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comment Problem with C# File IO in Winforms
I'm sorry you've had problems with other people in the past, but you clearly showed no effort to meet our site's posting guidelines. That's not me being elitist.
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comment Problem with C# File IO in Winforms
Hi Mark, welcome to P.SE. We're not a debugging service.
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comment Problem with C# File IO in Winforms
Hi Mark, welcome to P.SE. We're not a debugging service.
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comment html5 or native for offline mobile application?
@KevinS programmers.se is not a good place for discussion-type questions. We follow the same QA format as here.
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revised How to handle design changes for auto_ptr deprecation in C++11?
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comment What framework should I use to create a dynamic website?
@oxguy3 no worries :)
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comment What framework should I use to create a dynamic website?
@oxguy3 nope. Software recommendations are explicitly offtopic at programmers.se as well.
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comment How to work with programmer with different preference of indentation width?
you misquote me. The code itself shouldn't be clobbered. Coded functionality will remain intact, regardless of the indentation style it uses. What will be clobbered is the code's arbitrary indentation style.
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comment How to work with programmer with different preference of indentation width?
"important" and "vital" are strong words. I'd say "useful" and "convenient". A team without a style standard will still be able to cope. They'll just all be clobbering each other's style all the time.
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comment How to reference one object with two interfaces?
I've updated my answer.
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answered How to reference one object with two interfaces?
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comment Are modern IDE's a 'crutch'?
It could mean many things. It could mean as much as "Good devs don't use IDEs" or as little as "It's common for GCC devs to dislike IDEs"
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comment Are modern IDE's a 'crutch'?
Sure, it may be a good thing. It certainly feels right. But that isn't enough to convince me. Show me some hard proof. None of this wishy-washy conventional wisdom.
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answered How to reuse domain model logic in services?
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comment Are modern IDE's a 'crutch'?
It seems like every generation, regardless of the field of study, looks down on how the next generation learns. As if there's only one right way to learn and they just happened to have used it. Silliness.
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comment Are modern IDE's a 'crutch'?
I see that too, but will it actually prevent them from reaching their full potential? Very unlikely. Yes, it rubs me the wrong way too because I also grew up doing everything manually without IDEs and that's how I learned. But who's to say the way they're learning is any worse?
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answered Are modern IDE's a 'crutch'?
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