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Comments by Morten Nilsen (Top 6 by date)

Morten Nilsen at 22-Dec-10 5:24am View
   
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Why are you talking about C++?
The code is C#!
Morten Nilsen at 21-Dec-10 6:40am View
   
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I have taken in account the fault mentioned in "Alternate 2" and moved the permanent bits out of the function for efficiency.
Morten Nilsen at 21-Dec-10 6:32am View
   
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I expect it is the - in the first group.. changing it to [-+*/] should hopefully work.
Morten Nilsen at 26-Nov-10 3:12am View
   
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Here is the relevant section in the CSS3 specification: http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-text/#text-overflow
Opera supports the property with a vendor-prefix; -o-text-overflow
Given that this is not supported by all major browsers as of yet, be careful about relying on it too heavily.
Morten Nilsen at 23-Nov-10 3:25am View
   
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Well, it doesn't all have to be new.. Just trying to help newcomers here :)
Morten Nilsen at 22-Nov-10 10:16am View
   
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I am also wondering if maybe it would be worth while to simply forgo the dictionary and use a switch statement as I don't really see what benefits we gain from this approach.. a switch should be better in terms of performance, I think .. unless the complier optimizes the dictionary away, of course..

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