Microsoft and HackerRank Add a Live Code Editor Into Bing

An anonymous reader writes: Microsoft’s Bing search engine now includes a live code editor, allowing programmers to edit and execute snippets of example code and see the results in real-time. HackerRank announced the new educational tool on their blog, calling it “a streamlined alternative” to Stack Overflow’s sites and programming sites, and sharing a video of the new feature providing results for the search “quick sort Java”. “In addition to learning how a certain algorithm/code is written in a given language, users will also be able to check how the same solution is constructed in a range of other programming languages too,” says Bing’s Group Engineering Manager for UX Features, “providing a Rosetta-stone model for programming languages.”


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