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Nov
22
accepted Why do you need “self.” in Python to refer to instance variables?
Nov
22
comment Why do you need “self.” in Python to refer to instance variables?
Down voting is becoming cheap currency and everyone here is spending it with both hands without knowing its meaning. Do you realize if someone comes here see this answer down voted would assume its wrong!
Nov
22
comment Why do you need “self.” in Python to refer to instance variables?
@GlenH7 the answer was just for my reference because every time I can't come and read everyone's answer again and again. Regarding quality, tell me if any bit of information is misleading. Anyways I generally wait 2-3 days to accept any answer.
Nov
21
answered Why do you need “self.” in Python to refer to instance variables?
Nov
20
comment Naming self or this something else, a good idea?
@MartijnPieters what a co-incidence! I asked a meta question on the same topic just few minutes ago here. Hope you could shed some light on it.
Nov
20
revised Why do you need “self.” in Python to refer to instance variables?
Update description for the blind ones.
Nov
20
comment Why do you need “self.” in Python to refer to instance variables?
@gnat now only pros, and seriously its a good question which is bugging me since few days, please don't kill it by down voting.
Nov
20
revised Why do you need “self.” in Python to refer to instance variables?
Update description.
Nov
20
asked Why do you need “self.” in Python to refer to instance variables?
Nov
18
comment Understanding Enums in Java
Update: having private constructor also prevents sub-classing why we need final then?
Nov
18
comment How to start using DDD in designing a “library” application
Also, as per one of my friend's suggestion I have ordered Vernon.
Nov
18
comment How to start using DDD in designing a “library” application
Usually I think its better to create a service for each Bussiness Logic and keep the Entity clean by giving it the responsibility of validation rules and serialization. wdyt?
Nov
18
comment How mock is different from other test doubles?
can you please post a small example to get a better understanding of what you want to say.
Nov
5
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Nov
5
comment How mock is different from other test doubles?
@BenAaronson now I have made it much clear. Hopefully it makes much sense now.
Nov
5
revised How mock is different from other test doubles?
More description.
Nov
5
comment How mock is different from other test doubles?
@guillaume31 you answered it but you also down voted my question above seems contradictory :)
Nov
5
awarded  Commentator
Nov
5
comment How mock is different from other test doubles?
The question is well formulated with enough reading to give a proper background. It should be mandatory to give a proper reason before down voting because someone has invested a fair amount of time in it.
Nov
5
comment How mock is different from other test doubles?
I think my question is very clear now. The post title is very clear. I think its becoming a cult here to down vote some question requiring a little bit of thought process even the down voter isn't clear on how to answer, just copy pasting blog post in the question see answer by @BЈовић, its pathetic.