Why Multiple Inheritance is discouraged?
Dec27

Why Multiple Inheritance is discouraged?

Welcome to CodeSpread! Hi Guys, This is Sathish Again,Today we will discuss why most of the higher languages eliminates Multiple Inheritance? Most of you guys already know that multiple inheritance is not available for development but what you might not know is the reason as why it is not possible. First of all,we will revisit few basics of inheritance. What is Inheritance? Wikipedia says “In object-oriented programming (OOP),...

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Code Quality : Myth or Reality
Dec18

Code Quality : Myth or Reality

What is Quality? Generic definition of Quality “The standard of something as measured against other things of a similar kind; the degree of excellence of something” . So what i can add here is that quality can be measured only by comparing an item with someone of the same origin. It’s an iterative process which keeps on evolving so as to achieve a better of its own kind. Phew! Complicated? Really, There can not be a definite...

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Asp.Net: More about Cookies

We have seen, how our cookies looks in our last article Cookies Part 1. In this article, we will talk about their properties,limitations and technical part. Properties and Limitations Cookies are associated with website and not single pages. Cookie is stored in our system as Text File. They are stored in plain text format i.e. no encryption. Their size on disk is limited to 4096 bytes. so only identifiers and ids are stored, big...

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Asp.Net: Hidden Truth of Cookies

I know there are several articles on cookies as what are they? and how can they be created? but i always wanted to know more about them. My questions were where they are stored? how to track their expiry? If they contain user centric information then Can they be encrypted? Lets explore each of my question then we will go more into coding part of cookies. I remember the first definition of cookie that i learned “Cookie is a text file...

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Concepts: S O L I D

SOLID – Object oriented programming principles. May be its easy to forget these principles  but for creating a reusable code or maintainable code, people will always have to come back and check these principles for robust design. Today, We will explore these principles, not in terms of definition or meaning but why they are required or how they can help in designing our system. S –Single responsibility principle Wikipedia...

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