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comment Should I bother to develop for JavaScript disabled?
@AmadeusDrZaius You have to realise this was originally answered in 2011 and a lot has changed since then in terms of screen readers and search-engines and their ability to support JavaScript. I'd still argue that in a lot of cases it still makes sense to have apps that degrade nicely, but acknowledge that there will be certain rich apps that rely totally on JS.
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comment What is the benefit of writing to a temp location, And then copying it to the intended destination?
Some programs will extract/copy to the intended directory, but they will use a temporary file extension (e.g. .tmp) and rename it when complete.
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comment Is it common for a programmer not to know the difference between C and C++?
Wouldn't it depend on what kind of job your where going for? If it's (for example) developing Ruby On Rails then I wouldn't class it as relevant where as if it was for a C/C++ role then it would be much more pertinent.
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comment Means for (legit) cross-site scripting
Read up on JSONP en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JSONP
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comment Should the most recent date be named 'start' or 'end'?
I'd rather throw a ArgumentOutOfRange type exception than try and guess what the caller intended. Trying to be clever inevitably needs to trouble IMO.
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comment Displaying the number of registered users to a website
@Oded deliberately misrepresenting a service could be construed as fraud, especially one whose viability depends on user numbers.
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comment How to deal with tautology in comments?
Don't just leave it out, come up with a better comment. There is a good reason why Visual Studio encourages you to add comments in a specific format as these can then be used to generate XML documentation for your entire .NET code (which can then be transformed into meaningful help files and documentation). There are always ways to describe something in a meaningful way, even if it seems obvious to you what it is.
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answered Why is verbosity bad for a programming language?
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