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Differences in subsetting syntax A data.table is one of several two-dimensional data structures available in R, besides data.frame, matrix and (2D) array. All of these classes use a very similar but not identical syntax for subsetting, the A[rows, cols] schema. Consider the following data stored i...
The use of Matlab Coder sometimes denies the use of some very common functions, if they are not compatible to C++. Relatively often there exist undocumented helper functions, which can be used as replacements. Here is a comprehensive list of supported functions.. And following a collection of alte...
Sometimes you just need a diff to apply using patch. The regular git --diff does not work. Try this instead: git diff --no-prefix > some_file.patch Then somewhere else you can reverse it: patch -p0 < some_file.patch
A C library header can usually be included into a C++ program, since most declarations are valid in both C and C++. For example, consider the following foo.h: typedef struct Foo { int bar; } Foo; Foo make_foo(int); The definition of make_foo is separately compiled and distributed with the...

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