C Board discussion forum statistics

Statistics generated from Wednesday 21.3.2012 to Monday 6.10.2014
Number of names during this 930-day reporting period: 6426


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Daily activity

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Hourly activity

4,8% 4,3% 4,1% 4,0% 3,8% 3,7% 3,7% 3,8% 3,6% 3,4% 3,3% 3,2% 3,2% 3,5% 3,4% 4,0% 4,4% 4,6% 4,9% 5,2% 5,3% 5,3% 5,4% 5,0%
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Activity by weekdays

Monday 14,3% Tuesday 15,0% Wednesday 15,0% Thursday 14,7% Friday 14,3% Saturday 13,5% Sunday 13,3%



Activity statistics

  Name Line Count Random Quote
1 Salem 3057 1.4.2012 10:30 "previous definition is here - So if you change nothing else except _entry..."
2 laserlight 2556 26.4.2012 10:19 "Quicksort Issue - ---Quote (Originally by ringoraymes)--- have redone..."
3 grumpy 2109 6.1. 8:46 "Preference - Letters in Hexadecimal Values Upper- or Lower-Case?..."
4 Elysia 1850 25.8.2013 13:15 "Source code of std::sort()? - Another idea: Create a program with only..."
5 phantomotap 1582 1.9.2013 10:33 "Tree of different items - ---Quote--- Any ideas? ---End Quote--- O_o..."
6 anduril462 1441 24.5.2012 23:05 "Client/Server Comm. Program. - Well, network/socket programming is..."
7 std10093 1430 22.3. 17:26 "pass arguments to p_thread - A solution (not tested yet): I have one..."
8 Adak 1377 3.2.2013 12:02 "Array & Strings Problem - Counter proposal: You run it, and tell..."
9 iMalc 1312 11.10.2012 9:18 "Linked list of struct - Well, for crying out loud, what errors are you getting..."
10 whiteflags 1239 19.11.2012 6:48 "How to assign char to charater pointer in specify location - Well if it..."
11 Matticus 1156 20.10.2012 0:05 "Double Precision Problem - For extra fun, try "%e" instead..."
12 oogabooga 1063 31.8.2013 9:31 "Notepad App - There's the "rich edit" control: Rich Edit (Windows..."
13 Elkvis 998 4.4.2012 20:23 "Using condition_variable with unique_lock causing periodic crash (..."
14 stahta01 925 2.7.2013 5:17 "Writing a MOS 6502 emulator - ---Quote (Originally by Syscal)--- Should..."
15 rcgldr 902 21.8.2013 19:53 "merge sort - top down versus bottom up - ---Quote (Originally by rcgldr..."
16 Click here 838 9.9. 14:59 "Tortoise and Hare Race - I will suggest that you learn about good indenta..."
17 jimblumberg 825 22.4.2012 19:16 "Sorting array of struct inside struct - You either need to change your..."
18 AndiPersti 795 25.8.2012 21:34 "to take input till enter is pressed - ---Quote (Originally by jwroblewski44..."
19 c99tutorial 723 15.1.2013 14:57 "strcpy get errors - ---Quote (Originally by loserone+_+)--- but is STR_MAX..."
20 MutantJohn 692 11.6. 0:46 "Homework Help - Create FIFO Queue class - If you examine the documen..."
21 Nominal Animal 654 13.12.2012 22:28 "threads - threadpool - reset threads - stop threads without destroy..."
22 tabstop 582 1.12.2013 22:00 "Counting return values father/child/grand child ..processes - For one:..."
23 vart 531 4.10.2013 9:01 "I need help, please. - Code: --------- scanf("%d",iGrades..."
24 manasij7479 481 23.7.2012 5:33 "CGAL in Ubuntu 12.04 - Try "-lCGAL"."
25 Hodor 385 21.1. 13:40 "c-1 or --c? - ---Quote (Originally by laserlight)--- Since it was asked..."
26 Mario F. 359 5.10.2013 13:34 "Step-solving with Gauss-Jordan - In trying to program a step-by-step..."
27 brewbuck 350 2.7.2013 2:27 "Should functions be _this_ small? - In an example such as this, I would..."
28 rogster001 342 19.5.2013 12:29 "Adding two numbers represented as strings - do you want to pay somebody..."
29 ZuK 299 10.5.2012 0:29 "compare void pointer - ---Quote (Originally by quo)--- I have to check..."
30 jocdrew21 294 22.9.2013 23:43 "My while statement is never ending!!! - This while statement is not cooper..."
31 dmh2000 281 21.8.2012 19:10 "Calulator program issues - Code: --------- while( (choice = 1,2,3, 4 ,..."

The ones with less than 280 lines:
VirtualAce (274) rags to riches (274) Alpo (265) SirPrattlepod (261) smokeyangel (255) ledow (253)
christop (253) hk mp5kpdw (251) Barney McGrew (251) cyberfish (249) Malcolm McLean (248) Codeplug (247)
King Mir (244) Cat (238) GReaper (222) Neo1 (218) megafiddle (214) Yarin (211)
gemera (199) Sebastiani (196) HelpfulPerson (195) Crossfire (194) memcpy (191) jwroblewski44 (191)
Subsonics (186) qny (178) claudiu (176) Mr.Lnx (175) Epy (175) cfanatic (174)
Lesshardtofind (172) camel-man (166) Ducky (152) nonoob (148) thames (147) migf1 (143)
antred (129) baxy (128) Annonymous (124) ignonaagoro (114) Cyncecons (114) nonpuz (111)
kmdv (111) dwks (108) MK27 (101) joaquim (101) nvoigt (97) CornedBee (96)
africanwizz (96) novacain (95) tmac619619 (91) Emendasselm (89) bos1234 (87) samwillc (86)
Excadecubbady (86) ulti-killer (85) Zoopezoow (84) Shakti (84) Aslaville (84) leo2008 (83)
Syscal (81) Gil Carvalho (81) Once-ler (80) überfuzz (79) zub (79) Cdd101 (79)
Nyah Check (78) kiwi101 (77) BIGDENIRO (77) C ntua (75) WaltP (74) Tclausex (74)
Tamim Ad Dari (74) Mentallic (74) Vespasian (73) quo (73) DecoratorFawn82 (73) root4 (72)
QuantumPete (71) DeanWinchester (71) Rodaxoleaux (70) loserone+ + (69) csharp100 (68) CASHOUT (68)
johngoodman (67) jim 0 (67) hotshotennis (67) gratiafide (65) YannB (64) SMurf (64)

The remaining 6305 ones were less active.



Time of day stats

  Night
(Hours 0-6)
Morning
(Hours 6-12)
Afternoon
(Hours 12-18)
Evening
(Hours 18-24)
1phantomotap - 567
Salem - 1359
grumpy - 923
Salem - 1006
2grumpy - 536
laserlight - 955
Elysia - 635
laserlight - 762
3anduril462 - 501
iMalc - 625
Salem - 631
anduril462 - 707
4Click here - 481
grumpy - 525
laserlight - 550
Elysia - 638
5oogabooga - 424
whiteflags - 374
std10093 - 493
std10093 - 534
6Elysia - 393
Adak - 358
Elkvis - 408
Matticus - 488
7whiteflags - 390
Click here - 287
Adak - 338
phantomotap - 445
8Adak - 374
phantomotap - 283
phantomotap - 287
Elkvis - 443
9std10093 - 363
vart - 229
Matticus - 275
iMalc - 403
10rcgldr - 346
oogabooga - 204
c99tutorial - 237
oogabooga - 367



Partners

Pairs by relation strength

1 grumpylaserlight
2 Elysiawhiteflags
3 Hodorphantomotap
4 ElysiaMutantJohn
5 Elysiagrumpy
6 laserlightstd10093
7 ElkvisElysia
8 Nominal Animalstd10093
9 Elysiaphantomotap
10 iMalcrcgldr



Long term statistics - two month sections

4870
5951
4632
6428
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5516
6191
5068
4402
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3434
2641
2551
(Est.
2710)
1571

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2012
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9 - 10
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2013
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2014
3 - 4
2014
5 - 6
2014
7 - 8
2014
9 - 10
2014
Line total: 73639
Estimated number of lines for current section: 2710 lines

The most active day so far has been Saturday 11.5.2013 with a line count of 281



Relation map

CBoard relation map generated by mIRCStats v1.24
• Line thickness corresponds to the relation strength
• Line colors show the relation importance
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Active day counts

Most days active

  Name Number of days First active percentage
1 Salem  755 22.3.2012
  81%
2 laserlight  716 22.3.2012
  77%
3 grumpy  710 22.3.2012
  76%
4 Elysia  574 22.3.2012
  62%
5 whiteflags  560 22.3.2012
  60%
6 phantomotap  501 24.3.2012
  54%
7 iMalc  496 22.3.2012
  53%
8 anduril462  491 22.3.2012
  53%
9 Elkvis  486 27.3.2012
  53%
10 stahta01  447 29.3.2012
  48%
11 Adak  439 27.3.2012
  48%
12 Matticus  430 6.6.2012
  50%
13 std10093  414 28.6.2012
  50%
14 jimblumberg  390 24.3.2012
  42%
15 MutantJohn  328 3.2.2013
  54%
16 oogabooga  306 22.3.2012
  33%
17 rcgldr  293 14.4.2013
  54%
18 AndiPersti  268 25.5.2012
  31%
19 Click here  239 27.4.2012
  27%
20 c99tutorial  236 8.11.2012
  34%


Most consecutive days active
  Name Number of days At Currently
1 Salem  68 7.1. - 15.3.2013
  Currently 2 days active
2 grumpy  45 1.3. - 14.4.2014
  Currently 1 days active
3 iMalc  43 5.12.2012 - 16.1.2013
  Last active 10 days ago (26.9.2014)
4 std10093  39 18.10. - 25.11.2012
  Currently 1 days active *
5 laserlight  37 13.10. - 18.11.2013
  Currently 2 days active
6 phantomotap  36 3.5. - 7.6.2014
  Currently 2 days active *
7 Adak  35 10.10. - 13.11.2012
  Last active 7 months ago (16.2.2014)
8 tabstop  34 3.11. - 6.12.2013
  Last active 6 months ago (16.3.2014)
9 vart  29 29.7. - 26.8.2013
  Last active 7 weeks ago (16.8.2014)
10 rcgldr  26 8.5. - 2.6.2013
  Last active 5 days ago (1.10.2014)
11 Elysia  25 17.4. - 11.5.2013
  Currently 2 days active
12 migf1  24 22.5. - 14.6.2013
  Last active 5 weeks ago (26.8.2014)
13 oogabooga  22 6.1. - 27.1.2014
  Last active 8 months ago (4.2.2014)
14 Nominal Animal  22 12.10. - 2.11.2012
  Currently 1 days active
15 manasij7479  22 29.5. - 19.6.2012
  Last active 3 months ago (23.6.2014)
16 jimblumberg  21 12.4. - 2.5.2013
  Last active 6 days ago (30.9.2014)
17 MutantJohn  21 22.8. - 11.9.2013
  Currently 1 days active *
18 SirPrattlepod  18 21.10. - 7.11.2013
  Last active 14.11.2013
19 thames  17 4.11. - 20.11.2012
  Last active 23.1.2013
20 c99tutorial  17 4.1. - 20.1.2013
  Currently 3 days active *




Activity distribution

11/2013 - 10/2014

Lines per day Number of days
 120..139
1 (0,3%)
 100..119
8 (2,4%)
 80..99
42 (12%)
 60..79
79 (23%)
 40..59
111 (33%)
 20..39
80 (24%)
 1..19
12 (3,5%)
 0
7 (2,1%)

2014

1 / 2014
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27 28 29 30 31
 
Lines: 1751
2 / 2014
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17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28
 
Lines: 1891
3 / 2014
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Lines: 2158
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Lines: 1276
5 / 2014
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Lines: 1297
6 / 2014
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Lines: 1344
7 / 2014
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Lines: 1294
8 / 2014
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Lines: 1257
9 / 2014
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Lines: 1427
10 / 2014
1 2 3 4 5
6
 
 
 
Lines: 144

2013

11 / 2013
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4 5 6 7 8 9 10
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18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30
 
Lines: 2506
12 / 2013
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16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31
Lines: 1989



Most active threads

  Word Count
1 help  123
2 Can we continue that discussion from...  114
3 Linked Lists  100
4 Learning C++ by Example  97
5 Need to know parameter format for a...  97
6 merge sort  81
7 Linked List  80
8 Let's talk about Rust!  79
9 Quadtrees  72
10 The reason why C is still alive  65



Most frequently repeated words

Count Word Last used by At
15269 "Originally" Aslaville 6.10. 7:40
14497 "program" Salem 6.10. 8:17
12888 "function" Nominal Animal 6.10. 6:33
9867 "problem" JaAnTr 5.10. 21:31
9307 "#include" SkySong108 6.10. 5:35
4997 "question" Xeydrian 6.10. 6:20
4925 "Pointer" laserlight 6.10. 8:01
4716 "Programming" Aslaville 6.10. 7:40
3860 "Because" Salad 4.10. 12:28
3819 "functions" Click here 6.10. 4:10


Most referred names
Count Word Last used by At
984 "Salem" c lover 5.10. 0:09
902 "laserlight" MutantJohn 24.9. 9:31
738 "grumpy" Click here 30.9. 1:43
544 "Elysia" phantomotap 5.10. 17:52
523 "phantomotap" Aslaville 6.10. 7:40


The ones with own private vocabulary
Count Name Randomly selected sample (amount)
162 Salem "foo.txt"(7), "netWage"(3), "read-in"(4), "all-day"(3), "swebside"(4), "proximity"(6), ...
100 grumpy "weapons"(3), "*return"(3), "stimulus"(4), "out.The"(3), "Modulous"(3), "emitting"(3), ...
83 laserlight "*copyto"(3), "retyped"(3), "hash_map"(4), "object2"(3), "cfileName"(4), "inclusions"(7), ...
79 Elysia "AddTrack"(11), "Unified"(4), "subtotal"(7), "op_file"(3), "userNote"(3), "fnv_hash"(3), ...
71 phantomotap "`typedef"(7), "groaner"(4), "plateau"(3), "cherish"(3), "generics"(6), "medicine"(5), ...
70 anduril462 "*fwrite"(4), "*s*scanf"(4), "data_len"(4), "*ALWAYS*"(4), "ageclass"(3), "offensive"(4), ...
68 oogabooga "Mathlab"(4), "*System"(4), "p_sstack"(7), "Edinburgh"(9), "strverscmp"(11), ...
42 stahta01 "uHungry"(7), "Netbeas"(3), "IEC/IEEE"(4), "clips.h"(3), "number\n"(3), "MAKEFLAGS"(6), ...
42 rcgldr "asuming"(4), "_printf"(4), "nr_arms"(3), "nextAntig"(9), "VARSZGRP"(5), "Prefetch"(5), ...
39 Matticus "herself"(8), "bowling"(6), "STR_LEN"(3), "n_snake"(3), "pecking"(3), "arrays*"(3), ...


Pairs with their own words
Count Names Randomly selected sample (amount)
52 Salem and grumpy "simpson"(21), "sendfile"(16), "hello.c"(8), "class’"(4), "MAX_WORD"(4), ...
27 Salem and Elysia "provider"(16), "*sizeof"(7), "newSize"(6), "GDIPLUS"(6), "lockers"(6), "cartype"(6), ...
27 laserlight and grumpy "fitness"(9), "Saurabh"(8), "beginer"(7), "SodaCan"(7), "atomics"(5), "misplaced"(7), ...
27 Salem and laserlight "max_size"(25), "*Matrix"(9), "fhandle"(7), "ToolBar"(6), "selfish"(6), "shunting"(6), ...
27 laserlight and phantomotap "Koenig/Moo"(19), "secondary"(11), "restored"(7), "satisfies"(10), "Copyleft"(6), ...
23 grumpy and phantomotap "compete"(8), "targeting"(14), "glanced"(7), "protein"(4), "cursory"(4), "blaming"(4), ...
22 Salem and oogabooga "nanosleep"(14), "Mingw32"(13), "*infile"(3), "cobbled"(3), "tm_wday"(3), "Noritake"(4), ...
21 Elysia and phantomotap "speedup"(8), "exposed"(8), "Workout"(7), "exploits"(9), "erasure"(4), "Chairman"(7), ...
21 laserlight and Elysia "openned"(6), "is_open"(3), "heapless"(6), "Verilog"(3), "filestream"(8), "detailing"(4), ...
21 Salem and anduril462 "SIGALRM"(19), "permute"(12), "tmpfile"(11), "libpcap"(10), "strrchr"(6), "trashes"(5), ...


New popular words
  Word First used by At
1 "derailed"(114) MutantJohn 13.8. 23:22
2 "Laroiya"(10) laserlight 10.9. 10:57
3 "Sankait"(9) laserlight 10.9. 10:57
4 "Slinkys"(16) megafiddle 15.7. 3:33
5 "renowned"(8) Mario F. 23.7. 1:20
6 "Ferguson"(5) Alpo 19.8. 20:47
7 "Undelying"(10) Absurd 12.7. 15:37
8 "differnece"(9) Absurd 12.7. 15:37
9 "struct?help"(11) Sándor Csetneki 9.7. 22:00
10 "Bytewise"(5) cerr 21.8. 17:06


Special words by time of day
  Hours 0-6 Hours 6-12 Hours 12-18 Hours 18-24
1"adjustment"(13)"one-liner"(5) "apology"(4)"my_list"(8)
2"attended"(6)"hastily"(4) "neighbour"(8)"setbits"(15)
3"midnight"(10)"*strings"(3) "emphasize"(6)"arraylist"(9)
4"intersects"(12)"two-way"(6) "Soldier"(6)"schemes"(8)
5"dayNumber"(7)"*remove"(3) "tracked"(6)"Dungeon"(13)
6"jewelry"(7)"DevShed"(3) "neighbours"(6)"Hello\n"(6)
7"Kenooby"(3)"r-value"(3) "peanuts"(5)"NodePtr"(9)
8"toggled"(3)"diffusion"(7) "v=vs.90"(4)"longint"(12)
9"pouring"(3)"Cameron"(3) "asteriks"(12)"headptr"(7)
10"battles"(3)"Drug_buy"(5) "int32_t"(7)"catalan"(6)


Special words by day of week
  Monday Tuesday -
Thursday
Friday Saturday -
Sunday
1"booking"(13)"publicly"(11) "HRESULT"(20)"subsets"(16)
2"pasword"(6)"entropy"(15) "singular"(14)"cercles"(18)
3"catalan"(6)"privacy"(10) "torture"(7)"bteween"(15)
4"pratical"(3)"bitfield"(25) "monetary"(7)"users’"(8)
5"Careers"(5)"MinGW/GCC"(20) "beginer"(7)"islands"(18)
6"jewelry"(7)"profiling"(28) "Comprare"(105)"locates"(7)
7"dirname"(3)"locales"(11) "coppied"(8)"boiling"(16)
8"cstdarg"(6)"dispose"(16) "charset"(6)"_strdup"(6)
9"diffusion"(7)"my_list"(8) "Genesis"(6)"Wordsearch"(18)
10"//Using"(4)"patents"(50) "STR_SIZE"(5)"acrobat"(6)




Big Numbers

tinchi liked to say "Hello!", doing so 6 times.
kal123456 seemed to have a lot to shout about - yell percentage of 92%!

The second loudest one: ValL - 78% with high volume!

Excadecubbady had highest question ratio - 100% of lines contained questions.
Most continuous activity bursts (over 5 lines in a row): Cyncecons, 9 times.
Activity peak: 4 ones simultaneously active on 13.6.2012 19:15
Active during these 1 minutes were (in order of appearance):
 Houhie, Opply, torresdrogba, Sylar Persie
chaucer345 had longest lines - average of 358 letters per line.

Average line length was 252 letters.

The ones with the most names (they just couldn't find the right one...)
mark7074 Names mark707(36%), mark103(28%), mark 555(24%), Mark_(12%)
CodeMonkey4 Names CodeMonkey(80%), codemonkey2013(8,0%), CodeMonkey03(8,0%), Codemonkey92(4,0%)
leo20084 Names leo2008(84%), leo255(12%), leo191919(2,4%), leo240791(1,2%)
student1113 Names student111(94%), student456(3,9%), Student12321(2,0%)
Angel453 Names Angel45(78%), angel90(12%), angel06(9,1%)



Individual statistics

1  Salem
Last active: 6.10. 8:17
 
Lines: 3057
Active days: 755/930
Average lines per day: 4,0
Average letters per line: 242
 
Question ratio: 37%
Exclamation ratio: 11%
 
Weekly activity  Hourly activity  Last 20 days  2 names used  Mostly active with:




















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Salem
Salem²
std10093
grumpy
Cat
anduril462
iMalc
Recent activity
3.10. 5:47Salem Bash script in c - You don't need any of that command stuff. You can just do system(temp); after the sprintf. You should also do printf("Cmd=%s\n", temp); as well, to verify what you're actually trying to pass off to gnome-terminal. You should also verify that Isopropyl is also in the current working...
5.10. 12:07Salem File.Move() problem - I dunno - maybe you should post your latest code.
6.10. 8:17Salem Really need help with byte and bite program - Really Need Help. Bits And Bytes - C And C++ | Dream.In.Code (http://www.dreamincode.net/forums/topic/355121-really-need-h elp-bits-and-bytes/) Widely cross-posted. Listen kid, if you put as much effort into your homework as you do into finding forums to post on, you'll do all right.
 
 
2 laserlight
Last active: 6.10. 8:01
 
Lines: 2556
Active days: 716/930
Average lines per day: 3,6
Average letters per line: 257
 
Question ratio: 40%
Exclamation ratio: 6,8%
 
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grumpy
std10093
rcgldr
phantomotap
Elysia
Recent activity
5.10. 13:12laserlight writing new line in a file - It might make sense to have a single call to fprintf, e.g., Code: --------- fprintf(f, "%s %s %s %d %d\n", ctime(&mytime), item, brand, price, amount); ---------
17:41laserlight Simple Graphic Interface using C code only - The C standard library does not include a component for a graphical user interface. One option is to write a library or command line backend and then write GUI frontends for the platforms that you wish to support. Since you stated that you prefer to "(skip) the effort to write the graphic-code...
6.10. 8:01laserlight Can't input values in a dynamically allocated array - Consider: Code: --------- array = (int **) malloc (*row * sizeof(int *)); --------- You assign to array, but array, being a parameter, is a local variable. Therefore, when control returns from allocate_array to the caller, it no longer exists. One solution is to pass a pointer to a...
 
 
3 grumpy
Last active: 6.10. 6:24
 
Lines: 2109
Active days: 710/930
Average lines per day: 3,0
Average letters per line: 298
 
Question ratio: 32%
Exclamation ratio: 6,4%
 
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laserlight
Elysia
std10093
iMalc
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3.10. 11:56grumpy Help me with two lines of code - ---Quote (Originally by King Mir)--- Do you ever have to calculate an irrational amount of money? ---End Quote--- You ever negotiated the price of a new car?
6.10. 2:07grumpy Follow up to 32/64 issue - Look closely at all the hard-coded (literal) values. It is likely some of those reflect an assumption about the size of some type. Also look closely at every point where sizeof() has been used. It is fairly obvious, even on a casual look, that the "update" to go from 32 to 64 bit converted...
6:24grumpy Switch Statement ALWAYS defaults.... - Without a call of srand(), the random number generator is always seeded with the same value, so always produces the same sequence. rand() is - typically - just an algorithm that takes the seed, and produces both a new value and a new seed by some defined process. The algorithm doesn't change...
 
 
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1.10. 19:04Elysia Learning C++ by Example - There is no "best." Everything has advantages and disadvantages. Anywho, QT is very popular and works, has WYSIWYG, has lots of functionality, not just GUI. Disadvantage is that it's old, reinvents a lot of stuff and at times does not play well with the standard library. MFC is not free,...
5.10. 4:41Elysia Why would a class allocate an instance of itself? - Singleton is also considered an anti-pattern by many, though. Just so you know.
6.10. 7:27Elysia Can we talk about compilers? - ---Quote (Originally by phantomotap)--- *raises hand* As a teacher, tutor, and student I've never stop trying to find where that line lives. ---End Quote--- Oh, finding that line is all nice and good and we ever strive for it whenever we are presented with an opportunity where we want to...
 
 
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4.10. 19:31phantomotap C++ C++11 templates programming book - O_o I still recommend "C++ Template Metaprogramming: Concepts, Tools, and Techniques from Boost and Beyond". The book doesn't cover C++11 changes, but you'll learn almost everything else you might wish to know about sophisticated use of C++ templates. Soma
5.10. 17:52phantomotap Shared object between classes - ---Quote--- And thanks for pointing out argoUML Elysia, I had been using big sheets of art paper for that stuff. ---End Quote--- O_o I learned UML in university. I used UML to model anything of non-trivial complexity for years. I went back to using dumb cards. I've been a lot happier for...
22:12phantomotap Can we talk about compilers? - ---Quote--- So, I tried reading upon compilers on Wikipedia and I guess my question is, what does the middle-end or back-end stuff of a compiler look like? I'm assuming you'd write these parts in C as well, right? What does that kind of C look like? ---End Quote--- O_o Your questions are...
 
 
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3.10. 8:18anduril462 Function to determine if a tree is sorted (i.e. BST) - I find the "GAP" version stupid. It uses unnecessary paramaters and variables that just confuse things. My recursive solution only takes a single tree node, has basically the same complexity, and is WAY more readable. Start with working on a less convoluted solution. Maybe stop coding for a...
5.10. 8:25anduril462 Function to determine if a tree is sorted (i.e. BST) - I'm stressing heavily the fact that this is untested. It's identical to yours except the ordering of parameters on "line 9" and an extra assignment in the "no child" case: Code: --------- int ordtree(Treeptr p) { int a, b; return (p == NULL || check_balance(p, &a, &b));
8:42anduril462 Drawing a hollow triangle - So there's obviously a pattern that all the rows follow: some spaces, a star, some more spaces and another star. You can think of the first and last rows as special cases of this pattern. The first row has 0 spaces between the two stars, so they look like a single * at the top. The bottom row...
 
 
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3.10. 1:38std10093 Function to determine if a tree is sorted (i.e. BST) - After more testing, it seems that the first solution is wrong too. I am now working on the second one however.
5.10. 5:58std10093 Function to determine if a tree is sorted (i.e. BST) - No I am not saying you are crazy! I see your point. So, can you present your version of the function to take a look at it?
16:18std10093 Function to determine if a tree is sorted (i.e. BST) - I checked the first piece of code you have. I see only the different order in the last return and not an extra assignment....oh, I now saw that I hadn't let you know that I had that extra assignment in my version too! Damn, how did I forget that? So maybe, the order is not a problem, but rather an...
 
 
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15.2. 21:58Adak Help - Walk in a bidimensional array - ---Quote (Originally by juanjuanjuan)--- Sorry, Adak, I didn't understand. I know you are saying when the program has to enter in each loop, but I don't know why you wrote the number of the direction in a bidimensional array... ---End Quote--- Run my program. Your position in the array has to...
22:12Adak Ignore negative numbers in array - How do you want to ignore them, and when? If I gave you a list of numbers with some negative numbers to be ignored, and you had no computer, how would you go about ignoring those negative numbers less than -1? Forget the program for now.
16.2. 2:28Adak Help - Walk in a bidimensional array - Yes! And since there is ALWAYS another empty square in this pirouette pattern, until they're all full, only one loop is needed.
 
 
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13.9. 3:19iMalc How to reverse a unidirectional linked list - Easy way: Learn about push and pop operations. Then it's just a matter of: While the list is not empty, pop an item, and push it onto a new list. Then point the old list back at the new reversed list.
22.9. 12:01iMalc searching vector using maps - Perhaps you're after the Levenshtein Distance (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Levenshtein_distance) algorithm. That's the algorithm used to determine suggestions for misspelled words. It gives you a score on how different two strings are. Perhaps you also want to be able to search for substrings...
26.9. 10:54iMalc Sort array and save the new order of elements - Trying to see what's going on with 10 items can be a little hard. It's a lot easier to debug the problem if you find the smallest possible case where it doesn't work. I.e. Does it work with 0 items? (sometimes that even crashes) Does it work with 1 item? Does it work with 2 items that are in...
 
 
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22.9. 6:47whiteflags Difference between the words: argument, option and flag - The way I understand it is these three things are arguments: 1. ls 2. -la 3. /usr/bin The "-la" are two options, but sometimes people call them flags. The basic parsing a terminal can do is separate all of the strings delimited by spaces and send them to the program as an array, which is...
26.9. 9:58whiteflags "Common Core" - Good or Bad ? - ---Quote (Originally by Alpo)--- Uhh... So will the kid that taught himself advanced material have any incentive to keep doing so in a system that formalizes problem solving using simple methods, or not? ---End Quote--- I don't want to answer the question frankly. You're literally saying that...
5.10. 5:54whiteflags */C code that creates a simple options menu to demontrate the use of 'do-while'*/ - ---Quote (Originally by aldo_baldo)--- What I give here is not a solution for your homework. Rather, it is what I prepared for my personal use whenever I need a console menu. I have to admit that it's not "pure C" either, as a bit of C++ comes out here and there. ...
 




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0:31Cprogramming.com
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