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comment Need help with PHP editing user details code
You don't need to upload screenshots of text. You can just copy and paste the code. The StackExchange sites are capable of applying syntax highlighting.
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comment Internship guidance, things to consider
@Joe: So you understand then, how this is a pretty subjective question asking about career and education advice, and not a great fit for this site?
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comment Internship guidance, things to consider
...then again, to some people, seeing IBM experience on a resume will earn you extra points immediately.
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comment microsoft visual studio stopped working 2012
@JoelEtherton: ...or possibly the SuperUser stackexchange. I think they used to accept questions like this there, though I haven't been there in a while.
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comment Why should I ever implement structs?
Did you even try to look this up on your own? msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms229017%28v=vs.110%29.aspx ...is there any part of that page which is unclear, that you'd like to ask more complex questions about, which you can't find answers to on your own?
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revised How much pressure should programmers be under?
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comment How to use C to communicate wirelessly
What sort of wireless communication did you have in mind? WiFi? Bluetooth? ...something else?
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comment type name for state machine state (as opposed to other state variables)
My C is a bit rusty. Would it not be possible to reference TSM_READY as a member of the enum, such as case ToasterState.READY: ... That way the code reads without ambiguity so you can lose the "TSM_" prefix. You could also rename stateMachineState to just state. I don't think there would be any problems with that, since it would be used in the context of ptoaster->state, and ptoaster->state = ToasterState.DONE;.
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comment type name for state machine state (as opposed to other state variables)
Maybe you need to post a bit more code so we get the idea of what you're doing?
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comment type name for state machine state (as opposed to other state variables)
Is there a reason that simply using ToasterState wouldn't work? I think the extra verbosity comes from adding -StateMachine- to the name.
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revised type name for state machine state (as opposed to other state variables)
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