NPR’s Noah Adams rides along with the Idaho State Police and learns the answers to questions like what you should do when you are pulled over, and why the first thing the officer does is touch your car.
In response to my description of how you can
use the #error directive to check
whether the compiler even sees you,
some commenters proposed alternatives.
I never claimed that my technique was the only one,
just that it was another option available to you.
This past winter, my furnace failed catastrophically. (The furnace repair person told me that when furnaces fail, it tends to be catastrophic failure.) It was a few days before everything was back in order, and the very day everything was working again,
Commenter Gabe suggested that the shortcut file should contain a bit that indicates whether the target of the shortcut is a folder, so that shortcuts to folders can sort with real folders. “That would allow them to sort properly without doing any additional work beyond that required to see its icon.”
When your component depends on another component in the project, and that other component is missing features you need, you have a few ways of resolving the situation. Most people would recommend working with the people responsible for the other component during the project planning phase and coming to some sort of understanding about what you require from them and when they might be able to provide it,
It seems that nearly every privacy statement somebody sends me doesn’t actually protect my privacy. They start out saying all sorts of great things, like
Company X is committed to maintaining the privacy of its customers.
After the section listing what information they collect,
Why, the Inspector Gadget, of course.
Computer geeks think they’re so clever.
The Seattle International Film Festival is under way, and you get only one chance to see Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death, featuring our favorite inventor/cheese-aficionado and his trusty sidekick on their latest animated adventure.
Be there on Saturday morning,
Commenter Kevin Eshbach asks why you cannot programatically change the text centering style of an edit control after the control has been created.
The edit control is one of the original window manager controls, so it comes with a lot of history.
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