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  • How do I use Declarations (type, inline, optimize) in Scheme?

    - by kunjaan
    How do I declare the types of the parameters in order to circumvent type checking? How do I optimize the speed to tell the compiler to run the function as fast as possible like (optimize speed (safety 0))? How do I make an inline function in Scheme? How do I use an unboxed representation of a data object? And finally are any of these important or necessary? Can I depend on my compiler to make these optimizations? thanks, kunjaan.

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  • Please explain some of the features of URL Rewrite module for a newbie

    - by kunjaan
    I am learning to use the IIS Rewrite module and some of the "features" listed in the page is confusing me. It would be great if somebody could explain them to me and give a first hand account of when you would use the feature. Thanks a lot! Rewriting within the content of specific HTML tags Access to server variables and HTTP headers Rewriting of server variables and HTTP request headers What are the "server variables" and when would you redefine or define them? Rewriting of HTTP response headers HtmlEncode function Why would you use an HTMLEncode in the server? Reverse proxy rule template Support for IIS kernel-mode and user-mode output caching Failed Request Tracing support

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  • Please explain some of the features of URL Rewrite module for a newbie [closed]

    - by kunjaan
    I am learning to use the IIS Rewrite module and some of the "features" listed in the page is confusing me. It would be great if somebody could explain them to me and give a first hand account of when you would use the feature. Thanks a lot! Rewriting within the content of specific HTML tags Access to server variables and HTTP headers Rewriting of server variables and HTTP request headers What are the "server variables" and when would you redefine or define them? Rewriting of HTTP response headers HtmlEncode function Why would you use an HTMLEncode in the server? Reverse proxy rule template Support for IIS kernel-mode and user-mode output caching Failed Request Tracing support

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  • Please explain some of Paul Graham's points on LISP

    - by kunjaan
    I need some help understanding some of the points from Paul Graham's article http://www.paulgraham.com/diff.html A new concept of variables. In Lisp, all variables are effectively pointers. Values are what have types, not variables, and assigning or binding variables means copying pointers, not what they point to. A symbol type. Symbols differ from strings in that you can test equality by comparing a pointer. A notation for code using trees of symbols. The whole language always available. There is no real distinction between read-time, compile-time, and runtime. You can compile or run code while reading, read or run code while compiling, and read or compile code at runtime. What do these points mean How are they different in languages like C or Java? Do any other languages other than LISP family languages have any of these constructs now?

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  • Do you guys recommend any business magazine? [closed]

    - by kunjaan
    I want to get a birds eye view of the computing industry, read about company profiles, management decisions, new upcoming software companies, learn more about our industry and about the business aspect of my profession. Do you guys read recommend any good business magazines for me to increase my business acumen?

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  • Papers on Software Methodology recommendation

    - by kunjaan
    Please recommend me software engineering/methodology/practices paper. So far I have enjoyed: 1968 Dijkstra : Go To Statement Considered Harmful Reason about correctness about program Nikalus Wirth : Program Development by Stepwise Refinement Not worried about program structure 1971 David Parnas : Information Distribution Aspects of Design Methodology 1972 Liskov : Design Methodology for Reliable Software Systems Extensible Language : Schuman and P Jourrand R. Balzer Structured Programming : Dahl - Hierarchical Program Structures 1971 Jim Morris Protection in Programming Languages 1973 Bill Wulf and Mary Shaw Global Variable Considered Harmful 1974 : Lisko and Zilles ADTs

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  • How do I ADD an Attribute to the Root Element in XML using XSLT?

    - by kunjaan
    I want to match a root Element “FOO” and perform the transformation (add a version attribute) to it leaving the rest as it is. The Transformation I have so far looks like this: <xsl:stylesheet version="2.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform" xmlns="http://schemas.foo.com/fooNameSpace"> <xsl:template match="//FOO"> <xsl:choose> <xsl:when test="@version"> <xsl:apply-templates select="node()|@*" /> </xsl:when> <xsl:otherwise> <FOO> <xsl:attribute name="version">1</xsl:attribute> <xsl:apply-templates select="node()|@*" /> </FOO> </xsl:otherwise> </xsl:choose> </xsl:template> However this does not perform any transformation. It doesn't even detect the element. So I need to do add the namespace in order to make it work: <xsl:stylesheet version="2.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform" xmlns:fd="http://schemas.foo.com/fooNameSpace"> <xsl:template match="//fd:FOO"> … But this attaches a namespace attribute to the FOO element as well as other elements: <FOO xmlns:fd="http://schemas.foo.com/fooNameSpace" version="1" id="fooid"> <BAR xmlns="http://schemas.foo.com/fooNameSpace" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"> Is there a way to say that the element is using the default namespace? Can we match and add elements in the default name space? Here is the original XML: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <FOO xmlns="http://schemas.foo.com/fooNameSpace" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"> <BAR> <Attribute name="HEIGHT">2067</Attribute> </BAR> </FOO>

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  • Programming Constructs History

    - by kunjaan
    I need some help in figuring out which language introduced the constructs that we use everyday. For example: Constructs Introduced from LISP If-Else Block :"The ubiquitous if-then-else structure, now taken for granted as an essential element of any programming language, was invented by McCarthy for use in Lisp, where it saw its first appearance in a more general form (the cond structure). It was inherited by Algol, which popularized it. " - WikiPedia Function Type : Functions as first class citizens. Garbage Collection

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  • Pattern Matching in Scheme

    - by kunjaan
    How do I accept the following input? (list of 0 or more charcters and ends with 3) or (list of 1 or more characters 4 and 0 or more characters after 4) something like (match ( list 3)) -> #t (match ( list 1 2 3)) -> #t (match (list 1 2 3 4)) -> #t (match (list 1 2 3 4 5)) -> #t (match (list 4)) -> #f EDIT: THIS IS NOT MY HOMEWORK. I trying to write something like ELIZA from PAIP but I know only how to write a pattern that begins with a word.

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  • Software Engineering Papers

    - by kunjaan
    Please recommend me software engineering/methodology/practices paper. So far I have enjoyed: 1968 Dijkstra : Go To Statement Considered Harmful Nikalus Wirth : Program Development by Stepwise Refinement 1971 David Parnas : Information Distribution Aspects of Design Methodology 1972 Liskov : Design Methodology for Reliable Software Systems Extensible Language : Schuman and P Jourrand R. Balzer Structured Programming : Dahl - Hierarchical Program StructuresImplementation Patterns 1971 Jim Morris Protection in Programming Languages 1973 Bill Wulf and Mary Shaw Global Variable Considered Harmful 1974 : Lisko and Zilles ADTs

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  • What are Bridge and Synthetic methods in Java?

    - by kunjaan
    Returns : true if and only if this method is a bridge method as defined by the Java Language Specification. Since: 1.5 Returns: true if and only if this method is a synthetic method as defined by the Java Language Specification. Since: 1.5 I saw these in my Reflection doc. I saw couple of docs but I couldn't fully understand the usage of them. Could Somebody expalin these methods for a layperson?

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  • Effective Android Programming Techniques

    - by kunjaan
    Please Help me compile a list of Effective Android Programming techniques Don't forget to free resources after use. Lot of resources like Cursors are overlooked. Free them too. Don't Use magic Numbers. values[0] is meaningless. The framework provides very useful accessors like values[SensorManager.DATA_X] "Make use of onPause()/onResume to save or close what does not need to be opened the whole time." protected void onResume() { mSensorManager.registerListener(...); } protected void onStop() { mSensorManager.unregisterListener(...); super.onStop(); } Make your Android UI Fast and Efficient from the Google I/O has a lot of useful UI Performance tips.

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  • How do I profile in DrScheme?

    - by kunjaan
    How Do I profile my functions using DrScheme? (require profile) (define (factorial n) (cond ((= n 1) 1) (else (* n (factorial (- n 1)))))) (profile factorial) The above code returns Profiling results ----------------- Total cpu time observed: 0ms (out of 0ms) Number of samples taken: 0 (once every 0ms) ==================================== Caller Idx Total Self Name+srcLocal% ms(pct) ms(pct) Callee ==================================== > I tried: - (profile (factorial 100)) - (profile factorial) (factorial 100) But it gives me the same result. What am I doing wrong?

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  • How do I make a module in PLT Scheme?

    - by kunjaan
    I tried doing this: #lang scheme (module duck scheme/base (provide num-eggs quack) (define num-eggs 2) (define (quack n) (unless (zero? n) (printf "quack\n") (quack (sub1 n))))) But I get this error: module: illegal use (not at top-level) in: (module duck scheme/base (provide num-eggs quack) (define num-eggs 2) (define (quack n) (unless (zero? n) (printf "quack\n") (quack (sub1 n))))) what is the correct way?

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  • What is the use of interface constants?

    - by kunjaan
    I am learning Java and just found that the Interface can have fields, which are public static and final. I haven't seen any examples of these so far. What are some of the use cases of these Interface Constants and can I see some in the Java Standard Library?

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  • What is wrong with my definition of Zip in Haskell?

    - by kunjaan
    -- eg. myzip [’a’, ’b’, ’c’] [1, 2, 3, 4] -> [(’a’, 1), (’b’, 2), (’c’, 3)] myzip :: Ord a => [a] -> [a] -> [(a,a)] myzip list1 list2 = [(x,y) | [x, _] <-list1, [y,_] <-list2 ] I get this error message: Occurs check: cannot construct the infinite type: a = [a] When generalising the type(s) for `myzip' Failed, modules loaded: none.

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  • Am I correct in my assumption about synchronized block?

    - by kunjaan
    I have a method shout() with a synchronized block. private void shout(){ System.out.println("SHOUT " + Thread.currentThread().getName()); synchronized(this){ System.out.println("Synchronized Shout" + Thread.currentThread().getName()); try { Thread.sleep(50); } catch (InterruptedException e) { e.printStackTrace(); } System.out.println("Synchronized Shout" + Thread.currentThread().getName()); } } If I have two Threads that run this method, am I correct in assuming that the two "Synchronized Shout" will always appear one after the other? There can be no other statements in between the "Synchronized Shout"?

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