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Is there an explicit word for non-abstract class?

I got mainly abstract classes in my project and there are a few other class which are using/inheriting them. When I'm writing the documentation I would like to specify that a part of it is just about ...
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Difference between trigger, handler and callback

It's current to see the terms callback, trigger and handler in some API documentations. It is just synonymous or each term correspond to a specific concept? I used to think that this terms are just ...
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Explanation of satellite data from a programmers perspective

I have started reading Part 2 of Introduction to Algorithms and in the section The structure of the data the author/authors says in the context of sorting a sequence of numbers: In practice, the ...
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Programming knowledge vs. programming logic

Is there any difference between the two topics? I have seen companies asking for Good Programming knowledge some Good Programming logic. I have seen this in Job profiles for a developer – for e.g. ...
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What is a Bootstrapper in programming?

I sometimes see the term "Bootstrapper". I saw it last when creating some learning exercises for Prism. I stumbled upon UnityBootstrapper class. My question is: when would you call a class a ...