Linked Questions

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What's the point of voting on "questions"?

On this site (code-review), the best questions sometimes contain the worst possible code. I'm not the only one who noticed this. On any other code-related SE site, questions with code that causes ...
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4answers
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What exactly does it mean for code to be "Working Code"?

Why is it that Code Review's definition of "working code" is so misaligned with so many people's expectations? @rolfl Well, we've had a lot of discussion about broken code on meta, but we ...
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5answers
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Questions about interfaces, protocols, and APIs

Are questions about interfaces/protocols and APIs on-topic for Code Review? And when I say "protocol", I mean this in the Objective-C/Swift (and potentially other languages) version of the word, ...
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7answers
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"Code not yet written" clarification: Are unimplemented interfaces on- or off-topic?

I would like to know what exactly it means. The reason for asking is my question which was recently put on hold: https://codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/60108/async-task-queue-design Can ...
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3answers
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Reviewing AI based on how it performs

On Code Golf is is common to see a king-of-the-hill question where you have to implement an AI based on the rules given in the question. So then I got to thinking - "If I developed an AI for one of ...
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2answers
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Are Monte Carlo algorithms off-topic by definition?

One of the key requirements for posting here is working code to the best of our knowledge Where working means that the code compiles and returns correct results. Where does that put Monte Carlo ...
6
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1answer
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Is this slow-loading images question off-topic?

This question was closed for asking for code to be written, but I think it is really asking how to speed up the loading of images, which I would think is performance related, which is something that ...
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1answer
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Reviewing code while alluding to a design question

Wells, for the nth time... https://codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/61319/good-io-library-design Copying my comment in verbatim, with extra emphasis: Wells this is the really really grey ...
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0answers
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Are questions that ask *not* to offer readability/style/structure advice, on topic? [duplicate]

The question in question: A platform-independent implementation of "which" in Ruby The OP has rather specifically asked that people not talk about how to improve the readability of the code ...
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Are design questions (with actual code) on-topic? [duplicate]

Suppose I'm working on a particular module in my software. I have a proposed design (possibly already implemented or prototyped) that I want feedback on in a tangible format, such as a Java ...