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accepted A Class named Class?
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comment A Class named Class?
@Malfist where would you see this relevant? I think it is a highly relevant question, as it is universal to software development. Additionally, unlike "name my band", this is no more subjective than "I need a software module for language X to help me parse Excel files".
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comment A Class named Class?
Ah, yes... very good points. This is the type of discussion I was looking for. I did, in fact, mean "A group of student taking a specific course taught by a specific teacher at a specific time for a single school term (year, semester, etc)"... if that makes any sense. Or, in other words, "I am taking Biology II with Mr. Smith @ 2pm Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays."
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comment A Class named Class?
@MatthewFlynn, that did indeed cross my mind. In fact, it was my first though...
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comment A Class named Class?
I did, however, say "...given that Class is a reserved keyword...", plus, wouldn't you say that two items differing only by case is a horrible idea?
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comment I've stopped coding for fun, is this a bad sign?
+1 for mentioning hobbies. I often find that (at least for myself) that programming is an extension of my creative self. So, therefore, hobbies like wood working seem a natural fit for myself. I can be creative, work with my hands, and best of all, get some time away from the computer.