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===What is CodeCodex?===
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CodeCodex is a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki wiki] for finding and improving code.
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Stop reinventing the wheel.  Use CodeCodex to: <br/>
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[[Image:Check mark.png|20px]] '''Browse''' and use pre-written code. <br/>
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[[Image:Check mark.png|20px]] '''Learn''' new algorithms and methods for common programming tasks. <br/>
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[[Image:Check mark.png|20px]] '''Use''' code in your own projects and submit new code for the community. <br/>
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[[Image:Check mark.png|20px]] '''Improve''' performance of code in the repository and the organization of the library.<br/>
  
==Discussion==
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Never run a code you don't understand, see the [[CodeCodex:General_disclaimer|General disclaimer]].
Nice Concept - Good Luck! If you would like some serious code examples for all of the languages, email us at staff@bpdx.com - www.bpdx.com - we program in over 20 languages - we will trade banner space for labor :-)
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:Interesting, thanks for the info!  I'll consider how adspace should work on codecodex.
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Hi, I found your site useful for a common lisp example (strangely enough, because your site doesn't seem to have much of a lisp base). I volunteer to post any algorithms I implement and other code snippets. You can contact me at thekingoftruth at gmail dot com, if you'd like. Sathya.
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Latest revision as of 09:30, 29 September 2009

What is CodeCodex?[edit]

CodeCodex is a wiki for finding and improving code. Stop reinventing the wheel. Use CodeCodex to:
Check mark.png Browse and use pre-written code.
Check mark.png Learn new algorithms and methods for common programming tasks.
Check mark.png Use code in your own projects and submit new code for the community.
Check mark.png Improve performance of code in the repository and the organization of the library.

Never run a code you don't understand, see the General disclaimer.