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Extremely redundant HTML templating

This is horrendous. I'm using lodash's templating engine for this table. Here's the template for an individual record's row. I've got 5 different table and ...
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C++ Stack using template

I'm learning C++, so I wrote a stack with the help of templates. I'm wondering if there is anything I can improve or if I did something vastly wrong. Stack.h ...
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Fastest possible text template for repeated use?

While reviewing Sending templatized e-mail to a million contacts, I wrote this implementation to illustrate an alternate approach. It is designed to be the fastest possible way to generate templated ...
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Making my underscore template code more manageable

I currently have what seems to be a very overly complicated underscore template full of conditionals and as the data grows I'm worried the conditions are going to get more and more extreme. Can anyone ...
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Sending templatized e-mail to a million contacts

This code runs fine without a bug, I need to optimize this code for following interview requirement. Lets say i need to send it to 1 million contacts and emailBody is ~100Kb. What code optimization ...
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n number of x on the y

Everyone knows "99 bottles of beer on the wall". Mat's Mug made a comment about mugs on the wall in The 2nd Monitor and I realized I never wrote a "beer on the wall" program. But that seemed way too ...
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Method of uniquely identifying classes

I have written the following class to allow me to uniquely identify classes in C++, and I was wondering if there are any better ways of going about it. ...
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Template integer range, version 2

This question is a follow-up. The original question was itself a follow-up to an older question by @LokiAstari. The idea is to provide a compile-time integer range. This version incorporates ...
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DataStream interface for reading and writing data

I am writing a C++ library which will interact on files, memory buffers and remote files accessible with the HTTP protocol. To handle that, I've decided to create some classes that will use the ...
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A trait class to detect whether a template is specialized for a given type

Today's question will just be about a small utility that I needed at some point for one of my projects: a template to detect whether a template is specialized for a given type. The utility uses ...
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Draw an ASCII checkerboard

I'm a newcomer to C++, from C#. I wrote a program that prints an ASCII checkerboard with a side length of the number passed to it (link to original Code Golf question). stdafx.h ...
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C++ 2D shape intersections - template reduction

I've created a short piece of code to determine whether or not various 2D shapes (circles/lines/rectangles) intersect. It was a job interview question, but now it's just about self-improvement. I'd ...
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Template Method Checker

I have written some template helpers to check if a class has a certain method with a certain signature. The code is based on this answer. I attempted to extend it for generic methods. An important ...
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User and Score models

I have a couple of models - User & Score. I am displaying data from those models to my template. Data from ...
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Representing trajectory points using inheritance

Problem Background I need to represent trajectory points and trajectories (encapsulating these points) in the form of a collection of classes. All trajectory points have two essential elements: time ...
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Assigning functions for different location classes

Suppose in a School, you can only study, teach, or walk; in a Mall, you can only purchase, walk, or sell; ...
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for_each_cons and for_each_slice, variants of std::for_each working on sliding windows

My goal was to replicate Ruby's each_cons and each_slice: ...
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Thread-Safe Variadic Printing Function

Printing to stdout is thread-safe in many systems when using printf or std::cout, but not in ...
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Linear algebra module

I'm working on a linear algebra module to improve my knowledge with mathematics and, because I'll need a lightweight linear algebra module for my future work with Vulkan! I tried to keep a blas-like ...
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Element selectors for a RepeatButtonView

I have a large application with a wide-reaching amount of views and sub-views. I have a need to decorate DOM elements with identifiers so that my framework of choice can bind views to the DOM ...
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Populate a .txt document with a CSV spreadsheet using multiple templates, outputting documents for each data row

I'm looking for feedback on functionality, PEP8, advice, etc as a learning tool. I'm not sure how to tell if this program should be broken into separate functions or combined as one. While hand ...
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Accessing nested data properties in Handlebars

I am using HandlebarsJS for my templating needs. I have a nested object: ...
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Game engine ObjectFactory class

I've developed as part of a game engine a template class for a factory which manages objects of one specific type. The factory handles initialization, destruction, and accessing previously created ...
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C++ custom memory allocator

I'm working on a C++ custom memory allocator, that would be kind of a replacement for the C flexible array syntax, you know, the stuff like that: ...
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Templated renderer class

A class that matches the rendered objects shader and render function(sets shader resources) based on its typeid hash. ...
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Simple Batch Templating Utility in Python

I would like to present for review my (much) revised batch templating utility which had it's humble beginnings here in a previous post. As I mentioned there, this program is my entry into python ...
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Email Template Parser PHP Class

This is a very basic PHP class that I am working on which will allow me to provide an HTML template in the form of a string saved to a variable or into an actual template file. I can then pass into ...
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Fully Generic C++ Stack Implementation Without Lists, Arrays, or Vectors

I'm trying to write a fully generic Stack in C++. I'm not sure if this is the best way to do this. Right now I know that the Pop method needs improvement since ...
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Generic container assignment

For setters that set a member collection, I write template functions so as to accept any collection type as input: ...
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Type-safe cartesian co-ordinates

I've recently been fiddling around with a type safe implementation of cartesian co-ordinates (and a few operations on those co-ordinates). Often it's easy to get units mixed up: is something in ...
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“Set” your expectations low for this ADT

For my third assignment in CS2, I was given the following: A set is a special bag that does not allow duplicates. Specify each operation for a set of objects by stating its purpose, by ...
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Prefered Style Container for the Components in the DataTemplate

The following XAML is a close (tidied up) version of what I have use in my WPF application. If you have noticed there are two Styles applied to the same component ...
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Smart as a bag of rocks

For my second project in CS2, I was given the following assignment: Implement a new ADT called a bag with receipts. The specification for the class of bag with receipts differs from a ...
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Create New C++ Class

I'm currently developing a new version of ExpressGenGen Using TDD. While I'm rewriting the new version of my Code Generator Generator. I'm using its old version to generate code to be used by the new ...
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Generating all permutations of a template pack

AllPermutedPacks<Pack<Types...>>::type is to be the pack of packs consisting of all permutations of Types.... For ...
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Loading template file and replacing placeholders

I have an HTLP template file called "template.tmpl". In the template I have a few placeholders like {{NAME}} and {{USERNAME}}. I ...
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Generating a zoo of animals

The pattern I've come up here is for the AnimalGenerator itself, outside of the (abstract) Factory Pattern used within it. The factory classes themselves are not ...
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Calculator using class templates

I've just completed an assignment about class templates in C++. It works fine and produces the correct output. We were given the main function and had to construct and implement the class. I'm ...
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Seeking proper system for pairing types

My code below ensures that only land animals can be a "representatives" for Land while only ocean animals can be representatives for ...
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Text-based Snake game on Window - follow-up

Previous question: Text-based Snake game on Window Summary of improvements: Removed unnecessary functions such as clearScreen() Added new ...
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Stack implementation using vectors and templates with no overflow version 1.1

I have modified my code as per the suggestion given by some of the developers. Let me know if there are any further concerns or scope for improvements. Original Version ...
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Factory template method for generalized functors

(A quick note on terminology: I use 'generalized functor' to refer to a functor that can be initialized from any callable entity, similar to the definition from Alexandrescu's Modern C++ Design. I use ...
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Counting words in files - follow-up 2

Previous question: Counting words in files - follow-up I have fixed punctuation problems in my previous code by using template, because it is easy to understand and my focus on template mechanism. ...
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Simple mathematical operations (add, sub, mul, div) in C++11 template

I made a simple script to implement basic mathematics operations by using variadic functions. I would like to know if my implementation is correct. The code only works for Visual C++ compiler Nov ...
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Simplifying a class template

I wrote this code over night for a little project that my friend and I have been working on. This class template was created over a year ago during as a class assignment for C++ programming. I ...
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A header-only linear-time C++11 PEG parser generator supporting left-recursion and grammar ambiguity

I've rewritten my original parser generator to a header-only library which uses templates and functionals for better type safety and clarity. The generated parser creates an abstract syntax tree which ...
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Ensure only a single instance of static template class member

I am interacting with a C library, whose documentation states that certain functions are not thread safe. Since its functions deal heterogeneously with multiple types, I have written a template ...
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Object storing and retrieving using wildcard identifier

I'm writing an interpreter for a scripting language which allows objects to: Have an alias Be referenced using a wildcard Contain child objects Combination of all three above For example: ...
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Thread-safe Phoenix Singleton class template with Boost

I've implemented the phoenix-singleton as a class template with boost inspired by Modern C++ Design. The code compiles fine with MSVC 2013 - and it seems to work, but I'm new to multi-threaded ...
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consecutive_find function for returning a consecutive range of elements

consecutive_find() is a function that returns the beginning of a range that contains strictly N consecutive elements. It was part of a SO question that I answered. ...