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May
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answered Why does C provide language 'bindings' where C++ falls short?
May
4
comment Why does C provide language 'bindings' where C++ falls short?
Would it be possible to add a disclaimer to the link to that FQA drivel?
Apr
23
revised Why was the grave but not the acute accent included in ASCII?
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Apr
22
answered Why does the TRACE level exists, and when should I use it rather than DEBUG?
Apr
21
comment Is catching general exceptions really a bad thing?
@supercat - true enough, but that's pretty much true of any other general System exception, when stuff goes bad in any finally block.
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Apr
13
accepted Why do many exception messages not contain useful details?
Apr
13
comment Why do many exception messages not contain useful details?
Thanks for sharing that insight. Personally, I don't agree and think the security argument is a complete fallacy, but it may be a rationale.
Apr
13
comment Why do many exception messages not contain useful details?
Thanks. Your concern is unfounded (I hope :-). But every time I spend an extra minute tracking down what went wrong in that Unit Test or spend extra time analysing code because the logfile is lacking info, I'm a tad annoyed by the avoidable crappiness of some messages :-)
Apr
13
revised Why do many exception messages not contain useful details?
using Snowman's revised phrasing
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