>> std::sort is fully generic over all containers with guarenteed O(nlog(n)) time complexity.
>> Sorts linked lists in O(n^2log(n) time) because it expects a random access iterator.
Why is the STL so utterly terrible? It's not actually generic by any means, but at the same time it cripples itself on so many points by not including functions that aren't "generic", yet none of the functions in that library even come close to being as generic as your typical Haskell function. Often you end up having to reimplement basic functionality, because the STL's standard function to do this is utterly retarded and unsafe.
Most of the STL "generic" functions actually only work well on a single special case, and are either unsafe or perform poorly on everything else, and the "genericness" of the function is a red herring. Or they fail spectacularily for Vector<Bool>.
OPs Back Edition:
/Cyb/er/sec/urity general is for the discussion of anything and everything related to cyberpunk and cybersecurity.
What is cyberpunk?
Nothing to hide? - The importance of a cyberpunk mindset applied to a cybersecurity skillset.
Harden your OS, reroute your DNS and fire up the VPN!
Shit just got real: - Looking for more resources, help is welcomed.
The Old Skool: - Looking for more resources, help is welcomed.
>0ld 5k00l h4ck3rz: http://18.104.22.168/~gbpprorg/#40
>#/g/punk - Requires SSL
>#/g/sec - Requires SSL
Suggestions for new resources are welcome.
The Gentoomen /sec/ community is looking for CTF team members, contact them at the IRC channel.
Sorry about that, I got caught up in some real life drama so the updated pasta is a thread belayed.
I'll be posting it once this one has died.
Thank you for your support and cooperation and a special thanks who ever took over OP for me on: >>61621447
Is there anything better than the Cowon Plenue D in the sub $200 price range? Anyone here that has one?
I've got one, it replaced my Fiio X1 first gen (which still works fine, I just wanted something smaller).
God tier battery life, great combination of tactile controls and touch functionality, great sound (I think it's better than the X1, but it could just be placebo). Would recommend.
Because my phone is an iPhone with limited storage and I like having a separate device. I still have and use a Zune 120GB but I'm looking for an upgrade.
Sounds good. Do you know the max micro sd storage size it can handle? Is it at least 128GB?
Hey guys so I went to work today and forgot my CPU fan, and I wanted to do some stuff in blender.
Does this look bad to you?
it's ok I'm using a white board to fan it and keep it cool
Redpill me on Java.
It is one of the few programming languages I know and it is, in my opinion, the most enjoyable and powerful of the ones I am familiar with. Please tell me why you all seem to hate it, genuine question, if it's shit I want to know.
Made a website in an hour yesterday
Go ahead and ruin it
I'm not gonna lie systemd is pretty useful. And it follows the unix philosophy of make one simple program rather than two complicated ones
>it follows the unix philosophy of make one simple program rather than two complicated ones
>tfw the Associated Press got rid of their rss feeds
Anyone know any good news source for rss?
>implying rss isn't still amazing
This mentality is actually why AP is getting rid of their rss. They're moving everything to some new twitter or normiebook shit. Newfags please go
Is there a browser that meets the following?
*No botnet (or could be disabled)
*customizable (security, aesthetic, addons)
*wont break with winshit 8's high contrast themes
*doesnt have a built in non disableable botnet ffs
Asking for a friend
goodbye my lover
Screenfetch / neofetch / desktop thread, none around. Let's see what there is. It's also a thinly-veiled attempt at seeing how long it is till the regulars show up.
How good is this fitness tracker? Any users to share an experience?
I've got one. Basic rundown:
> recording of both my steps and distance tallies with my gf's fitbit, so it seems accurate
> battery lasts for 3-4 weeks on a charge, which is much longer than my gf's fitbit
> wear it in the shower with no problems, which my gf can't do with her fitbit
> I'm not entirely convinced by the heart rate monitor
Overall I'm hugely impressed for 15GBP. I might buy another now just in case this one stops working or anything.
There might be a MiBand 3 coming out sometime, but I'm not 100% sure about the release date.
In my experiences the battery lasts 2 weeks approximately. Also when the bands accuracy changed a lot over the course of my ownership. (About 1 year.) However firmware updates have fixed that. Those are the only 2 hang ups, everything else is great.
I have access to these computers through my school, they're all i7 920s. What kind of interesting stuff can I do with them? Preferably some sort of distributed computing or VM type stuff, how can I make one manage all the rest?
I'm so fucking done with this POS cuckware. Should I switch to Brave?
Honestly your call here, not sure what this has to do with us.