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awarded Notable Question
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revised How to call String value from one class to another in Java
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comment Enforce different settings depending on buildstage
@fge The URL is stored as a static field in the class that's responsible for retrieving and parsing the data from the server. The URL could be stored in a config-file, if that'd help things.
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asked Enforce different settings depending on buildstage
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awarded Scholar
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comment To update or to delete? That is the Query
Nice, I really liked the enum solution; perhaps a bit overkill in my scenario, but nice. Thanks!
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accepted To update or to delete? That is the Query
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awarded Editor
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comment To update or to delete? That is the Query
I've edited the question to be specified to Java. I thought to make the question as broad as possible (as this isn't really language specific). Stackoverflow-damaged ;-).
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revised To update or to delete? That is the Query
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awarded Student
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asked To update or to delete? That is the Query
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accepted 5.1 Audio not working on Raspberry PI
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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Critic
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comment Is there a more succinct way of writing this simple JavaScript loop?
I'd remove the x variable altogether; since arr.length is short and clear enough by itself.
Mar
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comment How can one secure a password/key in source code
Related: security.stackexchange.com/questions/20294/…
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awarded Popular Question
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comment Starting to use Maven on existing project without losing GIT history
@mbs When re-doing the steps again to retrieve the diff output (git rm src/com/* ; git add src/*), git started to notice the file similarities and outputted RENAME instead of add/delete. Now, when using git log --follow instead of gitk, everything works perfect! Many thanks for your time and help!
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comment Starting to use Maven on existing project without losing GIT history
@mbs After I've done the git rm/add or before? Many thanks for helping, by the way!
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