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|SUBJECT ||Re: [LIU Comp Sci] making the class up on the fly
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On 01/29/2015 10:25 AM, muhammad rizwan khalid wrote:
> I also want to do homework combined, so can u come to university, cause i
> dont know any more places. So, we can do combined homework in university.
No, the school has no resources.... I'm not leaving my nice functioning
comfortable office with working wifi, printers, and computers to try to
get work done in a hallway with dysfunctional wifi and feeling like I'm
working in a subway station. We did that last semester. The school
doesn't give a damn if we have a place to work or not.
> On Thu, Jan 29, 2015 at 1:38 AM, Ruben Safir wrote:
>> On 01/28/2015 07:51 PM, Maneesh Kongara wrote:
>>> And to be honest I really no nothing about it and would love to learn.
>>> somehow not so convinced with the class.
>>> On Jan 28, 2015 7:49 PM, "Ruben Safir" wrote:
>>>> I really just don't understand this. It seems like this class is just
>>>> being made up on the fly. this linked list algorithm is a classic
>>>> problem that has been all but solved for decades and it seems like the
>>>> implimentation here, which is fairly broken, really.
>> I think this is covered extensively in the C programming book by King,
>> but his C++ example, I think I have that in the Lippman, Lajoie C++
>> text. I'd have to look. I wrote a full throttle linked list example
>> and class library for C++ using templates about 6 years ago, just as a
>> programming exercize. What you could do with templates is interesting,
>> even assume.