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Actually React may call render method for an arbitrary amount of times without any obvious reason, programmers should program in a way that this doesn't break anything. — Mahdi 40 secs ago
 
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As it considers names, this is a valuable read — HoneyBadger 47 secs ago
 
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This site exists so programmers can help one another develop. If someone wrote the code for you, would it help you develop? No one knows everything. Even the most knowledgeable regulars (of which I am not one) ask the occasion question. There will be no question or answer here that exactly matches your requirement but all the components you need should be easy to find. — Tony Dallimore 25 secs ago
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facepalm I'm blind, thanks, I've lost hours with this stupid error. Classic programmers live — moliverac8 14 secs ago
 
 
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The time is 2020-04-01T12:00:00Z and @Duga is alive
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Welcome to Stack Overflow. Please read Open Letter to Students with Homework Problems. You can't just dump your problem statement here and expect us to do it for you. It's also a good idea to take the tour, read about what's on-topic in the help center, and How to Ask. — Chris 11 secs ago
 
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@MaxHeiber C++ stdlib does a good job IMO, though it gives the programmers so many options that I think it can be confusing. ObjC also does a good job. It's not automatic, but following well-established best practice will avoid problems. Rust has an excellent ownership model that is probably best in class for these problems, and Swift IMO is brilliant with its copy-on-write value types for most collections (though they make reasoning about performance very hard). In my experience Python and Perl are in the doghouse with JavaScript. I don't know PHP well enough to grade it. — Rob Napier 17 secs ago
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idownvotedbecau.se/imageofcode also, I know there are people left who actually photograph their screens with a camera, but programmers? Really? — ASDFGerte 32 secs ago
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Thank you @ndenkov. I would've guessed that. Do you know why Ruby decides to break the symmetry? Is this simply to be more approachable to programmers coming from other domains? Because well: my human expectation would be that we have this symmetry. — schmijos 34 secs ago
I'm not aware about emulators. Didn't surf in this direction. Asking for recommendation is off-topic on StackOverflow. I'd suggest to ask it on Software Recommendations, tag "automation". — Vasily Ryabov 28 secs ago
 
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Welcome to Stack Overflow. SO is a question and answer site for professional and enthusiast programmers. The goal is that you add some code of your own to your question to show at least the research effort you made to solve this yourself. — Cyrus 5 secs ago
 
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This is not intended as condescending or soap-boxing, it's a common "problem" with new programmers. (In my opinion, "most" analysts and people studying to be analysts are really not good programmers.) One of the hard parts of learning how to program in a new language is troubleshooting when (not if) things go wrong. What I'm suggesting is one technique to minimize complications. (A draconian step would be to periodically rm(list=ls()), re-source all files, and try again ... unfortunately if you forgot something, it's nuked and gone forever, so I don't recommend doing it that way.) — r2evans 35 secs ago
 
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There's no concensus in C programmers. — Barmar 18 secs ago
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@DavidRanieri He's concerned about other programmers, not the compiler. — Barmar 52 secs ago
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The time is 2020-04-01T18:00:00.008Z and @Duga is alive
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I'm voting to close this question because licensing advice is off-topic on Stack Overflow. You may be able to get help on SoftwareEngineering.SE, but read their faq carefully before proceeding. Legal questions may be asked on Law.SE. — Machavity 33 secs ago
you should probably ask such questions elsewhereBaby desta 27 secs ago
 
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concerned about programmers && compiler — AndyS 53 secs ago
 
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First of all I'm a learner and I'm refusing the attempts that seem not quite helpful. Also if you aren't giving your attempt to help me you are in the wrong page sir not me. Because here learners programmers and developer help each other with the bugs that their eyes cant see. Also I have learned that in programming there aren't "problems", but there are errors and bugs . — JPCommander 18 secs ago
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Welcome to Stackoverflow! Please see this Open letter to students with homework problems. — Weather Vane 24 secs ago
 
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@Maria I'm sure you and anyone who reads this answer, finds it extremely accurate and useful. So please, in order to motivate pair programmers to help you, be kind and award the answer, this way, the community is incentivized to collaborate with generosity. — digitai 35 secs ago
 
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This might be a better fit for Software Engineeringjuanpa.arrivillaga 1 min ago
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You were almost certainly downvoted because your question is not allowed per the site's rules. On Stack Overflow, questions asking for tool or library recommendations, tutorials, or other, off-site resources are off-topic. LIkewise, opinion-based questions such as "best" questions are also off-topic. There is a specific site for software recommendations, but they do have their own rules about topicality: softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/help/on-topicTylerH just now
 
 
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Mathieu Guindon vs. Simon Forsberg: 16269 diff. Year: -931. Quarter: +2. Month: +2. Week: -73. Day: +2.
 

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