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revised Inserting HTML code with jquery
An incorrect edit made my answer wrong.
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answered The problems with Avoiding Smurf Naming classes with namespaces
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comment Is relying on implicit argument conversion considered dangerous?
Yeah, I just threw the code together to test out some of the gcc compiler options (which it doesn't look like there are any to address this particular case). I didn't look much further into it (I'm supposed to be working :-) but given gcc's adherence to the standard and the use of the explicit keyword a compiler option was probably deemed unnecessary.
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answered Is relying on implicit argument conversion considered dangerous?
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revised Prevent developers from using constants
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comment Prevent developers from using constants
Right. But there's no way for the compiler to know the difference between which hard coded constant is good and which hard coded constant is bad.
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answered Prevent developers from using constants
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comment Flow Chart - While Loops process
I would use consistent naming throughout. If a "frame" is more descriptive of what the data is I'd call it "frame" and forget the term "block" ever existed.
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comment Flow Chart - While Loops process
It looks more correct to me. I can see each block/frame being processed without exiting prematurely. As @JohnR says in his comment though, there could be a better distinction between what a block and a frame is (if they are not the same thing).
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answered Flow Chart - While Loops process
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comment You're hired to fix a small bug for a security-intensive site. Looking at the code, it's filled with security holes. What do you do?
The attacker could use the exploit to get the information on the structure of the database. No SQL injection vulnerability should ever be downplayed.
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answered You're hired to fix a small bug for a security-intensive site. Looking at the code, it's filled with security holes. What do you do?
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