This post originated from Lab 1 of course Compilers: Principles that I’m currently taking, in which we were required to write a flex program to parse a subset of the C language. The multiline comment /* */ was the most troublesome to handle for most of us (excluding me, for sure).
Lately I’ve finally received my Raspberry Pi 4 (4 GB model), and I couldn’t resist the temptation to give it a try and see all the improvements that’s been reported for months.
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Last time I wrote an article about NAT traversal using FRP, which has been my personal solution for exposing SSH access of machines behind NAT to the internet for a long time.
A year ago back I wrote an article on automating build & deployment of GitHub Pages website with Travis CI. It’s a great CI service at first, but since Travis CI has completely moved away from containers, speed is a real issue to whoever is concerned. On the other side, CircleCI is continuing...
21 世纪是信息时代，在信息时代中，每个人都有能力去自由地产生、获取、使用和传递信息。而在信息的获取和传递的过程中，计算机互联网是最重要的载体。随着 21 世纪的到来，计算机互联网也走入了家家户户，成为百姓日常生活中不可或缺的基础设施。而随着网络的普及，与其相关的安全事项自然也成为了一个重要话题。
Earlier today I force-pushed to my repository USTC-RV-Chisel for testing purposes, without noticing that my local ref origin/master is 1 commit behind the actual master on GitHub. My friend pushed his work (1 commit) to it, and now it’s lost.