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Computer Science Question of the Day

What is the simplest and/or most efficient function you can write to determine whether a given string has balanced brackets or not?

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Things I see in student code | FOB

My CS300 professor at Portland State University just wrote a fantastic blog post about things he commonly sees in student source code – it’s a great read and helpful for reflecting on your own code and best practices: I’ve read

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Linked Lists Tutorial: mycsresource.net

Excellent Computer Science resource with tutorials and Java code examples at mycsresource.net – this was very helpful to me in my CS courses… Linked Lists are a very common way of storing arrays of data. The major benefit of linked

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[g++] warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’

Just stumbled on to this problem/fix while writing some C++ code for my CS courses… warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’ I hadn’t really thought about this much, as previous versions of g++ (such as the 3.4.3 version

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