What according to you is the best way to get noticed and get stuck in people’s mind? Is less really more or is big, loud and busy the way to leave your impression on people’s mind? Discover it yourself by exploring the beauty of the two extremes of web designing - Minimalism and Maximalism.
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I was recently toying with an idea from my education in computer science, namely that any deterministic algorithm can be expressed with just two control structures: a loop containing a switch. I never doubted it. From a certain point of view, that's what programs look like to the silicon of a CPU. The switch variable is the PC, and the switch case is the instruction at that address. Nevertheless, I decided to play with it. I decided to use a legacy program I've done a few other things with, namely the original Hunt the Wumpus game from Creative Computing. Look …
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Code Snippet Minimizing roman number to use substraction rule
Roman numbers is a standard programming exercise, to give it a small twist, we input roman numeral, turn it to value and prepare minimal version of it using the substraction rule. Correctness of the input is not checked so Garbage in - Garbage out.
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Hello, I was wondering if there is some sort of Java code that can get information from a webite ONLY when it needs to. To better explain (by using an example) let's say I have a slow webpage (minimal traffic) where a user clicks a button and Java opens my DVD drive (Cause why not :P ). The easy way would be to read a file from the website every x seconds, but I don't want that because that would drive bandwidth and all that up (in this example remember, it's a slow webpage). I want to know if I …
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