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awarded  Yearling
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comment What exactly does the condition in the MIT license imply?
With the final clause, the copyright notice must be shipped with the software, so it makes no difference that it is just binaries, you still need to include it.
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accepted Is this a good example of open recursion?
Feb
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comment Is this a good example of open recursion?
Yes - brilliant, I missed the super call. So the flow would be b.loop... if(counter==1)... super.loop->a.loop... Sysoutprint... counter++... this.loop->b.loop...
Feb
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comment Is this a good example of open recursion?
@delnan - can you explain in an answer? I didn't think open recursion required a traditional recursive call to the same methods - just to other methods via this or self and that may not be defined on the same class, but potentially on a sub class.
Feb
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comment Is this a good example of open recursion?
I don't think I understand you example. In your example, new A().loop() will continually call the loop method on A. new b().loop() will call the loop method once on B. There is no point in here where the call would be dispatched to a super or sub class?
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asked Is this a good example of open recursion?
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answered What exactly does the condition in the MIT license imply?
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comment What is the motivation behind TypeScript?
TypeScript is statically typed, not strongly-typed.
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comment Test Driven Development Code Order
+1 These three steps are also known as "Red-Green-Refactor".
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answered Clever PHP Application Organization Structures?
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comment Does a time estimate equal a promise in Scrum?
@RyanCromwell - that is the difference between an estimate and a commitment. If you estimate things, there should be an understanding that they make more time, or less time. If you commit to completing a piece of work then you should understand that it is your professional reputation at stake.