support is iffy. It does exist, though. Google around and you'll find
some stuff about it.
Oh wow, it's the Windows 3.1 event loop all over again.
You got any better ideas? But yes, that appears to be exactly what's going on.
I have (in java) an abstract base class.
I have a class2 that extends base class.
I have a class3 that extends class2.
I have overridden method1 in both class2 and class3.
in class3.method1, I call super.method1 and the error I get is that I can't directly call the abstract method in baseclass.
but I don't want to, I just want to go one level up, not all the levels up.
How to do that?
turns out there was a typo in class2.method1 so it didn't pick it up as a parent, so the next parents was in fact the abstract class.
You got any better ideas?
You can't get more 'fat' than a browser.
Aug 4 2010 4:38pm from Ford II @uncnsrd
yes you can. I mean I see what you're saying, but you could write a
better all purpose fat client.
Right, like what Google is working on ....
Subject: Visual Fox Pro Connection
I need to connect a Visual Fox Pro database to Access. Has anybody done this successfully? If so, what are the steps?
As I went to hit save, I got an error saying that the case had been updated by somebody while I was writing my comment so by the time I hit save my state was stale, and I should click here to refresh.
Of course refreshing blows away your comment.
This having been the third time this happened to me, I thought I'd try something else, and I hit the back button instead, the browser is usually pretty good about reproducing state.
So when you go to hit save on salesforce, you're basically gambling on whether or not you're going to lose your work.
Certainly plenty of blame goes to salesforce, but there's some to be doled out in the inherently flawed design of the web, or at least what it's turned into.
My coworker suggested that I do what he does: write everything in notepad then cut and paste when you're done.
Do I have to say it? Sure I do.
Having been burned by the same issue a bazillion times, I do the same.
Really need to replace this shitty web thing, and what google is planning on doing isn't any better.
For those who still think runtime VM optimization is always worse,
But then again, if you wrote a good to-the-native-processor back end you'd get the same thing, and I think they're argument against that was "It's hard."
So if you're not willing to do it the right way, sure LLVM sounds like a great 1st choice. :-)
Building a high performance compiler backend is a huge amount of work,
Well, yes, it is, but the tradeoff is you end up with a good product.
what was that column for haskel on that matrix how programmers see each others?
I'm not sure what the icon is for "broke down old computational monadologists".