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May
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comment Is it really free to deploy SharpDevelop apps?
Did you google?
Mar
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
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comment Can an object oriented program be seen as a Finite State Machine?
the sofware in your cell-phone is a collection of hideously complex state-machine which remember many data and interpret them according to the current state.
Nov
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revised How to access an encrypted INI file from C on an embedded system with little RAM
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accepted How to access an encrypted INI file from C on an embedded system with little RAM
Nov
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comment How to access an encrypted INI file from C on an embedded system with little RAM
+1 lolx - that is what I am asking ;-)
Nov
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comment How to access an encrypted INI file from C on an embedded system with little RAM
+1 for taking the time to reply. Maybe I should have made this 3 questions - encryption & memory usage. The latter is actually more important.
Nov
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revised How to access an encrypted INI file from C on an embedded system with little RAM
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comment How to access an encrypted INI file from C on an embedded system with little RAM
+1 @mattnz I will update the question. Thank you ..
Nov
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comment How to access an encrypted INI file from C on an embedded system with little RAM
Nope, I can't, because it is an INI file. That means reading the whole thing until the required value is found ...
Nov
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comment How to access an encrypted INI file from C on an embedded system with little RAM
+1 Ok, that seems reasonable for encryption. How about efficiently reading the INI file with little RAM available?
Nov
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revised How to access an encrypted INI file from C on an embedded system with little RAM
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asked How to access an encrypted INI file from C on an embedded system with little RAM
Oct
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comment Is saying “if ( $a != null && $a == 5)” the same as “if ($a == 5)”
if (( ($a != empty_or_null_or_notDefined && $a == 5 ) && (2 + 2 == 4) // ;-)
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comment Differences between programming in school vs programming in industry?
+1 for a very good answer and +1 (should be more) for Ritch. If a s/w engineer is spending more than 20% of a project life-cycle on coding then something is very, very wrong. 50% design, 30% test, %20 for the rest .... everything else, including coding seems about right. With proper design, coding should be trivial. Without it, what people call "coding" is actually endless rewrites, trying to hack together a design of some sort as they go along </rant>
Oct
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answered How good does a well-rounded programmer need to be with bit-wise operations?