It seemed a waste to put an I/O board in the system just for one switch closure reading.
Because it is so often abstracted, people don't always make smart choices about selecting and specifying CRCs.
Java doesn't store, calculate, or return the exact representation of the actual floating-point value in some cases.
By keeping Dijkstra's strategy the same, but describing the ranges more consistently, the resulting program is easier to understand.
It is tempting to think of the Arduino IDE as just a text editor that calls the compiler on your behalf, but it does a lot more than that.
Let's examine a programming problem that Edsger Dijkstra calls "the problem of the Dutch national flag."
Depending on the CPU architecture, one of these methods might be faster than the other.
"Points" were originally a way to talk about effort in a dysfunctional (from an agile-planning perspective) environment that focused on time-based rather than priority-based planning.
This week we'll look at a concrete example of how to use reverse iterators.
If you can bring your human intelligence to bear on that small percentage, sometimes it can have big payoffs.