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Jun
27
comment Passing central objects around or having global instances?
And how can I reasonable handle the passing around of several of my central objects through deeply nested call graphs? (or is this an indication of bad code design?)
Jun
27
asked Passing central objects around or having global instances?
Jun
25
comment Is there a benefit in compiling your code as you go along?
I use ReSharper to do this automatically for me.
May
22
awarded  Informed
Dec
24
comment Why is the copying instruction usually named MOV?
Wikipedia says: "The word move for this operation is, strictly speaking, a misnomer: it has little to do with the physical concept of moving an object from A to B, with place A then becoming empty; a MOV instead makes a copy of the state of the object at A and overwrites the old state of B in this process. This is reflected in some other assembly languages by using words like load, store or copy instead of move.".
Dec
24
awarded  Suffrage
Dec
24
awarded  Vox Populi
Sep
10
comment How to lock a script or web application to be used for the licenced user?
ionCube Encoder was hell of a software to me. I had to use it once for a shop system I purchased. Since then I hate it with great passion. My conclusion would be to not make your customers hate you. Personally I've seen way to much bad software being over-protective. We make a good living with a nearly-not-protected software, we sell. "Content is king".
Feb
26
awarded  Constituent
Feb
26
awarded  Caucus
Nov
21
revised Idea of an algorithm to detect a website's navigation structure?
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Nov
21
comment Idea of an algorithm to detect a website's navigation structure?
Just for the records: Probably I'll should recurse not in a deep-first manner but rather in a breadth-first manner to get a more balanced navigation structure.
Nov
21
accepted Idea of an algorithm to detect a website's navigation structure?
Nov
21
comment Idea of an algorithm to detect a website's navigation structure?
That seems just too simply but quite valid :-) So I'll give it a shot! Thanks for pushing me in the right direction!
Nov
21
awarded  Commentator
Nov
21
comment Idea of an algorithm to detect a website's navigation structure?
@RobertHarvey Thanks! Actually, I do use C# :-)
Nov
21
comment Idea of an algorithm to detect a website's navigation structure?
So basically, you would start at the root page, and simply parse links as you go and treat every link inside a page simply as a child page?
Nov
21
awarded  Editor
Nov
21
comment Idea of an algorithm to detect a website's navigation structure?
@RobertHarvey In my mind, I cannot come up with a tree but rather with an unstructured web of cross-linking pages. How would I detect which are root pages and which are child pages, etc.?
Nov
21
revised Idea of an algorithm to detect a website's navigation structure?
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