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и had to sing the music of this console game

to that of what we saw in the Super Mario Bros 3 arcade game

I read every one of these comments and I’d say, you should have spelled out your question a little better, but I can’t say I’m surprised that it was so difficult to understand, you asked the question in a way that made the context very clear.


Cloud firestore and a database

It may be a kind of noob question but I couldn’t find anything in the docs.
I’m building a chat app using firebase/firestore and I have 2 options for persistance.

On client side as a database in the firestore, so the application updates it and syncs the data when the app is closed and I get data again when the app is launched again.


on client side as a firestore database with the data synced with server every time I launch the app. I’m not sure this is the good solution.

If I use the first option, is it possible that the data gets saved but when I relaunch the app, the database is empty. I don’t use the realtime database because I don’t want to save data every time a new message is posted.


You should read the docs:

realtime database (better for realtime, but not all features),

firestore (non-realtime storage, but better for syncing with server, but not all features).

Based on what you’re saying it sounds like you already understand the different features of each storage type, and the services provided by firebase for each storage type. However, you didn’t mention any of this in your question.
There’s another big difference with Firestore, and this is something you should have mentioned in your question. With other databases, there’s a distinction between local/managing, and remote. In the realtime database, local and remote are the same thing. In Firestore they’re not, and the distinction can be a bit confusing at first.
Firebase will actually tell you what your options are, and will let you set them to the correct type:

On the Browse tab of the Firestore



I would recommend casting your string to a file and checking its size.
string s = “”;
if (!file.Exists(@”C:\temp\file.ext”))
if (!file.Create(@”C:\temp\file.ext”))
throw new InvalidOperationException(“File creation failed”);

using (var sr = new StreamReader(file.OpenRead()))
s = sr.ReadToEnd();

if (s.Length == 0)
throw new InvalidOperationException(“The file does not exist”);

if (!file.Exists(@”C:\temp\file.ext”))
throw new InvalidOperationException(“File creation failed”);

int fileSize = file.Length;

if (s.Length == 0)
throw new InvalidOperationException(“The file does not exist”);

if (fileSize!= s.Length)
throw new InvalidOperationException(“File size do not match”);


In my case, the issue was that another process was writing in the file, and my content was lost. The solution was to check the File.Exists() and only create the file if it doesn’t exist (i.e. to avoid content loss, in case another process is writing).

Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords

Apeiron Press

Will the Exile once again battle the Sith? Will our heroes be separated? Find out in this exciting sequel.

KOTORII is currently in the testing phase with Apeiron Press. We hope to have it out to our publishers very soon.

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System requirements

Hard Drive Space: 30Mb

Sound: DirectX 7 (On Windows 2000/XP or Vista)

Screen Resolution: 1024×768

RAM: 256MB


Replay – The game is replayable. With the in-game save feature, the player can choose to continue either the campaign or a mission from the last save point. All continues are saved automatically once the player chooses to save, and the game can be saved as often as desired. Replay mode allows the player to reset the game immediately, eliminating any time spent collecting items, or making choices for that matter. The


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