I'm currently studying for a computer science exam, and I've come across a concept that has me somewhat stumped. When one types a key on the keyboard, an ASCII character is transmitted to the CPU. ...
Getting layout right (even if only a structure is considered) with HTML5/CSS3 is still more like an art or black magic. On the other hand, there are other GUI systems (like wxWindows and Tcl/Tk) and ...
Mostly I am interested in characters 32 through 126 (space, special characters, numbers, and upper and lower case letters) but the others would be good to know as well, especially the del, backspace, ...
IPv6 addresses in the form of 862A:7373:3386:BF1F:8D77:D3D2:220F:D7E0 are much harder to memorize or even transcribe than the 4 octets of IPv4. There have been ...
I was trying to write some simple code for a "flow layout" manager and what I came up with initially was something like the following (semi-pseudocode): ...
(this is related to my other question, see here) I would like to write a function that scores a given arrangement of windows on a screen. The purpose of this function is to determine whether a ...
(this is related to my other question, see here) Imagine a screen, with 3 windows on it: I'd like to find an efficient data structure to represent this, while supporting these actions: return a ...
How to devise an algorithm to arrange (resizable) windows on the screen to cover as much space as possible?
I would like to write a simple program that accepts a set of windows (width+height) and the screen resolution and outputs an arrangement of those windows on the screen such that the windows take the ...