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comment Why isn't there a Boolean for x values of a variable?
@FrustratedWithFormsDesigner - despite your unfounded hatred for FD, I think your comment should be an answer
Jul
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comment Why isn't there a Boolean for x values of a variable?
@Michael - I didn't see that question, If the mods see fit, they can close my question
Jul
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comment Why isn't there a Boolean for x values of a variable?
If i was a computer scientist I would've given an example on star wars or trek. Unfortunately, I don't follow Fantasia
Jul
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comment Why isn't there a Boolean for x values of a variable?
Thanks, I didn't know about enum as I'm familiar with python. I've played with the C/C++ before, but never really got too deep.
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asked Why isn't there a Boolean for x values of a variable?
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accepted What are some of the required tools to gauge how large and complex a product is going to be?
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asked What are some of the required tools to gauge how large and complex a product is going to be?
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answered What should someone learn to become a great web-app builder by 2015
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asked What will be a good python script (or your favorite language goes here) to test a system's performance and capabilities?
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answered Can Software Engineers become certified Professional Engineers (PE)?
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accepted What are the main components, technologies, and features of the next generation of web applications?
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accepted Pros and cons for open or close sourcing niche type products
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accepted Application / Code reviews for lone programmers?
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comment Do you use code names for your projects?
I agree, a lot if not most of the corporate apps' name is handed down
Oct
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comment What technologies or techniques senior developers of today should *unlearn*
@Rob - I think this is it reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/dwaap/…
Oct
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comment What technologies or techniques senior developers of today should *unlearn*
Further to your comment, I was reading some comments on the internet a week or so ago that mentioned someone trying to fix a bug in the current Excel build from code written in the 1980s
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