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May
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accepted How does garbage collection compare to reference counting?
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asked How does garbage collection compare to reference counting?
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awarded  Good Question
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awarded  Inquisitive
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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accepted To what extent can impact analysis of a code change be automated?
Dec
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asked To what extent can impact analysis of a code change be automated?
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comment Am really a developer or just a good googler?
i just have to say - this is interesting to me. it's a result of a fully connected and (thanks to Google) fully indexed world. I don't see anything wrong with skillfully assembling readily searchable chunks - just don't call yourself a developer because you can't fix them and you can't make them work differently. The world might need a new name for you! :)
Nov
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asked Why do functional programs have a correlation between compilation success and correctness?
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comment What drawbacks are there to condition-based scope?
+1 for the initializer.... Nice
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awarded  Curious
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comment What drawbacks are there to condition-based scope?
great answer! thank you.
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accepted What drawbacks are there to condition-based scope?
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comment What drawbacks are there to condition-based scope?
good points. but still, it makes inlining cross cutting concerns a bit cleaner, if that's what you've decided to do. effectively, it's like putting an overlay on the code, bounded by that condition. i can imagine an editor's collapsing function to make them both open and close at the same time.