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My ex-wife is descended from cows. She eats like she has nine stomachs.
".45 ACP - because shooting twice is just silly" - JSOP, 2010 ----- You can never have too much ammo - unless you're swimming, or on fire. - JSOP, 2010 ----- When you pry the gun from my cold dead hands, be careful - the barrel will be very hot. - JSOP, 2013
seals from dogs, and now this: 'Super human' evolution of 'Indonesian fish people' revealed: Tribe can dive 230ft and hold their breath for 13 minutes underwater after developing unusually large SPLEENS[^]
Reminds me of the movie Waterworld.
I am not the one who knocks. I never knock.
In fact, I hate knocking.
I did not see your other questions but from the two I did saw, I would suggest you to make things as simple as possible for us to understand. You have been working on a certain requirement for a while and that would affect you choice of words while framing a question. However, you need to understand that people at CP do not know your requirements so they will need to know what you are looking for in a very simple way. For instance, I can frame a question like
How to disable response access for benutzer when verwalter changes audit entry field?
In my mind this is perfect question as I am aware of requirements. But I might not get many responses. Instead, I might choose to ask the same thing probably like this:
We have an ASP.Net MVC based application. The administrator can make changes to live application which affect the UI. How to send those changes to connected users in real time? Perhaps server push?
This should follow with a simple and to the point code sample showing what I have tried already and also explaining the approach I am try to go with.
Don't hold me accountable if even the second one does not make sense.