Wikipedysta:Adam majewski

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7 Ten wikipedysta edytuje polskojęzyczną Wikibooks od 7 lat, 5 miesięcy i Błąd w wyrażeniu – nieoczekiwany operator < dni.
Obliczono 19 lutego 2017.
pl Polski jest językiem ojczystym tego użytkownika.
en-2 This user can read and write intermediate English.




Witam.

Moja strona domowa ( angielska).

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Przydatne linki

admin - import

spr. - NPA

Przydatne strony[edytuj]

(Skopiowałem ze strony Karola Dąbrowskiego)



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http://www.theiterators.com/technologies/

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git add[edytuj]

git add is a multipurpose command – you use it to begin tracking new files, to stage files, and to do other things like marking merge-conflicted files as resolved. I

git patch[edytuj]

How to contribute your changes (bug fixes, new features, ...):

git checkout master git pull git checkout -b my-new-stuff

  1. edit files, make changes

git add your-changed-files git commit

  1. write a short description, the first line is the most important

git format-patch master

  1. then email the patches as attachments

Try to split each distinct set of changes into different commits (eg: a bug fix in one file and a new feature in another file should be two commits). On the other hand, changes in multiple files for the same bug-fix or feature should be in one commit. Make sure it compiles before you commit, and preferably make sure it runs and does the right things without breaking other stuff.

Alternatively to git format-patch and emailing, make your repository available online. https://gitorious.org has tools for forking repositories and submitting merge requests, though I've not used them much so can't offer any tips.

c[edytuj]

c= 1/4
zf= z = 0.499999996905453  +0.000000000000000 i
z = 0.503446319355695  +0.000195822466591 i
z = 0.501859335396733  +0.000051833858094 i
z = 0.504519704479711  +0.000098150630449 i

funkcje[edytuj]

  • aint(x) returns the integral value between x and 0, nearest x.
  • anint(x) returns the nearest integral value to x, except halfway cases are rounded to the integral value larger in magnitude.
  • Nearest Integer Function = nint(x) converts x into int format rounding to the nearest int value, except halfway cases are rounded to the int value larger in magnitude.