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Created by Ab on 6/13/2024 in #help
What does this error mean?
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Created by Ab on 6/12/2024 in #help
✅ Something is causing this to go into stack overflow
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Created by Ab on 2/13/2024 in #help
✅ Github Desktop - Can you switch accounts without messing things up?
Sorry if this is the wrong place/server for this question but it might be pretty basic anyway. I have two GitHub accounts, one of them being for work. I love using Github desktop but recently discovered you can only really have one (personal) account signed into it. I don't mind switching between accounts but I'm worried what will happen to the current state of my repositories the moment I sign off of the one I'm currently signed in to. Can I simply switch accounts freely and keep working on those accounts respective local/remote repos with no issue? Thanks!
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Created by Ab on 12/22/2023 in #help
Whose job is it to mutate an object? (Course Management project)
Let's say I've got two classes, a Course and a Student class. Let's say I want to add a Course to a student object. What's better design: student.enroll(course) or CourseManager.enroll(student, course) Basically should the responsibility of enrolling a course be given to the student or a separate CourseManager class
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Created by Ab on 11/10/2023 in #help
❔ ASP.NET - Why is the access to my project folder denied all of a sudden?
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Created by Ab on 9/20/2023 in #help
❔ Why does VS think I don't have node/npm?
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Created by Ab on 4/7/2023 in #help
❔ Windows Apps Resources
Does anyone know why some app devs choose to put app resources in folders within documents/user folder rather than just keep it all in the main app folder in C:/ ? Like how games sometimes put things in documents/My Games Is it a windows permissions thing? Or do they just do it by convention? Is it bad as a dev to just put it all in the main folder?
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Created by Ab on 2/15/2023 in #help
❔ Design Question
Let's say I've got a class Application which drives the program. And let's say during execution of the program, it makes regular calls to a class library I have. Now depending on the response from the library, it will change the state of the program.
The question is, should the library be able to change the state of the program directly? The way it would do this is by something like Application.stateChange(). I felt iffy about this because it means Application calls the library and the library calls Application. Is a better way to do this just that the library returns a status code?
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