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Aug
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comment How is Delphi going on the market? Is it worth yet to make a project in Delphi?
@JimmyHoffa Fair enough. I've now added the word "experienced".
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revised How is Delphi going on the market? Is it worth yet to make a project in Delphi?
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answered How is Delphi going on the market? Is it worth yet to make a project in Delphi?
Aug
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comment Pros and cons of an HTML/JavaScript only web app
+1 for the concurrency awareness.
Aug
19
comment Drawbacks of using pure html in webforms?
You might consider using a javascript framework, such as BackboneJS, KnockoutJS, Angular, Ember, etc. It might help clean up the javascript. That's the only warning I can give you.
Aug
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comment why is remainder of division, multiplied by divisor ? using operator %
@Rapier That's a nice Wikipedia article for remainders. I've added it to my answer.
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comment why is remainder of division, multiplied by divisor ? using operator %
See also: How Does Modulus Divison Work
Aug
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comment why is remainder of division, multiplied by divisor ? using operator %
@Rapier Does that make more sense? This is basic if conditions and looping.
Aug
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revised why is remainder of division, multiplied by divisor ? using operator %
Holy crap, seriously?
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comment why is remainder of division, multiplied by divisor ? using operator %
@Servy Oh, it can be simplified even farther, but that's exactly why I said "Obviously, that can be simplified but that's the idea spelled out." I knew someone would make some comment. This code is a teaching aid not code I would actually write.
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answered why is remainder of division, multiplied by divisor ? using operator %
Aug
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revised Why is a tooltip's attribute labelled 'title='?
I guess people can't read between the lines. Herpaderp
Aug
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comment Why is a tooltip's attribute labelled 'title='?
Also, the HTML 2.0 specification for the Anchor attribute reflects the earlier drafts quite clearly.
Aug
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comment Why is a tooltip's attribute labelled 'title='?
@JukkaK.Korpela Fair enough, it's only the 1.2 Draft rather than specifications. However, the "title" element and attribute are historical items. The question is "Why?" The answer is "History". Also, the link between the attribute and the tag is very direct TITLE. OPTIONAL. This is informational only. If present the value of this field should equal the value of the TITLE of the document whose address is given by the HREF attribute. (from the 1.2 "draft")
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comment Why is a tooltip's attribute labelled 'title='?
HTML 1.2 Specifications
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answered Why is a tooltip's attribute labelled 'title='?