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Anyway, that caching and state backing thing could use its own article.
But it's a technique, not a separate code library.
Should I publish a Tip & Trick entry with just the caching aspect of the TmdbApi explored, or do you have better ideas?
It sounds like it would fit better as an Article than as a Tip (unless I'm overestimating the amount you can write about it). But it doesn't matter that it's a technique instead of a code library... there's no problem whatsoever with writing an article about a technique.
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I'm thinking of getting a 3D printer for Christmas from Herself, so I'm looking at CAD packages and for that I need to measure stuff to design holders and so forth. Calipers are the way to do that, and to check manufacturer diagrams, where you can get them.
A little care and you can read 1/100th of a mm very easily and accurately. Or 2/73rds of an inch-pound/per gallon, if you prefer Imperial / Whitworth.
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