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Which data structure will be most appropriate to represent a sparse array?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 31-Oct-12 20:16pm    
So, C or C++? Did you ever heard they are different languages? :-)
rupeshkp728 1-Nov-12 1:46am    
Well if you do not want to reply then pls do not reply such non related and useless answers.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 1-Nov-12 2:02am    
This is just rude. Please, let me decide where to comment and where not to comment, deal?

Please, if you don't want to fix apparent incorrectness in your question, who do you thing would be the looser? After all, you want to get some answers, and people would rather answer correct questions, because they don't want to loose there time. I hope I explained how my comment is useful (even though I'm not obliged to do that), didn't I.

Please, be considerate to people and attend to their post, and people will help you; not that much if you behave aggressively. :-)
rupeshkp728 1-Nov-12 3:01am    
I wanted some data structure to be used and not C++ CLASS and so I wrote C data structure. I had checked on net and most of them used C++ class and so I asked the question.
I felt your reply "Did you ever heard they are different languages?" some what offensive and so was my reply.
Nothing rudeness in that.

Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 1-Nov-12 3:44am    
Well, well... And still no clarification C or C++? No wonder you feel offended...

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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 31-Oct-12 20:16pm    
Well, fair enough, my 5. It's helpful because it hints on what's the best to do, instead of asking such questions.
Andreas Gieriet 1-Nov-12 1:51am    
Hello Sergey,
thanks for your 5!
I wonder why many posters don't try the obvious - maybe they seak for a tailored ready-to-use solution...
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 1-Nov-12 2:06am    
Yes, they seek... Well, sometime it makes me feel seek. :-)
Just look at yet another rude comment, in the comments to the question... by the way, during last weeks I observer more and more member accounts getting disabled -- I think you understand why... :-)

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