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Mar
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comment Why is it bad to write something in language X as if you're writing a program in language Y in terms of using a shared coding paradigm
"I know proper RAII means safeguarding against nullpointers" -- You know what's more dangerous than not knowing? Not knowing and believe to know. The RAII acronym means "Resource Acquisition Is Initialization" and is an idiom to manage allocation and deallocation of objects or, in a more general sense, resource management. RAII can theoretically be applied even to resources that are not dealt with with pointers (such as VBOs in OpenGL). So yeah, just wanted you to know that, even though RAII can be often seen next to pointers, they are definitely two different things.
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answered to teach or not to teach GUI for beginners in CS
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comment Is this kind of Design by Contract useless?
Yep, the thinking part is obliviously necessary but it seems unreal to prove correct a program of million of lines of code. Yet, I agree that this way of programming can get handy in the future.
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comment Is this kind of Design by Contract useless?
@DeadMG, we are doing C++ but not the plus-plus part (classes and stuff)...
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asked Is this kind of Design by Contract useless?
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comment Can you learn OO programming without procedural?
For non-pure OOP language such as PHP you cannot do that.
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