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revised Design decisions while porting a non object-oriented C program to Java
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answered Design decisions while porting a non object-oriented C program to Java
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answered When to use generics in interface design
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comment Is the 'finally' portion of a 'try … catch … finally' construct even necessary?
@RobK - And this is the exact functionality of a finalise but with both an extensible flavor and an oop-like mechanism - very expressive and comparable to the finalise mechanism of other languages.
Jan
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comment Is the 'finally' portion of a 'try … catch … finally' construct even necessary?
@Morwenn - Good point. I hinted at it with my reference to Java's finalise but I would prefer not to get into the political arguments around destructors/finalies at this time.
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revised Is the 'finally' portion of a 'try … catch … finally' construct even necessary?
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answered Is the 'finally' portion of a 'try … catch … finally' construct even necessary?
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revised Is it possible to make some methods invisible/non-usable to some classes in Java?
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answered Is it possible to make some methods invisible/non-usable to some classes in Java?
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revised Does it make sense to split up an existing multi-method interface into several single method interfaces just to take advantage of lambdas?
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comment Is it possible to antialias existing lines, circles, text, etc. of a single color?
Whatever applies best to your problem space - try here for some more general ideas.
Sep
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comment Is it possible to antialias existing lines, circles, text, etc. of a single color?
You may be looking for a Convolution - by far the easiest way to implement anti-aliasing.
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revised Does it make sense to split up an existing multi-method interface into several single method interfaces just to take advantage of lambdas?
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revised Does it make sense to split up an existing multi-method interface into several single method interfaces just to take advantage of lambdas?
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revised Does it make sense to split up an existing multi-method interface into several single method interfaces just to take advantage of lambdas?
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answered Does it make sense to split up an existing multi-method interface into several single method interfaces just to take advantage of lambdas?
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answered What can be done when you are the only person to care about consistency?
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comment What's wrong with comments that explain complex code?
BTW - The Has it run yet comment is referring to the Future and indicates that a get() followed by a check against null detects whether the Future has already been run - correctly documenting the intent rather than the process.