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comment How to work with programmer with different preference of indentation width?
Why were the comments deleted on this?
Jul
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revised How to work with programmer with different preference of indentation width?
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answered How to work with programmer with different preference of indentation width?
Jul
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comment How to write procedural code in an object oriented language?
I suppose my response was targetted at DoSomething2() assumes that DoSomething1() has been called before it...what is the correct way of writing such code in OO?. I'm saying move this assumption that the previous method ran to outside of the scope of each method. This assumption must be based on a state of some object somewhere, so monitor it prior to calling the method. This seems 'OO enough', too, while maintaining the order.
Jul
22
comment How to write procedural code in an object oriented language?
Was there a requirement to always call all methods? I'm not asking rhetorically or being funny by the way. Have I misunderstood the OP?
Jul
22
comment How to write procedural code in an object oriented language?
Define 'correct'.
Jul
22
answered How to write procedural code in an object oriented language?
Jul
20
comment How they design this algorithm?
He's not asking for the secret of creativity. He's asking what thought processes could've gone into devising a solution given a small set of requirements. Obviously new and wanting to refine his approach. And this is a conceptual stackexchange site.
Jul
17
comment “CSS first” vs “HTML first” (Bootstrap, SASS)
In terms of class name semantics, overly-specified class names can just mean a headache when it comes to maintenance. Somebody on a project I was working on lately used 'red' as a class name on a span within a heading, obviously to highlight the word. We had to 're-skin' the site and swap out the primary red colour for a blue, which meant any occurrences like this needed a manual find and replace. It was hardly hell on Earth, but it was the result of bad practice.
Jul
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comment How can I create a RESTful-style website if HTML forms only allow to use GET and POST?
What's wrong wtih POST?
Jul
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comment When to use single-line if statements?
It comes down to style. I've never seen the consensus towards this formalised into some sort of standard. My 'style' is to always use braces, if only for clarity. The use of which, I've found, has been a result of people trying to be too concise. No need.
Jun
16
revised Web apps for enterprise
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16
comment Web apps for enterprise
@thorstenmüller - thanks very much for your comment. I'm familiar with PhoneGap, fantastic technology. The distribution of web apps vs. the complexities of distributing native apps on multiple platforms is the main driving force behind pursuing web. Thankfully, this app won't demand push.
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asked Web apps for enterprise
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comment How do I handle authentication in an ASP.NET webapp with offline-capable client code?
@Ixrec Nope, spot on. Thanks.
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asked How do I handle authentication in an ASP.NET webapp with offline-capable client code?
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comment provability of while loop vs for loop
On the contrary, the code you've written proves that there's a guarantee your condition variables WILL be tampered with. I don't understand this answer.
Apr
16
comment To convert to accurate data types or maintain default type of string
4. Stored procedures can make use of operations/evaluations possible with integers, that would be impossible (or require conversion) on a string. Suppose this is related to your first point though.
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30
comment What practical steps do you take to ensure you are thorough?
That is undoubtedly the case, I'm not testing enough before I pass it over. I'm wondering whether any developers have any ways of devising what exactly should be tested, or at least an approach that works for them which catches as much as possible.