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What program would let me recieve email from bulk accounts? [on hold]

if I made say 1000 gmail accounts, and I wanted to forward in contents of all of them to one inbox, how would this be possible?
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Need suggestion for decision table/filtering implementation

Need SQL suggestion for data filtering. Column count can grow. Decision table A | B | ... | Value ============================= x y ... 1 empty y ... 2 x ...
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0answers
18 views

Unable to get appropriate result from desired variable [on hold]

Can someone help me on this ? I have a problem to get simple analytics of my campaigns. I receive this message: Fatal error: Class 'FacebookAds\Object\AdCampaign' not found in /Users/jordan And my ...
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2answers
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Am I prematurely optimizing?

I'm currently at the design stage of a component-based architecture in c++. My current design includes the usage of features such as std::vectors of std::shared_ptrs to hold the components std::...
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How do I used this template class?

I need help with my beginner c++ stuff. My new comp sci teacher likes to explain the logic of how to solve a problem, then leaves us to figure out the syntax. I was good at CS when it was the other ...
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0answers
7 views

Visual Studio Online CI Builds, Gated Check ins, and process

The background and theory behind my situation So I have this question ... Visual Studio Online CI Builds and Gated Check ins ... but it's also occurred to me that part of my problem may be my ...
1
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2answers
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Defining reusable components while having a specific application in mind

Over the past several months I have learned a lot in software design and practices across several languages and frameworks. To me, the most attractive and useful designs patterns are those that follow ...
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0answers
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Failed to deploy maven arctifacts to BitBucket [on hold]

I am trying to deploy some dependencies in bitbucket, so that I can use them in another project. But it fails during deploy process. Below is my POM.xml file: <project xmlns="http://maven....
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5answers
529 views

Why are if elif else statements virtually never in table format?

if i>0 : return sqrt(i) elif i==0: return 0 else : return 1j * sqrt(-i) VS if i>0: return sqrt(i) elif i==0: return 0 else: return 1j * sqrt(-i) Given the ...
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0answers
73 views

C# Design Patterns

I have a question about what the best design pattern to use would be. I have 2 specific scenarios, the first one fits neatly into a Unit of Work(UoW) pattern. The second is a little bit more fiddly. ...
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0answers
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Code in c++ to compute the time [on hold]

I need a code written in c++ language to compute the time-taken each sorting insertion sort and merge sort with input in dynamic array and the size randomly generated how I can write that ?! If ...
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0answers
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Client uploading hundreds of files each: best approach [on hold]

We have clients needing to upload hundreds of files of ~1MB each over a slow network to a web app. As a general approach, would you recommend using a third-party service and then adding the files to ...
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0answers
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How can I include common strings (regexes) in several projects written in different languages?

I have a simple Go library (~300 lines, mostly type declarations and nice methods and compatibility methods for gomobile etc., also pretty-printing scripts). The heart of the whole project are two ...
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1answer
21 views

Upload file to S3 or save it locally?

I have a web application that allows users to upload files. My application does processing on these files (parsing, modifying metadata, etc). What approach should I follow? Should I save the files ...
0
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1answer
33 views

Including a GPL-licensed library through a CDN

I'm planning to use Flickity in my MIT-licensed open-source JavaScript project. The license for open-source usage is GPL. Can I link the file via a CDN into my project, or is this considered a "...
0
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2answers
71 views

Is there a conceptual 2-bit-input logical operation that does: 0 0 = 0, 0 1 = 1, 1 0 = 0, 1 1 = 0?

Reason: In an LR35902 (the processor in the Game Boy) assembly program of mine, I'm trying to figure out what bits have changed to 1's when comparing A with B, which would need a bitwise operation ...
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0answers
35 views

What four components (at the minimum) are needed to create a fully dynamic web page? [on hold]

what are the four components at minimum are needed to create a fully dynamic web page? I am trying to create a dynamic web page with minimum technologies.
0
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0answers
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Updating class property inside the method vs. returning a value from the method

In a large code base, what is a good practice between: Updating class properties inside the method vs. returning a value from the method and updating the property in the place where the call to the ...
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votes
0answers
18 views

Do I have to learn some actual Python to use Tkinter

I am learning Python to build some Desktop Applications. I am wondering if I have to learn most of Python before using Tkinter with Python for GUI based applications.
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1answer
45 views

Agile User Stories for Deep Thought Machine

If You've seen Hitchiker's guide to the Galaxy, you know that Deep Thought (pictured below) is a machine that was built to compute the meaning of life: Let's imagine that we were tasked with ...
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0answers
16 views

Unable to retrieve facts in a loop in nools

I am trying to retrieve facts in a for loop, coz Im sending differenct array objects to the rules, but when I retrieve, only the first object sent to the engine is retrieve. I dont know why. Here is ...
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1answer
40 views

Memory usage of JavaScript string type with identical values

JavaScript string type is immutable, but does it mean identical strings will share memory? Say two strings are created in complete different places, will a modern JavaScript engine be smart enough to ...
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9answers
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When do we actually use object-oriented programming? [on hold]

I am writing a program in Python, which basically manipulates strings, and I was wondering whether I should do it using OOP principles or not. The client did tell me he doesn't care about the code, he ...
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6answers
2k views

Are private, unguessable URLs equivalent to authentication?

I want to expose a resource on the web. I want to protect this resource - make sure it is only accessible to certain individuals. I could set up some kind of authentication. For example, I could only ...
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0answers
52 views

Generate a unique random 4 digit number from another 4 digit number [on hold]

I have a database that has two columns. The first column is an index, the second is the path to a data file. There are two types of data files, X and Y. These data files are then processed and graphs ...
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0answers
19 views

Selenium Test Design Struture - Test Granularity for a Large Project

Summary I have large Selenium Test project, and I'm struggling with how to manage my test structure in a way that I feel is easily maintainable, scalable, and that provides a good level of test ...
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0answers
18 views

Is there a name for HTTP Request Parameters in a POST that hang on for the ride when not using Cookies?

I've been being doing some JMeter testing, and I've noticed that on the server I'm running it against, it includes a session parameter of course between requests, but also a formID to keep track of ...
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0answers
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How do I split up match-ups into rounds such that each team only plays once in each round?

I have twelve teams represented by integers 0 - 11. Given 24 predetermined match-ups, I need to place the match-ups in 4 rounds such that no team plays twice in the same round. This is similar to a ...
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0answers
11 views

Visual Studio Online CI Builds and Gated Check ins

I'm looking for a way to achieve something like this using VS online ... I have a lot of small solutions in the root of the repo that are structured a bit like ... Foo.sln "/Framework/xxx" "/...
0
votes
1answer
17 views

Adding support for privileges to an ASP.NET MVC application already supporting roles based authorization

I currently have a system where there is a user table, a role table, and a user-roles association table, where one user can be associated to multiple roles (like Admin, BasicUser, etc.). I am able to ...
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0answers
15 views

Error executing stored procedure query in JPA [on hold]

I'm getting a resultset error while trying to fetch data from a stored procedure. Here's the stored procedure: create procedure Proc_Member_Statement @Counter int,@TransDate datetime as declare @...
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votes
0answers
42 views

how to handle conflicts in git in text files?

We started getting a lot of conflicts lately almost exclusively caused by a single file where almost everyone adds a few lines with each commit. Every time, git detects that the same lines are ...
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0answers
24 views

Database Considerations (Loop vs comparison)

I am working on a project where I am provided a CSV file with around 60k records containing printer usage. The CSV file itself has no primary identifier per row (it's an export from another system). ...
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0answers
9 views

MVC Pattern in an SWT Eclipse Plugin

Does anybody have any examples or tips on implementing the MVC pattern in an Eclipse Plugin? The instantiation of the view is handled via the plugin.xml, so I do not see how the MVC can be ...
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vote
1answer
21 views

Where to call OnPropertyChanged

With WPF and MVVM, properties of the ViewModel are bound to UI elements. When a property changes, its set accessor calls OnPropertyChanged which in turn raises the PropertyChanged event of the ...
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votes
3answers
126 views

Which is the best design for callback implementation in C++?

I have a class "Parent". "Parent" class creates an object of class "Child" in my CPP module. The use-case is "Child" has to request for some information from "Parent". This can be done in several ways ...
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votes
0answers
46 views

What is the difference between declaring a variable in same line or declared in separate line [on hold]

int i=5,j; j=++i + ++i + ++i; cout<<i<<j; The result of above code is 8 24 But int i=5; int j=++i + ++i + ++i; cout<<i<<j; The result of above code is 8 21 Why? What is ...
0
votes
0answers
50 views

Why are there (c++) compilers that don't adhere to the standard?

This answer states: Should the compilers follow the the defined language standard? Some compilers explicitly have (and document) extensions to the languages they are implementing. GCC ...
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votes
0answers
14 views

Which is better JSP with JSTL expressions or HTML with JSON. Which is good in performance [on hold]

As a Java Developer, I feel comfortable to use JSTL in JSP. But I read that JSP's are server side components. So, they consume much time to fetch it to the client every time. So I am thinking of ...
0
votes
0answers
16 views

Is it a good idea to store long delimited strings in DOM?

Is it a good idea to keep long strings like base:Regular 1,optional:my_optional_plan,optional:optional_plan_2 in the DOM that could be used later when needed or should the data be brought only ...
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votes
0answers
36 views

C/C++ - allocation variable char * and malloc [on hold]

I have a problem with pointers and allocation memory, because I don't really understand, when I have to allocate memory in my programme. For example: #include <iostream> struct Snack { ...
0
votes
2answers
100 views

Should compilers follow the defined language standard?

Why do some compilers violate the defined language standard? I don't understand, in ISO/IEC 10206:1990 Extended Pascal standard on 6.8.3.2 Arithmetic operators section, Page 86. It says that, A ...
1
vote
1answer
65 views

Loading data from JSON file for one time

I have JSON file which has some hundereds of rows stored like below.. [ { "Id": "1", "Name": "A" }, { "Id": "1", "Name": "A" } ] I am trying to load this into collection of ...
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votes
0answers
28 views

why,where and when to use static variable and static method?

class Student8{ int rollno; String name; static String college ="ITS"; Student8(int r,String n){ rollno = r; name = n; } void display (){System....
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votes
1answer
33 views

software requirement process documentation [on hold]

I m working on project enhancement of a software product and there is a module of HR to be added and this module is to build from scratch right now I m performing my job role as a business analyst ...
2
votes
1answer
42 views

Preserving log of immutable Data Structure changes

I have large and complex immutable data structure (language is F#, but should be applicable to any language really) where I defined a lot of functions making changes and returning new instances of ds ...
-3
votes
0answers
24 views

Making a Call to an API service to Test Service is Up

I would like to build a call to the CallCredit (used by, amongst others, UK Fin Services organizations to validate ID's) service to only test the service is up and running and responsive to 'real' ...
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votes
1answer
28 views

How to Stop a program by pressing a Character input from user in C? [on hold]

// this is my program bt its not working as i want// #include <stdlib.h> int main() { int i,n[1000]; char c[1000]; for (i=1; i<1000 ;i=i+1) { scanf( "%d",&n[i]); ...
1
vote
1answer
92 views

Why did DirectDraw allow developers to directly write to GPU VRAM?

I'm reversing an old DirectX 7 game and I noticed that it sometimes uses Blt and BltFast but at other times, it locks the directdraw surface and directly writes to GPU VRAM. Why did developers take ...
1
vote
0answers
42 views

Why does the last phase of Irving's Stable Roommates Matching work

Pertaining to the Stable Roommates Problem and the algorithm developed by Robert W. Irving. There are two (sometimes broken into three) phases in which we may come to a stable pairing of everyone in ...

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