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asked How does the Python runtime know which object a method is bound to?
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comment How to achieve inheritance when using just modules and vanilla functions in Python?
@KentAnderson: There is a legacy codebase like that and I need to work with it.
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asked How to achieve inheritance when using just modules and vanilla functions in Python?
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accepted How do I refactor a loop that does aggregation while doing it's regular job ?
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asked How do I refactor a loop that does aggregation while doing it's regular job ?
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accepted Is it a good idea to have separate UI components make their own webservice calls?
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asked Is it a good idea to have separate UI components make their own webservice calls?
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asked Is there an algorithm to avoid getting in hundreds of datapoints from API to represent a bar graph?
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asked Why does a lot of Angular source code avoid enclosing the contents of a file in a closure?
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comment Is it a good practice to wrap all primitives and Strings?
@MainMa I asked this question in 2013 and the link you posted has been asked this year.
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comment What is different between the internal design of Java and C++ that lets C++ have multiple inheritance?
Some languages use precedence rules to overcome the diamond problem. Namely Python, Scala. What are your thoughts on this approach ?