LiteratePrograms talk:Articles found using search engines
Neat! It's encouraging to see that at least a couple of people must've reached programs that I added and found what they were looking for. Fredrik 16:00, 30 May 2006 (PDT)
- More than a couple - Fibonacci numbers (Python) is a fairly big hit, with 19 hits, and Pi with Machin's formula (Python) has 25. Several of those really were looking for how to do just what that article describes. I wonder if these should be automatically printed on the talk page or something. Keep up the good work. :-) Deco 16:20, 30 May 2006 (PDT)
I find it interesting that the majority of the hits are for C programs. I wonder what the reason for that is: lots of people looking for C programs? Very few other C examples online? Something else? I agree with Fredrik that it's encouraging to see that people might actually be getting some use out of these articles :-) --Allan McInnes (talk) 16:43, 30 May 2006 (PDT)
- I actually expected to see more hits for C++ programs than C programs. One possible explanation is that many of these people are students, and many classes use C as a language for teaching programming (for some godforsaken reason). I base this on the fact that the topics are the sort that come up in introductory data structures classes. It might also just be that we got a lot of C programs. Deco 17:21, 30 May 2006 (PDT)
 Last week?
According to the page, last week was December 23 to December 29. However, according to my watch, we have Februar 21 (just started :-)). Did I miss some calendar reform? ;-) --Ce 14:58, 20 February 2007 (PST)hijackerhijacker