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reviewed Close how to organize android activities to be related?
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comment How to Progressive Jackpot?
Probably relevant: Open letter to students with homework questions
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reviewed Leave Closed Is there empirical evidence supporting Brook's Law (or a modification of it)?
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reviewed Leave Closed Bower, NPM, Gulp in ASP.NET MVC, what problem am I solving?
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comment Bower, NPM, Gulp in ASP.NET MVC, what problem am I solving?
You might want to bring this up on the P.SE chat room
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reviewed Leave Closed Why do arrays in .Net have Length but other collection types have Count?
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reviewed Leave Closed Should the ternary operator be used outside of assignment statements?
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reviewed Reject Does declaring a field as final force redundancy in the constructors?
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comment Paxos consistency
You might want to flag this question & ask the mods to move it to cs.stackexchange.com. I think it may get more/better answers there.
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revised Paxos consistency
Added a link to the Wikipedia entry for the Paxos protocol
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reviewed Close Does anyone else feel that iterator syntax sugar is a must have in a modern language?
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comment How to calculate min/max values of floating point numbers?
OK, so it looks like you have a 48 bit FP number implemented on 16 bit hardware. What exactly do you mean by "find the min/max value"?