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Matthew Dennis at 8-Aug-14 14:49pm View
   
True enough. However, Console Apps work fine, as the output gets thrown away. Just don't try and read from the Console :)
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 13:56pm View
   
Despite the fact that the async/await pattern was specifically created to address the complexity and non-scalablity of Threaded programming for IO bound code?
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 13:41pm View
   
You obviously don't understand how Async works. When an async method awaits a Task, the Thread is made available for use for the execution of other Tasks. This means that each Thread will execute multiple Tasks and will scale better. If you just spin up a new Thread for each chunk of work you will end up creating and time-slicing a large number of threads, each of which has an overhead in terms of memory and CPU.
This is shown in MS examples that have a web site using 5000 Threads for a certain level of concurrent user access, while the async version of the same site will only need 50 Threads and a lot less memory/CPU making the system much more scalable.
I personally find the async/await code much easier to write and read, but it does take a certain level of study and experimentation until you reach the 'Eureka' moment and it all makes sense.
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 12:31pm View
   
and another test
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 12:22pm View
   
Debug verification
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 12:21pm View
   
because I was stepping through the code. Expect some notifications while I work on this. I think I've found the issue and need to verify it.
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 12:07pm View
   
Now with the debugger attached ...
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 11:48am View
   
Just to drive me crazy, I bet you get the notification AND email for this.
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 11:47am View
   
Thanks, looks like I've got some more code reading to do. Might be a bug in the caching that is affecting determining whether the user has permitted emails and if their email address is confirmed and the confirmation has not expired.
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 11:32am View
   
The email should be working, but I only got the emails for the Solution and the Comment on the question. Did you get any emails.
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 11:30am View
   
And I have my expected 7 :). I tweaked a few conditionals that might have resulted in some notification not being sent. I hope this works now :)
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 11:28am View
   
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And I have my expected 7 :). I tweaked a few conditionals that might have resulted in some notification not being sent. I hope this works now :)
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 11:26am View
   
I checked the database and you have 3 Notifications, not including this one, which is what I expect. :)
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 11:23am View
   
Here is a reply to your comment instead of talking to myself.
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 11:22am View
   
That would do it, I explicitly don't send notifications to people who are talking to themselves :)
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 11:14am View
   
And I got the email for this, I hope you get both
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jul-14 11:14am View
   
I got the email for this
Matthew Dennis at 11-Jul-14 12:36pm View
   
Well I got that notification. It appears I 'just' have an issue with Comments :(
Matthew Dennis at 11-Jul-14 11:54am View
   
I appears to be a problem with comments. I got notifications for the replies to my comments in the solution but not to my comments in the Question.
 
Could you post another answer. Thanks
Matthew Dennis at 11-Jul-14 11:09am View
   
That looks like a different issue than the one I fixed. More code spelunking is in my future.
Matthew Dennis at 11-Jul-14 11:04am View
   
I got both the notification and the email for this.
Thanks for the help.
Matthew Dennis at 11-Jul-14 11:03am View
   
Thanks for the assistance
Matthew Dennis at 11-Jul-14 11:01am View
   
I at got a notification and an email :)
Matthew Dennis at 11-Jul-14 11:00am View
   
It looks like its working. I got an email, at least for the solution.
Matthew Dennis at 15-Jun-14 16:58pm View
   
All this code does is reverse the order of the elements in the array. A simple O(N) operation.
Matthew Dennis at 11-Jun-14 22:18pm View
   
Please try again. I works for me.
What browser, and OS are you using?
Matthew Dennis at 4-Feb-14 11:25am View
   
It's not a solution, just another way to do it.
Matthew Dennis at 3-Feb-14 18:01pm View
   
Why did you flag the question as Unclear or Incomplete? It seems very clear to me what he is asking.
Matthew Dennis at 3-Feb-14 15:35pm View
   
You could also do
string u = "...";
drpdwn.datasource = context.DB.SUB_HEAD.Where(x => x.head_code == u).ToList();
Matthew Dennis at 20-Jan-14 16:45pm View
   
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Test message -- Ignore
Matthew Dennis at 10-Jan-14 16:53pm View
   
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Test Comment
Matthew Dennis at 25-Aug-13 12:49pm View
   
Did you check the trash bin for the file?
Matthew Dennis at 21-Aug-13 19:14pm View
   
Not SEO friendly. The URL should include something that describes what the URL is about.
Google will find it if there is a link to that URL on some page that it indexes.
Matthew Dennis at 11-Feb-13 11:09am View
   
try searching for ASP.NET Membership
http://www.codeproject.com/search.aspx?q=asp.net+membership&sbo=kw&x=0&y=0
Matthew Dennis at 18-Oct-11 19:55pm View
   
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I used an array of ints of 5 digit length as the product would be 10 digits or less, the max on the machine we were using. Then iteratively multiplied the array by the each number and 'normalized' the array items to 5 digits. See my alternate below on using the BigInteger class.
Matthew Dennis at 18-Oct-11 19:30pm View
   
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I had an assignment in university to calculate 72!, all 100 digits of it. Most of the class blew their account limits with infinite loops and other errors.
Matthew Dennis at 19-Jun-11 14:36pm View
   
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Matthew Dennis at 16-May-11 15:17pm View
   
And how much are you willing to pay?
Matthew Dennis at 2-Sep-10 18:56pm View
   
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Matthew Dennis at 3-Aug-10 11:17am View
   
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Reason for my vote of 5
test vote
Matthew Dennis at 3-Aug-10 11:17am View
   
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Reason for my vote of 3
test vote
Matthew Dennis at 8-Jun-10 11:46am View
   
Is this a Windows Forms Application or a WebForms Application? If Windows Forms, you will need to host the browser to display the HTML as you want.
Matthew Dennis at 29-May-10 11:16am View
   
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this is a test comment
Matthew Dennis at 27-May-10 16:21pm View
   
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test
Matthew Dennis at 24-May-10 12:40pm View
   
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test
Matthew Dennis at 22-May-10 19:30pm View
   
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You might want to check out the Reactive Extensions for .Net (or JavaScript). Any IEnumerable can be turned into an Observable collection. See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/devlabs/ee794896.aspx.
There are also a number of Blogs about it. Also Channel9 has several videos.
Matthew Dennis at 18-May-10 22:06pm View
   
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this is a test
Matthew Dennis at 17-May-10 16:51pm View
   
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Matthew Dennis at 17-May-10 13:08pm View
   
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test to see iff the spaces get mangled.
Matthew Dennis at 13-May-10 7:19am View
   
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test "test";)
Matthew Dennis at 13-May-10 7:19am View
   
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test
Matthew Dennis at 12-May-10 17:13pm View
   
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A test comment; alskfjslfkj
Matthew Dennis at 10-May-10 10:40am View
   
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This is a test for a commenting issue, ignore.
Matthew Dennis at 6-May-10 9:37am View
   
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Matthew Dennis at 6-May-10 9:36am View
   
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Testing Comment
Matthew Dennis at 4-May-10 16:12pm View
   
a test comment

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