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comment Is there any algorithm pattern to protect any content in the web to ensure I am the first one who created it?
There are date-times embedded in the block headers in bitcoin... although they are not enforced by the protocol, they are generally trusted to be at least "ballpark" accurate (i.e. well within 1 day accuracy)... it's also possible to inspect the entire blockchain from the block in question until today to make sure the date-times are monotonically increasing
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comment Why did Swift not include a decimal type
@Telastyn, so when using whole cents, is all you have to add simply 2 methods, "stringToCents" and "centsToString" to deal with the decimal point when displaying user output or receiving user input?
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comment Why did Swift not include a decimal type
@Telastyn, why use whole cents instead of decimal?
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comment Why did Swift not include a decimal type
fixed, thanks..
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comment Why did Swift not include a decimal type
I'm not asking anyone to hunt down something for me. Maybe someone already has personal knowledge and has it right at their fingertips! I asked a somewhat similar question about why C# left out a certain operator and got some great answers from people with personal knowledge of the language design decisions.
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comment Is there ever a reason to use an array when lists are available?
colleagues that are 20 years behind the curve and a boss that wants to know what data types you're using... I love this site for reminding myself how much worse my job could be
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