|Related to : Initialization of a reference versus initialization of an object|
|Initialization of object is taking longer than constructor of the object: Java|
You have lots of static blocks in your code, read more about static
Static blocks are executed when the class is loaded, the class can
have any number of static blocks and all are called in the order they
appear in the code.
A static initializer declared in a class is executed when the class is
initialized (§12.4.2). Together with any field initializers for class
|NullPointerException with LWJGL 3 Initialization|
The solution is to specify an absolute path for java.library.path,
rather than a relative one.
On the LWJGL forums, there was a user with a similar problem (I found
this by searching for the problematic line and doing some hunting on
the forum). The relevant part of the conversation is:
I think I figured it out. In LWJGLUtil.java I took out some code and
ran it from
|Check for Rails in gem initialization|
I would go with:
Find the documentation for defined? here:
|initialization of two variables at the same time|
Not possible. But you can create some helper class to hold those two
variables. Or you can use some out-of-the-box, like Tuple:
var variable = string.IsNullOrEmpty(time) ? Tuple.Create(string.Empty,
and then access those two values as variable.Item1 and variable.Item2.
Note: Use it wisely as variables ar
|ASP.NET MVC MiniProfiler and EntityFramework 6 Initialization|
Turns out that this may be related to versions and ids.
If you install MiniProfiler.EntityFramework6 without installing the
other packages, nuget will handle the dependencies, but it puts the
wrong #s in the web.config here (make sure the version number is
publicKeyToken="b44f9351044011a3" culture="neutral" />