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Oct
3
comment Is there any language-agnostic specification for “String Natural Sorting Order”
@gnat I updated the answer.
Oct
3
revised Is there any language-agnostic specification for “String Natural Sorting Order”
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Oct
3
answered Is there any language-agnostic specification for “String Natural Sorting Order”
Oct
3
reviewed Approve Is there a 'standard' SQL that can replace all the various custom versions?
Oct
2
answered Are frameworks used for “big” websites?
Oct
2
comment What is the benefit of a function without parameters which only calls another function
@AcidShout, rpax, ok I will never get into the translating business.
Oct
2
comment Optimal Database design for 3-way relationship
Sounds to me like the package is just another product.
Oct
2
comment What is the benefit of a function without parameters which only calls another function
The benefit is that it wraps a function with parameters. This way if you later want to make your app spanish, you only have to change "Hello" to "Ola" in one place.
Oct
1
comment Which programming language first came up with the finally block?
Why would you call it syntactic sugar?
Oct
1
answered Which programming language first came up with the finally block?
Sep
30
reviewed Approve Dynamic vs Statically typed languages for websites
Sep
29
reviewed Approve Is creating subclasses for specific instances a bad practice?
Sep
26
comment Is there a good reason to make pure functions non-public?
@snowman in non java you just make a library of functions.
Sep
26
comment Is there a good reason to make pure functions non-public?
There could be an argument made not to make such a function member of a class at all.
Sep
26
reviewed Reject Using the command pattern for a sequence of tasks
Sep
25
reviewed Approve How does the JVM handle an exception thrown by the main method?
Sep
22
comment Is a web application only something that has a UI that runs in the browser?
@BryanOakley would you call a Java IRC client that runs inside your browser a web app or a "Java IRC client"?
Sep
22
comment Is there a technical reason why you can't develop iOS apps on a Linux computer?
You can develop iOS apps on other platforms.
Sep
22
comment Is there a technical reason why you can't develop iOS apps on a Linux computer?
I can't understand why this is the accepted answer. Developing iOs apps on other operating systems is totally possible, the only thing you need a mac for is the signing part, but that's not part of development.
Sep
22
answered Is there a technical reason why you can't develop iOS apps on a Linux computer?