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    A selection of my code for a course/my thesis. The editor is Kate under Kubuntu Linux.

    This part has always seemed nice and colourful to me so I decided I would try to make something of it.

    GT's screenshots & wallpapers, and 26 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. sashimi miso 60 months ago | reply

      i really like the colours and the lighting... takes something ordinary and turns it into something extraordinary.

    2. Riebart 60 months ago | reply

      Thanks very much!

    3. GT's screenshots & wallpapers 54 months ago | reply

      everything's blurred except the part you're currently trying to decypher... I'd say it's got a great 'bug hunting' feel if it wasn't all trivial function calling - get to the code for "compare", then we'll talk =P

    4. Riebart 35 months ago | reply

      A bit late, but this is a handful of lines from a two-thousand line implementation of a red black tree that I wrote that implements both bottom-up and top-down deletion and insertion. It implements it both in an indirect (where each tree node stores a pointer to the data) and direct (where each tree node contains enough space for two void* at its head, followed by the data) data storage mechanisms.

      This code, in particular, is a portion of the verification code used to verify that an RBT satisfies all necessary conditions to be an RBT.

      The source code this is part of can be found here and is part of a high performance, in-memory data storage, search, and manipulation library written by myself and another. The library is MPL 2.0 licensed which is GPL compatible for anyone that wants to use it.

    5. 29 months ago | reply

      Hi, We used your picture to illustrate a story on our news website Thank you for sharing this under CC license!

    6. Science City York 7 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing via CC, we used it here: with attribution

    7. FreelanceMM 6 months ago | reply

      used on

    8. Royale4 5 months ago | reply

      Used on for a school assignment. Thanks for the photo!

    9. Linford Media 4 months ago | reply

      Great Photo! We used it in our site Thanks for sharing via CC.

    10. bobkattusa 4 weeks ago | reply

      Hey Michael. I used your photo as a backdrop for a personal blog post I made about programming. Thanks for the CC share!

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