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revised Any languages use the '=>' and '=<' operators?
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answered Any languages use the '=>' and '=<' operators?
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comment Any languages use the '=>' and '=<' operators?
My guess is that it is because you say "less or equal than" in English, so it is more natural to write the corrisponding symbols on the keyboard.
Aug
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accepted Component based software engineering vs Service Oriented Architecture
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revised Component based software engineering vs Service Oriented Architecture
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comment Component based software engineering vs Service Oriented Architecture
I understand your answer, but I am afraid that you are oversimplifying the concept of SOA.
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comment Java vs PHP Memory / CPU Consumption
I think that if most of them know well PHP and they don't need very high performance, then PHP is the best language for them.
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comment Java vs PHP Memory / CPU Consumption
How about compiling PHP?
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comment Java vs PHP Memory / CPU Consumption
Related questions on StackOveflow: stackoverflow.com/questions/8195023/… stackoverflow.com/questions/1735492/… stackoverflow.com/questions/2482090/… stackoverflow.com/questions/231707/…
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accepted Good design for delegates in a service oriented architecture
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comment Good design for delegates in a service oriented architecture
@fmt.Println.MKO yes, you are right so far.
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comment Good design for delegates in a service oriented architecture
@fmt.Println.MKO now there is just one Delegate Module. In the future there could be two delegate modules. There are many methods for every service. To follow your example, you could have addUser(), findUser(), updateUser(), etc. And also sendMail(), sendBulkMails(), sendMailAndSms().
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asked Good design for delegates in a service oriented architecture
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comment How to run an applet like a desktop application without installing entire JDK?
In that case you don't have to develop an Applet, but a Swing application with a main() method. Applets aren't meant to be standalone applications.
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answered How to run an applet like a desktop application without installing entire JDK?
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answered Should object oriented programming be the first thing students learn?