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reviewed Close How to calculate how often to poll the server for new data?
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reviewed No Action Needed Generate equally sized areas in polygon
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reviewed No Action Needed Code size overhead by including unnecessarily extra header files
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reviewed No Action Needed Is this approach scalable?
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reviewed No Action Needed Design solution for currentUser object behavior in the SDK
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reviewed No Action Needed Python Micro-services Architecture
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reviewed Reviewed Best practices for dashboard of near real-time analytics
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reviewed No Action Needed Big O Notation of an example
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reviewed No Action Needed Why is using an optional preferential to null-checking the variable?
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reviewed Reviewed When to use DAG (Directed Acyclic Graph) in programming?
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comment When to use DAG (Directed Acyclic Graph) in programming?
Links have a nasty habit of going stale or failing. If that happens, you're right back where you started - a short one-line answer that doesn't help much. Can you summarize the contents of the link so this answer can stand on its own? (Keep the link, just make sure the answer is a good one even without the link).
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reviewed No Action Needed Is this an appropriate code structure, or is there a better one?
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reviewed No Action Needed Is it actually possible to have a 'useful' programming language that isn't Turing complete?
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reviewed Reviewed Java constructor: I can't understand
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comment Java constructor: I can't understand
While your statement is technically correct, it does not appear to answer the question - why is the constructor apparently failing to initialize a member variable. It would help if you could edit your question and add some more detail.
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reviewed No Action Needed Using a bytearray rather than a string to store password in memory
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comment Unit Testing Module-Internal Functions
I would argue that you shouldn't unit test internal functions - see also Unit testing internal components. In theory, internal functions can be added, removed, or rewritten at will without out harming anything, provided the external functions continue to pass their unit tests.