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Apr
9
asked What's the opposite of primitive?
Mar
26
asked Changing a design later down the track seems time consuming for its value
Mar
24
accepted How do I unit test a heuristic algorithm?
Mar
18
revised Is there a name for classes that only contain variables (and getters and setters)?
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Mar
18
asked Is there a name for classes that only contain variables (and getters and setters)?
Mar
8
comment My value checker function needs to return both a boolean and a message
Why is an interface necessary?
Mar
8
accepted My value checker function needs to return both a boolean and a message
Mar
2
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
22
asked My value checker function needs to return both a boolean and a message
Jan
23
comment Should I use exceptions to control the range of parameters in Python?
I guess what I'm getting at, is that it seems inconvenient to have a bunch of exception statements at the start of every method.
Jan
23
comment Should I use exceptions to control the range of parameters in Python?
@Rufflewind Not using exceptions at all?
Jan
23
asked Should I use exceptions to control the range of parameters in Python?
Jan
1
comment How do I unit test a heuristic algorithm?
Can you perhaps provide a suggestion for testing how you would determine that a route is valid?
Jan
1
asked How do I unit test a heuristic algorithm?
Nov
26
awarded  Yearling
Sep
10
comment Should an object query its owner?
@JonathanEunice Fixed.
Sep
10
revised Should an object query its owner?
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Sep
5
revised Should an object query its owner?
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Sep
5
asked Should an object query its owner?
Sep
5
asked Should I store x,y coordinates as an array, a class object, or two variables?