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This question can be asked on Software Recommendations SE: softwarerecs.stackexchange.comEnd Antisemitic Hate 22 secs ago
 
9:51 AM
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This is not a question for stack overflow but more for software enginering, try posting your question there — lee-pai-long 5 secs ago
 
10:20 AM
Are you looking for software recommendations then? — Barry the Platipus 49 secs ago
 
 
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11:25 AM
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2:29 PM
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programmers stack exchange which I think is now incorrectly named software engineering covers the hypothetical and long discussions without answers. — old_timer 5 secs ago
 
 
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5:02 PM
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I don't know what that means. Are you saying you don't actually know how to write code? This site is for programmers...we do expect that you have some basic foundational knowledge and can interact with us meaningfully and answer questions, do prior research, apply information you're given etc. We're not a free troubleshooting service for non-programmers. All we can tell you about your problem is that your PHP code is trying to read data from a table in your data which doesn't actually exist in the database it's connected to. — ADyson 22 secs ago
 
5:40 PM
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@PasserBy doesn't anything that currently doesn't work smell fishy? I could of asked with the bottom paragraphs leading, but then only have to type out the tops ones with "tried that and here is why it didn't work." In the end, software engineering questions are complex and usually lead to lengthy discussion. I think it's inevitable. — Christopher Pisz 22 secs ago
 
5:59 PM
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It really only needs looking up operator specifications. What makes this tricky in an exam situation is that many people in many contexts (other than programmers reading C code) think "power of". You really need to get that out of your mind when doing C. — Yunnosch just now
 
6:16 PM
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Welcome to stackoverflow! Please note that we will not solve the problem for you, we would rather help you fixing or enhancing your current solution. As it states, this question is not suitable for stackoverflow. Please read softwareengineering.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/6166/…pochopsp 21 secs ago
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This is a question for softwareengineering.stackexchange.com rather than SO. But it doesn't look to discuss it in broad terms any way as this is specific to the implementation. If this looks like a good case for global stores then use them. Why does it have vue-query tag? This is a specific library, not just something related to vue and queries — Estus Flask 51 secs ago
 
 
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10:57 PM
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I isolated the validation in a function: private async Task<ErrorOr<StopInformation>> GetStopInformationOrErrorAsync( int domainId, int stopId, CancellationToken cancellationToken = default) as described in the book Code That Fits in Your Head: Heuristics for Software Engineering. This function validates the business rules and returns either StopInformation or errors. — Adoulou just now
 
11:08 PM
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I isolated the validation in a function: private async Task<ErrorOr<StopInformation>> GetStopInformationOrErrorAsync( int domainId, int stopId, CancellationToken cancellationToken = default). This function validates the business rules and returns either StopInformation or errors. Like decomposition chapter of the book Code That Fits in Your Head: Heuristics for Software Engineering — Adoulou 41 secs ago
 

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