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asked Limitations of modern programming languages for low-level network programming
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revised Why are nested loops considered bad practice?
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answered C# Subject Observer Architecture question
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asked Buffer-overflow vulnerabilities that a static code analyser won't pick up
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accepted How does an optimizing compiler react to a program with nested loops?
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comment How does an optimizing compiler react to a program with nested loops?
@gnat I understand that the optimizer will break up the loops by means of loop fission. But this is only per loop isn't it? What I mean with my question is will it take any action exclusively based on seeing the nested loops? Or will it just optimize the loops one by one?
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asked How does an optimizing compiler react to a program with nested loops?
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accepted Checking program robustness using static code analysis
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revised Checking program robustness using static code analysis
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asked Checking program robustness using static code analysis
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accepted A class with only methods
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comment A class with only methods
@amon Ah I see! I haven't used generics much before. That was the thing I was looking for :)
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comment A class with only methods
@amon Could you provide a concise example? Given the edit I just made to the post.
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revised A class with only methods
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comment A class with only methods
@amon The two methods I have that parse files, have different return types. How would you do this with an interface? I mean don't you HAVE to implement all methods ? So if I wrote a subclass I would have to implement both parse methods even though I only needed one. Or am I completely confused here?
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asked A class with only methods
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accepted Should I use automatic properties?