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revised Are there any standards for preparing a user manual of electronic device?
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answered Are there any standards for preparing a user manual of electronic device?
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comment for vs. foreach vs. LINQ
That's great if you're at a company which allows time for formal training so you can book some time to train staff when implementation of LINQ begins. However if you're not then you're running the risk of the LINQ guy leaving before they've passed on the knowledge and being left with code which no one can understand.
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answered Try/Catch or test parameters
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answered Project Dashboards
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answered Function names - “standardized” prefixes
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comment Android Card Game Database for Deck Building
In his description he is not querying the data being stored in the database (the deck) he is querying the selection of cards (he doesn't mention how these are stored)
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answered Android Card Game Database for Deck Building
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answered Are developers a stakeholder in a system
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comment In C and C++, what methods can prevent accidental use of the assignment(=) where equivalence(==) is needed?
@KristofProvost I've managed to get visual studio to give me 10 copies of the exact same warning fro the same line of code, then when this issue was 'fixed' it resulted in 10 identical warnings about the same line of code saying that the original method was better.
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answered In C and C++, what methods can prevent accidental use of the assignment(=) where equivalence(==) is needed?
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answered What is the way to understand someone else's giant uncommented spaghetti code?
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revised I need some help creating a non-binary tree (or some other data structure that will better solve my problem)
amended for comparing to a given key rather than all keys in one list
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comment I need some help creating a non-binary tree (or some other data structure that will better solve my problem)
I know an arraylist isn't a linked list I was just thinking in C and linked list was the simplest dynamic data structure I could think of. The reason I suggested doing that way is that I thought you were comparing all the string values in list A to all the string values in the other lists with matching keys. I'll try and edit my answer for comparing to one given key.
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answered I need some help creating a non-binary tree (or some other data structure that will better solve my problem)