How to Sort After Position a Product Collection?

Ok so you are talking about sorting and not filtering.To do so you can use the setOrder method:

1. Is collection object better being immutable? [closed]

I think it's easier to reason about an object that does not change state once initialized. For example value objects are pretty easy to reason about. Assign a value and query for properties. This is not always possible and I do not think it's a big deal, but it adds a level of complexity. Your methods might rely on a consistent internal state which is easier to break if your object keeps changing.If you need go for an object that frequently changes state, the methods that change the state should be limited and documented. Limit your use of setters and prefer methods that "takes care of an action".If complexity arise some further extraction might be needed, your Factory or something else, but I would not generalize the rule, I would judge case by case if the overhead actually solves a real problem.I would not worry about performance until I have a performance problem.

2. I have a huge porcelain antique doll collection from the past 50 years, how can I find the value of them?

there are many books out there that will help you,also antique dealers but that might be a bad idea,take them to a cerified antique appraiser, best of luck

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How many hours a day do you spend on the site and what time(s) of day does it typically occur?

4. Can charities call collection agencies?

No. Collection agencies collect debts. A pledge to donate to a charitable organization is not a debt, but a gratuitous promise. If you required the charity to do something in return--say you told the charity if they honor you with a plaque and a banquet dinner, you will donate one hundred thousand dollars to their charity, and they do so--then you have an enforceable contract to pay them the one hundred thousand dollars. However, when you make a gratuitous promise to a charity, they can legally enforce the promise if they relied on it to their detriment. For example, you promise a scholarship fund that you will donate one hundred thousand dollars. In reliance on this, they offer additional scholarships that they would not otherwise have been able to afford. You must pay them at least the amount they promised to additional scholars in reliance on your promise. No collection agency would buy a "debt" resulting from an unpaid charitable pledge. Collection agencies generally buy accounts, or work for a percentage of what they collect. This would be working for free, and collection agencies are not in business to work for free.

5. I am trying to validate debt with a collection agency?

Obviously, the X's are for security purposes, and I can not help you after that

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Suppose there was a member of our community who writes good questions and answers, but who also shows a distinct lack of patience and respect for certain hermeneutical approaches. Perhaps they do not accept source criticism, or they reject traditional authorial ascriptions. Perhaps they can not stand esoteric or Kabbalistic approaches. Perhaps they oppose any Christological readings of the Hebrew Bible. They may not reach the line of objectively offensive, but they are quick to say that others are wrong or their posts are nonsense. What would you do with such a member (especially if you would frequently agree that the posts they critique are nonsense)?.

7. Add to My Mac Collection?

I would suggest the 181 would be good with studio fix powder. I rec getting satin taupe. IT IS AMAZING, and it goes great in the crease with a lot of colors you probably already have. A lot of youtube gurus also use it in their tutorials, so you can get some ideas from threre. It is a really unique color. I also think MAC Fix plus and MSF natural are great additions to your collection.

8. How many Nickelback records are in your CD collection?

-1 Having zero was not good enough for me, so I broke my sister's copy. Now I owe her Silver Side Up, making my grand total negative one copies.

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Why Don't Security Services (like Garda's Money Collection People) Have to Conceal Their Handguns?
They are not police, true; however, they are legally armed security officers, and because they move large amounts of money, they are occasionally attacked by those wishing to take that money. At a WalMart in Washington state. in a robbery master-minded by a cashier, the shooter walked up behind the guard and shot him in the back of the head. No demand for the money or anything, just a cold-blooded execution. I am sure if I researched, I could find enough similar instances to let you realize why armored car guards are armed. It is to protect the security guards in the event of a hold up attempt1. car accident with no insurance. collection agency wants me to pay?The main uplifting news here is that they said that they may take legitimate activities. They normally do not say that in the event that its actual. Since they said that they may do it, they likely are not going to do it. On the off chance that they were going to do it, then they likely would not have cautioned you2. When do we need to add content inside for Java Collection?For the left hand side of assignments you need to specify the generic types. For the right hand side however you can use the diamond operator "" IF YOU HAVE JAVA 7 or newer.See here for a small motivation:Why Use Generics?In a nutshell, specifying generic types makes your programs more safe (in terms of security, but most of all in terms of stability). The inconvenience that you had to type a lot of stuff inside the braces is now partly gone because you can just use "" on the right hand side of assignments.Do not do stuff like "new HashMap()", do it so: "HashMap map = new HashMap()". You can also use interfaces in your variable declaration and you should whenever you can, so the best way would be: "Map map = new HashMap()". If you do not use Java 7, or better 8, yet, switch. The new features introduced there make your life easier, especially Java 8's stream API and lambda functions3. Why there is not "the" instead of "a": "It requires A thirty-minute drive to the nearest collection box"?Why there is not "the" instead of "a": "It requires 'a' thirty-minute drive to the nearest collection box"?The drive that is being referenced is just one of many 30-minute drives that are possible; therefore "a," not "the."4. If one were writing the next Indiana Jones movie, what would Indy be seeking to add to his Museum collection?I would like to first answer the subtitle of your question, namely "where should the franchise head next?"...:I think there exists a fantastic opportunity to develop a truly "transmedia" property, which could learn from such disparate things as Will Wright's "Bar Karma", geocaching, Kit Williams's seminal book "Masquerade", and the still as yet unrealized promise of social engagement and crowd-sourcing.For better or worse, few properties are so fully developed in the collective consciousness of the consumer population as successful film franchises: we know the central characters intimately, the likely plot points, the requisite twists, and so much more about the mythology of a successful franchise of films. The result is a springboard for our fullest possible immersion, to a degree that most other brands could not confidently engage upon. We feel empowered to participate as more than just an audience, even if the means do not exist to realize and manifest this sense of empowerment. Just take a look at Ken Miyamoto's comprehensive and inspiring pitch, Jon Mixon's tangential but nevertheless compelling "alternative" concepts, and even Rodrigo Estrada Gil's critical satire. These could not have been developed in the absence of multidimensional, fully realized worlds, characters, and through lines. All that's missing is us.3D film-making is not the savior of the entertainment industry that it has been touted to be, IMHO. It is a stop gap gimmick: at best mildly compelling when used in service of the story (Avatar), at worst a messy device to overlay less than powerful content with a veneer of " a little sumethin' else", but most of the time little more than a flashy (and often dizzying) gimmick, designed not so much to enrich the story, but to justify an increase in ticket prices, and add an unneeded spice to the recipe of storytelling. (Oversimplification warning, simply to make a point) Stories used to be told by a griot, around a fire. Then the listeners began to act out the story, and theatre was born. Then came film, then TV, and the participation of the audience was eschewed, in favor of their acquiescence. The Internet, social media, mobile apps, WiFi, games, and other emerging modes of content creation and distribution have brought the process full circle, and the audience is once more moving toward the warm center of the story circle, participants once more in the telling of the story, first by extending the story across platforms and media, and now - quite possibly - by becoming contributors to the core story itself.Indy hunts a mythical treasure. Why not take a page (or several) from "Masquerade" by Kit Williams, a book that inspired a nation to go treasure hunting? Put an actual item of treasure somewhere extremely well hidden, somewhere in the world. Develop a story line that has crowd-sourced aspects (taking a cue from "Bar Karma", and learning from what worked and what could be improved upon in that production). Intersperse certain necessary story line milestones. Produce long form episodic content, incorporating user-generated plot points, characters, as well as professionally developed and existing characters and plot points. Add a parallel dimension to the experience, extrapolating from the storyline clues as to where this treasure might lie, incorporating video captured on mobile devices by fans, and other content. Use these content and story "uploads" to develop the next chapters in the adventure, always controlling the revelation of clues, so that the treasure cannot be found too soon. The layers of storytelling richness, cross-platform immersion, multichannel distribution, brand expansion, and audience engagement are almost infinite. The revenue generation possibilities are also multifarious. The undertaking would be monumental, but it could - if undertaken with equal measures of ambition, open-mindedness, creativity, and humility - finally help the entertainment industry evolve its business model and open the story circle once more to include one and all.
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