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Binary Search Algorithm

Algorithm C99

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28

Retrospective: cTune v1.0

C99 cTune Project Retrospectives
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This post looks back at the development of ctune, lessons learned along the way and possible functionalities that could be implemented in the future.

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27

Circular Buffer

C99 Data Structure Linux
circular buffer'

A circular buffer is a really cool fixed-sized FIFO data-structure useful when passing a stream of data from a 'producer' and 'consumer' thread.

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cTune v1.0: Part 3 - Frontstage

C99 cTune Project

ctune is Linux based internet radio stream player for the console entirely written in C. It uses the RadioBrowser API as a source for searching streams and getting station information.

This is part 3 of 3 blog posts detailing the process of designing and implementing cTune's frontend (UI).

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cTune v1.0: Part 2 - Backstage

C99 cTune Project

ctune is Linux based internet radio stream player for the console entirely written in C. It uses the RadioBrowser API as a source for searching streams and getting station information.

This is part 2 of 3 blog posts detailing the process in implementing cTune's backend.

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cTune v1.0: Part 1 - Design

C99 cTune Project

ctune is Linux based internet radio stream player for the console entirely written in C. It uses the RadioBrowser API as a source for searching streams and getting station information.

This is part 1 of 3 blog posts detailing the design philosophy and choices taken for cTune's development.

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23

cTune v1.0 released

C99 cTune Project Releases

ctune is Linux based internet radio stream player for the console entirely written in C. It uses the RadioBrowser API as a source for for searching streams and getting the stations' information.

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22

Indexed search with Javascript

Algorithm Data Structure Javascript

It started with an idea: "Wouldn't it be nice to have a search functionality on my blog?". Sure, nowadays there are many libraries and external sites such as Google offering this in some form or other. But, as far as my personal projects are concerned, I am not one to be satiated with a solution that would likely involve said third party injecting hell-knows-what into my little home-brew site. Even if that was an option it would probably be overkill for what I actually need.

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21

Character encoding primer

Character encoding Notes

On computers where 1 and 0 rule supreme we must have a way to express the human languages in the written format. Do do this there are standards that map characters to numeric values.

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20

Blogator v1.3 released

Blogator Project Releases

New release for Blogator. An option to generate a JSON index of the blog's articles and, optionally the tags/years/authors indices is now available.

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