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comment Need advise on javascript and php
It would be a good start if you learnt to follow basic instructions. You admit you knew this was off-topic, yet you posted it anyway. I think arguing the finer points of career decisions and technical education is moot until you sort out these life fundamentals. Good luck.
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comment Is pure RESTful required for Angular JS / Backend running on same web server?
I think the crux of this problem comes down to the following statement: "I am trying to design as RESTful as possible" Can you explain why that is? The answer to your question is likely follow on from your explanation.
Feb
8
comment What is missing in my (mis)understanding of OOP?
This question has been closed as "too broad". Ironic as it is in fact too narrow. It is a yes or no question.
Feb
8
comment Any reason to continue using plain strings in ES2015?
Shows how much I know about "modern" ES ... I had no idea it could interpolate variables.
Feb
7
comment Standalone tool for code review that outputs a document of common format
Send them a text file.
Feb
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comment Is it possible to move a pointer from one item to another on the stack?
@ScottWhitlock: No, that would be wrong.
Feb
5
comment Is it possible to move a pointer from one item to another on the stack?
Ugh @ interview questions like this.
Feb
4
comment What is benefit that a compiler is implemented in the same language it compiles?
@MetaFight: It's still better than not doing that. Why wait for someone else to find out that you fundamentally broke the implementation of loops in your most recent check in? You have some source code right there that you can test it with right away!
Feb
4
comment Code size overhead by including unnecessarily extra header files
@gnat: What's the point? As you've already pointed out, other languages don't have headers. So how could the OP possibly be asking about them? This question is completely clear; please stop searching so hard for reasons to close and downvote questions.
Feb
4
comment Code size overhead by including unnecessarily extra header files
@gnat: What are you talking about? There are no header files in either Visual Basic or Java, and the question makes no reference to either language.
Feb
4
comment Code size overhead by including unnecessarily extra header files
Well this is my point - something like what my comment says could benefit the answer. But it would have to be in the answer, as comments are not part of answers but transient, temporary critiques and whatnot. Just a thought; you don't have to use it. Have a nice day
Feb
4
comment Code size overhead by including unnecessarily extra header files
Might be worth pointing out as a caveat that headers can autonomously "execute" things, but it's not a condition for my upvote :)
Feb
4
comment Code size overhead by including unnecessarily extra header files
@gnat: Seems pretty clear to me. If you don't know the answer then you don't have to write one.
Feb
4
comment Code size overhead by including unnecessarily extra header files
Well, technically including a header could completely ruin the performance of your program whether you go out of your way to name one its symbols or not. /* sillyheader.hpp */ struct Silly { Silly() { std::thread([]{ while (true) {} }); } }; static Silly s; Just sayin' ;)
Feb
4
comment Individual developer in a big company
@corso: You're not an individual in this context. You are working on behalf of a giant company. And even if you weren't you still wouldn't be working on "your own" applications. This is obviously not private use.
Feb
4
answered Is this an appropriate code structure, or is there a better one?
Feb
4
comment Report test failures “all at once”, or report them one by one
"trying to integrate a crime system" That sounds like fun.
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Jan
31
comment Best approach to avoid duplication of code meant to run on windows/iOS/Android devices?
programmers.stackexchange.com/q/171408/17853?