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comment Are side-effects in Array's “every”, or “some” bad?
@Isaac Alright, sorry for the delay, I understand your situation more clearly now. I'll edit my answer to add some stuff.
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answered Are side-effects in Array's “every”, or “some” bad?
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comment Generating different combinations from a list of muscles
I'm truly sorry, but I don't understand at all what you're saying :-/ I've seen my share of buzz-word mash-ups as a software engineering student, but I can't make sense of this for the life of me.
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comment Generating different combinations from a list of muscles
I don't mean to be rude, but you might want to get a design pattern books off your shelf once again. The Observer pattern has just about nothing to do with this situation. Also, maintaining those HashSets seem like even more trouble than a gigantic switch statement.
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comment Having 2 Initialize Paragraphs in 1 COBOL program
Designing a COBOL program, as in writing new COBOL, not merely maintaining it? Poor you... :(
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comment Is it relevant to warn about truncating real constants to 32 bits?
@quickly_now The phrase "Note that float foo = [const] is not the same thing as float foo = [double variable], where requiring the cast seems normal to me." seems to be generalizable to what you're discussing here. The question is about constants/numeric literals, not variable expressions on the right-hand side.
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comment What is the standard for naming variables and why?
Especially with good autocompletion. Self-documenting code ftw!