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Posted: 30 May 2007   Updated: 30 May 2007   Views: 349,711   Rating: 4.70/5    Votes: 69   Popularity: 8.63
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A simple description and sample of creating a global low level keyboard hook in C#

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Posted: 5 Jun 2009   Updated: 5 Jun 2009   Views: 7,255   Rating: 4.50/5    Votes: 4   Popularity: 2.71
Licence: The MIT License      Bookmarked: 23   Downloaded: 0
Using Expressions for Fun and Profit
Posted: 5 Jun 2009   Updated: 5 Jun 2009   Views: 12,005   Rating: 3.91/5    Votes: 5   Popularity: 2.73
Licence: The MIT License      Bookmarked: 11   Downloaded: 0
System.Xml.Linq is a great library, it lets us very easily manipulate XML, in very close fashion to how we would interact with other data sources. My only issue is that it tends to seem a little redundant...
Posted: 5 Jun 2009   Updated: 7 Jun 2009   Views: 16,333   Rating: 4.25/5    Votes: 3   Popularity: 2.03
Licence: The MIT License      Bookmarked: 13   Downloaded: 0
So, I was curious today, I had some code that used dynamic and was wondering what the heck the compiler was doing on the back end. So, I wrote up a very small test program, and tore into it using Reflector. The version of Reflector I used still only decompiles to C# 3, so it [...]
Posted: 5 Jun 2009   Updated: 7 Jun 2009   Views: 26,544   Rating: 4.60/5    Votes: 2   Popularity: 1.38
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Alright, let’s assume that we are lazy coders, we have building a lot of Linq queries lately, and it’s getting repetitive. We keep having to remember to add a certain where clause to every query, couldn’t we just abstract this somehow?
Posted: 8 Oct 2009   Updated: 8 Oct 2009   Views: 6,735   Rating: 4.50/5    Votes: 2   Popularity: 1.35
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This class makes every field, property, or method on the wrapped object visible when using it as a dynamic.
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Posted: 26 Oct 2009   Updated: 26 Oct 2009   Views: 9,980   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 4   Popularity: 3.01
Licence: The MIT License      Bookmarked: 3   Downloaded: 0
I’ve been reading on F# a bit, and came across it’s ability to do tail call recursion. Tail recursion as defined by Wikipedia:In computer science, tail recursion (or tail-end recursion) is a special case of recursion in which the last operation of the function, the tail call, is a recursive call. S
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StormySpike
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I currently work as a Software Engineer for a company in North Carolina, mainly working with C#.


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