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answered What's good about statement coverage?
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comment Does non-virtual-by-default lead us to composition-over-inheritance?
@Craig I said that NOT allowing every method to be overridden by default is defensive. "Explicit virtual" means virtual methods have to be explicitly defined. I agree with what you said.
Dec
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answered C# static practices coming from dynamic background
Dec
15
comment Is there any algorithm pattern to protect any content in the web to ensure I am the first one who created it?
Maybe asking at crypto.stackexchange.com would be better idea?
Dec
15
comment How does one enforce the implementation of a static method?
I think your problems began when you started using generics. Try redesigning your application so you don't have any TChildren. Also, assuming you are using EF, I would be really worried about performance of those kind of queries.
Dec
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answered What is meant by “redundant, but not duplicative” in the Steelman language requirements?
Dec
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answered What is a relation between Dependency Injection, single instance, and singletons?
Dec
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answered Who is responsible to challenge a product owner?
Dec
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comment Productivity using .Net WPF for large ERP (LOB) desktop applicatons ~1500 forms\dialogs
@RobertHarvey I understood his "Fancy UI driven" as critique of WPF being better for creating "fancier" UI than actually useful UI for data-manipulation. And while I agree that this might be correct first impression, it is quite shallow one. Especially considering he is asking us to make decision that would cost him a lot in the long run if done wrong.
Dec
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answered Productivity using .Net WPF for large ERP (LOB) desktop applicatons ~1500 forms\dialogs
Dec
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comment Track a series of choices with a single number
Does it have to be a number? Why do you want to use one value for two different concepts (score and answer tracking)?
Dec
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Dec
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comment Historical precedent for why Prolog is less popular than SQL in Imperative Programming?
Are you asking about languages or relational vs deductive databases? To me, it seems as if you were asking about why we use relational databased instead of deductive ones (eg. ones based on Prolog).
Dec
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answered Historical precedent for why Prolog is less popular than SQL in Imperative Programming?
Dec
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comment Historical precedent for why Prolog is less popular than SQL in Imperative Programming?
"For example evaluating a loan application might be just a few lines of code in Prolog" I don't buy this, for the same reason as any application worth it's salt will use tons of custom-made or generated SQL queries.
Dec
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revised Various methods manipulating same member variable versus each takes inputs and provides output
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answered Various methods manipulating same member variable versus each takes inputs and provides output
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comment Various methods manipulating same member variable versus each takes inputs and provides output
Please, fix your question so it says "member variables" instead of "global variables". You are creating huge misunderstanding the way your question is now.
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revised Exposition of Data Representation
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answered Exposition of Data Representation