A weird question I think, but I think it could be a business.
If I ask "what is the basic algorithm of a Tetris game" in stackoverflow, soon there must comes out answers, and I can solve my question in free.
But what if I ask "I need a Tetris game code in Objective-C, in 3D", is there anyone gonn...
I'd like StackExchange to please block the ability to ping oneself manually in chat. I've been playing with that a little lately and it crashed my browser! (Safari 5, OS X 10.6.7)
I'm pretty sure that that's what crashed Safari because I tried to edit a "self-ping" and Safari crashed. I looked ...
If using LINQ you can pass a method directly to Select instead of making a lambda.
So, instead of
you can use
(Discovered recently when improving on one of Timwi's C# answers.)
I just added a standard "Open file" dialog to a small desktop app I'm writing, based on the JFileChooser entry of the Swing Tutorial. It's generating a window that looks like this:
but I would prefer to have a window that looks like this:
In other words, I want my file chooser to have Windo...
Vote to force-accept an answer for someone else's question
The fact is that we can't trust new users to accept answers when their problem is solved.
Sometimes the OP even adds a comment saying "Thanks, that solved my problem!" but it never accepts the answer a...
What do you guys think of having a visible warning for insecure code. So there could be a vote processes that would display a big red warning banner saying Warning: This code is insecure, be careful when using it
@ircmaxell get over it. Answers need down-votes. Without them, they're like hot-house tomato plants, thin, weak, unable to stand up to the wind and the sun. Down-votes make them strong, or kill off the weak. DOWN-VOTE!