YouArentGonnaNeedIt (often abbreviated YAGNI, or YagNi on this wiki) is an ExtremeProgramming practice which states: "Always implement things when you actually need them, never when you just foresee that you need them." Even if you're totally, totally, totally sure that you'll need a feature later on , don't implement it now. Usually, it'll turn out either a) you don't need it after all, or b) what you actually need is quite different from what you foresaw needing earlier. This doesn't mean you should avoid building flexibility into your code. It means you shouldn't overengineer something based on what you think you might need later on .
The Principles of OOD What is object oriented design? What is it all about?
I wonder how many of you are annoyed with the arrow key behavior during insert mode in Vim. Leave all the key mappings default, do not change your TERM environment. Here's a simple tip,
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Wakaba and Kareha are my attempts at implementing from scratch image and message boards of a type popular in Japan (used on sites such as Futaba Channel and 2channel ). This kind of board software is built around anonymous posting and no requirements for registration, to make the boards more suited for casual uses, and more fun overall. They are written in Perl, and are designed to be more efficient and cleanly written than the original scripts that are available, while preserving the same kind of functionality. Both scripts are in use at iichan , an English-language site built along the same lines as the Japanese Futaba Channel , and also 4-ch , an English-language discussion BBS. Wakaba Wakaba is an image board script very strictly modelled after the Futaba and Futallaby scripts.
By Sean Eron Anderson seander@cs. stanford.edu Individually, the code snippets here are in the public domain (unless otherwise noted) — feel free to use them however you please. The aggregate collection and descriptions are © 1997-2005 Sean Eron Anderson.
[ edit ] C++ This implementation of Smoothsort is substantially different (in presentation) from Dijkstra's original one, having undergone some serious refactoring. In order to keep the code as tidy as possible given the inherent complexity of the algorithm, the helper functions are isolated in an anonymous namespace.
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précédent | suivant | table des matières BufferedInputStream permet de lire sur un flux dedonnées en utilisant une zone mémoire tampon ( buffer ). Cette classe se charge de lire sur le flux de données un grand nombre d'octets qu'elle garde dans un tampon.
1/ Qu'est-ce que GDB ? GDB est l'acronyme de Gnu DeBugger. C'est un debugger puissant dont l'interface est totalement en ligne de commande, c'est à dire avec une invite en texte. GDB est tellement apprécié qu'on le trouve aussi encapsulé dans des interfaces graphiques, comme XXGDB ou DDD.
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