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Tag: Programming

Well, I’m back

Nearly an year has passed since I last wrote on this blog with a specific plan in mind. There were several articles in the meantime but very few and written because of a moment’s hunch.

I’m back now, even if for a short period of time.

This article is divided into two parts (I’ll try to make them be under 500 words each):

Each of the two parts has a separate page.

Pages: 1 2 3

Mazes (1)

As mentioned previously, I had an assignment which involved constructing a maze from code and letting a robot escape from it. This series won’t follow the second part, it will concentrate on maze specific topics. I will write about maze generation, maze drawing, maze counting and several other aspects. Maybe I’ll touch several properties of the mazes, possibly I’ll write about something like the moments in statistics. Will see where this series will end and what areas will be covered by it.

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A semester of coding

The last semester was a very busy one at my faculty. This is the main reason why I failed to update this blog. However, now that I have free time again, I’ll present some of the coding assignments that I’ve done during the last semester.

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HaCoTeB is dead

A while ago I started a project which promised to make posting code snippets on wordpress.com blogs easy as pie. However, things didn’t worked well in the end.

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Enter HaCoTeB

I am dissatisfied with the WordPress.com code posting capabilities. All of the possible solutions (using the included <code> tag or the included [ code ] plug-in or posting the entire html generated from the code via vim’s TOhtml or via highlight) were incomplete.

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Craft or art?

One of my teachers once said to some of his students: «Your job is both beautiful and cursed». He was referring to the fact that, in Computer Science, one has to always learn something new while being certain that what he learns will become obsolete in a shorter or longer period of time.

However, this is only a partial reason. At least, for the programming part of Computer Science.

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