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Symbols as extensible enums

, 25 Feb 2014 MIT
Use the Symbol class for enum-like values that can be extended by other classes.

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10 - publicly available Yes 26-Feb-14 8:59 Available Sean Ewington
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9 No 25-Feb-14 13:59 Available Qwertie
Updates in content. Changes: 455
8 No 25-Feb-14 11:04 Available Marco Bertschi
Updates in content. Changes: 42
7 No 24-Feb-10 18:29 Available Smitha Vijayan
6 No 14-Dec-09 16:41 Composing Smitha Vijayan
5 No 14-Dec-09 17:41 Composing Qwertie
4 No 14-Dec-09 16:41 Composing Qwertie
3 No 14-Dec-09 16:23 Composing Qwertie
2 No 14-Dec-09 14:28 Composing Qwertie
1 No 14-Dec-09 14:19 Composing Qwertie

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