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Setting global parameters: is this a reasonable use of const_cast and volatile?

I have a program that I run repeatedly with various parameter sets. Different parameters are used in different parts of the program (including different source files). The same parameter may also be ...
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Storing session in a static variable?

I'm currently checking a older piece of C# code used to maintain a login session. public static ZRWebserviceSession CurrentSession { get { return _currSession; } set { _currSession = value; } } ...
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Global variables in javascript

I don't consider myself a highly skilled javascript developer, but I thought I got one thing right for sure: don't create global variables unless you really have to. I've been learning angularjs ...
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Dependency injection for request variables in a web application

I'm working a PHP 5.5/MySQL web application. If a class depends partly on some global GET and POST variables for its members, should I just refer to them directly from within the class, or should I ...
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Use a global variable, a singleton, or something else

Preface: I am working in PHP (Abandon hope all ye who enter here). Background: There exists a large set of global functions in PHP, a number of which are miscellaneous system calls, like sleep (and ...
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messaging class and global state

This is a front end project that is using socket.io for all communication with the server. This allows for push which is good, but recently we have been asked to provide a pause button. The pause ...
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Is using a global to maintain the currently logged in user bad practice?

I'm doing some android development in a relatively inexperienced group, and all of the data used by our application is managed in a database. There are several instances where we'll need to pull info ...
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idea mapping with global state [closed]

I need to map ideas to ideas to ideas to ideas (four in total, semantically, and a fifth one-to-one): the state is global it can change over time I'm writing the module from scratch Here's my ...
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In Ruby, change global in thread safe block

In Ruby, I have a use case for a few common configuration options, e.g. NOOP, TRACE, SILENT. Right now I am using local vars instead of globals and passing them around all over the place and it's a ...
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Replacing static classes with global state to a series of POJOs, beginning to feel like an anti-pattern

I'm trying to refactor some code, and one of the major changes is to remove the (ab)use of static classes to give global state. I've tried to split up some of the 'global state' functionality with ...
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How to provide a ubiquitous object without including it in every parameter list

I'm writing a small C++ class, Block, to transform serialized data into a memory structure, and supply the structured data to callers through several accessor methods. I've tried to keep its scope ...
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Strategies for removing register_globals from a file

I have a file (or rather, a list of about 100 files) in my website's repository that is still requiring the use of register_globals and other nastiness (like custom error reporting, etc) because the ...