Should the order of import statements matter when importing a .so?

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Should the order of import statements matter when importing a .so?
Tag : cpp , By : user133834
Date : November 24 2020, 05:47 AM

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Does the order of cases matter in PHP switch statements?

Tag : php , By : Brownell
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue This is likely going to be called a micro optimisation. I don't believe there would be a large difference.
However, order does mean a lot to the logic of the switch case if you allow the cases to fall through, example
switch ($var) {

    case 0:
    case 1:
    case 2:


Why does order of T-SQL where statements matter?

Tag : sql , By : SilverRuby
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue It has nothing to do with the actual SQL execution. Unlike most languages you know, T-SQL does not have boolean operator short circuit1 and concepts like 'running ands before ors' make no sense, the order of evaluation is entirely driven by the query optimizer decisions and the may end up being completely different from what you write, or what you expect.
The expression rewrite you see seems to be entirely an artifact of the SSMS query designed internal parser.

SQL CASE: Does the order of the WHEN statements matter?

Tag : sql , By : CM.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue Yes, the order of the case statements does matter. The first matching row will be the one returned.
So, this statement:
(CASE WHEN phone = '(202) 555-5555' AND last_name = 'Smith' and first_name = 'John' THEN 1
      WHEN phone = '(202) 555-5555' AND last_name = 'Smith' THEN 2
      WHEN phone = '(202) 555-5555' THEN 3
(CASE WHEN phone = '(202) 555-5555' THEN 3
      WHEN phone = '(202) 555-5555' AND last_name = 'Smith' THEN 2
      WHEN phone = '(202) 555-5555' AND last_name = 'Smith' and first_name = 'John' THEN 1

Why does the order of statements in an 'or' condition matter?

Tag : python , By : arbeitandy
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue This is because in python, as in most programming languages, the operators or and and short circuit. For example, if the left hand side of or is true, then it knows the entire or statement will be true without bothering to check the right hand side.
Long winded explanation:
if A: # is obj valid?
  if B: # do a check that requires obj to be valid
if A and B:

Meteor: Do import statements matter when importing meteor packages?

Tag : meteor , By : Robert M
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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