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外围体育投注I have a list of numbers that are like book index, e.g. 600 610 611, ... mean chapter 6, 6.1, and 6.1.1, ... respectively, and I'd like to make a tree as a dictionary like this {600:[610, 620], 610:[611, 612]}. I'm thinking of doing it recursively by dividing it into smaller units then find the parent node: divide the book into chapters, then e.g. in chapter 6 divide into (600), (610, 611, 612, 613), (620, 621, 622), ... so we will have 600 as the parent node, then divide (610, 611, ...) into (610), (611), (612), (613), .... and 610 will be the parent node. This step would be the base case and so dic[610]=[611, 612] and go backward. However, I don't know how to implement it or even if doing it this way is right. Can you give me some advice or point to some resources. Sorry if I don't explain the problem well.

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I’ve noticed a lot of successful people in this field, I would even say the majority, majored in EE or EE/CS before getting there PhDs in CS or working in ML. Why is this? To me, the best majors for ML would be CS/Physics/Math. Seeing all these EE majors has me considering it, but I’m not big on working hands on with stuff (more of an algo type)

外围体育投注What am I missing?

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外围体育投注This might not be the best sub to post this, but I really want to do this if it's possible.

I am thinking about writing a program that gets executed if I enter a certain key combination while my computer is turned off. So for example, I want my program to delete my SSD when I click alt + D, so that I'd be able to erase my disk if my computer crashes or something.

What do I need to know to be able to make such a program? I know that all programs on my laptop are on top of my OS. I probably need to make a partition for the program and some way to make the alt + D launch the program.

外围体育投注Another problem: I've written a couple of programs that interact with the SSD before (read/write files), and I've used system calls to achieve that. I have no idea how would I be able to achieve that without system calls.

And do I need some sort of verification to access another partition on my disk?

Any help?

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Posted by12 hours ago

So my noob question here:

Ended up getting a lot of traction and had me wondering...

What would be the examples of what each language is primarily used for or what languages go together usually in creation of certain things?

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外围体育投注I'm a senior in hs applying to colleges currently and I like aspects from both CE and CS but not all of one. I really like bioinformatics, machine learning, AI, I've done some cybersecurity which is kind of interesting and I think I'm okay at coding in general. I also like circuitry and hands-on engineering. I have experience in all these things and biomedical robotics also interests me a LOT (I would need ECE or CE program probably for this since I don't want to apply to a major like BME or EE because they have very limited career opportunities) however that's the only thing I don't have experience in.

In CS I'm not really interested in how programming languages work and the computational math behind it but in CE I'm not interested in building computers either. I'm scared that if I do CS I'll just be stuck coding which I can do but I don't think I would enjoy only that. In CE I'm scared I will get stuck in too much of the building hardware side and not get to explore my Machine Learning and AI interests.

外围体育投注I have some schools I want to apply to rn like UMD, Georgia Tech, Cornell, some other ivies but I'm still looking for schools which is hard because I'm not fully sure about the major. If someone could help me decide if CS or CE seems like a better fit (maybe even recommend some schools :D) that would be so helpful.

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