User talk:Ruediger Hanke
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Hi Ruediger, welcome from me too. I noticed your excellent contribution to Turing machine simulator (Scheme). Scheme syntax highlighting was just added, so I worked out a few quirks with that. I hope you'll stay and continue to contribute in Scheme and perhaps in other languages. Welcome. Deco 17:28, 5 March 2006 (PST)
- Thank you! I've been a believer in Literate Programming for years, so when I saw the announcement of your wiki on LtU I immediately knew I had to contribute to this :). I certainly will continue to write articles for your wiki. Ruediger Hanke 15:07, 6 March 2006 (PST)
Hi Ruediger. Just in case you didn't notice at Singly linked list (C Plus Plus) (I guess you left just as I was completing the changes) I modified the singly-linked list class to no longer invalidate any iterators (except of course for an iterator pointing to an element being removed). This is much the same interface as SGI's implementation except that I left insert and erase out, since it's conventional in STL to not include expensive operations. I guess they did this so it would support the same interface as std::list, but any algorithm trying to use this interface would be slow, so I think they're best left out. What do you think? Also, I used this article as the basis for a new article Unrolled linked list (C Plus Plus) which I think will be interesting. Deco 13:28, 23 March 2006 (PST)
- Hi, don't worry, I've noticed - I did look at all your changes and in fact I browse the entire "recent changes" list of the wiki at least once a day. It's all fine with me. I think we finally came up with good choices in the spirit of the STL. I would have raised my voice if I would not have considered it ok ;).