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comment CSS vs codebehind, if I have to do part of the style in codebehind, should I do all of it there?
This is actually what I ended up doing. Setting the width in the code and rest of styling in css with comments in both places explaining it
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accepted CSS vs codebehind, if I have to do part of the style in codebehind, should I do all of it there?
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comment CSS vs codebehind, if I have to do part of the style in codebehind, should I do all of it there?
I mean just the styling for that one object, not the entire site. Added some clarificatio to the question
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revised CSS vs codebehind, if I have to do part of the style in codebehind, should I do all of it there?
clarification
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comment CSS vs codebehind, if I have to do part of the style in codebehind, should I do all of it there?
@gbjbaanb Yes, it is a bug in .Net
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asked CSS vs codebehind, if I have to do part of the style in codebehind, should I do all of it there?
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comment Should you create a boolean function that does the opposite of an existing function just so its purpose is clear?
Don't know who down voted you or why, but you get an upvote from me. While it still doesn't seem to make sense to me, if it is common practice in the language you are using, then it would make sense to at least consider it for consistency's sake.
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accepted Should you create a boolean function that does the opposite of an existing function just so its purpose is clear?
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comment Should you create a boolean function that does the opposite of an existing function just so its purpose is clear?
I still don't see how !InSet is any less clear than NotInSet. Also, I've never used Ruby so I may be completely misreading this, but "unless NotInSet" seems much LESS clear than "if InSet"
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asked Should you create a boolean function that does the opposite of an existing function just so its purpose is clear?
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comment Stored Procedures a bad practice at one of worlds largest IT software consulting firms?
Maybe I'm missing something, but if you are going to have to change the stored procedures because of switching databases, are you going to have to change the code just as much if you don't use stored procedures?
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