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location Doha, Qatar
age 27
visits member for 3 years, 8 months
seen Apr 10 at 13:31

A mechanical engineer who has dabbled in Perl, MATLAB and LabVIEW.

My programming experience thus far includes solving sparse-matrix heat transfer problems, parsing and processing data files, and coding a generic neural-network Perl program from scratch.

Current fields of interest include data mining with Perl and parallel-processing with GPUs.


Oct
3
comment Why is vimdiff so slow?
It could very well be the reason. How do I disable/enable SSH compression?
Sep
9
comment Why is vimdiff so slow?
@Kevin M : Not that big, 3000 lines max.
Sep
9
comment Why is vimdiff so slow?
@msw : That's my current workaround, but it's still quite laggy in vimdiff mode.
Sep
9
asked Why is vimdiff so slow?
Sep
2
revised Isn't less just more?
edited title
Sep
2
accepted Why doesn't my Bash script recognize aliases?
Sep
2
comment Why doesn't my Bash script recognize aliases?
I placed it in my script, but it's still not working. Same error.
Sep
2
accepted Comparing two files in Vim
Sep
2
asked Why doesn't my Bash script recognize aliases?
Aug
31
accepted Passing an argument to multiple commands in a single line
Aug
31
awarded  Teacher
Aug
30
revised Passing an argument to multiple commands in a single line
edited body
Aug
30
comment Passing an argument to multiple commands in a single line
Not quite what I had in mind, but is an interesting alternative.
Aug
30
comment Comparing two files in Vim
Is there a way to lock scrolling between the two windows?
Aug
30
asked Comparing two files in Vim
Aug
30
revised Passing an argument to multiple commands in a single line
edited title
Aug
30
asked Passing an argument to multiple commands in a single line
Aug
30
answered Grab certain contents of a file
Aug
22
accepted How can I apply caret-substitution to my nth-last command?
Aug
22
comment How can I apply caret-substitution to my nth-last command?
This is pretty much what I'm after, though the title may suggest otherwise (didn't know about the :s modifier!). Thanks a bunch.