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Posts for July, 2006

Why Binary Searches Can Break

This post has already been published on code::gallery blog which now has been merged into this blog. Binary searches and mergesorts can break, in fact, most of them will break because they follow the same method of calculating the mid-point for the search. It is usually calculated as average of low and high values. [Continue]

This One Is For Programmers

Curt Hibbs points to some interesting questions asked by Stiff and answered by who’s who in the programming domain. Not golden rules or the word of God, but they definitely can serve as guidelines to some of us and definitely is fun to see what the great guys think. The most interesting for me was the question: What do you think is the most important skill every programmer should posses? [Continue]

C++ Techniques FAQ

This post has already been published on code::gallery blog which now has been merged into this blog. Bjarne Stroustrup answers some of the frequently asked questions regarding C++ style and techniques. However, this is just an FAQ and should not be considered as replacements for books. [Continue]

API Reference Heaven

This post has already been published on code::gallery blog which now has been merged into this blog. Found a very useful site for API reference – gotAPI (via Curt’s Comments). It is simply great to get all the searchable documentation for scripts and programming languages at one place. [Continue]

Merging Blogs

I had started a separate blog – code::gallery dedicated to my love for coding. I wanted to keep this blog for an higher perspective of the software development field, without getting into the implementation, hence a separate blog. I had started it on the blogsome.com service so that I could get the benefits of WordPress and get to create my own theme there. [Continue]

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