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reviewed Reopen Would UTF-8 be able to support the inclusion of a vast alien language with millions of new characters?
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reviewed Reopen Why do we need a context class in strategy pattern?
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comment eradicating the array = loop mindset
@JoelFan The way it reads now does sound like a rant though, if you do want to try to get it reopened, or post in the future, you may want to avoid that and try to focus on a specific software-development related question :)
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comment eradicating the array = loop mindset
@JoelFan I'm sorry if I edited the title incorrectly, please feel free to rollback the changes or edit it further. The question did get reopened, however was closed again... too bad because I like answers like explaining why something might have been done a specific way :)
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reviewed Edit Is measuring the binary size of a c++ program a good indication of code complexity? Or something else?
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revised Is measuring the binary size of a c++ program a good indication of code complexity? Or something else?
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reviewed Leave Open implementing an extended interface on a concrete class
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comment eradicating the array = loop mindset
@MichaelT I would disagree, there is usually a good reason for most design patterns that is often not apparent to new developers, or even rare cases where you'd want to use a non-standard code design for a specific situation. I personally have encountered many such cases while learning, and the SE network has helped me greatly in understanding why some patterns are better than others, or in what situations they might be used at all. Often what I would have considered bad design is actually intentional, and serves a purpose. I see no problem with someone asking if they are unsure.
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reviewed Edit and Reopen eradicating the array = loop mindset
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reviewed Reopen Is constantly looking for code examples a sign of a bad developer?
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comment Database fuzzy search concept
@Thismatters I don't have access to the code, but the link in my answer should provide the logic for it. Basically you just want to see how many changes it would take to make one string into the other one, and the fewer changes then the closer they are
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