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Mar
22
revised Is there a name for the number of values a variable can take?
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Mar
22
asked Is there a name for the number of values a variable can take?
Feb
27
revised How to write camel case for words like “phonenumber”, “motorcycle”, “wavelength”, etc
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Feb
25
awarded  Good Question
Feb
25
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Feb
25
revised How to write camel case for words like “phonenumber”, “motorcycle”, “wavelength”, etc
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Feb
25
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
24
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Feb
24
revised How to write camel case for words like “phonenumber”, “motorcycle”, “wavelength”, etc
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Feb
24
revised How to write camel case for words like “phonenumber”, “motorcycle”, “wavelength”, etc
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Feb
24
comment How to write camel case for words like “phonenumber”, “motorcycle”, “wavelength”, etc
But phoneNumber looks as wrong as passWord and setUp. Shouldn't it be phonenumber since its a word of its own and not a concatenation like motorcycleColor" or phoneColor` ?
Feb
24
asked How to write camel case for words like “phonenumber”, “motorcycle”, “wavelength”, etc
Feb
22
accepted How to encapsulate method parameters in Java?
Feb
22
revised How to encapsulate method parameters in Java?
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Feb
22
comment How to encapsulate method parameters in Java?
I want to know what is a good Java ADT for a parameter list. If I first have updateMethod(String s1, String s2) and then need one more parameter for a third parameter updateMethod(String s1, String s2, String s3) then its like a varargs and with all strings that would be Map<String, String> or Map<K, V> for any types. So I wonder if I can have just an updateMethod(Map<K, V> map> for any number of parameters of any types.
Feb
22
asked How to encapsulate method parameters in Java?
Feb
17
asked What kind of a test is a “consistency check”?
Feb
14
asked How to properly distinguish between MVC and three-tier?
Feb
13
accepted What did machine code for 4-bit architecture look like?
Feb
6
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