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Computrar Science by Charles Grimway - Wed, 17 Dec 2014 12:27:40 EST ID:DKv2OpNO No.33039 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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OK fuckers, I'm back in college and I want to know what is the best degree to set me up to work from home as a programmer. I know that I want to specialize in cloud computing, and I have in mind perhaps working for Google. I've found their drive, docs, and slides tools to be invaluable since I've been back in college. Inb4 degrees aren't necessary, both of my parents have advanced degrees from prestigious universities and I want one too. I am looking at UCF but my dream school would be UF, I've been a Gator fan all my life. I'm already learning programming on Kahn Academy. Personal stories are of course welcome.
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Charles Farryhall - Sat, 03 Jan 2015 00:15:04 EST ID:Y/qN6eCd No.33123 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33121
Damn I know this is off-topic as fuck but this is a discussion I've had with several of my friends.
Bullfighting looks cruel, but before the slaying, the bull is actually treated like a fucking god for the entirety of his life. He's fed the highest-quality food that everyone in his town can find, he's left to roam on a large plot of land by himself, he's given intense veterinary scrutiny to make sure that he's always in perfect health, and they give him cows to mate with when he wants.
Bullfighting bulls probably live the best lives of any animal in captivity on earth. They're extremely pampered and very revered by the locals as a noble creature. During the bullfight, the bull is baited with hooks by the assistants for approximately 30 minutes, and then the killing blow is dealt by the matador's sword: he swiftly places it behind the bull's neck to cause the most instant death that he can. Additionally, the bull is highly respected by the spectators and it's seen as an honorable death. Also, the bull is immediately used for food after the killing, so he wasn't killed for nothing.
I know that 30 minutes is painful but compare that to the farms where most Americans get their beef, where they hang the cow upside down and let it bleed out haphazardly for however long it takes to die

I know this has nothing to do with programming so I'm going to nobump yet again but I hope you would look at Spanish (and southern) culture differently sometimes.
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Cedric Foddlefoot - Fri, 09 Jan 2015 00:00:12 EST ID:mnux+Lvs No.33152 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33122
>"Fuck literature."
>Ernest Hemmingway
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Cornelius Duckdock - Fri, 09 Jan 2015 09:41:43 EST ID:B5bhgIFu No.33153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33121
> a system where advancement is based on merit and not connections.
Do we have any of those on Earth?
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DJ BrU - Mon, 12 Jan 2015 11:02:44 EST ID:5M822B0h No.33169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33123
Time to code my first bullfighting game in Visual Studio. community can pick VC++, VB or C#. Even Classic VB why the duck not. either way I'm doing it no engines!!
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Faggy Pittbanks - Mon, 12 Jan 2015 11:05:25 EST ID:5M822B0h No.33170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah but alothe of the best sports came after his death mma, motox, skateboarding ect.


I fail at programming by Molly Modgefod - Thu, 31 Jul 2014 13:00:52 EST ID:5kGtwHc6 No.32166 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have a project I need to finish in two months.
It's a Flappy Bird clone.
In java.
And I just don't get it. I have some idea about what I want in my prep-code, but it's not concise enough. I am not concise enough.
Furthermore I just can't use the fucking API, I try to read and understand it, I import it, try to make a reference after creating a new object from a class and BOoOoOM!
It explodes right in front of my face.
Why, what do I not understand?
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Faggy Pittbanks - Mon, 12 Jan 2015 02:58:09 EST ID:5M822B0h No.33163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I know this is too late. Start the bird in the air. have him falling on the form_load event. on the key press event make him rise a predefine amount. have the background scrollin past him constantly he is really moving up and down. it'a a optical illusion. then all u gotta do is a switch or if statement to see if he collides or falls to far down. I am explainin this in C# terms but it works the same in any lang.
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Frederick Grandridge - Mon, 12 Jan 2015 06:29:42 EST ID:CaxHBeL+ No.33165 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33163
>I know this is too late
>Thu, 31 Jul 2014
wow
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Faggy Pittbanks - Mon, 12 Jan 2015 10:27:31 EST ID:5M822B0h No.33166 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33165
Someone had to say the theory behind it.
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Augustus Sozzlededge - Mon, 12 Jan 2015 17:42:00 EST ID:Erhyj+XQ No.33173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33166
Nope. nb.
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Emma Davingway - Tue, 13 Jan 2015 19:01:01 EST ID:dwdWiZ3y No.33178 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nuke yourself from orbit.


How to model chess pieces in Haskell? by Eugene Nicklestone - Fri, 02 Jan 2015 14:49:23 EST ID:WSgZU2gk No.33117 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I'm making a chess program in Haskell, and I'm not sure how to model the pieces. I have the following code:

data Piece
= Pawn
| Knight
| Bishop
| Rook
| Queen
| King

data RawPiece = RawPiece {
strMoveType :: MoveType,
strAttackType :: MoveType,
diagMoveType :: MoveType,
diagAttackType :: MoveType,
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David Murddale - Sat, 03 Jan 2015 17:20:06 EST ID:vhgZIlcV No.33125 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33117
Not completely sure how that should be coded, but I'm here to point out more problems:
If you go with that, your pawns can move backwards and attack backwards diagonally (unless you are coding that somehow with the 'isRoyal', which surely isn't what you want).
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William Bumbleham - Sun, 04 Jan 2015 22:08:27 EST ID:WSgZU2gk No.33136 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33125
Thanks for pointing out the error with the pawns. I think I remember making the same error when I made a chess program in JS years ago.
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Sophie Cubbersterk - Fri, 09 Jan 2015 13:33:11 EST ID:6ui0N+F9 No.33154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33117
OP, if you finish this can you post the code once you finished or even partially?

I think Haskell has beautiful syntax
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Jenny Dipperfuck - Mon, 12 Jan 2015 01:33:37 EST ID:pLOPvNhz No.33161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33154
(1) Is there something specific that you want to see in the code?
(2) I'm not sure yet what I want the program to actually do in the end.
(3) I think I want a GUI, but I haven't made a GUI with Haskell before. I can't find any simple tutorials (like: "here's the function to draw a line, here's the function to draw a rectangle, etc") online either.
(4) Although Haskell has the most complete standard library (Prelude) that I've ever seen, it still lacks some things that I want (mainly unified functions and classes dealing with collections). Thus, I use a custom library that you'd have to learn.
(5) I have other projects that I want to finish first. I'm not sure when I'll finish this one.
(6) Indeed, Haskell has beautiful syntax.


*nix and the console for web designers/developers by Barnaby Niggerville - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 18:46:36 EST ID:q98kOAtT No.33151 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>tl;dr How to get up to speed with using the command line for things like git, Bower, Grunt, Node, etc.

First, a bit about me: I am a full-time web designer and kind-of-developer (mostly JS and PHP). I have only ever used Windows for this kind of work and have minimal, unrelated experience using Linux and its console (okay, just a bit of floundering around with Node.js but that's it).

My idea of version control is manually backing up files into a directory with a timestamped name. My idea of "checking out repositories" (or whatever) is downloading a zip file from a website and extracting it to my project's directory. My idea of minifying/linting is copying the contents of my JS files into a web-based minifier and copying the resulting output into a different JS file that I rename "min".

For the longest time I thought this was a pretty standard approach, but within the last couple of years I can't go a day without reading about the magnificence of the command line for this sort of work - how much your workflow will improve using tools like NPM, Bower and Grunt. And I feel woefully inadequate for not knowing what the hell these articles are talking about while at the same time thinking "Maybe I should just keep fucking working rather than trying to play catch-up with all of these flash-in-the-pan worfklow paradigms" but that's proably the wrong outlook.

When I've tried to find any sort of comprehensive "So you're new to the command line, congratulations" type of tutorial specifically for web developers (i.e. the point is not to become a *nix guru), they all seem to assume some prior knowledge/experience and I can't help but feel like I'm just copying commands without really learning anything.

Can anyone recommend some helpful books, sites, videos, etc. that resemble (even somewhat) what I'm looking for? Thanks in advance.

Pic unrelated.
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Barnaby Bennerpare - Sat, 10 Jan 2015 19:49:46 EST ID:yTX+DTMI No.33156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If I can figure all those out as a shitty intern who wasn't even that interested in programming, then you can too by reading the manual. You've gotten far enough for it to be necessary to use these tools, so writing a Gruntfile or cloning a git repo really is the least of your worries. You're not going to easily find a tut suited perfectly for you (actually there are many for NPM, Grunt etc), so do the *nix tutorials like the rest of us and you'll be better off for it
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Phyllis Doshhood - Thu, 15 Jan 2015 19:09:09 EST ID:h8t3QTNn No.33184 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33156
Thanks for the advice/encouragement. I started running through some git tutorials on Code School this afternoon and git itself seems pretty straightforward but I definitely need more practice with the command line itself.

nb


C# Question by Cornelius Drumbleketch - Sun, 07 Dec 2014 18:54:05 EST ID:Ky+8GJE7 No.32982 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Simple C# question -

I'm using Windows Forms, and I've got a bunch of images loaded as resources in my project. They are all named as a structure(AceHeart, TwoHeart, ThreeSpade, etc.).

What I want to do is change some picture boxes based on two values of a card, something like

PictureBox = project.Properties.Resources."Ace" + "Heart"

or

PictureBox = project.Properties.Resources.(card)

Something like that.

tldr - Just want to load an image in my resources based on two attributes for the name of the resource.
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Martin Wammleluck - Fri, 12 Dec 2014 20:49:57 EST ID:CaxHBeL+ No.33010 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33009
What the fuck question are you even answering.
>How do I do this in C#
>Use javascript
Fuck man
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Graham Pockwill - Sat, 13 Dec 2014 12:54:33 EST ID:oVxJAogK No.33012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33009
You're totally clueless too. Java and Javascript are similar like Car and Carpet are similar. Though they're both curly-brace imperative OOP languages, their type systems couldn't be further apart.
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Shit Sumblestedging - Fri, 19 Dec 2014 17:53:07 EST ID:CjiZuQru No.33057 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33002
You shouldn't make a game loop in the UI thread. The UI thread does a lot of processing itself and you can't really depend on the timing. And the more work you do in your game loop the more sluggish the Forms app can behave.

As suggested, use a XNA or another framework.
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Ebenezer Crablingsick - Wed, 07 Jan 2015 08:17:10 EST ID:5M822B0h No.33145 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think know one knows C#. pictureBox1.Image = System.Drawing.Image.FromFile("cardname.png");
I hope you enjoy .NET. Windows Forms are fine for simple 2nd games. Anyone who says otherwise
is out of their mind. People are so quick to use XNA. Let's be real, how many windows forms game and graphics source codes are out their. Compared to X N A ones?
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Ebenezer Crablingsick - Wed, 07 Jan 2015 08:17:10 EST ID:5M822B0h No.33146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think know one knows C#. pictureBox1.Image = System.Drawing.Image.FromFile("cardname.png");
I hope you enjoy .NET. Windows Forms are fine for simple 2nd games. Anyone who says otherwise
is out of their mind. People are so quick to use XNA. Let's be real, how many windows forms game and graphics source codes are out their. Compared to X N A ones?


C++: Issues with getline and reading data from a file by Whitey Chunningdotch - Mon, 24 Nov 2014 01:14:35 EST ID:SWvrr9Ps No.32909 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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yes, this is a homework assignment, and yes I am limited to what I have learned in class

There is an input file with a student name (1 or 2 words) on one line and their scores on the next. I am supposed to call functions to store the data from those lines in arrays, but because I'm having trouble actually reading all the data from the file, I can't move forward.

	while(getline(inputFile, line))
{
for (int i = 0; i < NUM_STUDENTS; i++)
{
getline(inputFile, line);
cout << line << '\n';

for (int i = 0; i < NUM_TESTS; i++)
{
inputFile >> testScores;
cout << testScores << " ";
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Whitey Chunningdotch - Mon, 24 Nov 2014 01:18:54 EST ID:SWvrr9Ps No.32910 Ignore Report Quick Reply
cont...: so I moved the statements into the function to see if it was scope issue of the input file but it wasn't. it's an issue with how getline and the stream insertion operators work.

Anyone able to chime in?
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Whitey Chunningdotch - Mon, 24 Nov 2014 01:20:03 EST ID:SWvrr9Ps No.32911 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32910 into the main function*
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Whitey Chunningdotch - Mon, 24 Nov 2014 01:58:36 EST ID:SWvrr9Ps No.32913 Ignore Report Quick Reply
update: I fixed it with spaghetti code.

void inputOneStudentData(string &names, int scores[NUM_TESTS])
{
string lastName, firstName;
inputFile >> firstName >> lastName;

if (lastName == "97")
{
names = firstName;
cout << names << "\n";
scores[0] = 97;
cout << scores[0] << " ";
for (int i = 1; i < NUM_TESTS; i++)
{
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Matilda Febbernad - Wed, 07 Jan 2015 05:48:03 EST ID:CjiZuQru No.33144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32913
First of all, make sure the main loop doesn't use the result of getline() to determine when to finish. std::getline() returns the istream& it was passed as first parameter so will probably always evaluate to true. Instead use istream::eof() like so:
while (!inputFile.eof()) // http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/ios/ios/eof/

And since you need to get rid of an empty line first anyway, you could do your main loop like so:
getline(inputFile, line);
while (!inputFile.eof())

next: Reading the student's name: in your second attempt you read it as first and last and then concatenate the two together to get the name. Reading the name would actually be much more robust if you'd use std::getline() like in your first try. Also try adding the indexer to the scores array when reading from the input file:
inputFile >> scores; // Are arrays 0 or 1 indexed? What should i's initial value be?

That should be enough to get you going.


one assembled piece by Matilda Wubbleshaw - Sat, 03 Jan 2015 21:37:09 EST ID:Dun/GJRm No.33126 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Wesley Fimmleham - Sun, 04 Jan 2015 18:39:43 EST ID:06pPpSX4 No.33133 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>33130
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Whitey Tootlock - Mon, 05 Jan 2015 05:57:45 EST ID:Dun/GJRm No.33137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33131
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2445050/how-different-is-objective-c-from-c
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Whitey Tootlock - Mon, 05 Jan 2015 06:00:25 EST ID:Dun/GJRm No.33138 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33131
But the very main differences are:
  • ARC
  • sending messages to nil
  • no NULL exception (that's ugly tbh)
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Ian Sudgetire - Mon, 05 Jan 2015 11:27:24 EST ID:0fDyrctt No.33139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33138

IMO the biggest difference in actual idiomatic code is templates vs reflection.
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Shitting Brookford - Mon, 05 Jan 2015 12:11:00 EST ID:/ss7n6qm No.33140 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Objective-C implements the Actor model, which is a communication-based model of computation, while C++ is based on the Turing machine, which is a state-based model of computation.
http://letitcrash.com/post/20964174345/carl-hewitt-explains-the-essence-of-the-actor


repetition for the old idiot by Matilda Benderwore - Wed, 31 Dec 2014 13:53:42 EST ID:lO7muF7z No.33103 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This is a dumb question, but if I were to practice the Learn Python tutorials and then move onto some other tutorials or write my own code for an hour or two every night. Would I be able to start learning other languages or build my own site? Is that how learning how to program works? I understand the basic theory of how computers and programs function, I'm just wondering if anyone has had success from self teaching through repetition, sort of like learning an instrument or how to cook. Or if I'm going about it completely wrong and just need to go take a community college course.
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Cedric Cecklecocke - Wed, 31 Dec 2014 22:20:28 EST ID:PQzGpXuE No.33107 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>Would I be able to start learning other languages or build my own site?

Yes.

>Is that how learning how to program works?

Partially, yes. If you want to be good you should also read up on discrete mathematics and computer architecture.

You don't need to go to school to learn how, I think I read somewhere that %30 of the people employed in the field do not have any kind of post secondary degree.
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Jarvis Memmleson - Wed, 31 Dec 2014 23:36:40 EST ID:XpUA4MLy No.33108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes but make sure to do proper research and don't learn things 'the wrong way'. Always be critical even if what you're reading is the 'accepted answer on stackoverflow'
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Wesley Smallwell - Thu, 01 Jan 2015 05:06:54 EST ID:vcNQo3+f No.33109 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33103
Programming is learned practically, by writing programs and modifying programs and figuring out how to get it to do what you want. Tutorials can help, as long as you understand the explanations and actually write and run the code examples. Better if you mess around with the examples. Writing your own code is even better, if you have specific goals to achieve. Doing it like learning an instrument or cooking is the right way; even if you take a college course you'd still have to put in your own effort if you actually want to become a programmer. Courses just structure the learning process a bit better.

You speak of Python and building your own site. Do you mean a website? Python is a great language, but not the best starting point for building websites. It's great for the server-side, like processing browser requests and accessing a database and so on, but for the front end (what you see in the browser) the standard is HTML, CSS and JavaScript. A templating engine in Python can help with that, but anyone who seriously wants to build websites need to know those 3.

Learning the concepts embodied in Python will help you to learn other languages (though not many other mainstream languages contain all the ideas that are in Python). Python's syntax is rather unique and you may have difficulty adapting to a second language's syntax, but it gets easier the more languages you learn.

>>33107
I did both discrete math and computer architecture as part of my degree, and practically they've been two of the least useful modules for me. I wouldn't recommend them to OP at this point; learning the basics comes first, and once he's comfortable, perhaps a data structures and algorithms course.
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James Hunkinforth - Thu, 01 Jan 2015 14:42:02 EST ID:lO7muF7z No.33112 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Thanks guys.

>>33109

My goal, once I become familiar with how to use Python is to give myself a crash course in html and javascript. Building a decent website is my goal, another goal however is getting money together for server costs. But one has to walk before they can run I suppose.
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Charles Farryhall - Sat, 03 Jan 2015 00:26:37 EST ID:Y/qN6eCd No.33124 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's not a dumb question.
Btw are you sure you want to do Python? Javascript is probably better if you want to work with web browser stuff.
But the most important thing is just to keep pluggin' away at it. Practice errday and you'll make steady progress. And don't just look at hard code in one language, spend some time looking at various things about computer science and you'll understand the background of what you're doing and make better decisions


Sh-Painter by Angus Homblecocke - Thu, 01 Jan 2015 06:24:27 EST ID:JamgH7VP No.33110 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do I host one of these on my website?

I've seen other people do it.
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Martin Bandersut - Thu, 01 Jan 2015 14:29:24 EST ID:CaxHBeL+ No.33111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
/art/ used to have one, search oekaki?


Finite state transducer by Cyril Niddlepin - Wed, 31 Dec 2014 13:24:13 EST ID:u1MTuLUQ No.33102 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have come across the term "finite state transducer", and wondered what it means. I looked it up on wikipedia (It's not a particularly well written article and I do not have any formal education in computer science or anything so I do not understand it that well) and I saw:

>The two tapes of a transducer are typically viewed as an input tape and an output tape. On this view, a transducer is said to transduce (i.e., translate) the contents of its input tape to its output tape, by accepting a string on its input tape and generating another string on its output tape.

OK, does something count as a finite state transducer if one of the tapes is not a string, but some binary tree, S-Expression or some other structure?

Take for example the realm of compiler architecture. The front-end might be implemented as a finite state transducer which takes source code in FORTRAN or whatever and produce some output, which is some representation of what the source code means. And then another finite state transducer can take that structure and convert it to machine code. The process can be reversed if you take the transducer, the same machine code and convert it back to FORTRAN.

And the FORTRAN you end up with might be completely different from the FORTRAN you originally fed in.
Have I understood this right?
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Thomas Billingstock - Wed, 31 Dec 2014 19:06:29 EST ID:06pPpSX4 No.33105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33102
Yeah I don't really like those Wikipedia articles that're written for theoretical math majors and don't actually explain in words what they are about.

> Take for example the realm of compiler architecture. The front-end might be implemented as a finite state transducer which takes source code in FORTRAN or whatever and produce some output, which is some representation of what the source code means. And then another finite state transducer can take that structure and convert it to machine code. The process can be reversed if you take the transducer, the same machine code and convert it back to FORTRAN.
My understanding of a finite state transducer (from the Wikipedia article) is that it's a transducer built from a finite state machine. That means that certain types of parsers or compilers as you suggested could be FST's, but not all of them are (I would wager that most modern compilers are actually NOT FST's). This is what you suggested that a compiler front-end might be implemented as a finite state transducer that takes source code (in any language, including FORTRAN), and produces another representation of what the source code means.

I'd guess that the usage of these would be more in lexers, tokenizers, and parsers (linear streams of input data) than in the compiler part of compilers (which deals more with tree structures and has lots of pointers and connections that I'm not sure a FSM can as easily handle).

Also I think that your statement at the end is incorrect:
> The process can be reversed if you take the transducer, the same machine code and convert it back to FORTRAN.
Just because a system uses a FST does NOT mean that the original input can be recovered from the output. However I would imagine that if you ran the same input through the FST that you should get the same output (since FST's are built on top of FSMs which are for the most part entirely deterministic).

The reason that you cannot "reverse" the output to get new input is because FSMs are complex enough such that they don't need to map 1:1 input to output. Also since this transducer operates using FSMs, they are in fact a many:many function wherein output …
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Wayland WMs by Isabella Gallerman - Tue, 30 Dec 2014 06:22:45 EST ID:i/3DRw6L No.33098 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Has anyone here programmed for a windowing system such as X11 or Wayland? X11 is a huge mess, so I recently started looking at the following:

Wayland compositor (window manager)

https://github.com/Cloudef/loliwm

Pretty neat


i dont even know what that means by Hey Hello - Sun, 28 Dec 2014 14:18:32 EST ID:/GMnN0pf No.33088 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hello, I don't know if this is the right board, but maybe it is. So I need to know if the text block in the link below is encrypted or something?I have no clue about encryption.Obviously. So if it isnt what does that meaaan?

> http://luxembourg.en.craigslist.org/bts/4816978891.html
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David Pishfield - Sun, 28 Dec 2014 15:20:26 EST ID:LGW8f4ot No.33089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Looks like spam
https://duckduckgo.com/html/?q=010%202156%206197
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Molly Shakecocke - Sun, 28 Dec 2014 16:54:22 EST ID:l+2099M0 No.33090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The Korean text translates as Gangnam Pool Salon. Googling that phrase and the digits 21566197 found a "poem" on hellopoetry, as well as a page on Google Plus Mobile which appears to be a similar spam ad, albeit with English text. I'm not posting the links since something about this topic is frog blasting the vent core.


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