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comment Why do so few languages with a variable-type 'operator' exist?
not sure if I understand the question correctly, but Swift allows overriding existing and defining new operators. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…
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answered Is it a good practice to use List of Enums?
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comment Does a Form describing JSON “Standard” exist?
schemata are a way to define standards. I ask if there is something like a "standard"
Dec
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comment Does a Form describing JSON “Standard” exist?
I don't want to render a html site client side. I want to avoid html.
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comment Some advice in open sourcing objective-c code?
Without the licensing it should be ok, and questions about licenses will always be to broad/off-topic at stackoverflow.
Nov
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comment Some advice in open sourcing objective-c code?
@awfullyjohn I think, 0x8badf00d is referring to the licensing. This cannot only fill a complete book, but make the living of many lawyers.
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comment What natural language has the advantage when it comes to programming?
@Randall Schulz: U got me ;) I always mix up the term sex and gender...
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comment What natural language has the advantage when it comes to programming?
@Frank Shearer: time to learn smalltalk!
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