Tag: C

The Inconsistencies of PHP

Posted on June 12, 2011 in General

Over the past few months I've come to love the Ruby programming language for many reasons. After using this language for a while and having a blast of a time, when I came back to PHP, I found it disgusting. I used to love the language; my tastes of syntax have definitely changed, but one thing that really bugged me as I examined PHP closer, is its inconsistencies. As you can tell by the title,...

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ASCII Code Manipulation

Posted on May 12, 2011 in Tutorials

While inspecting the ASCII table a little while ago, I noticed some interesting patterns in it, which can be used for string manipulation. It's important to understand the ASCII table, because it's the base of most encodings. Note I'll be using C-like syntax in my examples, but I won't be taking advantage of C's characters, which convert stuff like 'a' into 97 (a's ASCII code). An Introduction For those who don't know what much about...

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Unix Utils

Posted on March 18, 2011 in Projects

I've opened up a new repository on GitHub called unix-utils. This repository is to be host for the utility commands for the terminal I "have/might/will" make. Currently it only contains one, which is called strlen. Since I've already written about in the README, I'll point you over there for more information.

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