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I saw on MSE a question about an algorithm in C++ for listing combinations of objects. I unfortunately can't provide you the link because the question has been deleted by the user. Since it is specific to a programmation language it was clear to me that the question should be closed as "off-topic" and moved to StackOverflow. However, the only targets proposed were:

meta.math.stackexchange.com

stats.stackexchange.com

physics.stackexchange.com

I can imagine that there is a good reason why we can't choose any StackExchange platform. Nevertheless, I think we should add StackOverflow because of the (sometimes very close) relationRelation between maths and informatics. can sometimes be very tight, so why Stack Overflow isn't in this list?

I saw on MSE a question about an algorithm in C++ for listing combinations of objects. I unfortunately can't provide you the link because the question has been deleted by the user. Since it is specific to a programmation language it was clear to me that the question should be closed as "off-topic" and moved to StackOverflow. However, the only targets proposed were:

meta.math.stackexchange.com

stats.stackexchange.com

physics.stackexchange.com

I can imagine that there is a good reason why we can't choose any StackExchange platform. Nevertheless, I think we should add StackOverflow because of the (sometimes very close) relation between maths and informatics.

I saw on MSE a question about an algorithm in C++ for listing combinations of objects. I unfortunately can't provide you the link because the question has been deleted by the user. Since it is specific to a programmation language it was clear to me that the question should be closed as "off-topic" and moved to StackOverflow. However, the only targets proposed were:

meta.math.stackexchange.com

stats.stackexchange.com

physics.stackexchange.com

I can imagine that there is a good reason why we can't choose any StackExchange platform. Relation between maths and informatics can sometimes be very tight, so why Stack Overflow isn't in this list?

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