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How can it be to have hardcoded strings?

Hi,

I really do NOT understand how a developer, or rather somebody who beliefs he's a developer, can implement hardcoded strings in its code or templates like domain names etc. Select image: ocf_emoticons/constipated

That's really absolutely crazy! Select image: ocf_emoticons/lol

Crazy greetings

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I do not understand how a human, or rather someone who believes he's human, can make a statement like that without supporting evidence? hehe
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He he. Well the W3C DTD URLs, and similar things are hard-coded because those obviously are static and assumed standards. But I couldn't think what else. Unless he was looking in the cache folder, of which compiled stuff goes.


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It's rather humorous to juxtapose the initial post by an unknown against the appreciation of Scott Liewehr, a known entity in the world of CMSes.

If rblock has a legitimate complaint, then he should come back here and identify the issue. If it exists, I suspect Chris would fix it right away. Otherwise, rblock owes Chris an a big-time apology for his remarks.

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