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comment How is major software protected?
+1 for "One way to protect your code (from decompiling) is to never release a compiled version of it and always run it from a server and your consumers use a client such as a browser."
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comment What does the English word “for” exactly mean in “for” loops?
@SK-logic "for nothing do unconditionally something" - Stroustrup wrote in his C++ book that for (;;) can be read as "forever".
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comment What does the English word “for” exactly mean in “for” loops?
+1 Thank you, very clear explanations. I especially like the way you use the word "initially".
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comment What does the English word “for” exactly mean in “for” loops?
Thank you very much!
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comment What does the English word “for” exactly mean in “for” loops?
@Oded OK, but why do you think they chose this word, and not another? OK, it's short, but I don't think this explains it.
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asked What does the English word “for” exactly mean in “for” loops?
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answered How assertive should I be in handling exceptions in objects?