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Sep
4
comment Best way to handle nulls in Java?
@AndresF. it isn't silently correcting a null pointer, it is returning a safe value for an invocation that could be damaging to the system.
Sep
4
comment Best way to handle nulls in Java?
@AndresF. asserts only work if you enable them
Jan
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May
14
comment Standard Java Error Reporting
@DavidWallace edited my answer.
May
14
comment Standard Java Error Reporting
@DavidWallace so you want to completely lose an audit trail?
May
14
answered Standard Java Error Reporting
Jan
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Aug
29
comment Empirical evidence for choice of programming paradigm to address a problem
@GrahamLee see my update
Aug
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revised Empirical evidence for choice of programming paradigm to address a problem
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Aug
29
answered Empirical evidence for choice of programming paradigm to address a problem
Jul
7
comment Is committing/checking in code everyday a good practice?
@che actually this would still apply to DVCS
Jun
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Apr
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answered Populate fields or return object
Apr
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comment Is the phrase “never reinvent the wheel” suitable for students?
@MichaelKjörling only a Sith deals in absolutes
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Dec
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comment Is it ethical to use personal code at work?
A lot of companies try this it is impossible to enforce, on account of almost every contract also states you cannot sue your employer.
Dec
4
comment Given a set of VLSI chips, how do I determine which are good?
@Caleb it is implied by the question we can only tell if both chips are good or bad. Meaning that there will be no result in the event that there is one of each. Therefore when both are good the machine returns good and when both are bad the machine returns bad.