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Problem: Having a tough time with this, help please : Difference between monolithic kernel and microkernel
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Problem: Consider the following code: 0.1 + 0.2 == 0.3 -> false 0.1 + 0.2 -> 0.30000000000000004 Why do these inaccuracies happen?
asked 2 days ago Junia Phoebe 23k points
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Problem: Can anyone please point me in the right direction > A variable that receives information passed into a function is called
asked May 10 ummeshani 10.8k points
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Problem: Could anyone please explain with examples difference between monolithic and micro kernel? Also other classifications of the kernel?
asked May 1 anika11 32.2k points
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Problem: According to my teacher, a for-loop always executes at least once, even if the condition is not met. Example (like I know it from C++): for (int i=6; i <=5; i++) { //irrelevant for this question } According to her, this loop would execute at ... , no matter what language, where this would execute once? To eliminate the thought in advance: yes, it was about for loops, not do-while-loops.
asked May 1 anika11 32.2k points
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Problem: According to my teacher, a for-loop always executes at least once, even if the condition is not met. Example (like I know it from C++): for (int i=6; i <=5; i++) { //irrelevant for this question } According to her, this loop would execute at least ... about for loops, not do-while-loops. Edit: Thanks for all those quick answers, I guess this case is already closed. Have a nice day/night.
asked Apr 30 ochena 23.3k points
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Problem: Can someone please help fix this > The general term for methods that are invoked as a result of a user action is
asked Apr 29 ummeshani 10.8k points
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Problem: According to my teacher, a for-loop always executes at least once, even if the condition is not met. Example (like I know it from C++): for (int i=6; i <=5; i++) { //irrelevant for this question } According to her, this loop would execute at ... , no matter what language, where this would execute once? To eliminate the thought in advance: yes, it was about for loops, not do-while-loops.
asked Apr 26 sumaiya simi 43.9k points
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Problem: Is it possible I create a webpage that doesn't allow the website source to be displayed?
asked Apr 25 sumaiya simi 43.9k points
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Question : Can someone please explain > What is ADT (Abstract Data Type) ?
asked Apr 25 Abik Dey 4k points
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Problem: Why do some numbers lose accuracy when stored as floating-point numbers? How can such an apparently simple number be "too big" to express in 64 bits of memory?
asked Apr 24 ummeshani 10.8k points
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Problem: Why would a language NOT use Short-circuit evaluation? Are there any benefits of not using it? I see that it could lead to some performances issues... is that true? Why?
asked Apr 23 nabin 4.6k points
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Problem: Could you please tell me how to intersect two arrays in C?
asked Apr 19 padma1 34.8k points
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Problem: In which languages are the Java compiler (javac), the virtual machine (JVM) and the java starter written?
asked Apr 17 anika11 32.2k points
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Problem: Did not find out of Intersection of two parametric lines in 3d so someone help me?
asked Apr 13 jamuna1 30.2k points
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Question: I know this might seem like an absolutely silly question to ask, yet I am too curious not to ask. Why did "i" and "j" become THE variables to use as counters in most control structures? Although common sense tells me they are just like X, which is ... have some obscure reason behind it? Just in case, I know I can give them whatever name I want and that variables names are not relevant.
asked Apr 12 Atik03 26.5k points
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Problem: what programming language/languages do they use to produce games lik Bioware's Dragon Age Origins and some other 3-d games like Call of Duty?
asked Apr 11 ummesalma 29.2k points
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Problem: Hello, Can any one help me? Recently when I was reading bogs about C programming I found a term ' off-by one error ' . Can you help me with this?
asked Apr 11 ochena 23.3k points
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Problem: How can I find the line of intersection between two planes? how to get the line from the resulted vector programmatically
asked Apr 10 ummesalma 29.2k points