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  1. Another for the ignore list. Some of us are...

    Another for the ignore list. Some of us are trying to have a serious discussion here, not a middle-school-level put-down contest.
  2. No, I put the last one last because it much...

    No, I put the last one last because it much slower (using two loops instead of one loop and one hash table). Whether the first or second is faster depends on the string in question, but the third is...
  3. For the hash table alone. But you need to either...

    For the hash table alone. But you need to either loop over the string, and then use the hash table on each element of the string, or you would need to create a hash table, and loop over the string...
  4. Sorry, that is a typo. I screwed up the code...

    Sorry, that is a typo. I screwed up the code tags and had to rush to fix it before the time limit expired. It should be "ch", not "count".

    But that was my third example, my first was from the...
  5. If you looked at my examples you would see that...

    If you looked at my examples you would see that is exactly what I did in the first and second case. You are right, technically that is not iterating over a sequence. But it is still not O(n)...
  6. You would either need to iterate over the string...

    You would either need to iterate over the string twice, or iterate over the string and a sequence of characters that have been found so far. You would need two iterators either way.

    From what I...
  7. Seems like wikipedia has caught on...

    Seems like wikipedia has caught on as well:
  8. Right, because if you can't figure how it could...

    Right, because if you can't figure how it could be crashing, then all those people experiencing crashes must be imagining it.
  9. Who is this "we"? I can't find any list of...

    Who is this "we"? I can't find any list of members, not even a count of members. Does anyone know who is involved or how many people are involved?
  10. I am not sure what you mean by this. You have to...

    I am not sure what you mean by this. You have to iterate over the string to get the counts in the first place. In most cases it would be faster to find the unique values first, so you could do...
  11. It is also not nice when your program dies from a...

    It is also not nice when your program dies from a segfault, which you don't get with python. You can always point to certain sorts of bugs that happen on some language but not another, or is more...
  12. This is the standard way python advances. A need...

    This is the standard way python advances. A need for something is seen. A bunch of tools appear. They have different focuses, different ideas, differ approaches. They all advance in parallel for...
  13. Mir does not help them with convergence or with...

    Mir does not help them with convergence or with an SDK. Wayland can handle convergence as well (KDE is far further along with convergence than Canonical is). And they can build an SDK on top of...
  14. But they aren't. All these huge, massively...

    But they aren't. All these huge, massively successful international companies are backing Wayland. Only Canonical has decided to reject Wayland and go their own way.
  15. Advantages: Better compatibility Have a...

    Advantages:

    Better compatibility
    Have a much better-designed system made by experts in the area with a huge amount of experience
    Have more people looking for bugs
    Don't need to waste...
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    Even if you think it is is CLA, KDE doesn't...

    Even if you think it is is CLA, KDE doesn't require anyone sign it. Signing it is entirely optional.
  17. With wayland, they would still have their own...

    With wayland, they would still have their own compositor and display server. Wayland is a display server protocol, they would still implement the compositor (which is also the display server)...
  18. So in other words, it is basically just q4wine?

    So in other words, it is basically just q4wine?
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    Yes, and the fork does not have that clause. ...

    Yes, and the fork does not have that clause. They cannot take code written for the fork, and add that clause without the owners' permission.
  20. Exactly, it is like the Weird Al of the open...

    Exactly, it is like the Weird Al of the open source software world.
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