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Aug
31
comment What Am I? - My First Riddle: With jolt or breath, I dine with death
Did you bend the rules of spelling ("lecturn") intentionally?
Aug
31
comment Broken link from Moderator Pro Tempore page to Theory of Moderation page
blog.stackexchange.com/2010/07/2009/05/a-theory-of-moderation certainly doesn't pass the eye test.
Aug
28
revised _fullpath vs GetFullPathName
deleted 322 characters in body
Aug
26
comment Don't show deleted posts by default
If it helps, you won't see any posts deleted by spam/offensive flags unless you click through to their history.
Aug
26
comment 10 Million Questions - Let's Share Some Stories That the Number Doesn't Convey
All of my favorite answers of this kind have been deleted because the questions were bad or off-topic.
Aug
25
awarded Nice Answer
Aug
24
reviewed Looks Good Does having an afro hairstyle have an advantage in doing headers?
Aug
24
reviewed Looks Good What is Germany's national sport or sports?
Aug
24
reviewed Leave Open Houston Texans offense
Aug
24
comment Houston Texans offense
Very well done.
Aug
24
awarded Caucus
Aug
13
awarded Yearling
Aug
13
awarded Yearling
Aug
4
awarded Pundit
Jul
31
comment Why don't German workers ask for the money they deserve?
Title is a loaded question.
Jul
30
revised How to get a string width
deleted 1 character in body
Jul
29
comment Java multiline string
@TudorManole: Each time you use the + operator on Strings (not counting string constants) the compiler turns that into a three-step process: (1) creating a new StringBuilder object, (2) appending both Strings to it, and (3) using toString() to turn it back into a String. That is not something you want to do inside a loop. If you need a loop, you generally want to set up a single StringBuilder first and then append() to it inside the loop. That way there's just the one object and it doesn't do all that extra copying. See stackoverflow.com/a/7819127 for a slightly longer version.
Jul
29
revised String concatenation in Java - when to use +, StringBuilder and concat
quoted quote; turned code into valid Java; linked book
Jul
28
reviewed Reviewed Why is there no American team in Formula One?
Jul
28
revised Why is there no American team in Formula One?
added 17 characters in body; edited title
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