One can seriously argue about what programming language is the best for data analysis, but there is one universal metric that can define your choice: speed of calculations. Therefore, the word "best" in the title means the languages that lead to most performant applications. If most performant program can also be written in an easy-to-use, easy-to-learn, dynamically-typed…
Added by jwork.ORG on January 26, 2019 at 2:54pm — No Comments
In order to prevent my programs from freezing up while running long calculations, I generally run the calculations on separate threads. In Java, this process can be accomplished by separating the GUI from processing. In the code below, a thread for an instance of MyProcessing would be invoked using start(): e.g. “(new MyProcessing()).start();” would run indefinitely until T is made null. T can be made null by calling stop() or by directly making T null. Often when the GUI is closing, I…Continue
Added by Don Philip Faithful on March 25, 2017 at 9:42am — No Comments
It isn’t too unusual for surveys to contain open-ended questions: respondents would be free to enter their comments in any manner. More on an operational basis, not surveys but rather client systems might hold such comments; and not the respondents themselves but customer service agents would be responsible for entering the information. These same agents would likely classify the nature of the exchange or comments maybe using drop-down menu choices, radials, and check-boxes. One approach…Continue
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The post 'Top programming languages that will be most popular in 2017' was originally posted on the HackerEarth blog.
Which is the most preferred programming language or the top programming languages to learn across the globe? How do we judge it and what should be the criteria?
'By most preferred language, we do…Continue