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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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revised Class with members that are mutable during creation but immutable afterwards
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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?
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comment Is there any mechanism to make programming language more stable(compatible) for changes?
language stability exclude making any kind of breaking changes. Can you clarify your question?
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comment Why aren't there cherry-pick requests?
related: stackoverflow.com/questions/1241720/…
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accepted In-memory datastore in Haskell
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comment In-memory datastore in Haskell
Thanks for replying! I haven't tested your package but it looks interesting. I will check it later, but based on your post I am ready to believe that it fits my initial goal.
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