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Oct
25
comment Why the ugly keywords in C11?
@Scooter - Vorac indicated he didn't like it. So I suggest he not use it.
Sep
3
comment What is the legality of making a mobile app version of an existing card or board game?
@NSouth - An acceptable Stackexchange website does not exist for this topic.
Aug
22
comment C# inherit from a class in a different DLL
What do you think your doing when your building a Win32 Form, WPF Window, ect? You might want to read more about C# itself.
Aug
19
comment Is hashing of just “username + password” as safe as salted hashing
Just hashing password with a salt is no longer secure. Please research the proper solutions to protect a password.
Aug
19
comment Prevent product key from being used on multiple virtual machines
@NahumLitvin - As already suggested. There already exists solutions for the problem you describe. It might not be a perfect solution but thats what you get if you want to support stand-alone virtual machines.
Aug
13
comment Can I use all JetBrains software after purchase
@Kaspar - they are seperate products. Its like asking if a Office license gives you the ability to run Visual Studio.
Aug
6
comment When using Visual Studio 2012 do you have to use the drag and drop system?
You can design anything in C# without an editor. If you want to do everything by hand, feel free, add a single control then investigate what modifications VS actually makes to understand what modifications are required.
Jul
30
comment Chasing DirectX versions
What instability? DX10, DX11, and DX11.2 are all stable after you make the intial move. You shouldn't have to rewrite anything DX11 contains DX9 compatability within it. If you want to use the new functions that something else entirely.
Jul
20
awarded  Deputy
Jul
18
comment Building software with version numbers
This is the proper way to do things. Have multiple jobs.
Jul
7
comment Is reading+modifying existing code better than making your own?
You have to understand the code. If you use it without understanding it, when it doesn't work, you will be given a wierd look when you can't fix the code yuo "wrote"
Jul
1
comment Going through The C Programming Language K&R in Visual Studio
@AdamZuckerman - Which was sort of my point. C++ can compile C syle C++ code. People often do not understand that simple fact. Actually you also made this mistake. VC++ has two compilers one is a C compiler and the other is a C++ compiler. Your right the managed code is typically called C++/CLI
Jul
1
comment Going through The C Programming Language K&R in Visual Studio
I don't agree that C++ extends C because the two languages have diverged by miles C++ is really a replacement to C additionally VSC++ is also managed
Jun
30
comment Structuring a storage system for a game
The simple solution. A player has a tab also, one tab, then you can use the same method to handle the player inventory and bank inventory.
Jun
24
comment C# server side application 100 GB dataset + Garbage Collection
@DocBrown - You win. I have deleted what I thought was helpful information.
Jun
24
comment Standard ways of revoking user access to a site
Clearing the cookie isn't required if all content is witin a container which checks for authorization to view the content before content is even displayed.
Jun
20
comment Why was C# made with “new” and “virtual+override” keywords unlike Java?
downvote issued because the question has been updated to an entirely new question.
Jun
18
comment Why was C# made with “new” and “virtual+override” keywords unlike Java?
There are times you want to override the method and times when you don't. There are times when you want to override the method and do something entirely different or do something additional. This is the reason C# virtual works the way it does. You decide exactly how that method should work.
Jun
16
awarded  Custodian
May
23
comment Was classical BASIC ever used for commercial software development, and if so, how were limitations overcome?
I maintain about 100 different BASIC applications. They are used every single day. Have been used daily for almost 15 years.