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The Name Derives from the Program/Process Created to Read it The most interesting answer I found on the subject suggest that the name of the language came as a result of the name of the program written to translate it to machine code. Quora.com user David Gish, who stated: "In the very early days of computing, programmers wrote code in binary machine ...


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The term of test driven development is borrowed from XP which leads us directly to Kent Beck. Browsing through specialised literature shows that the terms of TDD, test driven design, test first programming and similar terms only emerge after Beck's book. TDD is very different from annotations on a punch card or software reliability and quality practices ...


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I don't have a definitive answer, but I believe that the concept of "width" is too hard to rigorously define within HTML/CSS for inline elements. Block level elements are defined such that their contents are enclosed in a box and (unless you do funny things like negative dimensions) that box only contains the content of that block-level element and its ...


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