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comment When should mixed PHP/JS snippets be refactored into a separate JS file?
You may consider improving this question and making it less personal. I think the real question may be "when should mixed PHP/JS snippets be refactored into a separate JS file"? or maybe "does splitting PHP/JS snippets into separate JS files improve testability and maintainability"?
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reviewed No Action Needed Best algorithm to determine whether two arrays can be the same in a circular queue
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reviewed Reviewed Is it good programming practice to create files with no extension?
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May
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comment Algorithm to generate parallel path inside polygon
My guess on why you received downvotes has to do with the quality of the question. Perhaps if you had taken to find related work such as: seant23.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/anoffsetalgorithm.pdf (found searching on the term "parallel paths with offset algorithm") and told us why it didn't work for you, your question would have received upvotes instead. FWIW, I think this is a valid question for this site, so I didn't downvote, but I couldn't upvote this one either... I hope this doesn't discourage you from participating in stackexchange sites. Thick skins are an asset here :-)
May
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comment Algorithm to generate parallel path inside polygon
Some observations: If the path is open, which side is inside? Are there limits on the offset? For a closed path, if the offset is large enough, the resulting path could wind up 'outside' the original path.
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