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reviewed No Action Needed Any “Gotchas” to using Entity Framework for Identity & Dapper for all other DB access in a .NET MVC application?
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answered Best way to handle blank dates
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comment Maintaining State without assignment
Sure. Please look at my edit.
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revised Maintaining State without assignment
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answered Maintaining State without assignment
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comment How do you avoid getters and setters?
As the question is tagged as a Java question, please note that Java conventions require you to start your methods' names with a lower case.
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answered Passing same argument to multiple small functions versus doing everything in one big function?
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revised Decorator design pattern in swift
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answered Decorator design pattern in swift
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revised How should blank/empty value objects be instantiated/structured?
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comment How to randomly get or find a sub-tree (include root node) from a given tree that contains n leaf-nodes
Count the number of leaf nodes in the given tree. If this number is greater or equal to n, return the tree itself. Otherwise, there is no subtree with at least n leaf nodes.
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comment Why would a program require a specific minimum number of CPU cores?
Are you sure the problem is really and directly related to the number of cores? Maybe the mentioned game is partially based on a feature only (correctly) provided by CPU with at least 4 cores?
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revised How should blank/empty value objects be instantiated/structured?
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answered How should blank/empty value objects be instantiated/structured?
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answered Range of values based on key values
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comment What can one do to improve readability of math-oriented code in C#, Java, and similar?
Yes, in general, and by definition, a DSL may be useful when you work in a specific domain. However, if this DSL doesn't exist, or if it doesn't fit the needs, you have to maintain it, which may be problematic. Also, for the specific question ("How can I use the sin, cos, … methods/functions without writing the Math class every time"), a DSL is maybe an oversized solution.