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Stacy Oneal commented on Hari Krishna's post 4 months

code size in general, inlining code will increase how much memory is used to load your program. This is because there will be multiple copies of the generated code scattered around your program. However, this isn't always true -- if your inlined function was only used once, there's little change, and if the inlined function is very small, you could get a net reduction in code size by removing the function call overhead. Also, the function may be reduced in size by the optimizer that's able to remove code that's not used in the particular inline invocation.

Stacy Oneal commented on Mirko Weisse's post 4 months

Is there a workaround for this or is this a common problem? It seems that the slider ui tries to round, floor or ceil the values, but this must NOT be done with handles that aren't moved at all. Instead, this should be done right after releasing a handle and ONLY with the used handle, not the one that hasn't been touched at all.

Stacy Oneal commented on Gibran Shah's post 4 months

We’re developing a web app and we’re wondering if there’s a way to prevent the user from inspecting the page or seeing the javascript. Most browsers have a console that you can open up and see the DOM elements and any scripts running on the page. Most of them even allow you to hover over variables and see the data, some of which might include database IDs and other private information. While we try to make as little sensitive/private information available as possible, the fact that users can inspect the page and view information behind the scenes is a bit of a security hole.

Stacy Oneal commented on sim.jain's post 5 months

we all create multiple PST Files to save our content regardless of the fact that management, as well as handling, is complicated. Merging of multiple PST Files into a solitary consolidate file offers the following benefits:

To avoid lost or accidental deletion
To save time by avoiding opening of each file repeatedly
To avoid sharing of files one by one which is a lengthy process

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You commented on Hari Krishna's post 4 months

code size in general, inlining code will increase how much memory is used to load your program. This is because there will be multiple copies of the generated code scattered around your program. However, this isn't always true -- if your inlined function was only used once, there's little change, and if the inlined function is very small, you could get a net reduction in code size by removing the function call overhead. Also, the function may be reduced in size by the optimizer that's able to remove code that's not used in the particular inline invocation.

You commented on Mirko Weisse's post 4 months

Is there a workaround for this or is this a common problem? It seems that the slider ui tries to round, floor or ceil the values, but this must NOT be done with handles that aren't moved at all. Instead, this should be done right after releasing a handle and ONLY with the used handle, not the one that hasn't been touched at all.

You commented on Gibran Shah's post 4 months

We’re developing a web app and we’re wondering if there’s a way to prevent the user from inspecting the page or seeing the javascript. Most browsers have a console that you can open up and see the DOM elements and any scripts running on the page. Most of them even allow you to hover over variables and see the data, some of which might include database IDs and other private information. While we try to make as little sensitive/private information available as possible, the fact that users can inspect the page and view information behind the scenes is a bit of a security hole.

You commented on sim.jain's post 5 months

we all create multiple PST Files to save our content regardless of the fact that management, as well as handling, is complicated. Merging of multiple PST Files into a solitary consolidate file offers the following benefits:

To avoid lost or accidental deletion
To save time by avoiding opening of each file repeatedly
To avoid sharing of files one by one which is a lengthy process

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