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May
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Javascript Event in Innerhtml Resulting from PHP Server Script
May
23
comment Large MySQL Batch Inserts From PHP: Run insert from script, or save as SQL file?
Your Database can do this better then any php script you come up with.
May
23
comment How to not let anyone inspect elements of a webpage?
Database interaction in this way is EXTREMELY BAD don't do it.
May
14
answered How are negative signed values stored?
May
14
comment How are negative signed values stored?
nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Two%27s_complement is how binary number are stored in computers.
May
8
comment Is there a specific name for the “Square inherits from Rectangle” paradox?
I think it's more easy to explain with sets: the set of all squares is a subset of all rectangles. And in cases where "any rectangle" will do a square will do. For objects it's different, if a square is inherited from a rectangle. A square will do in all cases that a rectangle will do. But squares are a subset of rectangles......In objects, a child can do all a parent can do....and more. Which goes against the subset that squares are from rectangles.
May
4
comment Is recursive code slower than non-recursive code?
Fibonacci is actually a nice example of how to do recursion and then in the next lesson learn how to do it faster non-recursive.
May
2
comment If null is bad, why do modern languages implement it?
@delnan I don't want it for the majority of my references. But when I use it, it makes things trivially easy. Like with lists with objects.
May
2
comment If null is bad, why do modern languages implement it?
null is great. I love it and use it every day.
May
2
comment Beyond Object Oriented Programming
possible duplicate of What is Object Oriented Programming ill-suited for?
May
2
comment Beyond Object Oriented Programming
You make some wild assumptions which are not necessarily true.
May
2
comment Why don't more languages have the ability to compare a value to more than one other value?
My answer would be: because that's how math works.....
May
1
comment Zero Day Exploit Ethics/Etiquette
"What are my responsibilities, as a developer..." : exactly none. Your responsibilities start when you decide to take action.
Apr
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
28
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Aren't decorators easily breaking the ISP?
Apr
27
answered What makes Web crawling legal?
Apr
25
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
24
answered Why do we have to use divs?
Apr
24
comment How can I explain object-oriented programming to someone who's only coded in Fortran 77?
The difference between procedural and OO programming in essence is that in procedural programming you think about a list of things to do in some order and in OO you think about state. If people get a solid grasp of state they can usefully use OO. Much more then trying to model the real world.