Even if you PAID us to do it, we couldn´t. There is no specification whatsoever.
Alternitavely you can wait until telepathy is possible in which case we can read your mind and know what your talking about.
As you have a method with an object, and a method that is accepting a generic, unless you actually specify object as your type, your code will resolve to the generic. You can think of this as being because the string is a more specialized type than an object, so while it is derived from object, it is NOT of type object. So, if you want to call the first method, you would do:
It's a really bad idea to do this for exactly the reason you describe here: it's totally unobvious which of those two methods will be called in what context. (I think Pete is right, I think the first will be called if and only if the parameter has a compile time static type of object and not a subclass, but that's confusing and unclear.)
Moving into more design-oriented roles where you are in charge of higher level abstraction rather than being the code monkey with the typewriter is about knowledge and skill, not time spent bashing keys. So you should develop skills, pick up knowledge and demonstrate within your project teams that you are capable, so you have some design and architecture experience to stick on your CV when you start hawking yourself as a consultant.
I have some CSV files that i import and place in Datatables, from there i need to make a comparison of the rows, case is that some of them are really big files so i have to make a lot of iterations which results in a really really bad performance, does anyone have an idea of what can i do to improve the performance? i did some filters but still same result. I´m kind a new in this please help me. :(
I sounds like you are using the datatable in c#, a very expensive construct, either change it to a List<> or even better move the data to a database and do the heavy lifting in there using stored procedures.
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