Imagine a long and complicated process, which is started by calling function foo(). There are several consecutive steps in this process, each of them depending on result of the previous step. The ...
We are dealing with a lot of CRUD operations in our application. Each database table has one or more corresponding SQLContainer instances to perform various types of operations. All of these ...
I'm curious about this because I recall before learning any functional languages, I thought them all horribly, awfully, terribly unreadable. Now that I know Haskell and f#, I find it takes a little ...
I was wondering whether using (almost) empty derived classes to give additional semantics to a class hierarchy was a good idea (or practice) ? Because a (not so short) example is always better than a ...