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Is it preferred to use else or else-if for the final branch of a conditional


Is it preferred to use else or else-if for the final branch of a conditional

By : Ricky Alvarez
Date : November 17 2020, 11:58 AM
this will help You should know every execution path through your conditional logic regardless. That being said, a simple else for the remaining case is usually the most clear. If you only have an else if it makes the next guy scratch his head and wonder if you are missing something. If it makes you feel better to say "else what" then put an inline comment in else # n < 0
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Preferred (or recommended) way to store large amounts of simulation configurations, runs values and final results

Preferred (or recommended) way to store large amounts of simulation configurations, runs values and final results


By : Matt Rex
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help Separate concerns:
Apart from pondering on the technology to use for storing data (DBMS, CSV, or maybe one of the specific formats for scientific data), note that you have three very different kinds of data to manage:
If val is preferred over var in Scala should most object references in Java be marked final?

If val is preferred over var in Scala should most object references in Java be marked final?


By : Alaa Abdou
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . Certainly it's good practice to make class variables final in Java, encouraging immutability wherever possible.
As for whether local variables -- method parameters, etc. -- should be marked final when not necessary, that's a question of style. Personally, I feel it tends to clutter things when used, unless it's otherwise necessary (e.g. to make a variable accessible in an anonymous inner class).
How do I have conditional validation for conditional inputs with react-final-form?

How do I have conditional validation for conditional inputs with react-final-form?


By : Ashley Lauren Perez
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue Fair comments folks, it must've been late in the evening when I posted this.
MCVE example https://codesandbox.io/s/ymw0nvjy2j turns out to work fine, so must be something weird I've done in my app
Travis conditional deployment: deploy script with regexp for branch skipped with error `branch not permitted`

Travis conditional deployment: deploy script with regexp for branch skipped with error `branch not permitted`


By : user3001300
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. To run the deploy script conditionally, say only on branches matching a regular expression like release branches as ^release\/.*$, use condition field and concatenate multiple conditions using &&. The branch or branches field does not support regexp.
If branch or branches field is not specified, travis assumes its on master branch(or default branch). So be sure to include all_branches: true line in travis config.
code :
deploy:
  - provider: script
    script: bash myscript.sh
    verbose: true
    on:
      all_branches: true
      condition: $TRAVIS_BRANCH =~ ^release\/.*$ && $TRAVIS_OS_NAME = linux
Git merge testing branch (final commit) to master branch

Git merge testing branch (final commit) to master branch


By : Maria Holten
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? Various approaches are described in "Understanding the Git Workflow":
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