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Mar
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answered When is it okay to ship a product with a known bug?
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comment Interpreting Others' Source Code
@Matt ad Michael, drive-by-downvoters, not much you can do I guess...
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answered Interpreting Others' Source Code
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24
accepted How important is it that you know the C++ standard?
Feb
14
comment Do you think code is self documenting?
@Steve, I wish that were the case.. <sigh/>
Feb
14
comment How important is it that you know the C++ standard?
@Fred, that's interesting to know, I've always thought cplusplus was a good reference (downside is their source of advertising - which is highly inappropriate!), now I'll have to remember to cross reference with the sgi reference.
Feb
14
comment How important is it that you know the C++ standard?
If I find the language of a book too dry and uninteresting, irrespective of how "essential" the book is, I immediately discard it... as a result, I only own one C++ book, and that is Stroustrup (okay, it's not exactly the most riveting read, but it is "essential"!) :)
Feb
14
comment How important is it that you know the C++ standard?
wow really? I always find online resources such as cplusplus indispensable in this sense...
Feb
14
comment Do you think code is self documenting?
Not sure I get your question, "self documenting code" typically describes well written and easy to understand (the intention of) code, not really related to progress AFAIK... Some developers use this approach rather than commenting code...
Feb
14
comment How would you refactor nested IF Statements?
You only need to tweak your logic and re-organize, return if !Check#1.
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asked How important is it that you know the C++ standard?
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