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awarded  Nice Question
Apr
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asked Why didn't == operator string value comparison make it to Java?
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Mar
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comment C++ library API: new or getters?
Returning a smart pointer? That's an automatic "no" for me to use the library.
Mar
18
comment How to prevent my executable being treated from AV like bad or virus?
It's not doing anything DLL-Injection related activity, is it?
Mar
18
comment Is it a good idea to schedule regular time to clean up code?
It would be a better idea to schedule a regular time for a code review
Mar
14
comment How to rewrite from scratch a code for which I own the copyright so I can use it on my job without losing the rights to the first version?
Great answer, but randomly CAPITALIZING words in the MIDDLE of the sentences seems.. very meh to me. Isn't that what bolding is for?
Mar
7
comment How is an IDE compiled?
@jwenting I never necessarily said that compiling IDE needs an IDE. It was just a general assumption made by me since as others said, IDE is just a piece of software too so it sounds logical to me that they may use the previous version of IDE to build the next one. I was just curious in how the IDEs are built but basing them off the IDE example seems to be a terrible idea.
Mar
7
revised How is an IDE compiled?
Apparently, the original question is bad so in an effort to improve it, I'm removing the irrelevant parts.
Mar
7
comment How is an IDE compiled?
@jwenting What? I've compiled C codes using GCC compiler in Linux before. I'm not sure where you might've gotten that idea.
Mar
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comment How is an IDE compiled?
So then am I correct to assume the example I've written above regarding VS 2012 and Eclipse is correct?
Mar
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asked How is an IDE compiled?
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@Dynamic You sir, are a 14 year old prodigy then........
Feb
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You have my vote, but I have to ask from viewing your profile - are you really 14 years old?
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comment How is the Trial Period for Softwares generally implemented?
Sounds like a solid guess for me. The only potential problem I can see with this is if the user has had their clock set incorrectly and then installed the software, then the user readjusted the clock correctly later on. Not a very likely situation, but just something that I thought of.