A while ago I talked about a possible project I wanted to try based on a site I saw some years ago. And so here it is.
It is a speech profiler which at the moment allows someone to get word counts, sentence counts, and see visually sentence density. In addition, one can search for certain words and phrases to see occurrence density within that visual representation. Finally, one can compare those numbers and visual representations between multiple speeches.
I plan to at some point add some additional statistic features such as unique word counts, comparisons, and other things as I think of them or get suggestions.
posted by dharh 6:03 PM Mar 18th, 2008 via idt
As you can see the Java implementation of Step 1 of 15 Exercises for Learning a new Programming Language was more complicated than the C# implementation. This was largely due to one factor. You can't poll whether someone is typing from the console in Java.
The second problem is that you can't use a KeyEvent handler in the console, which would the second easiest solution to attempt.
Finally a third problem is that by using an event handler you essentially need to use threading so that the loop doesn't interfere with the handler and you are able to interrupt properly.
If there are better solutions I'd be very interested to see them.
posted by dharh 7:15 PM Feb 10th, 2008 via idt
1. Display series of numbers (1,2,3,4, 5....etc) in an infinite loop. The program should quit if someone hits a specific key (Say ESCAPE key).
posted by dharh 7:13 PM Feb 10th, 2008 via idt
So I saw this page which gives a list of 15 Exercises for Learning a new Programming Language. I thought, this could also be a good way to compare different languages. In that spirit I'm going to do just that and try to complete the list in different popular languages. To start with I will do them in C# and Java.
As it turns out I'm much less familiar with C# than Java so it will also be a learning experience as the original article had intended. You can see the progress in Programming.
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