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  1. In Topic: frameworks/general design flow

    Posted 21 Jul 2013

    When starting a new PHP project, I'll usually go one of two routes depending on the scale of the project. If it's a small project (just a couple of pages), I'll just forgo a framework altogether and just put together some crude pages that pass tolerably for MVC only in the sense that they keep logic separate from the client UI.

    The moment I have to worry about scalability and any decent number of pages, however, my framework of choice is Laravel. It's an efficient framework that is a great deal "lighter" than, say, Fuel or Django, but manages to supply many of the features I like in a framework. I really like the overall layout of code behind-the-scenes, and the supplied libraries are very effective, particularly its solution to ORM.
  2. In Topic: What does an int default at?

    Posted 9 Apr 2013

    pbl really has the best solution here.

    But to answer the original question of what an int defaults to, the answer is really nothing. When you initialize a variable like you did without assigning it a value at any point and try to use it as an argument or as part of an expression, etc. then the program won't even compile. Also, you can't compare int primitives to null since int isn't actually an object to be in a null-state, it's just a data primitive.
  3. In Topic: ISP's watching what you download?

    Posted 6 Apr 2013

    Well, it would. But spyware like that doesn't simply exist from ISPs (that we know of, at least.)

    You wouldn't just get a copyright notice from ripping it - for that matter, if you did, I suggest you get a good lawyer, but I have a feeling that's not the entire story here. If your ISP sent you a notice about it, that means at some point you received or sent that movie over the internet and either the MPAA or other publishing company noticed you were seeding the torrent and contacted your ISP about it. The point of an ISP is that they deal in your Internet access. Anything you just do on your computer without network activity shouldn't ever be noticed by them. Heck, even if they did notice it, they likely wouldn't care. See Lemur's post.

    I don't really want to flat out call tpaskell a liar... but his current story seems really unlikely.

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    AthenaDX Icon

    12 Nov 2012 - 09:22
    Your frog hypnotised me into coming on your profile. @_@
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    creativecoding Icon

    06 Mar 2012 - 10:19
    Where'd you go, Supercorey?
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    no2pencil Icon

    04 Mar 2012 - 21:22
    I set his profile to my home page.
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    DimitriV Icon

    14 Nov 2011 - 17:32
    It's probably that he keeps viewing his own profile. I do that heaps.
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    creative code monkey Icon

    07 Oct 2011 - 05:27
    how DID you get so many views?
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    hulla Icon

    26 Sep 2011 - 09:30
    Cool avatar.
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    EnvXOwner Icon

    22 Jul 2011 - 19:50
    Thanks for the help on Lithium today man.
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    EnvXOwner Icon

    11 Jul 2011 - 11:00
    wow, nice frog thing avatar.
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