While browsing several social media platforms, I find this vote button in favor, which shows an ambiguous count of the things mentioned above.
Is there a name for such a pattern?
Hi, I'm stuck in an ambiguous grammar exercise. I need an example that shows that this grammar is ambiguous.
S -> aT | bR
R -> a | aS | bRR
T -> b | bS | ATT
issue: I need to name the log files in such a way that the file name is not ambiguous.
My initial solution was to move from the largest to the smallest unit with zero padding in each unit …
In the previous example, you could assume that everything is filled with zeros and a 24-hour clock, so the record was recorded on …
2019-12-05 13: 57: 04.0042
Adding some characters could make the file name even more readable in this way …
Ambiguity arises when the hours are less than
One could also assume that the record was written "super early on Valentine's day" or "Around lunchtime on Valentine's Day"
Is there any way to name the log file, so it is impossible to assume the wrong timestamp?
(The shorter the name of the file, the better, but you can assume that there is no limit to the length of the file name)
All I can think about is this, but maybe someone else has a more concise solution …