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Sep
5
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
25
accepted Does inserting/removing random characters in a string count as cryptography?
Jun
25
comment Does inserting/removing random characters in a string count as cryptography?
If I repeatedly encode something in base 64 over and over, that's still encoding?
Jun
25
asked Does inserting/removing random characters in a string count as cryptography?
May
31
comment How to refactor my design, if it seems to require multiple inheritance?
@Djizeus: Yes, exactly.
May
31
asked How to refactor my design, if it seems to require multiple inheritance?
May
5
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
21
awarded  Yearling
Jan
2
accepted Why do some projects have getters and setters for public instance variables?
Jan
2
comment Why do some projects have getters and setters for public instance variables?
I found something! In a question I made long ago, someone commented this: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/176876/…. Apparently it is faster to modify public variables, specially in games. Since this is a game framework, this might be a reason?
Jan
2
asked Why do some projects have getters and setters for public instance variables?
Dec
17
accepted What to do if my own opensource code greatly resembles another project's code?
Dec
17
comment What to do if my own opensource code greatly resembles another project's code?
I just noticed that their class implements a feature I didn't even think of. Now I want to implement that too, and it will probably look almost the same as theirs. I guess it would still be fine, the "inspiration" factor?
Dec
17
asked What to do if my own opensource code greatly resembles another project's code?
Nov
22
awarded  Quorum
Nov
21
revised How is it called when you define constants that simply refer to a large namespace?
edited title
Nov
21
comment How is it called when you define constants that simply refer to a large namespace?
@GlenH7: Thanks, I ended up choosing the Meta one. You can find it here: meta.programmers.stackexchange.com/q/6296/13833
Nov
21
accepted How is it called when you define constants that simply refer to a large namespace?
Nov
20
comment How is it called when you define constants that simply refer to a large namespace?
@gnat: Additionally, why would this question be wrong if questions like this other one are fine? The asker describes perfectly fine the concept (so did I), and he is asking what is it called like (so am I). In fact, it seems to me like the answers to that one question are guesses. Unless I am missing the bigger picture here, I feel like this question is as appropriate (or more) than that one.