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Recent Blog Lessons
- Variable Tab Width, Part I
- Nov 30, 2013 The width represented by the tab character isn't always 8 spaces wide. It can vary. You can write code to prove it.
- Array Zing Hell
- Nov 23, 2013 The first element of an array holds the same address as the array itself. So what's the difference?
- Make a New String On-The-Fly
- Nov 16, 2013 The sprintf() function is a powerful tool you can use to build formatting strings while a program runs.
- Duck-Duck-Goose and Moduluse
- Nov 9, 2013 The modulus operator can be used to slice and dice information, such as a string of text, in a consistent and predictable way.
- Every Other One
- Nov 2, 2013 One good way to understand the modulus operator is to put it to practical use. For example, when paring down random numbers or as a way to skip every nth item in a list.
This Month's Exercise
- Numbers With Commas
- Dec 1, 2013 For your December puzzle you must craft a function that properly formats a number for your human users. This one ain't easy!
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