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Top new questions this week:

"ONCE", "UPON", "A", "TIME"

I'm working on a small program to perform various tasks on text content, primarily at the word level. I wrote these methods as ways to help prepare the raw text file into something more malleable, ...

java strings array regex io  
asked by Phrancis 19 votes
answered by 200_success 14 votes

Oh my goodness: How many selfies have I taken?

The title is a joke on how some people take a lot of selfies pictures Recently, in The 2nd Monitor, there was a brief discussion on selfie answers, starting with this post. At one point, a user said ...

sql stackexchange  
asked by SirPython 17 votes
answered by Phrancis 14 votes

Floating point equality in "Numbers.java"

Floating point inaccuracies are really annoying. I understood that in its true sense while developing the next version of Point (this time I'm actually foolproofing my code). Before I upload it for ...

java library floating-point  
asked by ambigram_maker 15 votes
answered by Tom Leek 17 votes

Commodore-FizzBuzz

I felt nostalgic recently, and decided to install a Commodore-64 emulator. C-64 BASIC 2.0 is the first language I ever programmed in... some 20 years ago (yes, C-64 was already well beyond deprecated ...

fizzbuzz basic  
asked by Mat's Mug 15 votes
answered by Heslacher 10 votes

AngularJS - REST + Authentication service

I have a REST web service that uses OAuth 2 for authenticating and authorizing requests. I have an endpoint, that when receiving the correct credentials, responds with an access token that will be ...

javascript angular.js  
asked by Mati Cicero 13 votes
answered by A Red Herring 13 votes

Full C++ Snake game

I managed to finish my approach on the legendary Snake game. You move around with the WASD keys. I would like to hear your opinion and maybe ideas on how I can improve frame rate because now it sort ...

c++ game console windows  
asked by TheTask1337 13 votes
answered by Ethan Bierlein 10 votes

Project Euler #1: Multiples of 3 and 5

Challenge Description: If we list all the natural numbers below 10 that are multiples of 3 or 5, we get 3, 5, 6 and 9. The sum of these multiples is 23. Find the sum of all the multiples ...

python programming-challenge python-2.7  
asked by Song Kyungwoo 12 votes
answered by Taemyr 12 votes

Greatest hits from previous weeks:

Simple authentication in ASP.NET MVC 5

I am building an ASP.NET MVC 5 application and, for reasons which are irrelevant at this point, I am attempting to build my own means of authenticating users. I'm still very new to programming, ...

c# beginner reinventing-the-wheel authentication asp.net-mvc-5  
asked by Jason 5 votes
answered by Marc-Andre 4 votes

Faster way to convert DataTable to List of Class

I am using ExcelDataReader to import an excel file to a dataset. Example Excel table below: //ID Name Display Order Active //1 John 1 1 ID, DisplayOrder and ...

c# performance linq converting datatable  
asked by devspider 12 votes
answered by Gaui 14 votes

Can you answer these?

Generating an attendance spreadsheet

I have written a Ruby class to generate an attendance spreadsheet based on user input of a date range. The below find_all is a class method which queries data and after manipulations is saved in a ...

ruby conditions hash-table iterator  
asked by Sam Snoop 2 votes

My own version of a search binary tree

I wrote my own version of a search binary tree in Java. Could someone kindly review it? public class Tree { private Node root; public Node find(int id) { Node current = root; ...

java data-structures tree  
asked by user1883212 2 votes

Nothing compiler/interpreter, Part 2

Part 1 I've followed some of the suggestions: Adding newlines to error messages Implementing options (I decided to use boost instead of getopt) Using strerror for fstream failure Allow multiple ...

c++ c++11 compiler  
asked by user82726 6 votes
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