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Trying to conquer the world with U.M.L.


Jul
21
comment Logical grouping of data file rows
Wait. Can be done, like storing in an string. But, that is not good idea. Usually a new list / table is done, and all non similar data is moved to there. Check about Entity-Relationship model ...
Jul
21
comment Logical grouping of data file rows
@Robert Harvey. Right, users are not obligated. Yet, this is a knowledge sharing newsgroup, and, some feedback can help improve learning ...
Jul
21
comment Why does C have no competitors in low level stuff?
I heard that Apple, originally used Object and Class Oriented Pascal ("Mac Pascal") before changing to "Objective C"
Jul
21
comment Why use getters only as opposed to marking things final?
I remember some C-alike language, that support properties with accesor functions, that have syntax different from functions & fields ...
Feb
20
comment What’s the opposite of abstraction?
@jhocking The brakes & the accelerator of a car are opposites, yet, also complements. Cheers.
Feb
12
comment What's the difference between syntax and semantics?
@Keith Thompson: You missed the point. Is a semantics or syntax question, not a C standards question. The standard is right, but, my answer was directed to explain a concept, not, following literally, a standard. It's like a "Captain Kirk" v.s. "Dr Spock" question. Cheers;-)
Oct
23
comment Why don't we store the syntax tree instead of the source code?
@Daniel Albuschat An AST program using simple XML (program with a constant and 2 functions): codepad.org/itUIsFmI
Oct
22
comment Why don't we store the syntax tree instead of the source code?
@Daniel Albuschat I store & load the data of AST in a customized simple XML (XML without attributes) file. So my programs can be done with a text /XML editor, or a GUI, altought, that wasn't the original idea. Haven't used Clang or LLVM, altougth LLVM seems more promising, for progr. lang. design than that GCC, Clang or JVM. The hierarchical nature of XML was good for me to store the AST.
Oct
22
comment Why don't we store the syntax tree instead of the source code?
@Daniel Albuschat I working a pet programming language project.The parser its difficult to implement, so I skip it, for the moment, and made a tool where I show the AST (form with treeview control), & add expressions directly. And can do the opposite, generate the code from the AST.
Mar
15
comment What are your decision critera in C++ to make something a data member or virtual method?
@sdg & David Stone. I should clarify myself, that, conceptually speaking, the developer thinks, "I'm going to use this feature only as data, don't care about methods, operations are delegated to other classes, everthing is public". For, the optimization, part, I work with compilers, and, using "struct" instead of "class, sometimes helps, sometimes not. Cheers.
Feb
19
comment Naming for a class that consumes an iterator pattern
@Chris Marisic : Agree, but, the "aggregator" word seems weird to me.
Jun
21
comment What are some practical uses of the “new” modifier in C# with respect to hiding?
@Joel Etherton: As you may alredy know, sometimes developers have to "pick" others people programming code. And we may not authorized to modify, maybe extend classes. And may require to use both, the previous member & the new one.
Jun
15
comment CodePlex and Google Code Concerns
You mat want to try: Freecode.com
Jun
11
comment What is the order of diagram drawing in a design?
P.S. I added "uml" and "design" tags so other people may look into your question. Besides, many people still use non U.M.L. design & techniques.
Jun
6
comment How do “custom software companies” deal with technical debt?
In real word, its common to have this case. I worked in several companies that, intentionally, sell or rent an intermediate software, with generic modules, that allow some customization.
May
11
comment How to handle repetitive code dealing with object properties?
Are those properties coded by different developers ? are those properties always from objects already defined, or you can change those classes ?
May
1
comment Non-OOP Design Patterns?
Used in J.S. & "pure C": en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Module_pattern
Apr
25
comment How much can you talk about your job experience during an interview
@Coder I understand. I know there is also a culture in each programming language. I work with some PHP, but, program as I was on C#, and people when they see PHP, think: "Bad spaghetti code developer"
Mar
25
comment What makes C so popular in the age of OOP?
@aramis. The second part means: Many code seems to be donde directly in "C", but, actually in other language, and traslated to "C"
Mar
9
comment Help needed with class design and structure
I tried to see other patterns /ideas, but, the Factory Method pattern you mention, sounds like the best.