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    what "NB" stands for?

    Hello, there:
    seemed it's a silly question, but sometime when I read the code's comments, I came cross "NB" very often, so what is it standing for?

    thank you guys,



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    Re: what "NB" stands for?

    Can you post one of those comments so that we can see what you mean?


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    Re: what "NB" stands for?

    Hi,

    If the code has been generated by the wizard, please show us that line of code so that we can identify it.

    Or if a programmer has written it , he might just have meant NOTE BELOW . I use it too to indicate certain remarks for important functions or complex calculations and i write the notes below the function.

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    Re: what "NB" stands for?

    NB means Nasty Bug, be very careful when you see it :-)


    TRUE and FALSE and NOTHING in between. These are the only three building blocks of all computer languages.

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    Re: what "NB" stands for?

    N.B. = Noto Bene latin for "important note" could be could be a bug but it's important what ever it is.


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