I want to shorten a number to the first decimal position that is not null. The Decimal places behind should be rounded.
I commented addresses when I printed their values in the code above. Difference between the addresses stored inside 0th and 1st indexed pointers is 16 bytes. I thought at first it is because the string I assign them is 9 characters so more than 8 bytes, it will not fit...
I read the below syntax from byteorder:I can't find any documentation which explains the syntax instance.method::<SomeThing>()
I read some questions how to create a finite Stream ( Finite generated Stream in Java - how to create one?, How do streams stop?).
This question already has an answer here:I'm reading the book "Programming Principle and Practices using C++" by the author of the language.
How do I get keyword information for the version of Julia being run?For example, there are 33 keywords in Python 3.6, but only 31 in 2.7:
According to cppreference, assert will be used as a C++ attribute.However, there already exist tons of projects heavily dependent on the macro assert, is there any bad effect?
Suppose a class contains a final variable. Why is new space allocated for final variable every time an object of the class is created even though its value can't be changed? Why its memory allocation is not like a static variable?
I was writing code, when IntelliJ suggested me a correction on:telling me that the Method invocation equals may produce the good old java.lang.NullPointerException , proposing as solution something that I wasn't aware of, Objects.equals:
I was wondering if it is possible to decode x86-64 instructions in reverse?I need this for a runtime dissembler. Users can point to a random location in memory and then should be able to scroll upwards and see what instructions came before the specified address.