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comment Logging Database Changes
If you're looking to keep an entire history of data changes then maybe Event Sourcing is what you want. It's a pretty big investment, though.
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comment Can close voters get messaged when a question is edited?
Sounds like a solid plan to me.
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comment Delay in UDP stream receiver
Assuming you want both the server and client to finish the countdown at the same time, I'd be tempted to use NTP to synchronise the server and client to the same clock. Then, the server would send a message like "Count down starting at 12:34:56.78 lasting 10 seconds." From that, the client can display a 10 second countdown, updating once a second, starting and finishing in sync with the server.
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comment Delay in UDP stream receiver
What do you mean by "synchronise?" Are there aspects of your application that rely on the two being synchronised? If so, why, and how?
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comment Help me in this java programs
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this is clearly homework and we do don't other people's homework here.
Apr
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comment Run C program in debug mode (without debugger)
I'm sure what you're suggesting would work, but I think there's a reason people don't do it. When you use preprocessor directives like #define and #ifdef you actually change which parts of your code are compiled and make it to the final binary. People typically use this approach so that debug code doesn't make it to a production release (even if they are 99% sure it won't be invoked). Leaving debug code in a production build is just a liability. Also, I'm pretty sure you miss out on tons of compiler optimisations when you release in debug mode.
Apr
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comment Regarding mainframe - sort card
@Rachel I will have a think about this.
Apr
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comment Regarding mainframe - sort card
While it's great that you were able to help @RupeshPauranik with his problem, these types of off-topic questions are better answered in chat.
Apr
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comment Linux equivalent to Visual Studio "Debug -> Attach To Process"?
@ErikEidt I think this question is about remote debugging.
Apr
27
comment UML- Aggregation or Association
It would appear your house/office is on fire.
Apr
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comment Is there a good formal pattern to manage state in MVVM?
For those of us who aren't familiar with Redux and React, could you give a brief explanation of how they solve problems which aren't solved in the MVVM world?
Apr
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comment Can I start a search after a certain number of rows in MySQL
I should expand on my last comment a bit, in order to make it helpful. Volker Kueffel correctly pointed out that you, in fact, should rely on indexes to achieve what you are trying to accomplish. Databases nowadays are very mature systems that have undergone amazing optimisations designed by specialists. Unless you have the time to become a specialist yourself it's probably safer to trust your database instead of trying to optimise around it.
Apr
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comment Can I start a search after a certain number of rows in MySQL
This answers the OP's misguided question but doesn't solve their problem.
Apr
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comment Can I start a search after a certain number of rows in MySQL
This is gross premature optimization. Don't assume you know more about database performance than the database authors.
Apr
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reviewed Close Why do I have issues with all Rails programs?
Apr
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reviewed Close Is it possible to migrate struts/spring based application to GWT?
Apr
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comment Is it possible to migrate struts/spring based application to GWT?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's not about conceptual software design.
Apr
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reviewed Close What design pattern to use for my twitter crawler?
Apr
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reviewed Close How to deal with a CEO making all technical decision but with little technical knowledge?
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