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comment Why are pointers to literals not possible?
@ratchetfreak "literals are not stored in memory" where are they stored then?
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comment Tool for programmers team
Two easy steps. Put the framework under version control system. Subscribe all team members to repository updates. Now everybody will know when some feature is introduced.
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comment What to do when I just don't know what's wrong?
Debug your code. If you do not know how, learn how to debug first.
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comment How do I know when should I package my classes in Ruby?
Relative topics: stackoverflow.com/questions/713698/c-namespaces-advice and stackoverflow.com/questions/5857621/…
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comment Best free UML authoring tool
Look at the question rating. It needs to be opened. I have some useful information to add.
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comment Is it a Single Responsibility Principle violation?
Btw, downvote not by me...
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comment Is it a Single Responsibility Principle violation?
neither is an Information Expert for what it needs to know The edge IS an information expert for knowing if one of it's nodes equals some particular one or not. The question was about function checking if the particular edge links the particular node.
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comment Is it a Single Responsibility Principle violation?
Thank you for your answer. I also struggle much about this method's name since I'm not a native speaker. What do you think about links(Node) to check if the edge links one node to some other and links(Node,Node) to check if edge links the both nodes together?
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comment Is it a Single Responsibility Principle violation?
what data it had to fetch the function uses only information stored in GraphEdge. It checks if one of the nodes equals the parameter. My GraphEdge stores pointers to both nodes inside itself.
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asked Is it a Single Responsibility Principle violation?