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Solidity News Wednesday, March 14 Medium-term pension fund, Executes payment calculation, Contract & more…

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  • RootProject is a crowdfunding platform for social projects powered by a crypto currency.
  • Smart Contract II: PensionFundRelease – the medium-term pension fund, as described in the RootProject whitepaper.
  • The contract freezes funds for a custom period of time, and releases funds continously after the approval of validators.
  • Generates a vote for the fund to release or burn, and it’s justification.
  • Released – – To run the test, execute the following commands from the project’s root folder: – – All smart contracts are open source and distributed under the GNU GPL v.3

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  • External calls may execute malicious code in that contract or any other contract that it depends upon.
  • Whether using raw calls (of the form ) or contract calls (of the form ), assume that malicious code might execute.
  • On the other hand, contract calls (e.g., ) will automatically propagate a throw (for example, will also if throws).
  • Interfaces also have limitations such as not being able to access storage or inherit from other interfaces which generally makes abstract contracts more practical.
  • Contract users (and auditors) should be aware of the full smart contract source code of any application they intend to use.

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  • Since I personally like to use Sublime, following are the steps to add Solidity language syntax on Sublime text editor.
  • Step 1: Install PackageControlsPackage Control is a package manager for Sublime Text 2, 3.
  • View – Show ConsolePaste the following code in the console and hit return – import urllib.request,os,hashlib; h = + pf = ‘Package Control.sublime-package’; ipp = urllib.request.install_opener( urllib.request.build_opener( urllib.request.ProxyHandler()) ); by = urllib.request.urlopen( ‘’ + pf.replace(‘ ‘, ‘%20’)).
  • write(by)Step 2: Restart Sublime and InstallPackageRestart Sublime after Package Control installation.
  • Open the Package Control by: – Cmd + Shift + PType Install and choose: – Package Control: Install PackageWait a few seconds before Sublime gives options of packages to install.

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