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comment Why do we need an instance of the Scanner Class to get an Input on Java?
String orgName = (new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(System.in))).readLine(); That's horribly convoluted compared to using a Scanner and also creates new instances of not one but two objects just to discard them right away.
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revised How to *detect* if open source software is used in a commercial product?
none of the licenses forbids commercial use. What you actually mean is use in proprietary software (which can be commercially or not, but no OSI-approved open source license makes a difference in this regard).
Aug
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comment How to *detect* if open source software is used in a commercial product?
This question might be more successful on opensource.stackexchange.com - but please take the comments you get serious and improve your question accordingly. The GPL does not forbid commercial use. It makes the pay-by-copy business model infeasible, but there are many other business models for software which work well or even better with a license like the GPL.
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comment Expert advice needed for a NoSql Database
Please do not crosspost!
Jul
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comment How is deploying a webpage on server for a group of people different from deployement on local machine?
Only a moderator can do that move. But considering that there are no answers yet, you could just delete the question and copy&paste it on another stackexchange site.
Jul
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comment How is deploying a webpage on server for a group of people different from deployement on local machine?
This sounds more like a question for serverfault.com to me. Maybe there are also security aspects to consider, which would be a case for security.stackexchange.com.
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answered What exactly is copyrighted, the text of the code itself, or the design?
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comment Help me design this use case
@MangatRaiModi What's a "column" and a "table"? Such things do not exist in MongoDB. Or do you mean field and collection? Like with every database system, each additional index reduces performance for inserts and for any updates which affect the indexed fields. Also, indexes require additional storage space. You might consider to turn those 100 fields into an array of objects where the field-name is the value of a key. Or not - it depends on how you query your data and how many datasets you expect per document.
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