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comment automatic database fill up in sql script tests
I agree with this solution but it means that someone will have to create a first version of this script that will have to fix all the issue that already exist today.
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comment automatic database fill up in sql script tests
We are already doing what you describe. The issue is that the test db does not contains enough data for the test to be relevant. I want to find a way to fill it up automatically.
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comment Replacing C with JavaScript as an introductory programming language
@JeffKranenburg although if your course is project oriented, building an interactive webpage can be a good motivation. But it requires a lot of knowledge (html, css, http) in order to get anything useful so it might be a bit though for total beginners.
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answered Replacing C with JavaScript as an introductory programming language
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comment Class with members that are mutable during creation but immutable afterwards
Could you edit your question to clarify what is your problem/question?
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comment standard format to describe opening schedules
Thanks! It is not standard, but I like your suggestion!
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comment standard format to describe opening schedules
@ratchetfreak Non technical people will fill the data. Then offline scripts will be used to generate json documents used in a web application.
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comment Saving an object via a method of its own or via another class?
@amon in this case, the details on how to serialize/save an object can be expressed with annotations. If you don't want to save a given field, you should have a [SerializeIgnore] or \@SerializeIgnore annotation. Then, you have a serialization service to change this object in a json encoded string or whatever.
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comment Handling the process of large-scale lists
Tosum up your questions: when should I use recursion? what data structure should I use? when should I resort to serializing my data to the disk? All three questions are good, but are hard to answer with the stackoverflow format.
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answered Is there any mechanism to make programming language more stable(compatible) for changes?