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has 80 questions, and has 11 questions. I propose to merge them together into as they mean the same.

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This tag seems quite useless IMO... It should be retagged into dynamic or maybe instance, as it's entirely ambiguous as to whether it refers to data or the scope of a method. – Richard J. Ross III Jan 2 '13 at 14:55
I don't see it that useless, as it is specific reference for a type method or property – w0rldart Jan 2 '13 at 14:59
no, it is useless, as it's not a type of method, its the exclusion of a modifier on a method. In that case, instance-method should be used, not 'nonstatic'. – Richard J. Ross III Jan 2 '13 at 15:01
@RichardJ.RossIII That's your point of view, and I respect it! So, there for we shall wait and see what the rest of the community has to say about this, as well as the moderators. – w0rldart Jan 2 '13 at 15:03
Eh, non-static and dynamic don't mean the same thing, so... – Robert Harvey Jan 2 '13 at 16:17
Actually "dynamic" means almost nothing. At least the way it's used in many questions. "How do I choose an item from a list dynamically?", "How can I compare two dynamic values?" ... in that (common) type of question, the word can be removed entirely.</rant> – Joachim Sauer Jan 2 '13 at 16:51
@JoachimSauer Maybe there is an expert of dynamics. ;) – kiamlaluno Jan 2 '13 at 16:54

It are only 11 questions, so I just spent one little minute on manually editing the tags. If the isn't used anymore by end of day, it'll be removed.

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