Jonas Wielicki

Germany

sotecware.net

Age: 23

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reviewed Edit suggested edit on parameter not picked up by search cursor in nested loop
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revised parameter not picked up by search cursor in nested loop
Fixed title and other formatting
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comment Compare chars between strings to ASCII table position
I’m not sure what you want to achieve here and where your exact problem is. Can you be a bit more specific? Which part of the question do you have problems with (calculating the difference for each character? making a string out of the differences?); Also, what do you do if the difference becomes negative?
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comment Difference between uppercase and titlecase
What has the title to do with the question?
Jul
30
comment FFTW real-to-real transform strided array
Can you test with some obvious input (simple patterns of 1s and 0s) and see what output you get? Maybe post it here so that one might get an idea what is going wrong?
Jul
30
comment User authentication in linux links text browser
Some routers require javascript for login, maybe that is the culprit.
Jul
29
comment Python getting 'sqlite3.OperationalError: table percipitation already exists' my code so far
Welcome on SO! You might first want to check out the formatting of your question and fix it, by hitting the edit button right below your question text. While you are at it, you might want to add a bit of text which explains the issue you are having :) [and what you have tried to solve it]
Jul
29
revised rsync in not working on startup?
minor typo
Jul
25
comment Compiler says multiple definitions but I can't find any
Are you sure that it’s the compiler complaining? Please show us the exact output you are receiving. I suspect that it is in fact the linker.
Jul
25
revised C: union members become corrupted when compiled
added 274 characters in body
Jul
25
answered C: union members become corrupted when compiled
Jul
24
comment What are the benefits of owning a physical book?
I subjectively think that the part about the transparent tool is subjective; at least for keyboards, and with touch interfaces, readers are getting more transparent too. Nevertheless, the other arguments stand, so +1.
Jul
23
comment What do the statistics for a community wiki represent?
Can we get a non-breaking-space between the % and the user name?
Jul
23
comment Class variables and inheritance in Python
@EdouardPoor If you want feedback on your code, check out codereview.stackexchange.com.
Jul
22
comment remotely shutting down a linux computer when no user is logged in
@BasileStarynkevitch With systemd.timer units and hardware support, it definitely is possible. Aside from that, using systemd.timer units with OnCalendar and Persistent=true would also fix that.
Jul
22
comment Class variables and inheritance in Python
I did not read the requirement for inheritance from the question, this is another block of work. You could probably make use of the __mro__ (which contains all base classes in their member lookup order) attribute of type inside __get__. Not sure if you can figure it out from here, if not, I suggest you make a new question. Off the top of my head I’m not sure if this can be solved without a specialized metaclass though, as it might require knowing the name of the attribute.
Jul
22
answered Class variables and inheritance in Python
Jul
20
comment Does streaming use the same amount of bandwidth as downloading?
@NPSF3000 (Haven’t seen your comment until now, sorry) No, and in fact, video sites such as youtube have to use TCP (over some kind of HTTP) anyways, because browsers won’t allow them to use anything else. But as you said, using TCP in that case is better anyways; it also has better end-user experience because NAT is still commonly deployed and TCP is much better when it comes to getting through a NAT (if the connection is initiated by the end-user).
Jul
17
comment Why is the running time of this code O(nlogn)?
Which complexity would you expect?
Jul
17
comment How to correctly use socket close for fork?
@alk It is better to create the listening with SOCK_CLOEXEC if possible.
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