Murat

Istanbul, Turkey

Age: 24

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awarded Famous Question
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awarded Notable Question
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comment CXF Log response time
Any updates, David?
Jan
4
awarded Popular Question
Nov
17
awarded Scholar
Nov
17
accepted pretty print braces - Review Request for my source code analyzer
Nov
17
comment pretty print braces - Review Request for my source code analyzer
I didn't expect such a detailed answer, thank you very much. Here are my comments: 1) Very good point, I hadn't thought about it. Fixed it 2) Good point, wasn't aware of such a method. Will fix it. 3) Because it's the only short one-liner function in this code. Others wouldn't fit into a single line or would be too long for my taste. 4) I thought about this and you're right. But being a Java programmer, I find Python classes ugly:) 5) I can only see n, h, q which I think all are self-explanatory. But I will have a look again. 6) Good point, fixed it. Once again, thank you very much:)
Nov
17
answered sitemesh and UTF-8 enconding
Nov
17
answered Spring+SiteMesh 2.0 Chinese character support
Nov
16
asked pretty print braces - Review Request for my source code analyzer
Nov
15
comment Logo recognition - how to improve performance
@Eyal I am trying to implement the exact same thing. Can you possibly open source your code or give me hints as to how you've benefited from opencv and other libraries/algorithms?
Nov
5
comment How to create an isolated DOM Element? One that doesn't inherit css from parents etc
Is there no solutions here? My questions deserves more attention! :) Looking for help...
Nov
3
comment How to create an isolated DOM Element? One that doesn't inherit css from parents etc
So if I understand correctly, you're suggesting to enumerate and override all possible style properties an input can take inside #uniqueInputId { ... }?
Nov
3
comment How to create an isolated DOM Element? One that doesn't inherit css from parents etc
Gusarov I appreciate your answer. To clarify things, can you help me with this example? MY JS api inserts an input <input id="uniqueInputId />" style="padding-left:3px;" to the host page. Let's assume the host page already has input { border: 1px solid; margin-top: 5px; } in its style. This messes with my input. So to overcome this, you're suggesting that my JS api also appends a style element to the document with #uniqueInputId { border...;margin-top;... }? It solves the problem for this host page but I'm saying that we don't know where my JS api can be included. It could be any page.
Nov
1
comment How to create an isolated DOM Element? One that doesn't inherit css from parents etc
Remember this is a widget. It can be included on any page and therefore could be affected possibly by all sorts of styles. My element already has a unique id but I'm not sure I understand what you mean with your update?
Nov
1
comment How to create an isolated DOM Element? One that doesn't inherit css from parents etc
But it could be included on any page? Then, I would have to insert all possible style properties?
Nov
1
asked How to create an isolated DOM Element? One that doesn't inherit css from parents etc
Oct
10
accepted Algorithm for drawing a graph structure?
Oct
6
comment Spotify Cat vs. Dog Challenge
Good point and thanks for the answer. However, I wanted to avoid 2 map.get operations for performance reasons.
Oct
5
comment Spotify Cat vs. Dog Challenge
+1 for that. I like Guava and I include it in most of my projects. For this piece of code, however, I wasn't able to use 3rd party libraries.
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