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Jan
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answered Is it bad to write object oriented C?
Jan
25
answered Can the “level 256 bug” in the game of Pacman be considered an unhandled segfault?
Jan
25
answered Is it acceptable to copy and paste long but straightforward code instead of wrapping them into a class or function?
Dec
30
answered Do special-cases with fallbacks violate the Liskov Substitution Principle?
Oct
29
answered Could an instance be equal to some other instance of a more specific type?
Oct
8
answered Does context (like as an argument in a function) allow for numbers in code that aren't magic numbers?
Oct
7
answered Does C# 6.0's new null-conditional operator go against the Law of Demeter?
Oct
1
answered Should I stop using the term C/C++?
Sep
28
answered Why is .NET VM based?
Sep
4
answered Why are C string literals read-only?
Aug
12
answered Is there any practical way for a linked node structure to be immutable?
Aug
11
answered Why not just make non-parameterized queries return an error?
Aug
6
answered Are data type declarators like “int” and “char” stored in RAM when a C program executes?
Aug
1
answered API to get data, caller may not know how much? How to allocate buffer size
Aug
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answered Why do we have to tell printf() the type of data in C?
Aug
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answered Giving variables default values vs. treating accessing an undefined variable as an error
Aug
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asked When did Undefined Behavior in C jump the causality barrier
Jul
26
answered Why would I care about the asymptotic growth of the lower bound of the worst case time/space?
Jul
25
answered Why is object-level privacy difficult to use as a paradigm, and why is it desirable?
Jul
20
answered Coding style issue: Should we have functions which take a parameter, modify it, and then RETURN that parameter?