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HIPPA compliant MBaaS

I will be building an hybrid mobile application with cordova and ionic focused to help register some medical records, so I am looking for and HIPPA compliant mobile backend as a service to use. Do ...
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How to customize wordpress woocommerce?

I am using Wordpress Woocommerce. I am using shipping rate for local delivery and international delivery for shipping calculation. I want to calculate the shipping charge on the basis of states of ...
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How to merge my code with other existing code?

i make some improvements to my friend´s code, now i need to add my code to someone else´s code that hasn´t any documentation nor test functions. How to merge my code with my team´s code without ...
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Are there any built-in PHP caching utilities?

Are there any built-in caching utilities in PHP? I know about ADO and memcache, but both are separate extensions, so are there any others (specifically built in)? The reason being that I'm working ...
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Dijsktra's Algorithm Implmentation : Mice and Maze

This is a simple problem involving Dijkstra's Algorithm to find shortest distance tree rooted at a given vertex. Following is the code that got accepted: #include<iostream> ...
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Which Back-end Web Framework can be used for running 'R' & Python Code: Codeigniter, Django, or Rails?

I am an "old-timer" when when it comes to writing code: BASIC GW through Visual Basic "total--all versions" over 20 years C since 1998 C++ since 1999 (concentrated on OOP for a few years now) Matlab ...
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Best practices for implementing MVVM and MVC in delphi Pascal

I'm a Delphi pascal programmer, I use the latest Embarcadero delphi XE, and I would like to take advantage of design patterns such as Model view controller and model view view-model. However, there ...
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Why does C use the asterisk for pointers?

I'm just now learning about C. I find it odd that the creators chose the asterisk (*) as the symbol for pointers rather than a symbol that actually looks like a pointer (->). Considering how ...
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Notation/Meta Language To Express An Algorithm

I need to learn a notational language, so I can express and possibly prove the correctness of what I believe to be a complicated algorithm that distributes a credit adjustment across multiple water ...
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Avoiding IllegalStateException in MVP when view is not ready yet

In an effort to improve my coding skills I am trying to make use of the MVP pattern in one of my first Android applications. It is going well but I have hit one issue that I am not sure what is the ...
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Uses for System.gc() in Java

In Java, there is a method called System.gc(), which calls the garbage collector (or rather, "suggests" to the JVM to run the GC). Are there valid reasons to call this method? I'm thinking that it ...
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1answer
54 views

Is Chef an appropriate tool to use for application deployment?

We use Chef for both config management (making sure a "DB Node" has the right version of the right DB on it; that an "App Server" has the right version of Java and env vars on it, etc.). as well as ...
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Best approach to relationships in Laravel 4

I have a confusing situation (for me of couse): I need to create a Portal with 'n' modules. This modules have some informations in common, for example: title description date image/photo And ...
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1answer
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Dilemma on This or That for a caching implementation

Ok this may admittedly be more philosophical that definitive, but I've hit kind of a Fork in the Road regarding a caching system in my application. It's a web app, powered by the PHP Framework known ...
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0answers
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Should I use WCF, raw Sockets, or something else to send receive data from a command line app?

I have a command line app, that will be multi-threaded and serve inbound and outbound clients. It will send and receive Binary data structures generated by protobuf.net My question is, how should ...
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How can I use Flask as part of a larger application? [on hold]

I'm developing an application which will use Flask for a web-based interface. It will need to be doing other things in the background simultaneous with the Flask application. I'm not too familiar ...
0
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1answer
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A container only assets in Rails

I have multiple segmented Rails apps that are connected to each other: App A App B App C While I try to keep the design, such as header and footer, to look similar, but each app has its own ...
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1answer
21 views

Persisting overridable configuration keys and values

I'm creating a system where there are config keys and values. So for example: config.key = 10 Is an example of a configuration key and a value. These keys can also have overrides based on ...
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2answers
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how to write unit test for AND logic gate

I'm learning about unit tests, and have a doubt for a test i want to do, to implement an "AND" logic gate A B A^B 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 how can i test for a method that works ...
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Experienced backend programmer(Java);what languages should I learn for frontend [on hold]

I have 4 years of Java experience. Mostly I have worked in backend using Java,liquibase,xml and database. I am looking for new opportunity now; I have notices that there are may jobs in frontend as ...
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how to print a char array using a pointer only? (we don't know the size of the array) [migrated]

I have a function with three parameters: a pointer to a character array (also known as a C-String), and two pointers to specific characters (we will assume that they point to characters in the ...
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1answer
80 views

Implementation of strategy design pattern [on hold]

Here is my code: public class StrategyDemo { public static void main(String[] args) { Phone ipPhone = new IPPhone("1234", "ProviderA"); Phone tdmPhone = new ...
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1answer
89 views

A question about static types

How would you statically type the following JavaScript program function c(str) { c = eval(str); return c(str); } I'm not trying to start a flame war but I'm genuinely curious. I've always ...
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Good tools to generate ODT (OpenOffice.Org) documents [on hold]

My company is looking into exporting data from a web application into more familiar, usable formats. We're evaluating producing ODT (OpenOffice.Org Writer) files and I'm looking for a library to ...
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Is making a small change, testing it, then “rinse and repeat”, a bad habit?

I am a programmer with a number of years of experience. I realized I got a certain habit. I'm not sure whether it's really a bad habit or not. I get a list of tasks to perform for a solution, even ...
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2answers
103 views

Avoiding polling with components

Once you create separate components that need to communicate with each other you enter the realm of systems programming where you have to assume that errors could originate at any step in the process. ...
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1answer
29 views

How to highlight a field that just edited? [on hold]

I developed a simple 2-page of code in classic asp. First page is test.aspthat consisting of list of companies name and with there info in tabular form. all this information of listed companies i ...
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0answers
37 views

Typecasting int to char in printf() in C [migrated]

int *int_pointer = malloc(10); *int_pointer = 53200; printf("The integer at byte #0 is set to: %d \n", (char) *int_pointer); RESULT: -48 So I was just trying this out to see what would happen and ...
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2answers
66 views

When using a programming library for an organization, can it still be a non-profit project? [on hold]

I am currently developing a web-application that is to present data stored in a database. For the presentation there is a request for both presenting this in table format and graph format. The table ...
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0answers
62 views

Are Pascal and Racket obsolete [on hold]

I recently started programming in python using A Byte of Python. I found some old books in my house about introduction to programming. One of them is about learning programming principles in Pascal ...
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1answer
129 views

Java-Like 'throws'-information in method signature C#

From Java I know that the signatures of methods that can throw exceptions contain a throws block, that contains the Exception(s) that might be thrown. In C# there is no such thing and it is also not ...
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3answers
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Executing ajax calls in setTimeout after set intervals?

We develop an application involving a lot of ajax. Such as showing users notifications, updating what they see via ajax while they are on the web page. This update is due to the actions of other users ...
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3answers
194 views

Does the pattern of passing in one object instead of many parameters to a constructor have a name?

If you have a constructor that takes a lot of parameters, like this: public OrgUnitsHalRepresentation(List<OrgUnitSummaryHalRepresentation> orgUnitSummaryHalRepresentationList, int count, ...
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I want to upload multiple images into database [on hold]

I want to store multiple images in database in one column using php. I tried this code <html> <head> <title>more option in shop detail register form </title> </head> ...
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votes
1answer
51 views

How does a stack VM manage with only one stack?

Lately I've been asking a lot of questions here about VMs. Here's another one: I understand that often stack based VMs use only one stack - the call stack - for everything. E.g. it is also used for ...
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31 views

how to disable copy paste option in web page [on hold]

In a particular web site how to disable copy paste option in a particular textbox and body also not allow to access mouse right option?
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votes
3answers
87 views

Open Source-Only license

I want to know if a license exists that is similar to GPL but allows only source distribution (that is no binary distribution). Why do I want this? The idea is that I want fellow programmers to be ...
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votes
1answer
58 views

How should I approach a project? [on hold]

Often, when I start working on a project, I have to choose between two things: code the program and add a layout later first make a layout which does nothing yet and integrate the code with it For ...
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0answers
61 views

What is the legal status of WSDL files and the generated code from it?

I know this is more in the line of legal advice, but maybe somebody still has some insights. It comes actually down two two slightly different questions. The background is that I want to develop an ...
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0answers
57 views

Using Number() vs. parseInt() to do type conversion? Which should I use when?

For type conversion, when should one use the primitive wrapper Number() and when should one use parseInt()? I'm aware that parseInt() allows you to specify a radix, will truncate decimals so that ...
0
votes
2answers
56 views

How do I ensure my site will be crawled when articles are generated by the database?

I wasn't sure how to ask the question. But basically, it's a textbook scenario. I'm working on a site that's article based, but the article information is stored in a database. Then the page is ...
15
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3answers
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Why Increment Pointers?

I just recently started learning C++, and as most people (according to what I have been reading) I'm struggling with pointers. Not in the traditional sense, I understand what they are, and why they ...
0
votes
1answer
75 views

Is fee-splitting/referral fees ethical in the software development industry?

I have a background in the medical field and I was taught to never engage in any fee-splitting (mostly when referring patients) because it would be a breach of fiduciary duty to my patients and ...
0
votes
1answer
77 views

Commercial Apps with an Open Source on github

I am going to be launching a small web service soon and was wondering if it's a good idea to upload the code to a public github repo. The code will not be licensed for commercial use but the public ...
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0answers
5 views

How can I rate or tag files that aren't images in Windows 7? [migrated]

In Windows 7 it is possible to rate images or tag Word-files. Since I'm reading a lot on my computer, I would like to mark pdf files I've already read. The image-rating-option would be great and so ...
0
votes
0answers
8 views

Problem with PHP login [migrated]

I'm trying to code a easy PHP login but I have a problem with the user/password checking. The code is: $host="localhost"; $username="root"; $password="pass"; $base_de_datos="usuarios"; ...
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votes
3answers
214 views

What would the register-machine bytecode for this code look like?

I hope this kind of question isn't off-topic on this site. I'm finally getting the hang of what a stack based machine is, and how to compile code for it. For example, the following code: 2 * 5 + 1 ...
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votes
2answers
85 views

Java object oriented programming style [on hold]

I've noticed that a lot of the code in this java book i'm reading uses methods to execute code instead of directly writing the code in the class. Is that what object oriented programming means or is ...
1
vote
2answers
105 views

How can I figure out if another project is mostly maintenance and bugs?

I started working in a relatively big company that unfortunately has its share of quite a lot of legacy code and I ended up spending an extra ordinary amount of time in maintainance and bug fixes. ...
2
votes
0answers
47 views

Passing Anonymous Type to a Bound Control

Generally speaking, I'm fairly opposed to the use of anonymous types in real-world code (except in LINQ and some other specific scenarios), but I'm looking right now at a situation where I need to ...

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