Difference between: Opcode, byte code, mnemonics, machine code and assembly

Difference between: Opcode, byte code, mnemonics, machine code and assembly

I am quite new to this. I tried to understand the difference between the mentioned terms in a clear fashion, however, I am still confused. Here is what I have found:In computer assembler (or assembly) language, a mnemonic is an abbreviation

Best IP to Country Database [closed]

Best IP to Country Database [closed]

We've got a requirement in a couple of our systems to detect a user's country based on their IP address. We'd prefer to use a database rather than a Web Service (to prevent issues with downtime/network access to an externally hosted service

Java -> Python?

Java -> Python?

Besides the dynamic nature of Python (and the syntax), what are some of the major features of the Python language that Java doesn't have, and vice versa? 1:List comprehensions. I often find myself filtering/mapping lists, and being able

Call two functions from same onclick [duplicate]

Call two functions from same onclick [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here: How to call multiple JavaScript functions in onclick event? 7 answers HTML & JSHow do I call 2 functions from

Javascript extends class [closed]

Javascript extends class [closed]

What is the right/best way to extend a javascript class so Class B inherits everything from the class A (class B extends A)? 1:Take a look at Simple JavaScript Inheritance and Inheritance Patterns in JavaScript.The simplest method is pro

Shared pointer to an immutable type has value semantics

Shared pointer to an immutable type has value semantics

Sean Parent gave a talk at Going Native 2013 titled Inheritance Is The Base Class of Evil. At 20 minutes, 50 seconds in, he makes the statement that a shared pointer to an immutable (const) type (std::shared_pointer) has value semantics. Wh

Translucent system bars and content margin in KitKat

Translucent system bars and content margin in KitKat

I'm trying to take advantage of the new KitKat translucent system bars, to get a full screen image in the background of my app.I'm having problems figuring out the right settings to get the behaviour I want. Right now I have a ViewPager wit

CoreData and iCloud

CoreData and iCloud

I am developing a core data application and was thinking of adding iCloud support, but after looking around on the web I frequently heard that iCloud+CoreData is unreliable and will often break. Is this true? A book I am reading on the subj

Web API Authentication best practice

Web API Authentication best practice

Which one is the best authentication approach for an Web API, considering that the data security is essential and the ASP.NET application runs on Azure? 1:When dealing with authentication and securing your Web API I recommend you follow

Django with Angular 2

Django with Angular 2

I want to integrate Angular 2 with Django and I have some questions to make.How can I change the interpolation syntax for Angular 2 from {{ }} to (( )) or something like this?How can I add the CSRF token from cookie to every HTTP post?In An

Is it possible to make git svn dcommit result in a single svn commit?

Is it possible to make git svn dcommit result in a single svn commit?

According to the manual, git dcommit “will create a revision in SVN for each commit in git.” But is there a way to avoid multiple Subversion revisions? That is, to have git merge all changes prior to performing the svn commit? 1:If you w

How can I format patch with what I stash away

How can I format patch with what I stash away

In git, I stash away my changes. Is it possible that I can create a patch with what I stash away? And the apply that patch in some other repository (my co-worker's)?I know 'git format-patch -1' but I think that is for what I have committed

Message Queues in Ruby on Rails

Message Queues in Ruby on Rails

What message queues are people using for their Rails apps and what was the driving force behind the decision to choose it. Does the latest Twitter publicity over their in house queue Starling falling down affect any existing design decision

what is the true difference between lemmatization vs stemming?

what is the true difference between lemmatization vs stemming?

When do I use each ?Also...is the NLTK lemmatization dependent upon Parts of Speech?Wouldn't it be more accurate if it was? 1:Short and dense: http://nlp.stanford.edu/IR-book/html/htmledition/stemming-and-lemmatization-1.html The goal o

AngularJS + ASP.NET Web API + ASP.NET MVC Authentication

AngularJS + ASP.NET Web API + ASP.NET MVC Authentication

I am new to AngularJS and trying to evaluate it for my new web application.Requirement:I will have one ASP.NET Web API which will be consumed from an Android, an iPhone and from a web application (ASP.NET MVC) too. ASP.NET Identity will be

How exactly does CMake work?

How exactly does CMake work?

I'm not asking this for just myself. I hope this question will be a reference for the many newbies who like me, found it utterly perplexing about what exactly what was going on behind the scenes when for such a small CMakeLists.txt file cm

How to step into MVC4 source code without building assembly

How to step into MVC4 source code without building assembly

Is there an easy way to step through the MVC 4 source from within my solution?I found this question but the solution requires building the MVC 4 assembly from source. I would think a symbol look up from a server would be preferable but have

How can I test my web site for SQL injection attacks? [closed]

How can I test my web site for SQL injection attacks? [closed]

What automated tools are there? 1:sqlmap: an SQL injection tool sqlmap is an automatic SQL injection tool developed in Python. Its goal is to detect and take advantage of SQL injection vulnerabilities on web applications. Once it de

Is 161803398 A 'Special' Number? Inside of Math.Random()

Is 161803398 A 'Special' Number? Inside of Math.Random()

I suspect the answer is 'Because of Math', but I was hoping someone could give a little more insight at a basic level...I was poking around in the BCL source code today, having a look at how some of the classes I've used before were actuall

rsync exclude according to .gitignore & .hgignore & svn:ignore like --filter=:C

rsync exclude according to .gitignore & .hgignore & svn:ignore like --filter=:C

Rsync includes a nifty option --cvs-exclude to “ignore files in the same way CVS does”, but CVS has been obsolete for years. Is there any way to make it also exclude files which would be ignored by modern version control systems (Git, Mercu

“Hidden Secrets” of the Visual Studio .NET debugger? [closed]

“Hidden Secrets” of the Visual Studio .NET debugger? [closed]

As much as I generally don't like the discussion/subjective posts on SO, I have really come to appreciate the "Hidden Secrets" set of posts that people have put together. They provide a great overview of some commonly missed tools that you

angularjs directive call function specified in attribute and pass an argument to it

angularjs directive call function specified in attribute and pass an argument to it

I want to create a directive that links to an attribute. The attribute specifies the function that should be called on the scope. But I also want to pass an argument to the function that is determined inside the link function.In the link fu

Handling multiple branches in continuous integration

Handling multiple branches in continuous integration

I've been dealing with the problem of scaling CI at my company and at the same time trying to figure out which approach to take when it comes to CI and multiple branches. There is a similar question at stackoverflow, Multiple feature branch

Is there a way to perform “if” in python's lambda

Is there a way to perform “if” in python's lambda

In python 2.6, I want to do:f = lambda x: if x==2 print x else raise Exception()f(2) #should print "2"f(3) #should throw an exceptionThis clearly isn't the syntax. Is it possible to perform an if in lambda and if so how to do it?thanks 1

Visual Studio 2013 and BitBucket

Visual Studio 2013 and BitBucket

Visual Studio 2013 apparently has some nice slick Git integration.However, after an hour of head-scratching with absolutely nothing making even the slightest bit of sense, I've only been able to create a local repository and despite cloning