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Feb
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revised "Embed" an assembly 'A' in multiple libraries, so that a consumer cannot see A, but any of the libraries can
corrected reference example
Feb
21
accepted "Embed" an assembly 'A' in multiple libraries, so that a consumer cannot see A, but any of the libraries can
Feb
21
comment "Embed" an assembly 'A' in multiple libraries, so that a consumer cannot see A, but any of the libraries can
I think that sounds reasonable. The functions really are just helper methods (clamping numeric values, etc.) that I use frequently, but I don't want to expose as if they are features of the product. So this way I could fix bugs in them, release an update to each library, and it would fit into the general improvements category. So, the runtime would ensure that only a single copy of Core was being used across the assemblies?
Feb
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asked "Embed" an assembly 'A' in multiple libraries, so that a consumer cannot see A, but any of the libraries can
Feb
12
comment Is retro-programming on-topic?
Why would you think that those programming languages and techniques 'expire' somehow? What is the length of time, what is the usage graph, that determines when they expire? If you have a programming question, you should ask it here.
Feb
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awarded Critic
Feb
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comment Getting the recommended resolution for computer in Code
@SoMos People with vision impairments sometimes buy the monitor with the largest dimensions they can find, then crank down the resolution. In any case, it's possible, so better account for it.
Jan
29
comment Valid use of <q>, <blockquote> and <cite>
He could have cited the spec as a demonstration :)
Jan
29
comment Can text shadow enhance readability?
I considered the demonstration supplemental to my answer, but thanks for the improvements.
Jan
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awarded Critic
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awarded Teacher
Jan
27
answered Can text shadow enhance readability?
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awarded Nice Answer
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awarded Enlightened
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awarded Popular Question
Jan
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answered Styling first list items in nested lists
Dec
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comment How could gravity affect the expansion of the universe?
I get that. My point is that it seems like all the distortion would just add up to more stretching, not contraction. No post or comment has addressed this point so far, so I'll assume my question just doesn't make any sense. Thanks for your input though.
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awarded Supporter
Dec
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comment How could gravity affect the expansion of the universe?
Yes but at any scale, gravity works to distort space locally; I don't see how the expansion of the entire universe could be slowed by local distortions. Like a bread loaf, as it bakes, the entire thing expands; the seeds/grains in it may exert pull locally - even whole regions of the interior (clumps of seeds), but how could they negatively affect the entire expansion?
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