Don Solomon

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Recent posts by Don Solomon

IBM 3270 DataStream w/TPUT and TGET (SVC 93).
11 years ago
I can't figure this logic out....went from "F" to "G" and "G" to "F". I would have asked for a requirements document.
11 years ago
Use the Chain of Responsibility pattern.
Software development is an exercise in thinking not coding.


Coding takes 20% of your time. Managing customer/client expectations takes 80% of your time. The 80/20 rule will eliminate any surprises for both you and your client.
11 years ago
I recommend that you study the core fundamental property of Polymorphism. Very important concept/behavior.

This concept allows one to change behavior without changing interface. Thanks, Don
11 years ago
Try this...

11 years ago
Yes, when a method in class B overrides a method in class A. When class A envokes a method in class A that has been overridden by class B, the class B method will execute. In reference to your original question.
11 years ago
import java.awt.*

Toolkit tk=Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit();
tk.beep();
11 years ago
Possibly a quick sketch of a producer/consumer pattern would have all you needed. And note along with that stating the pattern is bounded to consider cpu resources.
11 years ago
I agree with you, Andre. Definitely an event/notification solution.
11 years ago
There are two issues. 1) the getObject() method is going to have return type issues and 2) class CT and class SCT know nothing about classes A and B and their instance variable x. That's what I can make of what you have written.
11 years ago
Pat, very good. Doesn't matter how you position a round manhole cover, it will never fall in. That was a question that I was asked on an interview. I am glad I knew the answer.
11 years ago
Why are manhole covers round?
11 years ago
Sounds like to me you need to perform a Workflow analysis and not the details of software development. More importantly, a manual process is going to be replaced with automation. What you are taking about is the possible elimination of jobs in the registrar. Most of the time this is not well received by employees or even management. You can make lots of enemies very fast. Just be sure that this is something that has been requested from upper management and not just some brainstorm you had.
I thought we were talking about a Safety Restraint System. That is what it says on my Toyota steering wheel (SRS).

Glad we got that cleared up.