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Dec
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comment Should one derive / inherit from std::exception?
@SuperJedi224 and all those different letters! English is weird.
Dec
10
answered Why is PHP so frequently used on web servers?
Oct
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Oct
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comment Is Node.js a framework?
Isn't the embedded v8 the runtime? ;-)
Sep
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Mar
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comment Alternative to goto-statement in this case?
The first idea abuses the while/break language feature, goto can be considered more explicit and cleaner in such a case.
Mar
22
comment Open source License that doesn't require credit
Well, if I claim that this is my software, by not crediting the original source I might "misrepresent" the source.
Mar
4
comment Web software license for redistribution by our customer
You can invent any licensing scheme you want, while a lawyer might be useful so what you write is what you mean. You should mind licenses of third-party tools though ...
Feb
26
comment VCS a Vagrant box
You don't have to copy the machine ... you might boot it via network.
Feb
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Feb
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Feb
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reviewed Approve What do polynomial algorithms entail?
Jan
21
comment Where does the Liskov Substitution Principle generally lie in different constructor parameter lists?
I'd say LSP talks about properties of objects, the constructor however is called while bringing the object into existence and isn't part of "property provable about objects" ... but others might have better supported answers :-)
Dec
5
comment Forks of MIT licensed projects
C might have removed all of A's parts from B thus C might not contain stuff copyrighted by A anymore. But that's quite a specific case. It's most likely an oversight of C, not any kind of bad intention.
Oct
21
comment Moving old desktop application to a robust platform
Have you considered making it a web application instead of desktop tool?
Sep
29
comment Illustrate Meaning of : gcc -g programName.c
@ratchetfreak it doesn't really prevnt reverse enginieering, maybe it adds a tiny bit of work, but there's still enough info in the binary and good tools ...
Sep
29
comment Illustrate Meaning of : gcc -g programName.c
Have you read the manual or did any other research, yet?
Sep
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