I have a list of numbers and Nones like this:I want to get the minimum number and its index, while the Nones should simply be ignored. For the given example, the result would thus be:
I'm trying to broaden my Java horizons and start actually writing Java 8+ code. I have a situation where I have a list of POJOs (each POJO instancehas an id : Long field) and I need to produce a List<Long> representing all of their ids. Here's my code that works...
Here's my situation:I want to make sure the template parameter F&& f only accepts a non-const lvalue reference. How should I enforce this?
I don't have to much experience in multi-threading. So not sure if I got right the following Java code decompiled from Kotlin.
This question already has an answer here:I am reading the php documentation for boolean.One of the comments says 0=='all' is true
I have an Optional object that contains a list. I want to map each object in this list to another list, and return the resulting list.
I have a string I want to split any string in only two parts at the first occurrence of a whitespace. i.e. a='abcd' and b='qwrre qwedsasd zxcwsacds'
Why would deleting an object through void* be undefined behavior, rather than compilation error?This code compiles and produces code, albeit with the warning on gcc and clang (surprisingly, ICC doesn't give a warning):
If you see in below example I have resized the vector to size 3 and I am storing the pointer data1 at data do you see this as a problem unless I am not storing more than 3 records.
This question already has an answer here:I was playing with ternary operator and noticed something odd. I have code below: