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Update: I misunderstood how the app was sideloaded. See my further investigation and I apologise for the wrong blames. Hands down! The usage is legitimate and a perfect example of installation on demand (advertisement). Embarassingly bad is for myself.
I had a maths-related nightmare that (initially) was concerned about counting solutions of a linear equation modulo M with integral coefficients. Though the whole detail of the dream cannot be written down due to privacy reasons, at least I can write a simple introduction on solving this specific problem here. Update: An error in the original solution has been corrected. Another update the same day: The original solution is correct.
A commit to Ant Design, an enterprise-oriented open-source Web UI library by Ant Financial (蚂蚁金服), on 10 September 2018 buried an Easter egg for Christmas, which has caused a heck of havoc since Christmas. This entry also talks about not-so-obvious features in my blog.
As a perfectionist, I have been struggling to have a perfect PIM (personal information management) solution. For the personal part, I currently use (Exchange-based) Outlook.com. For the professional (institutional) part, things have been so hard. This entry records some of the problems I have encountered so far, and for certain ones, a solution. Expect this entry to be a mess and full of complaints.
Sharing data among apps is a common task in modern operating system. Both iOS and Windows Runtime provides central means of transmitting data from one app to another beyond the clipboard. In this entry, I will look at the sharing functionalities in both systems.