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comment What architectures are used commonly in php?
+1 just to offset the misguided -1 from @metal_fan: your own despite of Yii (only one of the frameworks mentioned) doesn't support a -1.
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comment What are the downsides of mixing tabs and spaces?
Making an argument for spaces vs tabs based on a web-based markdown editor's issues seems specious. I'm not sure that "a lot of people spend some time editing code in this tool" == "this tool is a code editor" and there certainly aren't any shared code formatting standards across SE members.
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revised In C# what is lifetime or lifespan of constant variable?
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comment is this javascript property defaulting pattern a code smell?
Ah that makes sense, thanks!
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comment is this javascript property defaulting pattern a code smell?
Actually, thisBool is a property on a dynamically created (i.e. not defined as a class) object, and it may or may not exist on the object. Since there's no class I can't use prototypes to default it to true; to be explicit I have to go through the system and find all the "instances" that are passed to the function in question and add thisBool. Question updated to clarify.
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comment In developing a soap client proxy, which return structure is easier to use and more sensible?
Thanks @SteB, that's sort of where I was leaning....
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accepted In developing a soap client proxy, which return structure is easier to use and more sensible?