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Apr
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comment Why is there a new() constraint in C# but no other similar constraint?
Hmm, F# has more advance ways to constrain a type, like checking as compile time if a class has an operator. Perhaps, F# needs a more powerful constraint system than C# due to its very strict type checking. Nonetheless, this language is able to implement a advanced ways to constain class on .Net Framework.
Jul
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answered Am I slow or is this normal?
Jul
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comment Is the “jQuery programming style” a kind of Reactive programming?
jQuery selectors are like XSLT template selectors to be precise, they're CSS Selector + JQuery-specific. Anyway, I agree chained method simulates UNIX piping. My point is that JQuery used existing paradigms to create an elegant way to deal with DOM.
Jul
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comment Is the “jQuery programming style” a kind of Reactive programming?
JQuery = functional paradigm + chained methods. Existing concepts used by J Resig create a library that deals with DOM elegantly
Jun
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revised Isn't GPL enough to make a software free as in free speech?
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Jun
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answered Isn't GPL enough to make a software free as in free speech?
May
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revised Why can't an xml comment contain two hyphens
Removed `a series of ` two hyphens will trigger the error
May
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comment Why can't an xml comment contain two hyphens
Ah, makes sense. --> is actually two tokens, the -- to delimit comment, and > to end SGML instruction. Now, I have an idea on where <![CDATA[ ... ]]> originated.
May
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accepted Why can't an xml comment contain two hyphens
May
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comment Why can't an xml comment contain two hyphens
The section you're referring to. When I read what the SGML specs intended for -- within the comment, my head spins around on the complexity it will introduce later on.
May
17
comment Simple explanation of Continuous Integration
We had a similar story in which we upgraded a custom application built on SP 2003 to SP 2007. Using VSS (yes, VSS :), each developer checked out a portion of their file, coded for a week and two, then when we integrated our code, boom, that when the problem started since our code deviated significantly. We fixed the integration problem for a month, and the project rented a hotel to accommodate those who live very far on weekdays. On that day, I learned to integrate code on a daily basis :-)
May
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comment Why can't an xml comment contain two hyphens
I think --> is the comment delimiter.
May
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comment Why can't an xml comment contain two hyphens
Well, it's that's the only answer, then I have no choice :-(, though there might be better answer than that.
May
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asked Why can't an xml comment contain two hyphens
Apr
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comment Bothering to cater to non-JavaScript clients?
You may take a look on this (stackoverflow.com/questions/863323/…).
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comment Why is Python recommended as an entry level programming language?
@JohnDoDo What difference does it make if, in C# or Java, I decided to convert private fields to public to hack around? BTW, in Python, you can prefix the property with an underscore to make it private (though not really hidden)