Bob Stout’s Code Snippets
This is a collection of odds and ends of code fragments. Good place
to look for date and string search stuff. Cute bit count stuff.
Sort & string algorithms
Sedgewick’s Shell Sort
Sedgewick’s shell sort with optimized interval numbers.
Ternary Search Trees
This page covers both Bentley & Sedgewick’s ternary search trees and fast
sort and search algorithms based on ternary search trees. Supposedly they
are faster than hash tables for symbol tables. Also see their
Dr. Dobb’s article.
Code for a comb sort (shell sort?)
Exact string matching algorithms
This has full descriptions of a suite of algorithms for exact string matching.
Borland’s free C++ compiler
Supposedly a good C++ compiler for the PC. Also see
Get started with Borland’s free C/C++ commandline tools.
The comp.lang.c FAQ page
The Ruby scripting language home page
Oingo languages page
Oingo maintains descriptions with links of a large number of languages.
Languages for the Java VM
Various alternate implementations of java and other languages in java.
The Great Computer Language Shootout
This is a big cross-comparison of scripting languages with many test
comparisons. The code in the tests is a good illustration of coding
in the various languages.
Catalog of Free Compilers and Interpreters.
Calc – C-style arbitrary precision calculator
This looks to be a very useful source for bignum code.
An online CM newsletter. It has links to the various CM vendors
The CM newsgroup FAQ
This is the comp.software.config-mgmt newsgroup FAQ. Lots of good links.
CM Tools FAQ
This is the CM tools page of the FAQ. Good links and descriptions but
somewhat out of date.
Problem Management tools FAQ
This the problem management tools page of the FAQ.
Unified Configuration Management
A good site dedicated to info and thoughts about the CM world.
Random number generation
This may be the best random number generator extant.
NIST cryptographic tool kit
This is the random number page in the NIST cryptographic tool kit.
This page was last updated July 22, 2011.