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Override console.log in for debug only, but it points to the override blocks, which is annoying
by hochi in Web Design

I am overriding my console.log to work only in debug mode like this

preservedConsoleLog = console.log
console.log = () ->
preservedConsoleLog.apply(console, arguments) if MyProject.debug

This works fine but I still have one concern. While Chrome dev tools outputs the console results, it only points to the override definition I listed above.

Actionscript 3: Why override custom event…and when to override it?
by Ed. in Programming Languages

I always have a question about override custom event. I am not sure why or what do to inside override function. I searched google but didn't get too many feedbacks. I appreciate if someone can light me up. Thanks.


My projects seem work fine even though I use my custom event without override. Anyone could explain it? Thanks.

How can i override a base class's == operator, so the override gets called
by Leo in Programming Languages

With code like the following

public class Task
string Name;
public static bool operator ==(Task t1, Task t2)
{ return t1.Name = t2.Name && t1.GetType() == t2.GetType(); }
public class TaskA : Task
int aThing;
public static bool operator ==(TaskA t1, TaskA t2)
return (Task)t1 == (Task)t2 &

How to override (not the OOP override) the output of System.out.print()?
by KM. in Programming Languages

Is there a way I can override the System.out.print()'s output.
Here is what I am trying to do ?
System.out.print("A B C D E F G H I J K L");
Will print : A B C D E F G H I J K L

Now I want to write a method which overrides this output from a specific position. Something like,
override(7, "X Y Z");
Should output me,

Override Get, But Not Set
by mikk in Programming Languages

I have an abstract class that defines a get, but not set, because as far as that abstract class is concerned, it needs only a get.

public abstract BaseClass
public abstract double MyPop

However, in some of the derive class, I need a set property, so I am looking at this imp

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How to Override an H2 Tag
by erlang in Computers
Hypertext markup language, or HTML, is the basic language for coding websites. The code includes multiple tags that tell a web browser how to present information. The H2 tag tells a browser to present the text between the tags as a sub-header. Some HTML content-management systems have embedded tags for consistent formatting. If this formatting doesn't suit a particular application, you can tempor
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How to Override a GPS
by Gurpreet Singh in Electronics
When traveling with the assistance of a GPS unit, situations do arise when you, as the driver, know the route better than the device. In these instances you may want to delete the current route or override the navigation system. Most GPS devices allow you to override the GPS during a trip so you can maintain the desired route instead of listening to the navigation device's wrong directions.Difficu
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How to Override a Cat C7
by Stuka in Cars
Cat C7 engines are made by Caterpillar for use in a number of its own vehicles. Because the Cat C7 engine, like any other engine, may suffer from intermittent malfunctions, an override feature was installed to automatically shut down the engine if a problem occurs. The override, or "Emergency Stop" button, can be found on the Caterpillar vehicle's panel.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Tur
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How do I override div?
by Tom Arleth in Web Design

I have this div as part of an include fine:

.connier {
text-align: left;
padding-top: 5px;
padding-bottom: 10px;
padding-left: 10px;

and use it thus:

<div id="connier">
<!--#include virtual="/cover/cover.asp" -->
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How to override Contains()?
by php in Programming Languages

The Contains(...) method for string is case-sensitive. I'd like to override it in order to make it case-INsensitive with the following code (which is stolen from here):

public static bool Contains(this string source, string toCheck, StringComparison comp)
return source.IndexOf(toCheck, comp) >= 0;

However, I don't know w

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