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answered Do objects in OOP have to represent an entity?
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comment How do I design a subclass whose method contradicts its superclass?
Why is it bad to contradict the superclass?
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answered What's the best way to avoid catastrophe caused by negligence?
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comment What's the best way to avoid catastrophe caused by negligence?
I have asked a very similar question on Academia and CogSci. Mine was phrased in the context of performing lab experiments, but should be very readily applicable to programming.
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accepted Is there some sort of systematic strategy for designing and implementing GUIs?
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comment Is there some sort of systematic strategy for designing and implementing GUIs?
@hstoerr But it would be hard to get the layout to work. A lot of the buttons would overlap.
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comment Japanese Multiplication simulation - is a program actually capable of improving calculation speed?
Your algorithm is basically a way of simulating a mechanical computer on paper. If it was faster to do multiplication this way, processor architects would already lay out their circuits using it.
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comment How do you know when to stop adding features?
So what do you do if you fail to meet your own deadline on a personal project?