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The use of Stacks in C#

, 5 Jan 2007 CPOL
Using a stack to manage priorities
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punchcardRay
Web Developer
United States United States
Raymond Doubleday is a Software Engineer at a major financial institution. He is currently working on C# / SQL applications to support the operation of their credit card division. He has been developing software for a very, very long time, hence his screen name punchcardRay. He has developed several commercial applications and was the CTO for a web development company before coming to his present position.
He is an Adjunct Professor for the University of Maine teaching Introduction to Programming using C# and Database design using MySQL among other courses.
He has written seven technical books while employed by the DOD and has over 30 technical articles to his credit, all classified.
Mr. Doubleday is also a registered Patent Agent specializing in the Software and Electrical Engineering Arts.
Among his outside interests are Woodworking, running, and Sherlock Holmes. A former Scoutmaster and a registered Maine Guide he enjoys the time he gets in the Maine NorthWoods camping and hiking with his wife Jamie.

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