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location Germany
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Programming languages:

  • C++/Qt
  • PHP

To-Do list:

 ☑ Write a parser for a programming language of my choice
 ☐ Write a compiler for a programming language of my choice
 ☐ Write a linux kernel module
 ☐ Write an operating system


Dec
20
awarded  Supporter
Dec
20
comment Day of week {0-7} in crontab has 8 options, but we have only 7 days in a week
@HagenvonEitzen I remember the joke differently: There are 10 kinds of people, those who understand binary and those who don't. -- Also: There are 2 kinds of people: (1.) those who start counting with 1, (1.) those who start with 0.
Jan
17
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
29
awarded  Excavator
Oct
29
awarded  Editor
Oct
29
revised listing packages in Debian, a la `dpkg -l`, but including the package origin/source
Nicer view of the output code (avoiding line breaks)
Oct
29
suggested suggested edit on listing packages in Debian, a la `dpkg -l`, but including the package origin/source
Mar
20
comment Terminal charset / font
To be more specific, I code in C++ and have access to termios and stuff... Maybe I can set the encoding of the underlying console manually?
Mar
20
comment Terminal charset / font
Yeah, I already feared that I dont get proper unicode support in the terminal... But thanks for the IBM code page link, I searched for this but didn't know what to search for. I think these characters are enough. I do not want to support only the linux terminal but I want to support it too. Can you tell me how I can use the IBM 437 chars using unicode? The unicode characters I mentioned don't get "converted" automatically. (They are properly displayed in a graphical console (I use gnome-terminal with unicode).) Is there any way of supporting both console types?
Mar
20
awarded  Scholar
Mar
20
accepted Terminal charset / font
Mar
19
awarded  Student
Mar
19
asked Terminal charset / font