Hi there! My name is Lance Lafontaine.

I am a student at Concordia University in software engineering, with a previous degree in molecular biology. I enjoy all things tech, science and startups, but I especially love web development, open source software, and camping (outdoors).

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comment Android: Is there an easier way to call specific integers in an if else statement?
@domi thanks for the suggestion!
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comment Android: Is there an easier way to call specific integers in an if else statement?
@domi, I guess you are right. I've updated the answer to not have to break out of everything case, and to use the doSomething() method once.
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comment Android: Is there an easier way to call specific integers in an if else statement?
The asker's if method was TONS of OR operations in the if statement. I guess you could accomplish the same with separate if-else if-else statements,but similarly the switch handles one case at a time.
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comment Full width child div within container parent
Does it absolutely have to be in the same div? Seems like you'd save yourself a lot of trouble by taking it out of the div, applying the CSS you'd like to it and repositioning it.
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comment How to list npm user-installed packages?
ls -lh `npm root -g` displays them in a nice list.
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