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comment Store scores for players and produce a high score list
Wouldn't a Map<int, SortedMap<long, Player>> create issues where 2 players have the same score, on the same level? Won't updating the information for the 2nd player erase the information about the first one (since the inner map key is score value) ?
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comment Why isn't Java used for modern web application development?
I think the issue here is that Java has been somewhat outgunned by other technologies when it comes down to creating strictly the UI part of the web-app. Doing it in JS, with some of the new frameworks (like Angular) is a lot simpler (and more natural) than doing it with Java EE's Web UI technologies (JSP, JSF, etc). On the server-side of a web app, Java still holds strong.
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answered Is template “metaprogramming” in Java a good idea?
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comment Would a “downcast if block” be a reasonable language feature?
@ratchetfreak but couldn't this potentially throw a InvalidCastException ?