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asked What does 400kW(e) mean?
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awarded Popular Question
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comment What is going on with this string when I deserialise?
Guys I am really sorry about this I was looking in the wrong place, the problem is to do with encoding but is due to this... stackoverflow.com/questions/7137165/…
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comment What is going on with this string when I deserialise?
I have just added the entire JSON block to the question, that okay?
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revised What is going on with this string when I deserialise?
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comment What is going on with this string when I deserialise?
I did in the question. It starts life as a - and then turns into – after deserialisation. Sorry is this not clear?
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comment What is going on with this string when I deserialise?
so how do I fix it? it is happening both on windows 7 and windows server.
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asked What is going on with this string when I deserialise?
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awarded Notable Question
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comment How to use Passport.js and Node for Single Page App
no sorry I didn't I just gave up node is too hard!
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awarded Nice Question
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awarded Good Question
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comment Do I need to install ALL the service packs for visual studio or just the latest?
Sorry can I just confirm that the meaning of the word 'cumulative' in this context means that update 4 contains 1-3?
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accepted Do I need to install ALL the service packs for visual studio or just the latest?
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asked Do I need to install ALL the service packs for visual studio or just the latest?
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comment How do I stop a naming clash in angularJS?
Yeah but then that's just plain old javascript, just so happens I am lobbing it on an angular global variable not my own. I would prefer to use my own in that case and not couple to angular, unless angular is giving me DI with namespacing (which it really should). Angular is ok but like all frameworks they want you to get into bed with them and never leave.
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comment How do I stop a naming clash in angularJS?
Sounds like that is what I am going to have to do. I will have to create two modules so that the conflicts can be resolved in the middle. Oh dear angular doesn't lend itself to namespacing as well as just plain old javascript even!
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comment How do I stop a naming clash in angularJS?
Without going into detail, we are dealing with an app of medium size with a lot of debt, I do not want to refactor the entire thing in one go and need to be able to call the state 'Booking' too if possible.....if it's not possible then fine that's what I want to know....
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comment How do I stop a naming clash in angularJS?
@paul why should I? I want to use namepaces like any normal object orientated programmer would. Without going into detail they are both interpretations of the same thing, but one is state and one is a domain object.
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comment How do I stop a naming clash in angularJS?
@Sippy no it isn't! One is a state, one is a domain object! They are both the same name but the namespace gives them context! This is the whole reason namespaces exist in any language because you may have objects that need to be called the same thing but have different uses.
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