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comment Whitelisting and Blacklisting with Condition
I am trying to follow your logic, but I don't think I have understood your thought pattern. To clarify, can you please answer these questions: 1. How would the first example behave if the first object is removed? 2. How would the last example behave if an object name:salzburg, price:4 is added? 3. Does the order of variables in your whiltelisting and blacklisting rules have any meaning (is name=salzburg&&price=4 the same as price=4&&name=salzburg )?
Nov
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revised Is this 'implementation' of a builder pattern good design
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Nov
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answered Is this 'implementation' of a builder pattern good design
Nov
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comment How to write highly changeable, highly complex software?
How to present a large number of configuration options in a user-friendly way might also be a question for User Experience Stackexchange
Nov
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comment Hide, obfuscate or otherwise prevent the harvesting of email addresses
Can you persuade the decision makers to use a contact form instead? There really is no good way to show email addresses to users but not to bots.
Nov
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comment How useful are function points?
This answer could be improved by explaining why function points are only one step above pure madness.
Nov
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comment What licenses restrict distribution, liability, and commercial use?
The problem with "no commercial use" licenses is that it is really hard to define what is commercial use and what isn't.
Nov
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revised How to debug javascript in browsers that don't have a console interface?
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revised How to debug javascript in browsers that don't have a console interface?
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Nov
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answered How to debug javascript in browsers that don't have a console interface?
Nov
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revised Can I have two licenses in a Repository? One for a company and another one for everybody else?
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answered Can I have two licenses in a Repository? One for a company and another one for everybody else?
Oct
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Oct
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comment No central database
@DavidPacker All configuration which would be needed would be the username and password. A key derivation function can be used to derive a private key from these.
Oct
20
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Oct
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comment No central database
You could ensure confidentiality in the database by encrypting the data on the server with a key which is only known to the user.
Oct
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answered No central database
Oct
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revised Is `isNaN`' a bad design or a has-to-be design with tradeoffs?
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answered Is `isNaN`' a bad design or a has-to-be design with tradeoffs?