution, and you may not use the same element twice. Example: Given nums = [2, 7, 11, 15], target = 9, Because num...

8:22 AM
Q: Frustrating TypeError - can't compare str and int. Trying to compare successive slices of a string [Python]

tripolonThis has me stumped and confused. I am a complete beginner, taking my first week of a course in programming, and tackling an infamously difficult problem. I thought I had finally found the solution, but this one line keeps producing an error and I do not know how to get around it. TypeError: '>=...

8:56 AM
Q: ACL SQL using propel

Dany Henriquez----------------------------------------------------------------------- -- user ----------------------------------------------------------------------- DROP TABLE IF EXISTS [user]; CREATE TABLE [user] ( [id] INTEGER NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY AUTOINCREMENT, [first_name] VARCHAR(128) NOT NULL,...

Q: reuse single react component for add and update operation

woonkwI want to be able to share one single modal component for add and update for a list, I think now my code for the modal is fine, it's stateless: const MyModal = ({ isOpen, closeModal, handleChangeDrinkInput, newDrink, saveModal, isEdit }) => ( <Modal isOpen={isOpen} onRequestClose=...

9:18 AM
@Kumar If your code is already working, maybe you could post it on Code Review and ask if further optimizations are possible. — lexicore 26 secs ago
If your code works, take it to Code Review. SO is for solving problems. — underscore_d 58 secs ago
10:09 AM
id suggest putting this on codereview — BugFinder 11 secs ago
10:28 AM
Q: How to use "on" method like jquery's "on" method in pure javascript?

BehindTheSceneMy idea comes from jquery's "on" method. I want to use the "on" method to catch all the events of an object class. Requirement: ES6 let MyClass = (function () { let __sym = Symbol('MyClass'); class MyClass { constructor() { this[__sym] = {}; } on...

Q: Djikstra Algorithm

SuperduperI am trying to implement Djikstra's algorithm to solve a labyrinth using an nxm matrix where inputs are 0 and 1. 0 means move and 1 is stop. We need a path that starts at top left and goes to the bottom right My understanding is there are 4 options: 1) initial point has 2 possible motions, 2) t...

Q: How to create a class to stop parser from converting UTF-8 entity hex characters?

Don_BI'm trying to stop the xml parser from converting the UTF-8 enitity hex codes to its character alternative and also not adding the extra space in self-closing nodes after parsing. I've created a class for this (say DB_class) shown as below using System.IO; using System.Xml.Linq; class tDocument...

10:45 AM
Q: Speeding up video editing

Frederik HansenI'm currently trying to add text to a video. To do so I've been manipulating each frame by adding text to each bitmap and then rendering a new video. using (var vFReader = new VideoFileReader()) { vFReader.Open(HostingEnvironment.MapPath("~/Content/images/video.mp4")); using (var vFWrit...

10:55 AM
possible answer invalidation by Sam on question by Sam: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/191870/revisions
11:06 AM
@Duga seems ok
@Feeds That reminds me that I wanted to ask another question on meta.
Need to write some queries after work.
What you are asking for is a code review. Don't think this is the place for it. However, just as a quick point, capture your range from SheetA into an array. Then build a separate array for SheetB. Once done, you can paste your array for ShhetB directly into SheetB. It is a lot quicker to work from memory rather than from sheets in excel — Zac 46 secs ago
11:24 AM
Q: Ruby: How to use a placeholder for a string used in a case

Melissa LoosI have something like this case string when ... when "abz.... [IPv6] ...xyz" when... end At the moment I have a fix IPv6 standing in my code but I want to use a placeholder instead. I am absolutely new to Ruby. How to do it?

Greetings, Programs
Thanks! Works like a charm with arrays (even I hate arrays in VBA, they are not nice in data manipulation). Next time I come over to codereview! — Bendaua 56 secs ago
11:59 AM
Q: Adding entities to a HashSet that are distinct by ID

w0051977Please see the YouTube video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRCOKKUSp9s. It is argued that entities should not have equality. Now see this: https://github.com/citerus/dddsample-core/blob/master/src/main/java/se/citerus/dddsample/domain/shared/Entity.java#L15. In the second link an inter...

12:34 PM
Q: Improving SQL query : KNN search by distinct category in postgis/postgres

PakI have a postgres table, etablissements with millions of rows, and a geom (st_point) column , spatially indexed (using gist). I'm using the PostGIS extension. Those rows may have a different category, activite_principale. I want to find from a given, fixed point (coordinates) the closest etablis...

12:50 PM
Q: Using images from a website in a randomized gallery

Andina CarlanderI'm making an randomized image appear on every reload of my homepage. This image gallery will eventually become very large, so if there's a way for me to use the images (currently from Imgur) without having to write up all of the separate links up I'd be delighted. Here´s the code: var randomIm...

1:15 PM
possible answer invalidation by Sam on question by Sam: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/191870/revisions
@RobertAndrzejuk I didn't want to change more than needed to answer the question. This isn't codereview.stackexchange.com. — Thomas 1 min ago
1:36 PM
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it belongs to codereview.stackexchange.com IMHO — Mauricio Gracia Gutierrez 37 secs ago
Hi guys! What is the purpose of "The 2nd Monitor"?
Q: Welcome to The 2nd Monitor!

PhrancisSo, you have found your way to the Code Review main chat room, The 2nd Monitor, perhaps for one of these reasons: You were invited or "pinged" by a site moderator or other user to discuss a post on the main Code Review site; You visited Code Review for the 1st or Nth time, and noticed the chat ...

Oh, thanks.
Is it fine to ask to review my answers? I checked most of the guides and help topics. Just want to be sure everyting is okay.
Sure. Ask away :)
So, that's not many of them yet (: may I go ALL IN?
Aha, 5 in total.
Just pick random.
1:51 PM
That self-answer could've been an edit instead. It's not like there were any other answers to invalidate and now this is somewhat less likely to get a review
Other than that with my limited c knowledge these answers all look okay, maybe a little terse (personal preference here)
Not that I'd be finding the time to write proper long reviews in java as of late :(
My English is not fluent and prone to errors. I still feel uncomfortable with it.
Doing my best about it (:
@sineemore FWIW easiest way to learn more English is to write more. ;)
Yeap, that's great experience. I have nice Mod4 + T hotkey to notify-send X selection translation.
Misuse of google APIs and wget (:
Using this constantly.
@sineemore I just edited this answer, feel free to rollback but that might help with building less-terse responses. :)
I kinda want to set this up myself now...
1:57 PM
> That self-answer could've been an edit instead.
Yeap. I thought it isn't nice to let unanswered question hang out.
Typically, with Self-Answers, I write them only after a week or so has passed with no responses.
@202_accepted, oh, yeah I remeber that part in manual, my fault
@202_accepted I usually wait 3 months.
@202_accepted, wow! Nice edits! Thanks for fixing my answer.
Q: save a string of integers into an 2 dimentional array in c++

Ahmed Abdallahstring str ="0 10 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 1 10 400 200 300 1000 2000 300 200 400 2 10 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 3 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 10 -100 -100 -100 -100 -100 -100 -100 -100 8 10 -400 -200 -3...

Q: Program that reads in Cartesian or polar coordinates, can discern which is which, and allows conversion and arithmetical manipulation

Josh LittleCan i get my program checked for efficiency? as in, see if there are better ways of writing my code, for example, making more efficient use of memory and/or security options like where to use constants? forces read in are in the form: p 0 0 c 0 0 the first letter is what type of force cartesi...

2:01 PM
@sineemore No problem, it often helps to see how something you wrote can be rewritten to meet the new concepts (such as being more open and friendly). :)
Bring down the hammers. Both of them.
@CaptainObvious So, question. Which do I choose if the code isn't implemented or included? Any of the three options work.
Authorship of Code: "be embedded directly".
@sineemore spoilers! :)
Lacks [...] Context: Obviously
Not Implemented: Obviously.
2:07 PM
I take it Narnia doesn't have Cinnabons? Because if you can magic up a plate of those, I'll betray whoever.
Note that from this I can guess where you're from. Since you omitted that on your profile...
Maybe I should post that question on meta.
@Vogel612, yeap, I thought a lot about that part with "naive guess".
@sineemore Wow, only on SE for 2 days and already 5 answers?
2:10 PM
Is there some limit? (:
@sineemore No, just impressed.
Most people start on Stack Overflow and get themselves banned and downvoted.
Including me.
I only get downvoted because they hate everyone, never been banned.
Hah) I used to have profile on code golfing years ago.
2:12 PM
Well, you aren't Alex, are you? He was a blue bird over there for a while.
Nope, blue bird is rather young)
Burning Jira boards when a project is finished is my favourite part of my job.
Q: Median Filter Implementation In Python

M.HanI implemented median filter in Python in order to remove the salt & pepper noise from the images. It is working fine and all but I would love to hear your advices or opinions. def median_filter(data, filter_size): temp = [] indexer = filter_size // 2 for i in range(len(data)): ...

@Vogel612, I changed the gist: https://gist.github.com/sineemore/f707e414d60914b1d8d627d8fd02436d
Thanks, you made me rethink that part of file.
@sineemore I read that as "you made me rethink that part of life" lol
2:22 PM
Updated that chat message. Only RoomOwners and mods can see the original link now
Bbiab bus and stack is nauseating
@Malachi, still valid (:
You know what would be freaking cool? If I could select text in anything (word, browser, etc) and translate from language A to B.
It looks like you are looking for someone to review your code. You may get better results at codereview.stackexchange.comSyntaxRules 11 secs ago
@202_accepted There are tools for that.
Usually as addins.
2:27 PM
I want something more universal
Hi, @bruglesco.
No extensions or addins, because I might want it in Visual Studio, you know?
Makes sense.
I may want it in SSMS, or Notepad++. :)
Shouldn't be hard to do since both Google and Bing have APIs around their translators.
2:27 PM
The hard part will be hooking into Windows.
@bruglesco Good monking.
And I hear that English/Chinese in Bing is as good as a human translator now.
@202_accepted Actually, that's not too hard.
You want a global hook, which is the easiest kind to listen for.
@Hosch250 But I want to replace the actual text in whatever program, including a browser window of HTML.
@202_accepted Oh, I thought you just meant a popup that displays the translation.
Oh no, it's 2018, we need to do things cool now. :)
2:29 PM
@202_accepted If you like IE, it supports translating full pages.
I hate IE, Edge, FF and Chrome.
@202_accepted FWIW, I'd never use it if it automatically started translating things.
@202_accepted What do you use? Opera?
@Hosch250 I want it to work on text-selection.
@Hosch250 Yeah, Opera.
@202_accepted If I select something and it suddenly replaces it, I'd be pissed.
@Hosch250 You still click a button, it just doesn't pop the translation up.
2:30 PM
How will it even know which language to replace it with? What if I usually do Chinese, but I want German this time?
I'm thinking a taskbar notification icon (like Volume or Dropbox), you can change source and destination language, and then hit translate.
And if the text is editable, what if I just want to see what it says, not replace it?
I think it would be best to offer both.
Preview or replace.
@202_accepted, check my link. It's about it (translate everything). X selection is universal. I usually translate text from browser, terminal (man pages or editor).
Just bind it to hotkey.
I use it with dwm.
One may use it with xbindkeys as well.
Q: Fast way to compute the area covered by parallel lines that can overlap

igntecCity is represented by matrix M x N, where rows are enumerated from 1 to N, and columns are enumerated from 1 to M. Tramways always go straight along the row. Starting point of tramway is (r, c1) and ending point is (r, c2), where r is the number of row, c1 - starting column and c2 - ending colu...

Q: How to make that Button for show and hide answer

Raj Kapoor I am a newbie please help me Thanks

Q: find two numbers that have the maximum sum which is also an element in the array

Anonyous GuestI got this question in an interview: Given an array find two numbers that have the maximum sum which is also an element in the array For example: 6 10 12 34 41 16 Output: 16 I could come up with a naive algorithm with time complexity O(N2). Is there a more optimized approach?

@Hosch250 I changed my mind, going to go a different route and do it on copy/paste.
2:37 PM
@CaptainObvious Looks off-topic UCWYA
Usually, working code in need of improvement goes on Code Review. — Johnny Mopp 1 min ago
2:49 PM
@202_accepted, however it will work only in Linux enviroment..
@Peilonrayz curious, why?
@Malachi The 'view' box isn't clearly defined, and doesn't look to work the way they intend. It's missing data, and has an incorrect shift in data. I've now had a reply and this is the case
I don't think it's UCWYA any more
I figured that someone that had done something similar would understand the description...
And you kinda can, but it doesn't work the 'standard' way
@Hosch250 Bing has a free tier, Google does not.
2:59 PM
@202_accepted Wow. That's plain stupid. If you want something to work correctly, you DON'T make it switch on a frequency available to the public.
Now I wonder what happens if you put a microwave next to it.
@Mast Look many EE's like you and I understand that, but FCC and such.
@202_accepted Yea, somebody took the easy way out.
Q: Simple setting retriever from cookies

TschallackaI have a cookie on my site with the following value: eyJGIjp0cnVlLCJBIjp0cnVlLCJUIjpmYWxzZSwiUyI6ZmFsc2UsIkciOmZhbHNlLCJYIjpmYWxzZX0%3D I use this function to retrieve the value from the site so I can use it in the applications my site uses to greenlight certain elements or to block them. ...

3:21 PM
I think this is more a case for codereview.stackexchange.com, not for StackOverflow — FunThomas 51 secs ago
3:32 PM
Q: Perform BFS on a Binary Tree

Latika AgarwalQuestion: Perform Breadth first traversal on a BST and print the elements traversed class Node(object): def __init__(self, value,left=None, right=None): self.value = value self.left = left self.right = right class BinarySearchTree(object): def __init__(self, v...

Q: Counting combinations of consecutive symbols in Java

Adam AminLet's assume we have an array that contains the following elements: -1, 0, 0, 1, 0, -1, 0, -1, 1 I would like to count the combinations of consecutive elements such that -1,0 & 0,0 & 0,1 & 1,0 & 0,-1 & -1,0 & 0,-1 & -1&1 In this case: The count of -1,0 = 2 The count of 0,1 = 1 The count o...

@Malachi What a surprise, I tell them to do it the normal way. And apparently I've done something wrong...
@CaptainObvious copied directly from this post
I should have left a comment on the question earlier
@SamOnela thank you
I had been watching that one. it appeared that it may be plagiarism, but it also could have been that is where they got the idea from
@Hosch250 Finished my translator. ;)
Il fonctionne moyennement bien.
Screenshot or it didn't happen :P
3:42 PM
Yeah. It was really easy.
WLet me make it pretty.
@CaptainObvious Did new courses start this week or something? Much crap.
@Hosch250 ^^^ Voici un message de test.
3:59 PM
@202_accepted you should give it a destination option....
@Malachi I did.
sorry, bad phrasing
like where to put the output
It puts it in the input box you cursor into.
It will paste directly to it.
you have a github repo for this?
Not yet
4:01 PM
so it hooks to a specific window?
It hooks to everything.
So if you hold CTRL+SHIFT then press V, it will prompt you with that translate dialogue.
No matter what window you are in.
oh I see
that's pretty cool
I want one, too
It also remembers your language selection for the next paste, but you can still change it.
4:05 PM
Q: Security cookie bug on website

PedramI am Exploring a login page script with this logic: It use OTP system for login, user must enter phone number and get and confirm message via SMS, after login it set a cookie: setcookie('auth', $tel, time() + 86400, '/'); It keep user login until this cookie expire, I suspicious to this part o...

Q: UK Tax Calculator - First Python program

adam WadsworthThis is my first Python program and while it's not quite finished I would like to know how I could improve in general as a programmer. This project has be a lot of fun but it has felt more like throwing stuff at the wall and seeing what sticks rather than well thought out programming. could anyo...

Q: Count_the_leafs

Gajendra SaraswatI am creating a tree by using user input value(no. of elements) and an array with indices representing child such as [-1,0,0,1,1],this code is supposed to return a integer value representing the number of leafs remaining in the tree after deleting user input value containing node and its subtree....

Check this: imgur.com/a/u7JwX
Anyone using Linux?
@sineemore I didn't have time yesterday. Will take approximately another 30 minutes till you have a second review on your JSON thingy.
@sineemore waves
~raises hand
@Zeta, thanks!
4:13 PM
\o - but mostly just in a VM currently- not main OS
@Vogel612 Es funktioniert auch mit Deutsch. ;)
sieht gut aus 😀 Was verwendest du als Übersetzer?
:: got distracted by a viral gif of a dog wanting to get under the covers ::
@sineemore Dual-boot FTW
@SamOnela Don't want to know.
I blame imgur
4:16 PM
Mm, what FTW means?
for the win!
Hah, okay
WTF acronym database: mirbsd.org/wtf.htm
@Vogel612 Früher habe ich Azure kognitive Leistungen Text Übersetzung API. :)
yea that one is garbled
@202_accepted Ouch. That one looks bad.
4:19 PM
Bye guys! Thanks for your nice community! (:
drop by anytime :)
@Vogel612 @Zeta Blame Bing / Microsoft! :P
I'm not paying the $20/mo for Google's.
Q: Mars Rover Kata using TDD and SOLID

YuliyaI am doing MarsRoverKata exercise just to train my coding skills and I came up with the following solution. I was trying to follow SOLID principles in my implementation and I used TDD approach to write code. Please criticize. I have two main classes: MarsRover (manages main parameters of the Ro...

Q: VBA code which creates a daily report, based on data gathered in Worksheets in an Excel Workbook

user167105I'm here today looking for some enlightening, since I'm still learning to code in VBA. I'm running a code to create a daily report, it has to compare dates and check certain values in those dates and based on that I get my info. The info is gathered from three worksheets that are on the same work...

4:41 PM
@SamOnela where? may be my dog, he is hilarious
@sineemore I think I have a machine or two still running Linux, I haven't turned them on in a while though.
4:53 PM
Ugh, got sidetracked.
> Indomita is a wild horse hybrid simulation/rp game. Unlike in a standard sim game where you would run a stable or train horses for competition, Indomita is much more open than that! Create or adopt a horse character and guide them on their journey through life. Choose roles to suit their goals and personality and develop relationship with other in game characters to unlock new interactions.
The crap you come across when searching where your wine comes from.
I see it in the top right corner of that link from sineemor - currently the second in the list of Most viral images - titled "tuck me in for bed"
Q: Fake duck typing with dynamic

t3chb0tThere are sometimes situations where you have a couple of related classes with static fields or properties but you cannot access them via T because you cannot define interfaces for static memebers. I thought I write a helper that by utilizing dynamic allows me to do that anyway. It is implemente...

@CaptainObvious Fake duck typing.
If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, it's a dog?
5:17 PM
You know that moment when you read some answer and think "huh, that makes sense", try to upvote it and then notice that it was your own damn answer?
@Zeta 100% Yes
@Zeta "Great minds..."
Q: Using two versions of SingalR in a .NET application

DoctorI hope this is the right place to ask but what maybe the consequences of using two versions of singalR in a single application on shared views. I would think it depends on the usage but how otherwise it will impact the application use?

@Malachi Probably going to drop this in GitHub momentarily.
5:33 PM
That being said, where do you review the actual code? You have presented an alternative solution, but haven't reviewed the code. "Use C instead of C++" isn't a review, neither is "use this code instead of yours". You acknowledge that in your "caveat", but that's not a valid reason to post an alternative variant. You can, however, put your own code up for review if your interested in one. — Zeta 13 secs ago
Can I get a sanity check here? ^^
Ah, damnit. s/your/you're/. Well, not globally. The last match.
1 min ago. you should still have time
Done, thanks.
Q: Calling many methods in a constructor in Java

NasserIn the following class, I would like to change the way I call the methods in a better way. As you can see, I have to call each method and store its returned value into a variable and then pass it to another method. public class MathOperations { public MathOperations() { int[] items = {3,5,2...

@202_accepted make sure to ping me with the link, please.
5:55 PM
@Andrea at code review time I would definitely say it is wrong, because it's making comprehension and debugging more difficult for no gain whatsoever — Bohemian ♦ 27 secs ago
Q: DegreeDays needs 7 values and my solution should print the sum of my if's and sum of my elif's

Joe Reeddef DegreeDays(val1): for val in val1: if 52 < val < 61: return 60-val elif 79 < val < 95: return 94-val

Q: NOT macro: is this bad practice

Blair FonvilleI typically try to avoid using ! in if-statements, because (to me) it seems easy to overlook. So, I'll usually just spell it out instead, ex: if (done == false) instead of if (!done). While that makes the intention more obvious, it doesn't read very fluidly. So, sometimes I'll use a NOT macro, l...

someone in here has the color in the stack exchange world inverted, right?
@Malachi @Vogel612 IIRC. At least chat.
I would love to get my hands on that. screens are much too bright with all the white and light blue!
@CaptainObvious Oh. Is that on-topic?
6:01 PM
@Zeta Depends on who you ask.
@SamOnela is this working now? --> codereview.stackexchange.com/q/191984/18427
@Mast *sigh* That's exactly the answer I have as a draft. Better luck next time, I guess.
Q: NOT macro: is this bad practice

Blair FonvilleI typically try to avoid using ! in if-statements, because (to me) it seems easy to overlook. So, I'll usually just spell it out instead, ex: if (done == false) instead of if (!done). While that makes the intention more obvious, it doesn't read very fluidly. So, sometimes I'll use a NOT macro, l...

@SimonForsberg used to have on main site as well, but the script is not active everywhere
is not off-topic.....
6:11 PM
@Malachi So DarkChat+
so it is only for chat then huh?
get stylish and SO dark theme
the chat adds some more stuff as well
@Malachi I see it print the nodes traversed... eval.in/987936
@SamOnela Rolf Reopened it
I reopened it because it looked reasonably like the edits would make it work.
(reopen review queue).
6:15 PM
@rolfl I'm on it at the moment.
@Vogel612 finding stuff about Dark Chat, but not DarkChat+
Q: What more context can you provide about a one-liner macro?

t3chb0tThe question about NOT macro: is this bad practice has been closed for not providing concrete context. But what else could OP have written to make it on-topic? OP also explained why he likes this solution. I find he did everything right. The macro is a one-liner with a usage example.

My settings for the translation thing work.
6:20 PM
@Zeta Great job
possible answer invalidation by Zeta on question by Blair Fonville: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/192000/revisions
@Duga You're wrong,
so if I understand this right. the code to be reviewed is #define NOT(x) ((x) == false) ??
@Malachi Exactly.
@Malachi And its usage if NOT(condition) { block; }.
6:25 PM
^^^ example usage
appears that they are asking for usage style
I see that it is reviewable.
The translation thing is done!
Does anyone here compile code on Linux often?
define "often"
@duhaime C? C++? Haskell? Rust?
6:40 PM
Java? LaTeX?
Do I need to invoke the compiler myself or does calling makepkg count?
much suspense
I'm trying to debug a Cuda compilation error of all things. On Ubuntu, I'm seeing: nvcc fatal : Don't know what to do with '/lib' when running:
/usr/local/cuda-8.0/bin/nvcc -arch sm_35 -O3 -DNDEBUG -Xcompiler -fopenmp --compiler-options '-fPIC' -o libcuda_utils.so --shared cuda_utils.cu -I/home/localadmin/torch/install /include/THC -I/home/localadmin/torch/install /include/TH -I/home/localadmin/torch/install /include -L/home/localadmin/torch/install /lib -Xlinker -rpath,/home/localadmin/torch/install /lib -lluaT -lTHC -lTH -lpng -lluajit -lgomp
CUDA? Oh oh.
Haha, yeah
@rolfl @Duga is never wrong.
6:43 PM
@duhaime Shoudl there not be a -I in front of /lib or something?
@duhaime Why is there a space before /lib?
That ^^^
Your $TORCH_PATH is broken or something similar.
it's the space.
and why are you asking us to solve your specific coding problem?
6:44 PM
(because we are suckers).
(and we like attention)
star this <----
@rolfl take it easy I only get so many of those per day, and they don't carry over either
@duhaime There is probably a trailing space in some variable. Check your environment variables. The torch install path has a trailing space ` `.
Ah, @Zeta I think you nailed it
6:49 PM
Q: WPF: what the correct way to

swd hhyrtrSo i have WPF application. This application have several controllers (buttons etc.). When my application is do its stuff i want to disable\enable specific controllers. Currently i am doing this via code behind which is bad idea so my question is what is the current way to do that ? I was thinkin...

@CaptainObvious my application is do its stuff better than yours
Err. That's strange.
@CaptainObvious A new user immediately proposes an edit on a question that has been posted by another new user?
Doh. Nevermind. The former is registered, the latter isn't. User probably asked this question without account by accident, the editor is the real user.
7:10 PM
@Zeta That is why I posted a comment with a link to merge the accounts...apparently it was flagged for removal
@SamOnela Malachi found it in the suggested edit queue, and already initiated the process of account merge with the CMs
The comment was useful, but no longer needed.
(also, in future, if you see that, you can flag it for mod attention too).
@rolfl FTW!
@rolfl I thought in the past I was told that they couldn't but didn't know they could initiate the process
We can't do it directly, but we can ask the CM's nicely to do it.
7:27 PM
Community flags for mod attention, mods flag for CM attention.
In short.
Q: Should answers refrain from referring to other answers on the same question?

ZetaReviews don't pile up at the same time. Whereas Alice was already awake when Charlie's question was posted and wrote an excellent review first, Bob took a longer nap, had a coffee, and then noticed that there is another variant that also reviews the question. He begins his post with the following...

For the mods to notify the CMs, somebody should notify them.
So, flagging for mod attention isn't wrong.
7:43 PM
Q: Best way to generate random prime in C with gmp lib

Th.KI have thought two ways to generate a random big prime in C with the help of GMP(GNU MP) library. In the first solution i am searching brute force until i found a prime. In the second solution i am finding a random big number and if it is not prime i am using the mpz_nextprime (from the library...

Q: How to take the sum of my if and elif and output that

Joe Reedcode tests how many degrees higher or lower the day is than its avg temp and prints the sum of degrees higher and lower for the week def DegreeDays(val1): results = [] for val in val1: if 52 < val < 61: results.append(60-val) elif 79 < val < 95: ...

8:15 PM
@Mast did you have an evil smirk when you hit enter on this message?
@CaptainObvious Do I spy an excess double-quote? DataContext = applicationState;"
@CaptainObvious Abusive repost.
8:45 PM
possible answer invalidation by Zeta on question by NinjaG: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/191747/revisions
@Malachi Nope. NinjaG ignores that kind of comments.
I've tried that several times, sorry.
@Zeta next time you have to format a post, leave the link there. but please be polite
Q: Scheduler built with observables

t3chb0tI sometimes have to schedule some tasks and wanted to have my own reusable scheduler. Since I like the Rx, I build it on top of it. The Scheduler class is really simple. It's backed by a newer implementation of my old CronExpression. There are currently only these two methods. The factory met...

@Malachi Every single question that contained an exercise had to be edited afterwards.
8:58 PM
@Zeta I am looking into this user, I had some thoughts about a user being used by a website, and think this is the user....
IIRC, I commented at least 3 of them with the appropriate link, but I either remember that wrong, or the comments were removed after the questions got edited.
@Malachi "a user being used by a website"?
^^ a subservient user
maybe akin to the Subservient Chicken...
2 hours ago, by rolfl
(because we are suckers).
@Zeta Comments do tend to get removed. I do see that some of them are edited, but I guess they haven't understood the way some users want things formatted around here, especially with regards to quote-blocks.
9:14 PM
Q: Async Await and Promises in Javascript with Mongoose and ExpressJS

deadpoolAlreadyThis is my first time working on a javascript code. I am planning on building a Test Driven Full Stack Application using Express and React. I am fairly new to Async/Await and Promises. I wanted to clarify that the way I handled these in my code is the correct way to proceed or should I improve ...

Q: Non-Null Assert in Scala

Dmitry NoginI am trying to have smarter classes where possible. So I would prefer: class Age(val years: Int) { assert(years >= 0 && years < 130) } class Person(val name: String, val age: Age) { assert(name != null && age != null) } over: class Person(val name: String, val age: Int) { assert(name !...

@CaptainObvious Heh. Answered his own question with an alternative solution.
I'm off for today. Have fun all. gniknoM!
9:53 PM
Q: Convert decimal to binary and find maximum consecuitive 1's

Nikolay OkhlopkovI am given an integer "n" as an input and must convert it to a binary representation. Then I have to find the maximum number if consecutive 1's in it. Can you please evaluate the implementation? Any advice on how to achieve better performance? using System; using System.Collections.Generic; usi...

10:29 PM
Q: Encryption and decryption on streams using AES CBC + HMAC SHA

RandolphThe goal of the code below is to: Support authenticated encryption using AES in the CBC mode and using HMAC SHA. Support encryption and decryption of data of size larger than memory (potentially). Please criticize :) public class AesCbcThenHmacSha : IDisposable { private readonly Func<HMAC>

I found a bug in code I posted for review four years ago.
A: Recursive and flexible approach to Tic-Tac-Toe

Simon ForsbergMore than four years later... I discovered a bug in the code below: // Scan diagonals for a winner: Bottom-left for (int xx = 0; xx < board.getSizeY(); xx++) { newWin(conds, consecutive, loopAdd(board, xx, 0, -1, 1)); } for (int yy = 1; yy < board.getSizeY(); yy++) { newWin(conds, consec...

10:46 PM
Q: Exception in thread "main" java.lang.IllegalArgumentException:

Matheus m.medeirosRead it over and over again and still didn't find the error I'm starting in java and that's a program to convert binary to decimal and vice-versa The code it's: import java.util.Scanner; public class BinParaDecVC { static String converterDecimalParaBinario(String decimal) { final boolean...

11:01 PM
@Peeper That should be on CodeReview — ibrahim mahrir 26 secs ago
@Duga great OP username & avatar
11:17 PM
@ibrahimmahrir Thanks, I didnt know about codereview stack exchange. — Peeper 39 secs ago
11:28 PM
@Duga abducted (/deleted)
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because questions about how to optimise already working code belong to codereview.stackexchange.com. — Dávid Pásztor 36 secs ago

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