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May
21
comment Short circuit evaluation, is it bad practice?
@JackAidley could you provide a pointer to why 'or die' is bad? Is it just a naive way of handling exceptions?
May
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awarded Notable Question
Apr
30
comment How to extract more insightful UX requirements from User
@immibis more likely than where it used to be in the previous application? (no sarcasm, I'm actually asking)
Apr
29
comment How to decide what library to use?
ProGuard's shrink feature can remove from the libraries all the unused code, so size should still not matter.
Apr
26
revised Is there a reason why you can like your own post?
fixed link syntax
Apr
26
awarded Yearling
Apr
26
awarded Yearling
Apr
21
comment Native crash in /system/lib/libart.so
@jjwhite01 no, sadly nothing, but it seems very specific to this phone and this build. we're just hoping on an update from Samsung.
Apr
19
comment Project has become so complex and big that I am lost
@user139848 I would go with sub projects first. Documentation easily becomes stale.
Apr
18
awarded Citizen Patrol
Apr
17
awarded Caucus
Apr
16
comment Form validation and disabled buttons
This really deserves to be moved to the duplicated question. About inline validation, I understand that leaving a field one starts ignoring it, but what if it happens at each keypress? Does it make any difference?
Apr
14
comment Does the average web user know about Boolean algebra?
@rogerovo: nice question. The article linked by PhillipW might shed some light on that.
Apr
12
awarded Yearling
Apr
12
awarded Yearling
Apr
12
answered Does the average web user know about Boolean algebra?
Apr
7
awarded Explainer
Apr
2
awarded Popular Question
Mar
23
awarded Enlightened
Mar
22
comment Algorithm that generates a group of men and women who are each interested in everyone from the other gender
How do you create the list? How does it begin? By specifying a single person, or a set, or by declaring some starting criteria? Every time you add someone you'll need to update (necessarily restrict) the constraints to be in the list, so the order in which you add people is going to matter.
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