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awarded  Yearling
Aug
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revised What is the reasoning behind these design choices?
ComboBox -> CommentBox
Aug
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comment What is the reasoning behind these design choices?
I would add that the CommentBox acts as the controller, determining which comments appear in the list and tying that together with the form.
Aug
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suggested suggested edit on What is the reasoning behind these design choices?
Aug
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answered Should an Animal be abstract or allow for instantiation to represent a “general” instance?
Jul
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comment How bad is it calling println() often than concatenating strings together and calling it once?
This is all great analysis so +1 for sure, but I'd argue that once you are committed to console output, these minor performance differences fly out the window. If your program's algorithm runs faster than outputting the results (at this small level of output), you can print each character one-by-one and not notice the difference.
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Excavator
Mar
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revised How do you make people accept code review?
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comment How is localStorage different from indexedDB?
Also, IndexedDB is supported by recent browsers only: IE 10+, Chrome 23+, Firefox 10+, Opera 15+, and Android 4.4+.
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
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comment Good or bad code? Or “a secret reason”?
@ThinksALot - I'm talking about the quotes from the PHP manual. They are unrelated to your answer. The part you wrote yourself is fine; it just looks weird to quote unrelated lines from the manual as reference. See my edit.
Oct
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comment Good or bad code? Or “a secret reason”?
"The require_once statement is identical to require," "The include_once statement...similar to the include statement," and "avoid problems such as function redefinitions." All of these relate to the "once" aspect of require_once and include_once. None of the quoted material addresses the difference between require and include. I'm not saying that your answer is incorrect, only that the parts you quoted are irrelevant.
Oct
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comment Good or bad code? Or “a secret reason”?
You seem to have quoted the differences between xxx_once and xxx but omitted those between require and include.
Aug
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comment Should multi-threading be used for tasks which does not involve IO operation?
@paul - While you could consider UI to be an I/O task because you outputting information and waiting for user input, most of the work time is spent CPU-bound drawing and manipulating UI elements. Typical I/O tasks involved a tiny amount of CPU work to request the I/O and a vast majority of wall clock time waiting for it to complete.
Aug
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revised Should multi-threading be used for tasks which does not involve IO operation?
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Aug
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answered Should multi-threading be used for tasks which does not involve IO operation?
Apr
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answered How can I create a solid business case for upgrading our programmers to 256 GB SSD and 16 GB of RAM?
Apr
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awarded  Organizer
Apr
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revised Cyclomatic Complexity Ranges
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