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possible answer invalidation by mickmackusa on question by cRiSs rOcCa: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/278052/revisions
possible answer invalidation by mickmackusa on question by cRiSs rOcCa: codereview.stackexchange.com/posts/278052/revisions
 
 
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Q: How can I simplify this modifier?

c-anThe original code is this. modifier = if (label != null) { modifier // Merge semantics at the beginning of the modifier chain to ensure padding is // considered part of the text field. .semantics(mergeDescendants = true) {} ...

 
 
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This would be better on the Code Review stack exchange site. — tgdavies 32 secs ago
 
8:30 AM
@Duga Completely unsuited here, but question deleted so unable to comment. Watch out for it arriving here... :-(
@Duga Whitespace only; answers unaffected.
 
 
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Q: Js vanilla button - does it make sense

santyanjButton component that I really would like to be perfect, but I'm not confident about it. Should I keep working on it or start over? import Emitter from '../../modules/emitter'; export default class Button { emitter = new Emitter(this); #iconElementLoading; #iconElementLeft; #iconElement...

 
Questions about improving working code are off-topic here. The question may be on-topic at codereview.stackexchange.com, but be sure to read their help before posting. — T.J. Crowder 38 secs ago
 
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Extra advice if you intend to at Code Review can be found in A guide to Code Review for Stack Overflow users. Some things are done differently over there - e.g. question titles should simply say what the code is for, as the question is always, "How can I improve this?". Be sure that the code works correctly; include your unit tests if possible. You'll likely get some suggestions on making it more efficient, easier to read, and better tested. — Toby Speight 27 secs ago
 
 
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Q: React Native app custom Loading while fetching data Component -need for refactoring?

juliascodingI have a loading component (shown while fetching data for example), thats suppose to start not immediate start and stop at a specified amount of time. Then a popup will be shown saying "something went wrong" and redirect to the Home screen will happen. Its all workign and i would just be happy fo...

 
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Q: Payment Service with Java, Spring

Gl.kAt the interview, they gave such a code, it was necessary to find flaws public class PaymentService { @Autowired private PaymentRepository paymentRepository; @Autowired private FeeRepository feeRepository; @Autowired private UserRepository userRepository; private Not...

 
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Q: 2-Player Chess in WinForms V.2 (With Separation of Concerns)

ShinglingtonIntroduction After getting initial feedback on my first working version of this Chess WinForms game here, I have used the suggestions and comments from there to come up with this new version, trying to follow the MVC design pattern. Here is the Github repo (as of writing, is under the Separating_...

 
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You should use code Review stack, not SO — Leandro Bardelli 49 secs ago
 
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Q: IEnumerable<T>.Tee implementation

Dennis_EI am trying to write A C# version of a method in the Java Stream API called Collectors.teeing() (It's like Aggregate but with multiple accumulator functions), just for educational purposes. I want to make sure that I: don't enumerate the source more than once (because that is trivial) don't stor...

 
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Azure DevOps (Server) Pipelines are interesting, just getting into the new world pretty late lol
 
 
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I’m voting to close this question because it is better suited for codereview.stackexchange.comAbhijit Sarkar 25 secs ago
@AbhijitSarkar While this may be on-topic on CR, in the future, please don't use the existence of the Code Review site as a reason to close a question. Evaluate the request and use a reason like Needs more focus, primarily opinion-based, etc. Then you can mention to the OP that it can be posted on Code Review if it is on-topic. Please see Does being on-topic at another Stack Exchange site automatically make a question off-topic for Stack Overflow?Sᴀᴍ Onᴇᴌᴀ 51 secs ago
 
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If you forgive me for saying it, this strikes me as better suited for codereview.stackexchange.com. That is for working code for which you are soliciting design/implementation recommendations/opinions. StackOverflow is for reproducible programming problems that lend themselves to specific answers (ideally, those that are backed up by official citations, documentation references, etc.). This is question is likely to produce opinion-based answers. When you post to codereview.stackexchange.com, feel free to add a link here in comments. — Rob 19 secs ago
Also, a recommendation when you do post on codereview.stackexchange.com: Here on StackOverflow, we’re generally looking for a minimal, reproducible example, just something that manifests the problem at hand. But on codereview.stackexchange.com we tend to focus on actual code, not hypothetical examples. (I.e., you wouldn’t generally post code snippets on codereview.stackexchange.com that include ellipses like you have on loadSavedPosts, etc.) — Rob 14 secs ago
Since you have working code, the question might be better suited for Code Review. Note that Code Review requires a copy of working code in the question. codereview.stackexchange.com/tour , see the "What topics can I ask about here?" and "How do I ask a good question?" links near the top of that page. — Old Dog Programmer 34 secs ago
 
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Q: Arduino library to simplify differential drive robots

eccentricOrangeI've written code for an Arduino library to abstract away some of the underlying logic in a particular way of moving robots. Code is posted after explanations. I'm not assuming a high degree of familiarity here so, I'll include abstracts from the README that will allow you to understand what the...

 
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@Rob You might find this link helpful in the future A guide to Code Review for Stack Overflow users. — pacmaninbw 47 secs ago
 
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Q: SwiftUI MVVM when dealing with Arrays

DanI'm trying to understand how I should structure my code using SwiftUI in MVVM kind of fashion. I have several screens, each with their own array of Posts. (Think Instagram) However, each array could contain the same Post as the other arrays. This has lead me to creating a global Store with a dict...

 

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