Is there a newsgroup specifically focusing on "algorithm" discussion?

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> > > Is there a newsgroup specifically focusing on "algorithm" discussion?

> > comp.theory might be what you want.

> > (It's funny how comp.theory seems to focus solely on algorithms and

> > computation, as if other fields of CS didn't have any theory...)

> Thanks a lot...

> It's really interesting that when I try to find newsgroups with "algorithms"

> in title I found only "comp.graphics.algorithms"...

> I think I don't want to ask about graphics and I only want algorithms,..

> Now I know where should I post my questions...

First off, please don't top-post. I've rearranged your comments. (The

complaint's a little {*filter*}for comp.lang.misc, but I bet you'd annoy a

lot of people real quick, top-posting in comp.theory.)

Second, I'm willing to bet that you would find more help in

comp.programming, which is a general programming group, than in

comp.theory, which is a much more academically oriented group.

Unless you *are* looking for someone to review your proof of P=NP...

but from your grammar, I'm guessing you have a question about how

to make a Fibonacci tree in Pascal or something. :)

HTH,

-Arthur