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answered Explain MVC to non-programmers
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comment What are 4th & 5th programming language generations? Are there more of them?
Oh, if only people could agree on what makes an nth Gen language that n... There is no criteria one can truly tie down (except from stating that higher gen languages are further removed from bare metal than lower level - by what degree is not agreed upon).
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answered Confusion between F# and C#
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comment If MVC is “Separation of Concerns” then why was Razor Syntax introduced?
@Ian - where did I say all clients have JavaScript? I said the client is best positioned to know how to format culturally sensitive things like dates, times, currency and numbers. I didn't say it has to do so via JavaScript. And the doesn't imply different code. As for emails and reports - that entirely depends on requirements.
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comment If MVC is “Separation of Concerns” then why was Razor Syntax introduced?
@FreeAsInBeer - this is the kind of logic that belongs on the client side - someone in France would want to see dates (and currency/numbers) formatted differently to someone in the US. The client would "know" best how these should be displayed. This is presentation logic, and as such belongs in the view.
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comment Why is C still in the category of High Level Language?
@manutd - that's a question to book authors ;) - but that's the thing. From their point of view, C is a high level language. That's what they deal with. The concept of "high level language" is fuzzy - there is no single definition agreed by all.