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The time is 2015-09-08T00:00:00.001Z and @Duga is alive
 
12:21 AM
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Don't feel bad, I saw the same error in a rarely used path in what was considered to be old and stable code made by a team of programmers, only to get triggered by a special sequence of events used in a later system test. — rcgldr 28 secs ago
 
12:45 AM
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Why the downvote? I assume it's not because it's off-topic. Questions regarding "software tools commonly used by programmers;" are allowed. — River Satya 1 min ago
 
1:12 AM
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2:00 AM
The time is 2015-09-08T02:00:00Z and @Duga is alive
 
3:33 AM
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You might have better luck on programmers.stackexchange.comRob 48 secs ago
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What have you tried? Do you have any existing code? We don't write code for you; this is a Q&A site for programmers, not a solutions resource. — Qix 50 secs ago
 
4:00 AM
The time is 2015-09-08T04:00:00Z and @Duga is alive
 
4:55 AM
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SO is not a code writing service, it is a Q&A site for professional / amateur programmers. If you want already working code, search the googles, or try going to github.com and performing your search there, where you will find a program to do what you are asking for. — xxfelixxx 1 min ago
 
 
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6:00 AM
The time is 2015-09-08T06:00:00Z and @Duga is alive
 
6:29 AM
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@Alexander It has more to do with computer science than programming, but is less likely to be known by name to computer scientists, who spend time researching new methods, than programmers, who stick to tried and true methods, hence the question belonging here. Also, I'm familiar with the theory, but after hours of googling I still can't seem to find the function name I am looking for. — TheEnvironmentalist 48 secs ago
 
6:53 AM
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My vote is for "before closing application tag." Programmers do silly mistakes! — Tejasvi Hegde 23 secs ago
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another answer kinda same as @jmcilhinney answer : programmers.stackexchange.com/a/108681/182139M.kazem Akhgary 54 secs ago
 
 
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8:00 AM
The time is 2015-09-08T08:00:00Z and @Duga is alive
 
8:24 AM
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Hi @geo_dd, you just deleted your question on Programmers (correctly, this was off topic over there). Anyway Here the solution if you still need it: — thorsten müller 22 secs ago
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8:43 AM
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It's a "too broad" Q&A , try to define which UI component you will use. ( jquery, angular, datatables jq... pure html & css ) . For server side, you can resolve only with .net native code. And... Don't test the patience of this community: You must make the effort to create a piece of code and if necessary create a new question. Check programmers.stackexchange.com for revision code. — Mate 1 min ago
 
9:17 AM
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It certainly can be normal, it is not uncommon for an app to use the current mouse position instead of the position in the WM_LBUTTONDOWN message. Programmers expect them to be the same. Best to add a MOUSEEVENTF_MOVE event as well. — Hans Passant 59 secs ago
 
10:00 AM
The time is 2015-09-08T10:00:00.004Z and @Duga is alive
 
10:10 AM
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I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's not really a programming question. It may fit on programmers.stackexchange.com, check their help centre. — deceze 34 secs ago
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They mean the exact same thing. "Win32" is the legacy name for 32-bit projects, it made sense 20 years ago. Back when everybody stopped creating Win16 programs. Microsoft has been trying to get rid of it, substituting x86 instead. Not that easy when the term has been used by programmers for that long. VS2015 gets it almost right. — Hans Passant 52 secs ago
 
10:42 AM
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See here (if my understanding is correct the current answer is wrong): programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/236060/…Daniel Stanley 1 min ago
 
 
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11:56 AM
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check this for more tips, hope helps some one. — stom 1 min ago
The time is 2015-09-08T12:00:00Z and @Duga is alive
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check this for more tips, and this and this for visual studio 2013 performance issue, hope helps some one. — stom 1 min ago
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"Stack Overflow is for professional and enthusiast programmers, people who write code because they love it. We feel the best Stack Overflow questions have a bit of source code in them, but if your question generally covers… a specific programming problem, or a software algorithm, or software tools commonly used by programmers; and is a practical, answerable problem that is unique to software development … then you’re in the right place to ask your question!" I will rephrase my question slightly in order to fit this condition. — Valafar 43 secs ago
 
12:35 PM
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No that is not my question, question is how much should I know from a programmers perspective, and please explain the things that I should know. — Sreekanth Karumanaghat 26 secs ago
 
1:06 PM
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this is something qualified programmers have a decent job on, not something to hand out, or even to explain in a single SO answer. — Stultuske 27 secs ago
 
1:44 PM
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really? Array.filter and Array.indexOf should be the bread and butter of newbie javascript programmers — Jaromanda X 1 min ago
 
2:00 PM
The time is 2015-09-08T14:00:00Z and @Duga is alive
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Please ask a question, this is not a site where you can hire programmers to write or debug your code. — Hans Passant 1 min ago
 
 
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4:00 PM
The time is 2015-09-08T16:00:00.004Z and @Duga is alive
 
4:21 PM
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@NenadBulatovic The main difference is readability: lock = new Object() is instantly recognizable as an idiom by most programmers who dealt with safe synchronization, while lock = new Boolean(...) lacks such recognition. On top of that, some programmers will doubt that you know what you are doing until they run a search on Stack Overflow, and see answers to this very question ;-) — dasblinkenlight 18 secs ago
 
4:47 PM
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Looks off-topic here, since this isn't a programming question. Maybe you can look in other stackexchange sites such as programmers. — Cong Ma 22 secs ago
 
5:08 PM
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@CongMa It would also be off topic on Programmers (I don't think it's on topic on any Stack Exchange site). Also, "isn't a programming question" is debatable, it's probably best to just say asking for a book recommendation is off topic (or perhaps copy something from the help center). — Dukeling 50 secs ago
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Usually novice js programmers get tripped up by not understanding the asynchronous nature of AJAX calls. If there's async code in the example you've posted, I'm not seeing it. — Jared Smith 58 secs ago
 
5:30 PM
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Hi Ananda, I tried to simply it with thought that non-biology programmers can address it. The goal is to create an NCBI search query to use with entrez_search(db = "pubmed", term = query, retmax = 20). I am trying to generate the query in R, similar to how we query pubmed. For instance, When you search (Oct4[TIAB], human[species], Stem cells [TIAB], review [PTYP], 2000 [PDAT]:2015 [PDAT]). It results in all the publications, that have Oct4 listed in Title/ Abstract, between years 2000:20015, in species type Human, and of Publication Type review. entrez_search, recognizes the abrv. — user5249203 41 secs ago
 
6:00 PM
The time is 2015-09-08T18:00:00.001Z and @Duga is alive
 
6:23 PM
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^^ I wish programmers actually knew what words like opinion-based mean lol — timpone 50 secs ago
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The worst part of this whole topic is that the people who hate singletons rarely give concrete suggestions for what to use instead. The links to journal articles and self-published blogs all through this SO article, for example, go on and on about why not to use singletons (and they're all excellent reasons), but they're extremely slim on replacements. Lots of handwaving, though. Those of us trying to teach new programmers why not to use singletons don't have many good, concrete, counterexamples to point to. It's wearying. — Ti Strga 34 secs ago
 
 
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7:55 PM
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@CongMa this question is a very poor fit for Programmers - it would be quickly voted down and closed over there, see meta.programmers.stackexchange.com/a/6488/40980 Recommended reading: What goes on Programmers.SE? A guide for Stack Overflowgnat 41 secs ago
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@deceze this question is a very poor fit for Programmers - it would be quickly voted down and closed over there, see Open letter to students with homework problems. Recommended reading: What goes on Programmers.SE? A guide for Stack Overflowgnat 1 min ago
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@Rob this question is a very poor fit for Programmers - it would be quickly voted down and closed over there, see Why do 'some examples' and 'list of things' questions get closed? Recommended reading: What goes on Programmers.SE? A guide for Stack Overflowgnat 54 secs ago
The time is 2015-09-08T20:00:00Z and @Duga is alive
 
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^^ that's what happens when you restart @Duga when she's in the middle of something
 
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Your argument is flawed. The problem with it is it works both ways and doesn't add any advantage. You say, to solve this, just always write table.column, since you are already writing table_column. Well, you can also say just write table_column because you are already writing table.column. In other words, there is no difference between your answer other than it introduces possible errors and doesn't enforce conventions. It's the reason we have a 'private' keyword'. We could trust programmers to always use class variables correctly, but the keyword enforces it and eliminates possible errors. — dallin 3 mins ago
 
11:29 PM
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@Blastfurnace I could but that would be less readable and reduce the granularity when debugging. For experienced programmers that would be fine but with newer programmers the more granular the program is the better, just so they can debug easier. — Serdalis 43 secs ago
 
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@IInspectable: minor quibble, for the record - SIGINT is in fact emulated by the Microsoft C runtime (but only for console applications). It isn't supported, but last time I checked at least the emulation was still in place. If you register a SIGINT handler, it will run when control-C is pressed. (The reason it isn't supported is that it runs in the "wrong" thread, violating the expectations of UNIX programmers.) — Harry Johnston 30 secs ago
 

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