Hope all of you aware of this class, used to get notification token whenever firebase notification token got refreshed we get the refreshed token from this class, From following method.
I'm trying to write an embedded application for an MC9S12VR microcontroller. This is a 16-bit microcontroller but some of the values I deal with are 32 bits wide and while debugging I've captured some anomalous values that seem to be due to torn reads.
Rosettacode.org has this excellent one-line FizzBuzz solution in Ruby.The trouble is, I don’t understand it. The part that puzzles me is the ”n to the power of 4 modulo -15”. Does anyone have an explanation or a reference to an explanation? I want to use this way of selecting substrings...
I have a function declaration: where instr_id has type i and tp_time has type v.For example, func[8;05:00:11] works fine and gives me value 17.55.
I'm currently wondering why I don't get an error during GCC compilation/linking of a small C program.
How come the output of the instruction (1) is 18537? How is it storing the value in terms of ANSI standard
Looking at FSharpPlus I was thinking to how to create a generic function to be used inand came out with a possible (working) solution
It is common knowledge that one has to be careful when comparing floating point values. Usually, instead of using ==, we use some epsilon or ULP based equality testing.
I know there is infinite stream in Java. Is there a way to check whether the stream is finite or not?
If we have the following code:On an x86 platform with MS VS compiler (which partly supports C99) - what happens in detail when it is running?