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accepted Just in time prize winning algorithm
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comment Just in time prize winning algorithm
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reviewed Approve Just in time prize winning algorithm
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Feb
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answered Extensibility data model pattern
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comment Extensibility data model pattern
Thanks for your comment, actually yes, most of the time, the custom properties will be placed in the custom properties module but a lot of time, we get weird business logic related to the products and instead of placing it in a custom plugin in the controller, we want to extend the model that already contains most of the business logic...
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asked Extensibility data model pattern
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comment Is there a way you'd implement a fast tree traversal method that would support dated versioning?
This is by far one the best possible answers (even if it's the only one) i'll study this carefuly, than you Robert
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accepted Is there a way you'd implement a fast tree traversal method that would support dated versioning?
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asked Is there a way you'd implement a fast tree traversal method that would support dated versioning?
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comment Why is it discouraged to create variables on the fly? PHP gives you a Notice Error
The non-compiled is not true, PHP is compiled to an OPCode or intermediary code just like many other languages (Ms.Net, Java, etc) but doesn't use common "linkage" and "memory allocations" that we are used to. Z_Data structure is what is used in Zend Engine to support on the fly data creation and that is why there is no typing per se. It is then wrong to say that php is not compiled because it doesn't require definition of the the variablles... The rest is good work :)
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suggested rejected edit on Why is it discouraged to create variables on the fly? PHP gives you a Notice Error
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comment Why is it discouraged to create variables on the fly? PHP gives you a Notice Error
And about the warnings, it's always better to code with FULL ERROR REPORTING and make sure nothing happens, than hide everything and try to debug blindly. I have a catalog engine here with basket and POS solution that they developped with errors turned off, you can't imagine the number of notices that appear when we turn them on. It's sickening to look at the output... so please enfore better coding practice ALWAYS...