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comment GPLv3 + commercial license on the same project?
answer in duplicate question covers this, explaining that copyright holder "...can license the code any which way you want, again and again and again. You could license it as GPL, and then have a client ask for a license for the MS-Pl for one of their projects, and then license it again under BSD..."
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reviewed Approve Is using data generated using AGPL-v3 licensed code considered distribution?
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comment Receiving udp packets from two remote machines
Failure to migrate indicates possibility of a question block at SO. Do not post off-topic content on a site in an attempt to circumvent a block on another site. This is not an appropriate question here - if you wish to get out of the block on Stack Overflow, please read the linked article that appears on the block message. You know, this one.
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comment how to use MessageBox in C# , i tried to used its button parameter
this is an outright off-topic, totally ignoring what Programmers is about. Why didn't you ask at Stack Overflow, are you question blocked there? meta.stackexchange.com/a/129632/165773
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comment Build an updatable agent for inventory tool
recommended reading: Where to start
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comment which is a better practice one method that does everything or a series of different methods?
Sharing your research helps everyone. Tell us what you've tried and why it didn’t meet your needs. This demonstrates that you’ve taken the time to try to help yourself, it saves us from reiterating obvious answers, and most of all it helps you get a more specific and relevant answer. Also see How to Ask
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comment Proper way to refactor multiple if based conditions
possible duplicate of How to tackle a 'branched' arrow head anti-pattern?
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comment How to create user defined conditional statements in c?
why didn't you ask at Stack Overflow? meta.stackexchange.com/a/129632/165773
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comment Database properties as Interface Constants in PHP
please don't cross-post: stackoverflow.com/questions/28161532/…
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comment Types of Intermediate Representations
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is an opinion poll: "What did you like about it, and what annoyed you?"
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revised How to manage a large list of distinct numbers
clarification copied into post from comments
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comment Turn on gzip on nginx, upstream (nodejs) or both?
meta.stackoverflow.com/a/258433/839601
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reviewed Looks OK When should a private method take the public route to access private data?
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comment Is it possible to make some methods invisible/non-usable to some classes in Java?
did you consider cutting down usage by something like this? public final /*prevent override*/ WhateverReturnType thisSetter() { throw new UnsupportedOperationException(); /*prevent usage*/ }
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reviewed Leave Closed How to program GUI applications in python without additional modules
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revised Pattern for checking online service availability
deleted 28 characters in body; edited tags
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comment What do you do when a client requires Rich Text Editing on their website?
question was recently bumped by a low quality answer (converted to this comment since). After that, readers discovered that the part about editor attracted quite a bunch of low quality stuff; three other answers were voted down and deleted
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comment Unified Driver model for low speed and high speed microcontrollers with limited and good memory
please don't cross-post: electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/150915/…
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comment haskell - are tuples defined recursively?
would you mind explaining more on what this resource does and why do you recommend it as answering the question asked? "Link-only answers" are not quite welcome at Stack Exchange
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comment Do you prefer conciseness or readability in your code?
possible duplicate of How would you know if you've written readable and easily maintainable code?