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Questions about problem solving and planning for a solution through software design.

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useful categorization of exceptions: You could argue you only want to catch "exogenous" ones, except ... C# the language and the design of the .NET framework exceptions make it impossible to "catch …
answered Dec 9 '14 by Martin Ba
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First, as others have stated, things are not that clear cut in C++, IMHO mostly because the requirements and restraints are somewhat more varied in C++ than other languages, esp. C# and Java, that hav …
answered Jul 11 '16 by Martin Ba
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At our site, we maintain a range of projects over VS2010 and VS2015 (concurrently). This works OK, obviously you have to double compile stuff and make sure the VS2010 compiler doesn't cough on any new …
answered Nov 15 '17 by Martin Ba