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An In-Depth Look at AVL Trees Part I

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Holy crap! It's been four years since the last one of these tutorials? What have I been doing with my life?!?!

Who knows. Without any further ado, here we go:

AVL Trees



For a quick refresher on binary search trees, check out this cool guy's blog post.


Part I

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C++: Cache-Friendly Code

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I have been working on a mathematical optimization project in C++ for quite some time now. While working with matrices and calculations, something caught my attention: the importance of contiguous memory allocation and writing cache-friendly code...

My Very first Foot Step in DIC

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Hello, To every one who has come over to have look at this rag-tag blog I just created in DIC. I'm a self thought person who loves to code in PHP and in any language which is not tied down to another platform or a OS. This blog will be updated with what ever I collect from my life and my work hoping it'll help some one else.
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String Format Diagnostic Update

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String Format Diagnostic Update

I'm working on updating String.Format Diagnostics to VS2015.

This update will include a new ArgHole parser, that enables me to include colourisation of the format strings.



Currently working on updating the analysis engine, to use the results of the new parser.
So that it can...
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Still No Answer?

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Most forums are manned by volunteers. If only a couple of days have passed without a response this doesn't mean that your question won't be answered, or responded to. Many volunteers visit infrequently, but many will also look through the forum(s) for specific language(s) and look, specifically, at unanswered questions. (The Home page...
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Heavy Metal Mouse

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Now for a much more absurd exploration into PC gaming peripherals. A long while ago, I got a basic Logitech G500s mouse for some comfortable gaming. It's all you need, it doesn't look like some cyborg shit, it does its job well and it doesn't cost too much. It also fits in your hand neatly. I noticed it came with some weights inside,...

Class is Ending

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Class is ending the blog does not have a lot of entries but I will be trying to update it more often. The last homework assignment in my Data Structures course was to print out a binary tree in post,pre,in, and level order and also provide the structure. This involved printing out the tree in a way it resembles its theoretic analysis. The Code...

IN THE BEGINNING ...

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When I first set out to make my online game, I already had a very good understanding of html, .asp, access database, and digital design. What scared me most was CSS and PHP. So I set out to first get a good handle on Javascript. The reason? It looked alot like my commodore 64 code of yesteryear. Even though I never fully understood the...

Making an IIDE in VB.NET

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Recently I wondered if I can make something like VB.NET in VB.NET. Ok, this sounds crazy but it's much possible! Let me tell you how...
1) Open Visual Studio (I have 2012).
2) New Windows Form Application
3) Now the Form1 will be your starting form

ADDING CONTROLS

1) 2 TextBoxes
2) 2 Buttons

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Read the Bible

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Take it little by little.

Short intro to memory

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I've always heard of the stack and heap, and being advanced topics, i tried not give them too much though

But here's a two quick bullet points which made the concepts really accessible
(taken straight from the book)

- When you call a method, the memory required for it's parameters and it's local variables is always acquired from...
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Some Blogs I Like

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Finding good programming blogs is a tricky business. Here is a list I have curated over the last couple of years.

http://blog.8thlight.com/...
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Upcoming Tutorials

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This summer, I began working on a tutorial for the 128-bit AES cryptosystem. I ended up putting it down for quite a few months and am now just getting back to it. I hope to have it done in the next three weeks, pending school work and such. If it doesn't get done by the end of Thanksgiving break, it will get finished over winter break.

After...

Learning Experience - Grinding our Gears

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To start with, I love robotics and enjoyed the robotics club as a whole. As a first year team, we had our share of disasters. We did win 1st in one of the competitions we entered but that was later in the season. I will not be bashing the same guy I was bashing in the last entry or anyone else in particular, we succeeded and failed as a team.

The...
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Passing Data Between Forms - Using Delegates And Events

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Back in an article I wrote in 2010 titled "Passing Data Between Forms in C# or VB.NET...

A small introduction explaining what my goals are

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Hi guys!

Now first of all this blog is more like a reminder to myself of what I've created and what I'm doing at the moment. I won't be really active on this blog the first days/weeks as I would like to learn from this forum first. After I gained the knowledge I require I am planning on starting projects and share them on this...

21st of 10, 2014 if statements == infernal hell

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So today I've managed to understand the huge deal of the workflow and codes that i wrote actually worked fine, except for one part, which drove me insane and eventually someone had to tell me that I am just shooting arrows in the dark. They were two if statements.

the codes are as follows:

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Terminology - Brace versus bracket

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A few of us kind of side tracked this topic...

Last Minute Friday Success

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...WE...HAVE...DATAAAAAAAA...
Yeah, the Sparta thing is done and old, but don't gimme no grief.

Thanks to brennydoogles and his awesomeness, I have managed to clear the last major frontier in my beginner trek into C# development: data storage. It's only SQLite, but I know SQL and I am used to constructing queries in a procedural way,...
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Some Notes On R: A Dialog

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When beginning R, the user should expect a number of gasps of disbelief, face-palm moments will not be uncommon, and occasionally the responsible programmer will be tempted to take the language out back and shoot it in the head.

I'll get much of this reaction out of the way for you in one line:

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