TRUE, if bool x FALSE how can I force if x to evaluate developing for Ios

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asked Mar 11, 2016 by Delle_Ever (630 points) 1 flag
This is something of obtuse question, but I'm trying to write unit tests for following method:+ (BOOL)alwaysTrue:(NSError **)error { BOOL alwaysFalse = FALSE; if (alwaysFalse) {

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answered Mar 20, 2016 by Bleimehl_b (1,480 points)

Thereby, an attacker could not lead brute force attacks on the PIN value.
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answered May 12, 2016 by BakkalaMig (310 points)
I believe that this is the specific answer to your question. I found this, hope it helps CompareValidator.EvaluateIsValid Method (System.Web.UI ...
commented May 13, 2016 by carbine (140 points)
I have met this problem recently. It will fix your problem
commented May 13, 2016 by hornbr (230 points)
I wonder if this might cause more problems in this day and age. Corresponding android documentation is here and here
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answered May 13, 2016 by Demarse (140 points)
See PHP: isset - Manual for a set of tools to handle this
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answered May 19, 2016 by Hembry (260 points)
Interesting example here Merge pull request #7697 from unknownbrackets/texcache ... it exactly what you need

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