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Aug
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comment Why should we use low level languages if a high level one like python can do almost everything?
That's because a main characteristic of a high-level language is that it has a fanatic community that is usually blind for everyone else's needs.
Aug
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comment Why isn't there a python compiler to native machine code?
In other words, if you want to compile, choose another language that is tunned for that, like C++ or Pascal.
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comment Is there an industry standard for systems registered user permissions in terms of database model?
Very nice this article!
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asked Is there an industry standard for systems registered user permissions in terms of database model?
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comment Will Java still be relevant in 5 years?
Let's not forget what Borland did to Delphi. It was so abandoned that most people today thinks of Delphi as a dying out of business solution. But Embarcadero rescued the product and now it is open for java, mac, html5, android and other programming areas.
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answered How often should I be compiling?
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answered I need an approach to the problem of preventing inserting duplicate records into the database
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