How to declare an array of strings in C++?

How to declare an array of strings in C++?

I am trying to iterate over all the elements of a static array of strings in the best possible way. I want to be able to declare it on one line and easily add/remove elements from it without having to…


What is the best way to do Bit Field manipulation in Python?

I'm reading some MPEG Transport Stream protocol over UDP and it has some funky bitfields in it(length 13 for example). I'm using the "struct" library to do the broad unpacking, but is there a simple…


Find the highest order bit in C

what I'm after is something I can feed a number into and it will return the highest order bit. I'm sure there's a simple way. Below is an example output(left is the input) 1-> 1 2-> 2 3-> 2 4->…


How do I shrink an array in Perl?

How do I make an array shorter in Perl? I read some webpages indicating that I can assign: $#ARRAY=42; I read that the use of $# is deprecated. I need a solution that will work for an array of ar…



Image Processing, In Python?

I've recently come across a problem which requires at least a basic degree of image processing, can I do this in Python, and if so, with what?…


javascript - jquery: fastest DOM insertion?

I got this bad feeling about how I insert larger amounts of HTML. Lets assume we got: var html="<table>..<a-lot-of-other-tags/>..</table>" and I want to put this into $("#mydiv") previously I did som…


How do you read an image in Java when Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit() throws an AWTError?

I am reading image files in Java using java.awt.Image img=Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().createImage(filePath); On some systems this doesn't work, it instead throws an AWTError complaining about sun/a…


xml - Xsd to rnc(or rng) conversion(unix command line)

A brief search shows that all available(uUnix command line) tools that convert from xsd(XML Schema) to rng(RelaxNG) or rnc(compact RelaxNG) have problems of some sort. First, if I use rngconv: $…


Comparing two bitmasks in SQL to see if any of the bits match

Is there a way of comparing two bitmasks in Transact-SQL to see if any of the bits match? I've got a User table with a bitmask for all the roles the user belongs to, and I'd like to select all the us…


How do I manipulate bits in Python?

In C I could, for example, zero out bit#10 in a 32 bit unsigned value like so: unsigned long value=0xdeadbeef; value &= ~(1<<10); How do I do that in Python ?…




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