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6 Online Resources for Learning How to Code – For Free! - GoldieBlox

tags: kids, tools, learn, code
Ruby holding laptop

Code is everywhere. Every time you click a link, strike a key, or swipe a card, it’s code that helps the machine you’re using process the information and do what you need it to do. Because code is so ubiquitous these days, it’s becoming more and more important to understand how and why it works.

url: http://blog.goldieblox.com/2015/10/6-online-resources-for-learning-how-to-code-for-free/

type: article, format: blog

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More tools for searching source code

tags: index, search, code, ack

A list of tools like ack and indexing tools like ctags.

url: http://beyondgrep.com/more-tools/

type: none, format: page

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CodeAcross NoVA 2015! Fun Open Data Hackathon - Code for NoVA (Arlington, VA) - Meetup

tags: volunteer, code
Code Across logo

CodeAcross is Code for America’s multi-city civic hacking event that takes place in 50+ locations across the world. Developers, designers, researchers, public servants, policy makers and other concerned citizens work together to improve their communities using the people and power of the web.

url: http://www.meetup.com/Code-for-NoVA/events/219902609/?showAttendance=true&showFullList=no#no

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Code for NoVA | A Code for America Brigade

tags: code, NoVA
Code for America Brigade

Come join developers, designers, data geeks, leaders, and idea-makers who volunteer to help Arlington County, Alexandria City, and Fairfax County governments and civic orgs adopt open web technologies.

url: http://www.codefornova.org/

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Questions and Assumptions

tags: code, C, integer
The code must be in C (otherwise this is a waste of time), Can we assume that the digits are between 0 and 9, or do we need to deal with reading full integers off the command line?
parent post: Stack, Expression Evaluation Challenge
notify me: yes

When you see my example you will be proven wrong. Your example, eh? :) BTW.. Im altering my queue into a stack and omitting my additional challenge of solving an equation. Perhaps if I get bored someday Ill finish the challenge, but (as those of you on SILC know..) Im too frustrated at my waste of time thusfar to continue.
parent post: Stack, Expression Evaluation Challenge
notify me: yes